September 27th, 2016

The Loan That Killed the American Dream | Stated Income Loan

Here’s a question I am asked on a regular basis: When is the housing market going to crash (again)?

Let’s answer that by talking about the STATED INCOME LOAN – This loan destroyed the economy 10 years ago. It single-handedly killed the American dream for an entire generation – many of whom are still struggling with the fallout to this day. It began as an attractive loan product for self-employed people to qualify for a mortgage and immediately exploded in popularity because it created billions in short-term profits for investors, homeowners, lenders, loan officers and, most importantly, the Wall Street financiers whose firms bankrolled the whole thing. Wall Street was so happy with the stated income loan that they started to tweak and manipulate the loan product so they could offer it to a larger audience of potential borrowers.

The American Dream San Diego

The stated income loan went from being a niche product for self-employed borrowers to something that was being made available to everyone. Because it was now easier than ever to qualify for a stated income loan, lenders went into overdrive pushing it on unsuspecting borrowers – “Don’t worry about the paperwork, let’s just wrap this loan up today, get it funded and you will have your equity by next Wednesday!” Millions of people were using this loan to purchase real estate on the assumption home values would continue to increase. Getting a stated income loan was an easy and convenient method for homeowners to cash out, pay off debt, buy a boat, remodel their home. It was the cash register for anyone needing a few extra dollars in their pocket.

Note: Roland E. Arnall created Ameriquest Mortgage, the company reputed to have created stated income loans. Read about his history, involvement in politics and connection with the Bush administration. I know many of you hate government oversight but when you have people in powerful positions making decisions based on personal profit, you have to: (1) Question their sincerity and (2) ask how such a blatant conflict-of-interest was allowed to take place at the highest levels of politics.

So why am I going on about a loan product that hardly exists today? Because I am hearing more and more people talk about the bubble bursting soon on the current housing market. I am also hearing rumblings about the stated income loan coming back.

According to data available we are just about back to where home values were 10 years ago. We have had a steady increase in home values for the last 7 years. What is the difference between today and 10 years ago? The stated income loan does not exist like it once did. There is a stated income loan but it is only available for people that are self-employed and it usually requires 30% down payment or equity.

With no stated income loan available for homeowners over the last 8 years, we have a market full of owners that have used real income to qualify and purchase their home. There’s a HUGE difference in the fundamentals of this market compared to 10 years ago. You can’t compare this market to the previous market. Yes, we will see the market cool off because the income earned by individuals can only qualify to purchase so much property. We may also see regions of this country affected by layoffs or local issues in the economy. What we do not expect to see is the entire country’s real estate sector wiped out like we did before. The foundation that this housing market is standing on is so much more stable compared to 10 years ago.

In order to continue the cycle of increased home sales and rising home prices you need more homeowners to use the equity they have accumulated over the last 8 years to purchase larger homes with higher down payments – and we aren’t seeing those move-up buyers like we did 10 years ago. Why? Because the lack of availability of the stated income loan makes it harder to qualify for a new loan. Another reason could be that the housing crash from 10 years ago is still fresh in many homeowners’ minds and they’re more conservative when it comes to blowing their savings on a newer, larger home – an extra bedroom or larger backyard may not be worth the risk.

July 25th, 2016

Five Ugly Celebrity Homes

Social media and reality TV have shown us a glimpse of the inner lives of the rich and famous – champagne wishes, caviar dreams and all that. We’ve become intimately familiar with celebrities and business elites whose palatial estates cost tens of millions of dollars and require a small army of workers to maintain. The hefty monthly expenditures on on upkeep and taxes alone is enough to make anyone blush.

When you come right down to it, the one percent are just like you and me. They put their pants on one leg at a time, go through the same daily frustrations and challenges in life, and some also have hideous taste in architecture – just like regular people!

Here are five ugly, gaudy or just plain weird celebrity homes:


1. Spaceship House – Naomi Campbell / Vladislav Doronin


Built by billionaire Russian property tycoon Vladislav Doronin for his then-fiancée, supermodel Naomi Campbell, this futuristic residence looks like something straight out of Star Trek. Designed by renowned architect Zaha Hadid, this angular glass and concrete monstrosity took years to build and can be found in the resort town of Barvikha just outside Moscow.


2. Airport Mansion – John Travolta


When he’s not busy acting, John Travolta is something of an airplane geek in his spare time. An accomplished private pilot with extensive flight experience and a commercial pilot’s license, Travolta owns a fleet of five aircraft including a Boeing 707 commercial jet airliner – all of which he pilots himself.

