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4 Reasons to Consider Foreclosures and REO Properties

There are pros and cons to everything but for buyers considering foreclosure homes and properties for sale, we think the pros outweigh the cons. While homes in foreclosure were once seen as damaged goods, they are now being viewed as a viable option for home buyers  As with anything in life, there are always unknowns but these tips should help with the home buying process, with regard to foreclosures.

So what are the pros of Buying Homes in Foreclosure 

Foreclosures and REO’s provide options.

California real estate has seen a decrease in inventory in recent years. Combine this with the fact that the economic downturn led to an increased number of homes and properties in foreclosure.

If you are willing to look at foreclosure and short sale homes, you and your Realtor have a much larger pool of possible properties to search from.

Homes and properties in foreclosure are more affordable.

 California home buyers can save money and get great deals when considering the option of buying homes in foreclosure.

Although the competition is high, foreclosure properties are usually priced at least 5% below current market value. Sometimes they can even be up to 15% less. Bank-owned properties in California are sold as-is, without disclosures. It’s important to do your homework so that if you do find out a home in foreclosure has a major problem, you can negotiate a lower price.

Foreclosured properties can be hidden gems.

 While some homes in foreclosure need some TLC, there are many options of foreclosure and short sale homes that are actually great finds as is. Just because a California property for sale is in foreclosure doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with the property. Homes in every price range were affected by the economic downturn so it’s not unusual to find luxury homes in foreclosure that are also in good condition.

Banks are ready to sell.

 Properties in foreclosure or sold in short sale are usually bank-owned. Banks are not in the home-owning business. We find that banks want quick turnaround for taking foreclosures and short sales off their hands. If you are a well-qualified buyer serious about making a purchase, banks will want to work with you.

These are just a few of the possible reasons to consider looking at a home or property in foreclosure or being sold in a short sale. If you are looking for your next home in San Diego, Oceanside, Pacific Beach or another nearby area, our team here at Big Block Realty wants to help!

If you would like any additional information or have any questions, please contact us anytime.

Your friends and local real estate experts,

San Diego Realtors

Oliver, Sam, Sandro

The Home Team

Contact us today:

Oliver Graf – Direct: (760)237-8006
Sandro Natale – Direct: (949)290-2599
Sam Khorramian – Direct: (858)518-1533

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Proudly serving all of San Diego County including: Oceanside, Carlsbad, Leucadia, La Costa, Encinitas, Cardiff, Del Mar, La Jolla, Pacific Beach, Escondido, San Marcos, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, Vista, Chula Vista, Spring Valley, Point Loma, Coronado, all other cities in San Diego!

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15 Tips to bring you Massive Success – In Real Estate, Business, and Beyond!

15 Tips to bring you Massive Success

Judging from the number of self-help and business books sold every year, millions of people want to know what it takes to be successful in business and in life.

Especially if you define success as abundance in all areas of your life – not just money – then being “successful” is what life is all about.

Take a look at these 15 Success tips and get in the right mindset for reaching your goals and achieving massive success!

1. Get out of your comfort zone… and stay there!Real Estate Success

Not much happens of any significance when we’re in our comfort zone, so get out. When you are out of your comfort zone or uncomfortable, you are growing.

2. Never ever give up.

Almost nothing works the first time it’s attempted, so don’t give up. Just because what you’re doing does not seem to be working, doesn’t mean it is not going to work. It just means that it might not work the way you’re doing it. Remember, if it was easy, everyone would be doing it!

3. When you’re ready to quit, you’re closer than you think.

There’s an old Chinese saying that goes like this: “The temptation to quit will be greatest just before you are about to succeed.” It’s always darkest before dawn. Most people quit when they are 3 feet from GOLD!!

4. With regard to whatever worries you, not only accept the worst thing that could happen, but make it a point to quantify what the worst thing could be.

Very seldom will the worst consequence be anywhere near as bad as a cloud of “undefined consequences.” During the toughest times just think “This can’t kill me, one day I’ll look back on this and laugh!” Hahaha…

5. Focus on what you want to have happen.

Remember that old saying, “Whether you think you can or can’t, you are right.” It is always so important to keep a positive mindset. 80% of your success will come from this.

