C.A.R. Reports Q4 2012 Housing Affordability Off Pace



The CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.) reported yesterday on the state’s housing situation. According to C.A.R. home prices were on the increase in Q4 of 2012, while low interest rates provided an offset where affordability is concerned. Overall affordability was down according to C.A.R.’s Traditional Housing Affordability Index (HAI).

What You Must Know About Carbon Monoxide Detectors



Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a tasteless, odorless gas. Detection in a home environment is nearly impossible by humans. The symptoms of CO poisoning are similar to the flue. Nausea, vomiting, confusion, sore muscles, headache, dizziness, light headedness, loss of balance, etc. Often, people who experience these symptoms simply go to bed thinking they are coming down with a cold. Some never wake up.

REMI Worries about Real Estate Inventory in San Diego



The Real Estate Marketing Insider (REMI) has recently found that the San Diego real estate inventory is in freefall. This could threaten the recovery of the industry in the area. As a result of the low inventory of available homes in San Diego County, the area is seeing rising home prices, a situation potentially threatening […]

What to Know Before Buying Real Estate in San Diego



San Diego is a wonderful place to live. The birthplace of California, and the second largest city in the state, you might think that crime, unemployment and other issues that commonly affect big cities are a problem. But it isn’t. In 2010, San Diego was named the ninth safest city in the country, and jobs in defense, tourism, international trade, manufacturing, research and biotechnology keep the economy solid.

Sign up Now and get our guide on Facebook for Real Estate Professionals for Free

Sign up to the Realty Biz News mailing list to get updates from our site and also get our guide to Facebook marketing for Real Estate professionals for free