North of Ocala, Florida lies the little settlement of Jumbolair. Officially titled Jumbolair Aviation Estates, the community bills itself as the “…gold standard for residential aviation communities.” Essentially this is a luxury residential community with its own private airport facilities, including a 1.4 mile runway that leads directly to your front door. Travolta’s 6,400 square foot mansion with attached airplane hangar is located here.


3. Wacky Desert Wonderland – Penn Jillette


Magician Penn Jillette fell in love with this little bit of Las Vegas real estate back in the 1990’s. The property initially featured a single two story building with an A-frame design. Over the years Penn started buying up land around the building expanding his property from a few thousand square feet to a 10 acre compound. He then proceeded to fill his ten acres with a cornucopia of weird and colorful structures that ended up resembling a toddler’s attempt at building a Lego house.

As of 2015, citing pressure from the family, Penn has moved out of his colorful desert wonderland, and is actively seeking buyers.


4. Versailles, Florida – David Siegel


A monument to gaudiness and out of-control-spending, the Versailles is a 90,000 square foot mansion under construction in Windermere, Florida modeled after the Palace of Versailles in France. Commissioned by billionaire David Siegel, construction started in 2004 and stalled in 2006 with 60% of the work done. The house languished for years in its incomplete state during the Great Recession, but construction restarted in 2013 and the property is due to be fully completed by 2016. The Versailles features 14 bedrooms, 11 kitchens, 32 bathrooms, an indoor roller rink and a 2 story movie theater. It is expected to be appraised at $100 million.

The home has been featured in multiple news stories and TV exposés, and was the subject of award winning documentary 2012 The Queen of Versailles which chronicled the Siegel family’s attempts at building the mansion. The Siegels went on to sue the producers of the documentary but lost the case.


5. Gas Station Mansion, Long Island NY


Ok, so it’s not a celeb property, but we just had to include this 6 bed / 5.5 bath / 8,700 square foot Long Island property. Constructed in the 1994’s and consistently ranked as the ugliest mansion in America by Forbes, this ugly domicile has always been something of a local landmark in Lake Success, Long Island. Nicknamed ‘gas-station mansion’ for obvious reasons.


July 2nd, 2016

San Diego 4th of July 2016 Fireworks and Celebrations Schedule

Celebrate our nation’s independence in America’s Finest City! Wherever you are in San Diego, something is happening on the 4th. Be safe, have fun and have yourselves a wonderful fourth of July!


San Diego

Annual Big Bay Boom July 4 Fireworks Show

Location: Multiple Locations along San Diego Bay
Time/Price: 9:00 PM – FREE

The big one! The Big Bay Boom is the focal point of 4th of July festivities in San Diego. Fireworks will be launched from four barges on Diego Bay and can be seen from Shelter Island to Coronado Landing and everywhere in between.


Sea to Shining Sea 4th of July Fireworks

Location: SeaWorld San Diego
Time/Price: Fireworks start at 9:30 PM – Fireworks seating starts at $15

SeaWorld is celebrating the 4th of July with a special extended presentation of the “Sea to Shining Sea 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular.”


Ocean Beach 4th of July Fireworks

Location: Ocean Beach Pier at the end of Newport Ave.
Time/Price: 9:00 PM – FREE

Bundle up by the beach with your loved one and get ready for a magnificent fireworks display launched from Ocean Beach Pier.


Historic Old Town 4th of July

Location: Old Town State Historic Park

Time/Price: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM – FREE

Enjoy an old-fashioned Fourth of July with this unique event where where Old Town San Diego State Historic Park park staff and volunteers recreate how early San Diego residents would have celebrated their Independence Day. Activities include living history presentations, music, dance, demonstrations, games, period clothing and more. (No Fireworks)





Coronado Independence Day Celebration 2016

Location: Various Locations on Coronado

Time/Price: 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM – FREE

4th of July celebrations in Coronado kick off with the Crown City Classic 12km fun-run starting at 7:00am at Tidelands Park followed by Art in the Park at Spreckels Park at 8:00-9:00am and the annual Rough Water swim at 9:00am

The Coronado Annual Independence Day Parade starts at Orange Ave in 10:00am followed with more events at Spreckels park in the afternoon, including a concert that starts at 4:00pm. Finally the festivities end with a bang with Fireworks over Glorietta Bay at 9:00pm.




