Home For Sale Near
Guajome Park in Oceanside 92056
Spacious home conveniently located near Guajome Park with a downstairs bedroom/bathroom, three bedrooms and baths upstairs plus the master master suite with mountain views.
On our cool days, enjoy the fireplaces in living room and family room! Warm days are to be spent on the patio enjoying the large backyard with fruit trees…. maybe even a pool, if you so desire!
The large kitchen with center island has dishwasher, newer double oven, microwave, gas cook top, and dining area that connects with family room. As you can see in the photo, there is a two car garage with plenty of driveway parking!
Asking price is only $549,000!
Why Homeowners Don't Put Homes on Market…
1. They lack equity in their home and do not want a distressed sale…. short sale with all the ensuing credit issues.
2. Fear of restrictive lending standards have them believing buyers cannot qualify for a mortgage.
3. Low housing inventory has caused a rise in home prices and many homeowners believe their home will be worth more if they wait a bit.
4. Fear that they cannot find a replacement home due to the low inventory.
5. Rising home prices and interest rates are slowing the home buyers urge to purchase.
Are you a homeowner that is looking to sell? We want you! There truly are still many buyers wanting a home…. and can't find one.
Remember…. there are solutions for the above fears and problems that stop you from selling your home!
Does the season make a difference in selling a home?
What a great question…. which I hear alot from my home sellers, especially going into the holiday season at the end of the year. A few years ago, I wrote a blog "6 Reasons to Sell During the Holidays" that showed the value of listing a home for sale.
There is now statistical data that shows that maybe Spring is not the best time to list your home with a real estate broker. Contrary to popular belief, winter time sales have a 9% chance to sell faster and for a smaller discount to the list price than spring.
Of course, there are several factors that will determine the best time of year to list your home for sale…..
The first would be when it is best for you and your personal or business life…. do you have a job relocation, a desire to be closer to family, is your home ready to list or are repairs needed.
Second, is where is the home located…. the geographic differences do make a difference; yet, not as much as one would think. In the those areas with winter snow and ice like Chicago and Boston, it appeared that statistically the winter time listings showed short sales time and higher price also.
So, if you have a home in selling condition and the time is right for you…. just find that great real estate broker and place your home on the market!