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It’s already March and daylight savings is just around the corner. East County comes alive in the spring and summer. The locals come out to enjoy all the events that go on once the time has changed. The lifestyle out here in East County, thinking of La Mesa, El Cajon, and Santee, is a bit laid back compared to the hustle of the downtown, or beach areas.
For residents that have owned homes in East County for a last few years have been fortunate to see their property values go up rather dramatically compared to many other areas of San Diego County. In 2014 the average home sold for just over $275K, and today as I write this it appears home values are averaging around $485K. the city of La Mesa is also seeing a lot of attention to its Village area with several new trendy places to eat and hang out after a long day of work.
El Cajon will have their traditional car show along Main Street every Wednesday night all through spring and summer. You can check out some amazing custom ...
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How a Visit to San Diego Got Me Out of a Serious Rut
Recently I was in the midst of a personal crossroads and in dire need of a change of scenery. A good friend of mine, Stacy, lives in San Diego and invited me to stay with her, an invitation I eagerly accepted. I never could have imagined what an amazing decision that would turn out to be, and how I would fall in love with the city of San Diego!
By the time my plane landed, I was slightly overwhelmed by my giant wish list of places to go and things to do. I decided to simplify by starting with a walk through Waterfront Park in one of Stacy’s favorite neighborhoods,Harborview. With the bright blue water on one side and beautiful condos, museums, and high rises on the other, it was a perfect introduction to the city. It seemed to have its own energy, and everyone we encountered had a friendly, positive demeanor that immediately put me at ease. Passersby weren’t just strangers; they were neighbors!
By the time the weekend rolled a ...
Staying in control of your credit and finances
The home-buying process is complete, which means it's time for your maintenance plan!
Knowing what work has and has not been done to your home is important information to have in the buying process
So you've met with your trusted advisors, and now you're ready to begin your search. But how or where do you start? There are a lot of homes out there, and diving in without a guide can become overwhelming and confusing.
Some things to consider when deciding on the best price point are:
Can I Make An Offer On Another House When I Have Not Yet Sold Mine?
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