North Coastal

San Diego County Fair 4th of July Celebration

Location: Del Mar Fairgrounds – 2260 Jimmy Durante Boulevard, Del Mar, CA 92014

Time/Price: Starts at 9:30 AM, Fireworks at 9:00 PM – Tickets $19 for adults, $9 for seniors and under-12’s

The San Diego County Fair celebrates the nation’s birthday with a jampacked day of fun for the whole family topped off by the traditional fireworks display 9:00PM. Activities include contests, pro-wrestling matches, the Hometown Heroes Parade, guest speakers, comedy shows and more!


Fourth of July Lights Over The Cove

Location: Ellen Browning Scripps Park, 1180 Coast Boulevard, La Jolla, CA 92037

Time: Fireworks begin at 9:00 PM – FREE

Celebrate 4th of July with friends and family at La Jolla Cove! Come to beautiful Ellen Browning Scripps Park and find a spot to watch the fireworks show amid the best sunset views in San Diego.


Red, White and BOOM!

Location: LEGOLAND California – One Legoland Drive, Carlsbad, CA 92008

Time/Price: All day event, fireworks at 8:30 PM – Day Pass tickets start at $87

Independence Day fun at Legoland California. Activities for kids include water balloon toss, sack races and LEGO blocks building as well as live musical performances. 8:30 p.m. fireworks set to patriotic music. Activities included with admission to the park.


Rancho Santa Fe’s Annual 4th of July Parade & Picnic

Location: 16948 Avenida de Acacias, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92091

Time/Price: 1:00 to 3:00 PM – FREE

Rancho Santa Fe kicks off its Annual 4th of July Parade & Picnic event with with live music, food and fun. Attractions include: parade floats, clowns, face painting, fire trucks and vintage cars, picnic and a concert. (No Fireworks)


City of Oceanside Fireworks Show

Location: North of the El Corazon Senior Center, located at 3302 Senior Center Drive.

Date: July 3, 2016

Time/Price: Fireworks start at 9:00pm – FREE

Oceanside Independence Day festivities start a day early with music, food trucks and a fireworks show from 6:00pm – 9:00pm on the 3rd of July. More events as planned for 4th of July such as the Yankee Doodle Dinghy Parade at the Oceanside Yacht Club.




North Inland

Independence Day Festival & Fireworks

Location: California Center for the Arts, Escondido – 340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido, CA 92025

Time/Price: Starts at 4:00pm, Fireworks at 9:00pm – FREE

Free community event with live music. food vendors, and children’s activities and games. Festivities conclude with a special performance by Camp Pendleton’s 1st Marine Division Band and a stunning fireworks display!


Grand Tradition July 4th

Location: Grand Tradition – 220 Grand Tradition Way, Fallbrook, CA 92028

Time/Price: Starts at 4:00pm, Fireworks at 9:00pm – Admission is $35 at gate; $25 in advance; free for kids 10 and under. Garden theatre seating and dinner extra.

A 4th of July experience like no other. Enjoy a gourmet dinner buffet, dessert and theatre seats for the concert and fireworks.


Mira Mesa Fourth of July Celebration

Location: Mira Mesa Community Park, Mira Mesa Boulevard and New Salem Street, Mira Mesa

Time/Price: Fireworks at 9:00pm – FREE

The annual Mira Mesa 4th of July Parade and Family Fun Day in the Park is back for its 42nd year. Festivities being at 8:00am with a Pancake Breakfast at the Mira Mesa Senior Center followed by the Family Fun Day in the Park opens at 11:00 AM with food vendors and entertainment. The annual 4th of July Parade steps off at 11:30 AM from the corner of Mira Mesa Blvd and Greenford Drive, traveling down Mira Mesa Blvd to Camino Ruiz. Family Fun Day continues until 9:00 PM, and the Park provides a front row seat for the Fireworks Extravaganza.


An Old Fashioned Fourth of July and Fireworks

Location: Poway High School Stadium – 15500 Espola Road, Poway, CA 92064

Time/Price: 7:00pm to 10:00pm, fireworks at 9pm – Suggested $5 donation entrance fee, free for kids under 11

Bring your family and friends to Old Poway Park and celebrate our country’s independence “turn-of-the-20th-century-style”. This event will feature patriotic entertainment, gun fighting re-enactments, free crafts, and old-fashioned games. Tasty treats and train rides will be available for a nominal fee.


