Fullerton Real Estate Market Update

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OC Housing didn’t wilt this summer…

by davesingery September 12, 2016 Fullerton Real Estate Market Update

It doesn’t look like Orange County housing wilted in the summertime heat.  Late August market data show trends that seem to generally stick to the 2016 theme- buyers are largely ignoring frustratingly low inventories of existing homes for sale and buying at a modestly faster pace – often at modestly higher prices.  A strong local […]

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7 trends driving California’s cooling housing market in July

by davesingery August 29, 2016 ca events

California home buying cooled in July. Here are 7 things you should know about the state’s housing market and a subpar July, details of which were gleaned from reports from analysts at PropertyRadar and the California Association of Realtors.

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Great ideas to erase buyer turnoffs

by davesingery August 1, 2016 Fullerton Real Estate Market Update

Erase those buyer turnoffs to help your house appeal to all.

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O.C. Housing: Soaring prices shatter records, but affordability drops.

by davesingery August 1, 2016 ca events

The median home price record was smashed. Twice. Apartment rents reached new heights, too.

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$645,000; How OC home prices got back to pre-recession peak, and why experts aren’t worried.

by davesingery May 18, 2016 Fullerton Real Estate Market Update
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HELOC Payment Shocks Over the Next Two Years

by davesingery September 8, 2015 ca events

More Than Half of Current HELOCs Facing Payment Shocks Over the Next Two Years.  Home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) originated during the housing bubble years of 2005 to 2007 have either reached or will soon reach their 10-year “end of draw” period, at which point borrowers will face a payment shock that may cause […]

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Student debt may hurt housing recovery

by davesingery February 26, 2014 ca events

The growing student loan burden carried by millions of Americans threatens to undermine the housing recovery’s momentum by discouraging, or even blocking, a generation of potential buyers from purchasing their first homes. Recent improvements in the housing market have been fueled largely by investors who snapped up homes in the past few years. But that […]

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5 Things to Know When Looking for Home Owners Insurance

by davesingery February 11, 2014 ca events

Homeowners need to have a home insurance policy in order to protect their homes as well as personal property. Those who rent require insurance to protect their furniture and personal belongings. Understanding the coverage can help you get the most out of your home insurance if you ever make a claim. Most home insurance policies […]

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What are the closing costs I always hear about with mortgages?

by davesingery January 28, 2014 ca events

One of the most frustrating experiences in buying a home is the shocking amount of fees paid to people you’ve never heard of and for things you didn’t know you’d need and certainly didn’t expect to pay for. When you buy a home or refinance your mortgage, you should expect to pay a plethora of […]

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Let’s Predict Housings Fate

by davesingery January 27, 2014 fullerton

You’ve seen the 2013 year-end results. You’ve read the 2014 forecasts. You also know that virtually no guru even closely predicted last year’s surprisingly strong market. So why don’t you do your own Orange County real estate forecast? “How?” you might ask. As a public service, I’ve prepared my Forecast Machine – a handy-dandy and […]

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