6. Take things a day at a time.

No matter how difficult your situation is, you can and will get through it if you don’t look too far into the future, and focus on the present moment. You can get through anything one day at a time. “This too will pass”

7. Always be moving forward.

Never stop growing. Never stop improving. Never stop doing. The moment you stop improving you (and your organization), it starts to die. Make it your goal to be better each and every day, in some small way. Remember the Japanese concept of Kaizen. Small daily improvements eventually result in huge advantages.

8. Measure everything of significance.

I swear this is true. Anything that is measured and tracked, improves. Keep track of your numbers. Hold yourself accountable and watch your business grow.

9. Anything that is not managed will deteriorate.

If you want to uncover problems you don’t know about, take a few moments and look closely at the areas you haven’t examined for a while. I guarantee you problems will be there.

Real Estate Success Tips10. Pay attention to your competitors, but pay more attention to what you’re doing.

When you look at your competitors, remember that everything looks perfect at a distance.
What is your edge? What make you different? Why should someone work with you over the competition?

11. Never let anybody push you around.

Never let someone tell you “It can’t be done.” Don’t let other people’s opinion determine your success.

12. Never expect life to be fair.

Life isn’t fair. Let me say that again, life isn’t fair. You make your own breaks. Don’t let your down falls hold you back. You will fail many times before you succeed. Fail Forward Faster!!

13. Solve your own problems.

You’ll find that by solving your own problems, you’ll develop a competitive edge. You never succeed in technology, business, or anything by following the others. Be you, and YOU will succeed!

14. Don’t take yourself too seriously.

Lighten up. If you are walking around upset and uptight that is what you will get more of. Be happy and positive! None of us are in control as much as we like to think we are.

15. There’s always a reason to be happy, so SMILE!

Find the reason to smile. After all, you’re really lucky just to be alive. Life is short. Remember: “We’re not here for a long time, we’re here for a good time!”

Your friends and local real estate experts,

San Diego Realtors

Oliver, Sam, Sandro

The Home Team

Contact us today:

Oliver Graf – Direct: (760)237-8006
Sandro Natale – Direct: (949)290-2599
Sam Khorramian – Direct: (858)518-1533

Have a question? —>Contact or Email us direct <—

Big Block Realty
Always working hard for you!
www.BigBlockRealty.com
CA DRE #01885775

Proudly serving all of San Diego County including: Oceanside, Carlsbad, Leucadia, La Costa, Encinitas, Cardiff, Del Mar, La Jolla, Pacific Beach, Escondido, San Marcos, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, Vista, Chula Vista, Spring Valley, Point Loma, Coronado, all other cities in San Diego!

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How To Sell A House: 10 Tips For Selling Your House FAST (and for a great price!)

10 Steps to Sell Your House Fast

If you (or someone you know) is looking to sell, you will probably be looking to make the most amount of money from the sale, right?

So how do you go about makeing sure you net the most money possible?

How To Sell A House: 10 Tips For Selling Your House FASTBelow are 10 tips that a seller can follow to assure that the home gets the best price and most of all, get’s sold quickly.

Step 1: Use a broker that is familiar with your area

You need to expose your property to as many potential buyers as possible. That being said, who do prospective buyers get in touch with when they are house hunting? Most people turn to Real estate agents and brokers. So working with a broker/agent who is familiar with your local market is key. The National Association of Realtors says that 85% of purchasers rely on real estate brokers for their home selections, while the Internet accounts for the majority of the remaining 15%…. and who creates all of those online real estate postings? Real estate agents and brokers from the local area. If you need help with any of this, our would gladly apply for the job!

Step 2: Familiarize yourself with the listing sale agreement.

Standardized real estate contracts have become lengthy and complex over many years. If you sign one of those, read it carefully and be aware that you are agreeing to every unmodified term and condition. Make sure there is nothing in the agreement that needs to be taken out, rewritten, or added. Brokers will offer a copy of the sale agreement that they might use at listing presentations and go over it with you to avoid misunderstandings. Consult your attorney or broker for further detailed information.

Step 3: Be completely familiar with the current real estate market.

For the sake of negotiations, knowing recent comparable sales data isn’t always enough because often they don’t give the complete picture. As an example, two houses might have both sold for $300,000 but the owner gave one buyer a $20,000 seller credit for a new roof and appliances. Local brokers who are familiar with the details of recent sales are able to provide the best negotiation advice.

Step 4: Understand all of the terms you are offering.