Rancho Bernardo’s The Spirit of the Fourth

Location: Webb Park – Avena Pl And Bernardo Center Dr, Rancho Bernardo, CA 92128

Time/Price: 7:00am to 9:30pm, fireworks at 9:00pm – FREE

Event begins at 9 a.m. with Wheels of Freedom Classic Motor Show at Webb Park, Avena Place and Bernardo Center Drive. A ceremony commemorating those who have served the country in the Armed Services is 10:45 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial Site. Festivities include patriotic pet parade and contest, magic show, games, including rubber ducky race and food vendors. Independence Day Parade begins at 3:30 p.m. Entertainment at Bernardo Heights Middle School athletic field, 12990 Lucido, kicks off at 6:30 p.m. followed by a fireworks show, “Sky Concert” at 9 p.m.


San Marcos 4th of July Celebration

Location: Bradley Park – 465 S Rancho Santa Fe Rd, San Marcos, CA 92078

Time/Price: 6:00pm to 9:00pm. Fireworks at 9pm – FREE

Festivities kick off 6 p.m. July 4 at Bradley Park, 1587 Linda Vista Drive. Free entertainment features Beta Maxx, a 1980’s show band, bouncy castles and children’s activities along with food concessions.


Scripps Ranch 4th of July Parade

Location: Scripps Ranch Hoyt Park – 10800 Canyon Lake Dr, San Diego, CA 92131

Time/Price: 10:00am to 1:00pm – FREE

As a spectator you can cheer on everyone who is in the parade. But, why not dress up as well and join in the fun? (No Fireworks)


Vista Independence Day Celebration

Location: Moonlight Amphitheatre – 1200 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista, CA 92084

Time/Price: 5:00pm to 9:00pm, fireworks at 9:00pm – Admission $5 per adult, free for children, free for active and retired military and their families

Celebrate the 4th of July in Vista at the Moonlight Amphitheatre with live music, an honorary ceremony, family fun and fireworks!


Welk Resorts Independence Day Spectacular

Location: 8860 Lawrence Welk Dr, Escondido, CA 92026

Time/Price: 4:00pm to 9:00pm – Free but registration required

Fun for the whole family this 4th of July at the Welk Resorts 2nd Annual Independence Day Spectacular. Activities include: pie throwing, carriage rides, hot dog eating contests, thrilling rides, BBQ, a fire show, Dixieland band. (No Fireworks)




East County

El Cajon 4th of July Picnic and Fireworks

Location: Kennedy Park – 1675 East Madison Avenue, El Cajon, CA 92019

Time/Price: 1:00pm to 9:30pm, fireworks at 9:00pm – FREE

The City July 4th event starts at 1:00 p.m. with food, games, prizes, kiddie train rides and more! Live musical entertainment begins at 3:00 p.m. and fireworks at 9:00 p.m. Kennedy Park is located at 1675 E. Madison Avenue. Arrive early for parking to find the best spot for your picnic and to view the fireworks!


Julian 4th of July Parade

Location: Main Street, Julian, CA 92036

Time/Price: 10:00am to 4:00pm – FREE

Julian presents a homegrown event that celebrates the town’s gold rush era history, the dedication of veterans and active duty military who serve our country, and local residents who cherish the special qualities of the little town tucked into the Cuyamaca Mountains east of San Diego. (no fireworks)


Santee Salutes

Location: Town Center Community Park East – 550 Park Center Drive, Santee, CA 92071

Time/Price: 2:30pm to 9:30pm, fireworks at 9:00pm – FREE

Rock out with live music, a patriotic ceremony, kid’s fun zone and a spectacular fireworks display at Santee Salutes!


Ramona Rotary Community Fireworks and Family Picnic

Location: 1521 Hanson Lane, Ramona, CA 92065

Time/Price: 5:30pm to 10:00pm – FREE

It’s an unforgettable experience when the skies over Ramona explode with color during the annual Ramona Rotary Community Fireworks and Family Picnic on July 4. Old Glory proudly waves, as residents take time to celebrate the Independence Day holiday. The event will feature food vendors, DJ music, and games and activities for children, welcoming several thousand residents who will enjoy relaxing with family, friends and neighbors.




South Bay

Chula Vista 4th Fest

Location: 2800 Olympic Parkway, Chula Vista, CA 91915

Time/Price: Fireworks start at 9:00pm – FREE

Fourth of July fireworks are back in Chula Vista! Free July 4th fireworks at the U.S. Olympic Training Center, set to a custom soundtrack.


