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August 2017

Found 2 blog entries for August 2017.

Historically Designated Properties

Discover 7 Things You Need To Know About Historic Homes in San Diego.  Learn about various architectural styles and mills act by San Diego Real Estate Agent Joy Bender | Luxury Realtor® #realtorlife #realtor, #realestatemarketing #realestatebuzz #realestate #REDigitalMarketing

 

Historic Homes

Historic properties are found throughout San Diego in the communities of La Jolla, Del Mar, Coronado, Point Loma, Mission Hills, Rancho Santa Fe, North Park, South Park, Burlingame, La Mesa, Golden Hill, Bankers Hill, Park West, Downtown San Diego, and beyond.

Take a look below to learn about the different styles of architecture that this city has to offer and how those who are interested in buying one of these unique properties can benefit from preserving history.  If you are interested in purchasing a San Diego historic property please visit our San Diego Historic Homes For Sale page.

Historic Properties Have Various Architectural Styles

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Find out what to do in a multiple offer situation, discover benefits and drawbacks of escalation clause in real estate contract, and learn why an escalation clause may not be in your best interest by San Diego Real Estate Agent Joy Bender | Luxury Realtor® #realtorlife #realtor, #realestatemarketing #realestatebuzz #realestate #REDigitalMarketing

 

What To Do In A Multiple Offer Situation

Encountering a multiple offer situation in a limited inventory market has become increasingly common in a market with limited inventory. Many buyers want to know how to set their offer apart from the rest. One solution is an escalation clause or sharp bid, however not necessarily the best choice in negotiations. Read on below to find out what an escalation clause is, how it works, and why it may not be in your best interest.

What is an Escalation Clause?

An escalation clause is also known as a sharp bid.  The escalation clause is fairly self-explanatory. It’s a contingency in the Agreement of Sale that, if needed, allows you to escalate your offer. That way, if another offer comes in with a

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