You are confident that your property is going to sell at a satisfactory price, but instead of starting out with an inflexible amount, consider the property sale as a combination of price and terms. For example, it might make more sense in a slow market to help to offer to pay some of the buyer’s closing costs by offering a “seller contribution” instead of lowering the price of the property. Often the seller contribution could be significantly less than a reduction in price. Also, buyers who require cash to close the sale could find that more attractive causing your place to sell over your competition.

Step 5: Request a smaller deposit.

In order to create a legal contract, the buyer needs to make an “earnest money deposit”. In an ideal marketplace, a seller will receive a large deposit, but in a challenging market, a much smaller can be accepted. Buyers generally prefer to put down the lowest possible deposit because a huge deposit indicates a big financial and psychological commitment. You can ask for a lower deposit if the buyer has mortgage pre-approval or if the buyer shows a strong interest in the property and you have no other offers.

Step 6: Try to sweeten the pot.

Are you really planning to take large items like a swing set, sun awning, or washing machine? In certain cases it may be better to leave such items for a buyer to make an offer.

How to Price a Property correctly - Sell Real Estate FASTStep 7: Keep your photos updated.

For example, if your MLS photo shows snow around your home in the middle of the summer, potential buyers will know your house has been on the market a while. They may interpret that as a bad sign and will expect to submit a lower initial offer. Make sure your broker posts recent photographs.

Step 8: Fully understand the marketing plan.

The broker’s marketing plan should be reviewed quite often to see that it is being followed and is changed whenever it is needed.

Step 9: Check out the competition (open houses).

Going to open houses, also known as your competition is a great idea. It isn’t always easy to be objective. However, do other owners have selling ideas that might work in regards to your home? Is there something you can
use to bargain with? You could consider offering to do some painting or other cosmetic repairs.

Step 10: Don’t nickle and dime, keep everything in context.

Don’t worry about nickels and dimes when your main goal is to get the house sold. For example, before closing the deal, a seller had a buyer request an extra $500 to resolve last minute repairs that were discovered. That gesture seemed like nothing more than a case of buyer’s remorse, so the seller agreed to it, received an otherwise ideal price, and closed the sale. It wasn’t long before the prices softened in the local market. It was better to lose $500 than to find another buyer later when the market was lower and the final sale price would probably have been less by several thousand dollars. Would the seller have preferred to save that $500? Certainly. However, six hundred dollars was a small price to pay considering that the delays could have meant a big reduction in price (and getting stuck with another mortgage payment).

If you would like any additional information or have any questions, please contact us anytime.

Your friends and local real estate experts,

San Diego Realtors

Oliver, Sam, Sandro

The Home Team

Contact us today:

Oliver Graf – Direct: (760)237-8006
Sandro Natale – Direct: (949)290-2599
Sam Khorramian – Direct: (858)518-1533

Have a question? —>Contact or Email us direct <—

Big Block Realty
Always working hard for you!
www.BigBlockRealty.com
CA DRE #01885775

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How Does Short Sale and Foreclosure Affect My Credit Score?

How Does Short Sale and Foreclosure Affect My Credit Score?

Well, the Credit Impact for a Foreclosure vs Short Sale can be dramatically different.bigstock-The-house-in-human-hands-17017331

In a challenging market, many homeowners are faced with the decision to try a short sale or just let the property go to foreclosure.

Below are some points to think about when dealing with this subject.

If you have questions on whether missing mortgage payments and selling your property for less than the full amount you owe on it(short sale) will hurt your credit score, the answer is yes.

HOWEVER, that being said, the credit damage done by a short sale is significantly better than a Foreclosure or Deed in Lieu. In a short sale it does not show up on your credit report as long nor is the impact as severe as a foreclosure.

Take a look at some of the most common questions….

Question 1) When will I be able to buy another house? (Primary Residence)

Short Sale: Homeowner is eligible for re-purchasing in 2 years

Foreclosure: Homeowner is eligible for re-purchasing a primary residence in 5 years

Question 2) When will I be able to buy another property? (Investment Property)

Short Sale: Homeowner is eligible to purchase an investment property after 2 years

Foreclosure: Homeowner is eligible to purchase an investment property after 7 years

Question 3) On future loans will I have to disclose what happened with my house?

Short Sale: There is no disclosure required for a short sale

Foreclosure: On any future loan applications (1003 mortgage) when they ask, “have you ever had a property foreclosed upon…” you will have to mark YES, affecting what programs will be available to you and interest rate that you would qualify for.

Question 4) How will my Credit Score be affected?

