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Don’t Let Student Loans Delay Your Homeownership Dreams

by Chiselle • February 9, 2022

If you’re looking to buy a home, you may be wondering how your student loan debt could impact those plans. Do you have to wait until you’ve paid off your student loans before you can buy your first home? Or could you qualify for a home loan with that debt? To give you the answers you’re […]


The Next Generation of Homebuyers Is Here

by Chiselle • February 3, 2022

Many members of Generation Z (Gen Z) are aging into adulthood and deciding whether to rent or buy a home. If you find yourself in this group, it’s important to understand you’re never too young to start thinking about homeownership. The sooner you start planning, the sooner you can move on from renting. As you set off […]


Los compradores quieren saber: ¿Por qué la oferta de las viviendas sigue siendo tan baja?

by Chiselle • January 22, 2022

Una pregunta clave que es la más importante para los compradores de vivienda este año es: ¿por qué es tan difícil encontrar una casa para comprar? La verdad es que estamos definitivamente en un mercado de los vendedores, por lo que los bienes raíces son ultra competitivos para los compradores en este momento. El número de compradores que buscan […]


There Won’t Be a Wave of Foreclosures in the Housing Market

by Chiselle • January 9, 2022

When mortgage forbearance plans were first announced and the pandemic surged through the country in early 2020, many homeowners were allowed to pause their mortgage payments. Some analysts were concerned that once the forbearance program ended, the housing market would experience a wave of foreclosures like what happened after the housing bubble 15 years ago. […]


How Much Do You Need for Your Down Payment?

by Chiselle • January 3, 2022

As you set out on your homebuying journey, you likely have a plan in place, and you’re working on saving for your purchase. But do you know how much you actually need for your down payment? If you think you have to put 20% down, you may have set your goal based on a common […]


Happy Holidays

by Chiselle • December 28, 2021

Wishing you and your family a very Happy Holiday season! Thank you for your support in 2021. May 2022 bring you a year full of health, prosperity, and love. Do your 2022 resolutions or goals include a change in your real estate portfolio? Let’s chat and discuss how to accomplish that. Schedule a Consult


Mid-Month Irvine Market Update

by Chiselle • December 21, 2021

One more update for Irvine this year… and guess what?! As expected, we’re seeing that buyers are still out there searching for homes but not in the numbers they were even just a couple of weeks ago. Perhaps, they’ve decided to pause their search until after the holiday season, which is very typical. As expected, […]


Mid-Month Market Update: Orange County, CA

by Chiselle • December 15, 2021

Hello! We’ve made it. Another year in the books and this is the LAST market update for 2021! What a ride it’s been! And, there’s no surprise here but we are still dealing with massive housing constraints. Everyone (even if you haven’t been following real estate per se) has heard or knows of someone that […]


If You Think the Housing Market Will Slow This Winter, Think Again.

by Chiselle • December 14, 2021

From the opportunity to take advantage of today’s low mortgage rates to changing homeowner needs, Americans have more motivation than ever to buy a home. According to the experts, buyers are making moves right now, creating an unseasonably strong housing market for this time of year. As we wrap up the fall season and move into the winter months, here’s […]


How To Think Strategically as a Buyer in Today’s Market

by Chiselle • December 10, 2021

The game of chess can provide incredible lessons to apply to all aspects of life, including the homebuying process. Chess requires you to plan and think about your strategy from the very beginning of the game.   The homebuying process, like chess, requires strategy and planning. Here are a few things to keep in mind to […]