National City’s 4th of July Carnival

Location: Kimball Park – D Ave & E 12th St, National City, CA 91950

Dates/Price: June 30 – July 4, 2016 – FREE

The National City Host Lions Club invite you to celebrate the 4th of July with a weekend long carnival complete with rides, games, food, fun and fireworks on the 4th of July at 9:00pm!


Independence Day Fireworks in Imperial Beach

Location: Imperial Beach Pier – 10 Evergreen Ave, Imperial Beach, CA 91932

Time/Price: Fireworks at 9:00pm – FREE

The City of Imperial Beach will be hosting a fireworks show off the Imperial Beach Pier choreographed to KYXY 96.5 along with eight other shows across San Diego County.

May 16th, 2016

Down Payment Relief For First Time San Diego Home Buyers

Home Ownership Assistance ProgramSpringboard CDFI is a nonprofit company that helps first-time home buyers in San Diego realize their dream of owning a home. Among their many services is a down payment assistance program which offers substantial loans to qualifying home buyers. Currently they offer up to $30,000 down-payment loans anywhere in California, $76,000 for first time buyers in Chula Vista and $70,000 in National City.

These plans are run in conjunction with local city and county authorities as an incentive to encourage new residents to move in and contribute to the city’s economic growth. National City funds the program with money from the Home Investment Partnerships Program, administered by the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development. Chula Vista relies a combination of HUD funds and grants from the California Department of Housing and Community Development to fund their down payment assistance program.

Qualifying requirements are steep, the program is open only to first-time home buyers who qualify for a mortgage. The homes must be bought within the city limits of the participating municipalities and the applicant’s annual household income must not exceed 80 percent of the area median income.

The down-payment loan does not need to be paid back for 30 years and has a 3 percent simple interest rate that does not compound. If the owner sells or rents the house however, the 30 year grace period disappears.

The program has proved to be successful so far with default rates less than 1 percent since the housing market recovered from the Great Recession.

If you are a prospective homebuyer put off by high down payments, there are similar programs out there for people just like you. Contact Carlos or myself and see how we can help put you on the path of home ownership.

Source: Springboard CDFI, UT San Diego

January 15th, 2016

Opportunities for San Diego in a Possible Chargers Exit

Rafael Perez San Diego Union Tribune article.

Our own Rafael Perez has an article in the San Diego Union Tribune where he discusses possible opportunities amid all the doom and gloom of the Charges leaving the city. I can’t describe it any better than Rafael already has, so please click the link below to read this article.

We have a team of agents, just like Rafael, who are all passionate and knowledgeable about living and working San Diego. Contact us and take advantage of our expertise.

November 9th, 2015

Real Estate 101 with Team Aguilar: Episode 4 – Why Agents Fail

This week’s vlog is aimed at real estate agents rather than clients. Why do some agents fail while others succeed? Watch and find out!


November 2nd, 2015

Real Estate 101 with Team Aguilar: Episode 3 – Pocket Listings Are Not Your Friend

In this week’s vlog we look at pitfalls of pocket listings and why sellers should be wary of them. Don’t let a smooth talking realtor take advantage of your lack of knowledge – educate yourself!


October 26th, 2015

Real Estate 101 with Team Aguilar: Episode 2 – Dual Agency is Bad News

In our continuing series of weekly vlogs, we tackle the tricky issue of dual agency. It’s no secret I’m no fan of dual agency; I’ve been fairly vocal about this topic.

In this video I discuss the various ethical issues that routinely crop up with dual agency and how it can cost sellers money.


October 21st, 2015

Real Estate 101 with Team Aguilar: Episode 1 – Why You Should Work with a REALTOR

Here is the first part in an ongoing series of educational real estate videos for buyers, sellers, agents and anyone interested in real estate. We will be doing weekly vlog videos about different real estate scenarios, questions and other misc things we find interesting that we want to share with you.

This week’s episode looks into the importance for sellers to work with a qualified agent, since doing so can get a significantly higher sale price for your property.

August 25th, 2015

What does $400,000 buy you in San Diego County?

According to the latest figures from SDAR, the current median price (as of August 2015) in San Diego is $555,000 for detached homes and $341,000 for attached homes. House prices rose 9% and 5% for detached and attached homes from a year ago. These prices may put prospective homebuyers off, but the reality is that there are many excellent bargains still to be had all over San Diego.