Short Sale: Only late or missed payments on the mortgage will show up as derogatory items on the credit report. After the sale is completed the mortgage will report as paid or settled. Short Sales can affect your score differently depending on how many payments are missed, sometimes as little as 50 points. A short sale will have an affect on your score for approximately 18-24 months.

Foreclosure: The credit impact of a foreclosure is MAJOR and can reduce your credit score anywhere from 250-300 points and stays with you on your report for 7-10 years.

Question 5) How will my Credit History be affected?

Short Sale: Short sales are currently NOT reported in the credit history of a credit report. The loan is generally reported as “paid off, settled”

Foreclosure: A foreclosure will remain as public record on a homeowner’s credit history for 7-10 years, sometimes even longer.

For all the information on Fannie Mae’s guidelines, go to…https://www.efanniemae.com/sf/guides/ssg/annltrs/pdf/2008/0816.pdf

If you would like more Free information on Short Sales and foreclosures, please contact us anytime.

Your friends and local real estate experts,

San Diego Realtors

Oliver, Sam, Sandro

The Home Team

Contact us today:

Oliver Graf – Direct: (760)237-8006
Sandro Natale – Direct: (949)290-2599
Sam Khorramian – Direct: (858)518-1533

Have a question? —>Contact or Email us direct <—

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Always working hard for you!
www.BigBlockRealty.com
CA DRE #01885775

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Short Sales- A better way to sell your home and avoid Foreclosure

Short Sales- A better way to sell your home and avoid Foreclosure!:

The effects from the last market can still be felt today.

Nearly 20% (9 million people) of homeowners across the US are “upside down” on their mortgages. Meaning, they owe more on their mortgage balance than their properties are actually worth.

Short Sales and Real Estate San DiegoSome people thank that they should just walk away and give up their home to foreclosure…

But Hold On!

There is light at the end of the tunnel…

There can be some big time benefits to doing a Short Sale rather than a foreclosure.

To the homeowner there is little difference because either way they will be a walking away from a depreciating asset

BUT the benefits of a Short Sale are in favor of the homeowner.

Let me explain,

Credit Impact: For starters Short Sales affect a person’s credit significantly less than a foreclosure (most of the time, please contact a professional to examine your case individually). Someone who “Short Sells” a property is more likely to qualify for a new mortgage in as little as 12-24 months, whereas a foreclosure and/or bankruptcy will haunt someone for up to 7 years. Depending on how many late payments (if any) are missed during a short sale, will determine how much your credit drops while a foreclosure will leave a massive mark.

Stress: On top of the credit impact most people never talk about the effect on homeowner’s moral when they are going through a foreclosure. It’s never a good feeling for someone that is just watching the bank take their their house away. With a Short Sale, the homeowner will have more time to make moving preparations and the lender will work with you to come up with a resolution.

Homeowner Help: In a Short Sale the homeowner is 100% involved in the process, making their own decisions with the help and guidance of a Short Sale Professional (contact us today for assistance). The Short Sale specialist will handle all communications with the lender, as well as market and sell the property with the help of an Real Estate Agent. This allows the homeowner a great alternative to foreclosure and is a very dignified way to sell a property!

If you, or someone you know is upside down on a property or facing foreclosure contact a Short Sale Specialist once they have missed at least one mortgage payment or decide you need to sell.

We would gladly help if you need any assistance.

Your friends and local real estate experts,

San Diego Realtors

Oliver, Sam, Sandro

The Home Team

Contact us today:

Oliver Graf – Direct: (760)237-8006
Sandro Natale – Direct: (949)290-2599
Sam Khorramian – Direct: (858)518-1533

Have a question? —>Contact or Email us direct <—

Big Block Realty
Always working hard for you!
www.BigBlockRealty.com
CA DRE #01885775

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Understanding The 3 Step California Real Estate Foreclosure Process

Understanding The 3 Step California Real Estate Foreclosure Process…

In this market, there are many challenges for homeowner that could cause them to fall behind on their mortgage payments. It could be anything from job loss to a death in the family.

man_question_markWhat ever the reason is, as you fall behind on the payments you have state regulated guidelines that the lender must follow before they can foreclose on the property.

In a recovering market another potential scenario is when a homeowner needs to sell but the value of the house is “upside-down”, the market value of the home is actually less than the amount owed on the mortgage. In this scenario you could try a short sale, however if unsuccessful the threat of foreclose becomes real.

