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Temecula housing inventory growing..

September 3, 2013
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Just a few short months ago we were in a housing market which appeared much like the housing bubble we had encountered not so long ago. Faint memories of the escalating housing prices brought visions of bags full of money dancing in sellers heads! To what a surprise […]

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Temecula Wine Country

July 25, 2013
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Temecula is the Southern most city in Riverside County, California. Just one exit north of the San Diego border, Temecula offers the best of all worlds!!! Affordable housing, BEAUTIFUL wineries, a gorgeous mountainous area called Deluz flocked with Avocado orchards, a warmer temperate climate, top quality schools, amazing […]

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Homebuyers keep the faith! Despite rising interest rates!

June 27, 2013
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If you have been watching the news you are no stranger to the fact the interest rates are rising and fast! I have several buyers who are now priced out of the market due to the rising rates! Is this the beginning of a bleak future for buyers […]

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Real Estate Careers

June 6, 2013
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Reliable Realty is not only a full service Real Estate Firm but also offers a mentoring program for people interested in starting a career in Real Estate.
Our training is extremely extensive and during the 6 week course we cover the Residential Purchase Agreement start to finish along […]

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Temecula Property Management

June 3, 2013
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GUARANTEED RENT? Are you kidding? Well no we aren’t!!! If you are a landlord and have experienced the pain of worrying if your tenant will be paying rent on time each month and would like the sense of security to know you will receive your rents on […]

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March Existing-Home Sales Slip Due to Limited Inventory, Prices Maintain Uptrend

May 2, 2013
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March Existing-Home Sales Slip Due to Limited Inventory, Prices Maintain Uptrend
In March existing-home sales eased from inventory constraints, which continued to pressure home prices, according to the National Association of REALTORS®.
Total existing-home sales, declined to a seasonally adjusted annual rate […]

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