We wanted to give you a better idea of what $400,000 could buy you in San Diego County so we have put together a summary of what some of the larger communities within San Diego currently have for sale. As you can see you get a lot more for your money in certain areas of San Diego.


3615 Monair Dr #A – 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1,236 square feet – $399,000

Alpine 91909 –  3023 Victoria Drive  – 4 Bed/3 Bath, 2,487 sq ft $400,000

Bay Park – 92110 – Cheapest Active Listing $449,900 – 1121 Eureka St #4– 3 Bed/3 Bath, 1,192 square feet

Cardiff By the Sea – 92007 – Cheapest Active Listing $499,0001430 Caminito Septimo – 3 bed/3 Bath, 1,258 square feet

Carlsbad – 92010 – 2838 Winthrop Ave – 3 Bed/2 Bath, 1,362 square feet $385,000

Carmel Valley – 92130- 12695 Camino Mira Del Mar#123 – 2 Bed/2 Bath, 864 square feet $399,000

Chula Vista – 91911- 1057 Vista Way – 3 Bed/ 2 Bath, 1,025 $397,900

Clariemont – 92117- 3615 Monair Dr #A – 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1,236 square feet $399,000

Coronado – 92118 – Cheapest Active Listing $447,500 – 1106 4th #2 – Studio, 490 square feet 

4368 Georgia St #5 – 3 Bed/2 Bath, 1,000 square feet – $399,500

Del Mar – 92014 – Cheapest Active Listing $575,0002765 Caminito Eldorado – 3 Bed/3 Bath, 1,380 square feet

Downtown – 92101- 321 10th Ave #1404 – 1 Bed/1 Bath, 671 square feet  $395,000

El Cajon – 92019 – 554 3rd St – 3 Bed/2 Bath, 1,014 square feet $389,000 

Escondid0 – 92025 – 1354 Maple – 3 Bed/ 2 Bath, 1,136 square feet $379,900

Hillcrest – 92103 – 4368 Georgia St #5 – 3 Bed/2 Bath, 1,000 square feet $399,500

Imperial Beach – 91932- 1115 Emory  – 2 Bed/1 Bath 1,045 square feet $399,000

La Jolla – 92037 – 3203 Via Alicante #1 – 2 Bed/2 bath 1,074 square feet $395,000

La Mesa – 91941- 4151 Lois St – 2 Bed/1 Bath, 778 square feet $375,000

Lakeside – 92040 – 10232 Paseo Park – 3 Bed/2 Bath, 1,338 square feet $399,900

4887 Pacific Row #239 – 2 Bed/2 Bath, 1,094 square feet – $399,000

Lemon Grove – 91945- 1860 Primera St – 3 Bed/2 Bath, 1,566 square feet $399,900

Mission Beach – 92109- Cheapest Active Listing $499,900 – 2613 Mission Blvd #9– 1 Bed/1 Bath, 468 square feet

Mission Valley – 92110 – 5745 Friars Rd #107 – 2 bed/2 Bath, 1,120 square feet $379,900

National City -91950 – 2637 Granger – 3 Bed/2 Bath, 1,448 square feet $379,900

Oceanside -92054 – 403 Foussat Road – 3 Bed/2 Bath, 1,000 square feet $379,999

Pacific Beach – 92109 – 4887 Pacific Row #239 – 2 Bed/2 Bath, 1,094 square feet $399,000

Point Loma – 92107 – 3955 Wabaska Dr #9 – 2 Bed/3 Bath, 1,002 square feet 399,900

Poway – 92064 – 13230 Johannesberg # 18 – 3 Bed/ 3 Bath 1,148 square feet $389,000

1002 Iron Wheel – 3 Bed/ 3 Bath, 1,598 square feet – 397,000

Ramona – 92065 – 599 Tag Lane –  3 Bed/3 Bath, 1,516 square feet $385,800

Rancho Sante Fe – 92091 – Cheapest Active Listing $725,000  200 Via Osuna – 3 Bed/ 2 Bath, 1,675 square feet 

San Diego – 92103 – 3200 6th Ave # 3B – 1 Bed/ 1 Bath, 818 square feet $375,000

Santee – 92071 – 1002 Iron Wheel – 3 Bed/ 3 Bath, 1,598 square feet 397,000

Spring Valley  – 91977 – 1624 Highridge Rd – 3 Bed/ 2 Bath, 1,502 square feet $399,000


This is just the tip of the iceberg. Feel free to search our website for more bargains or contact us and see how we can make your budget work for you!

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