Foreclosure is the proceeding in which a mortgage holder, bank or other secured creditor sells or repossesses a real property after the Homeowner has failed on the terms of their agreement (a mortgage or a deed of trust).

Whatever the reason, after consistently missing payments the lender will usually consider the loan in default and begin with the foreclosure process. The Lender will have the right to sell the property or even call the loan due.

In California short sale / foreclosures have 3 steps in the timeline towards the property being sold.

1. Notice of Default (NOD):
A Notice of Default is a public notice given to the homeowner. It could be posted on the window or door, or mailed. When a borrower is in default, or behind in mortgage payments, the lender will attempt to collect by any means necessary, including seizing the home. In California lenders usually do not file an NOD until the homeowner is at least 90 days behind in payments. At this point many homeowners will try a short sale to avoid the property going to foreclosure.

2. Notice of Trustee Sale (NOTS):
A Notice of Trustee Sale is a public notice, given to the homeowner and published in a newspaper communicating a date for auction. This is also generally posted on the door; it is generally at least 21 days before the sale takes place.

3. Auction:
An auction is a public place, usually a courthouse, where properties are auctioned to the highest bidder.

Contact us today if you have questions or would like some assistance.

Your friends and local real estate experts,

San Diego Realtors

Oliver, Sam, Sandro

The Home Team

Contact us today:

Oliver Graf – Direct: (760)237-8006
Sandro Natale – Direct: (949)290-2599
Sam Khorramian – Direct: (858)518-1533

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How To Buy A House – What Happens During The Home Buying Process?

How To Buy A House – What Happens During The Home Buying Process?

Having the right team behind you makes all the difference. san diego ca homes for sale

Purchasing a new home for sale is always an exciting time.  There are many important steps to follow when buying a home in San Diego.  These are the steps that your REAL ESTATE TEAM (your Real Estate Agent, lender, and the title and escrow company) will perform so that your transaction is successful.

Steps are in chronological order by days in a typical sale with 30 day escrow period.  Some steps occur simultaneously.

Day 1. Pre-approval and evaluation of your ­financing options [Lender].
Loan application form is completed [Lender].

Day 2 – 30. Choose a desired property,  present an offer and good-faith deposit [Real Estate Agent].

Day 31. Contract is reviewed with particular attention to the steps with specific dates [All team members].  If offer is accepted, the transaction is started and Title/Escrow is opened [Title and Escrow Company]

Day 32 – 35. Property inspections are ordered [Real Estate Agent].
Credit report and property value assessment are ordered [Lender].

Day 36 – 48. The preliminary title report is reviewed and sent to the lender and the Real Estate Agent [Title and Escrow Company].
The disclosure reports are delivered to the buyer [Real Estate Agent].
The preliminary title report is reviewed [All team members].
Buyer selects their desired loan [Lender].
Inspection contingencies are lifted [Real Estate Agent].
Loan contingencies are removed [Real Estate Agent].

Day 49 – 60. Final gathering of documents for loan approval [Lender].
Escrow ensures title report is free of errors and that in compliance [Title and Escrow Company].
Loan package is sent to the mortgage lender for ­final underwriter approval [Lender].
The Real Estate Agent gives fi­nal instructions for the closing [Real Estate Agent].
Escrow drafts instructions and get signed by all parties. [Title/Escrow].

Day 60 – 61.  All signed documents are returned to the lender [Title and Escrow Company].
Buyer and their Realtor does a Final walk through [Real Estate Agent].  The buyer deposits the funds balance in the escrow account [Title and Escrow Company]. Buyer and Seller exchange monies [Lender].
The deed is registered with the county [Title and Escrow company].
The transaction is closed and the keys are handed to the new owner with a smile! [Real Estate Agent]

That’s it!  We’re always happy to answer any questions.  And don’t forget our Free Home Search Tool.  Search for homes and condos for sale anytime!

Your friends and local real estate experts,

Oliver, Sam, Sandro

The Home Team

Contact us anytime:

Oliver Graf – Direct: (760)237-8006
Sandro Natale – Direct: (949)290-2599
Sam Khorramian – Direct: (858)518-1533

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Mega Million Dollar Homes For Sale – San Diego’s mega mansions in La Jolla and La Jolla Shores

La Jolla Real Estate is among the top homes for sale in California. Anyone who’s knows La Jolla would agree that they love the sweeping views and luxurious feel. In this episode Sam takes a drive along the world famous La Jolla Shores. This part of La Jolla offers breathtaking views, beautiful sandy beaches, perfect surf spots all along amazing La Jolla condos and homes for sale.

