Millennial Money Habits

Turns out millennials aren't as irresponsible as they're seen by the older generations. The Association of Realtors in California states that 63% of this generation saves money, and up to 59% feel financially secure. Read more about the money habits of millennials here:

Webinar: First-Time Home Buyers

I'm super-excited to announce our first free webinar: First-Time Home Buyers. Jason Cope, loan originator from New American Funding and myself will be hosting a First Time Home Buyers webinar to go through all the ins and outs of how to buy a home and what to expect. Our [...]

Buying a Home While on Vacation

So you have just stumbled upon The One among all houses on the market, but you have to travel outside the country. In that case this video is just for you. Learn how to handle the entire process of buying a home while on vacation. Follow my tips and [...]

The Perfect Match Is Out There

With our current market conditions having less inventory, I speak with buyers often who have felt discouraged - but fear not! The California Board of Realtors' latest infographic "The Perfect Match is Out There" breaks down many of the fears and hurdles home buyers are currently facing. More than [...]

How To Choose a Neighborhood

The neighborhood in which your new home is located is perhaps one of the most important things to take into consideration. Especially if you're looking to move in long-term. If you want to make the best choice possible for you and your family, there are 4 points you need [...]

The Positive Sides Of Homeownership

According to statistics, being a homeowner really does have its perks. A stable, less stressful life, better health and higher civic participation are just few of them. Read all about the benefits of owning your own home in today's infographic by the California Association of Realtors.

Home Buyer Blunders

There are 4 common mistakes home buyers can unintentionally make that can cause them to lose their homes. Read all about them and what you can do to prevent this from happening.

City of LA Moderate Income Purchase Assistance

Once canceled in 2008, the LA Moderate Income Purchase Assistance Program began operation again in July 2017. Previously being underfunded, the MIPA is back with funding being restored. Before going into the details of the program and who’s eligible, note that that in a seller's market such as this, [...]

Infographic: Closing Chaos

While you might want your process of selling or buying your home to go as smoothly as possible, there might be certain reasons that disrupt it. Here are the most common ones home sellers experience:

The Other Players In a Real Estate Transaction

Have you ever asked yourself how many people are working when you want to sell or buy a home? The work is not only done between you and your real estate agent. There are other people involved in the process as well, here's who they are and what they [...]

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