When you have decided you’re ready to start searching for La Jolla Real Estate, the first step is to determine which neighborhood is right for you. There are over 10 different areas of La Jolla Real Estate, each nicer than the other. With everything from mega luxury homes to ocean front condos, La Jolla is a winning choice for the pickiest buyers. La Jolla Realtors have access to the MLS which gives them direct access to every home for sale in La Jolla. Now with our free search tool, you have the exact same access as a La Jolla Realtor! Visit http://www.FreeSDHomeSearch.com now!

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La Jolla Homes for sale – Tour of La Jolla Mansions

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La Jolla Real Estate expert Sam Khorramian does a car tour of the streets on Mt Soledad. Mt Soledad is stacked with multimillion dollar La Jolla homes. With everything from older homes to brand new mega mansions, Mt Soledad is sure to please the pickiest buyers.

Watch the video below:

La Jolla Real Estate is some of the nicest in the entire country. With year round perfect weather, amazing ocean views and ultra luxurious homes, La Jolla is a the top of the list of San Diego’s most affluent buyers.

Start searching La Jolla Real Estate now with our free home search tool: http://www.FreeSDHomeSearch.com

Our team serves all La Jolla Real Estate, La Jolla Farms Estates, Mt Soledad, La Jolla Shores, Prospect st, Muirlands, and everything in between. If you have any questions about La Jolla Real Estate call us today at 760.237.8006

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La Jolla Homes For Sale, for a great deal on a great property contact me today (760) 237-8006, we will find you the perfect La Jolla Home for Sale.

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Ultimate Home Buying Strategies – Looking For San Diego Homes And Condominiums For Sale?

In this video San Diego Home sale experts Sam Khorramian and Oliver Graf talk about the strategies home buyers need to know. If you’re thinking about buying San Diego homes, it’s all too important to put a strong strategy together when you begin shopping and this will ensure your search is 10 times more effective and tons more enjoyable!

The most important piece when buying a home for sale in San Diego is making sure you’ve made the right preparations before beginning a search. This short video will show you a few important things to cover before hiring an agent like Sam and Oliver to help search for the perfect new San Diego home for sale:

How much of a down payment are you comfortable putting down on your mortgage?

What is a comfortable monthly payment for you on your mortgage?

Make sure you always get pre qualified by a San Diego mortgage professional.

Start thinking about the features about a San Diego home for sale are “must haves”

Always make sure you hire the right San Diego Real Estate team like Sam and Oliver with Big Block Realty to guarantee you get the best deal on the best new home or condo for sale.

In the searching mood? Search all San Diego homes for sale right here: http://www.FreeSDHomeSearch.com

San Diego homes for sale are the right investments for anyone looking for cash flow rental property too. Sam and Oliver have invested in hundreds of properties and that knowledge has made them and their team “Investors favorite agents”. Learn more about how Team Big Block can help you invest in San Diego homes for sale, contact us today!

If you’re interested in buying and flipping a San Diego home for sale? Just watch this quick video: http://youtu.be/Yr3x71gpkyk

For years Oliver and Sam have been helping clients buy and sell San Diego homes for sale, Carlsbad homes for sale, Encinitas homes for sale, Oceanside homes for sale, La Jolla home for sale, Downtown San Diego condos for sale, Rancho Santa Fe homes for sale and much more.

Oliver, Sam and the team at Big Block Realty have a long history of helping people buy and sell San Diego homes for sale at cant beat prices for years! Let Team Big Block guide you to your next San Diego dream home! Watch this short clip and learn why you should hire Sam and Oliver for your next house or condo purchase: http://youtu.be/GtLU_T_Zv6k

Are you a fan of La Jolla real estate? In this clip Sam takes a tour of La Jolla real estate on Mt. Soledad : http://youtu.be/B1uQt_Ipw8Y

If you need any help or have any questions, feel free to contact me anytime.

Your friends and local real estate experts,

Oliver, Sam, Sandro

The Home Team

Contact us anytime:

Oliver Graf – Direct: (760)237-8006
Sandro Natale – Direct: (949)290-2599
Sam Khorramian – Direct: (858)518-1533

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Big Block Realty
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