Author Archive for Don Pelletier

Median Home Price Nearing Record High

The median price for  a single-family, re-sale homes in San Diego County is fast-approaching the record high of $585,000 set in November 2005.  The median price is now only 3% from setting a new all-time record.

The median price for condominiums set a new record high in March 2017.

Home and condo sales were both lower in April compared to the year before. This was due to a lack of inventory, rather than a lack of interest from home Buyers.

Properties are being sold quickly. ‘Average Days on Market’, which calculates the number of days from when a property first goes on the market to when it enters escrow, was thirty-three days for homes compared to an average of fifty-seven days back in 2001.

So, if you, or someone you know has been ‘on the fence’ and waiting to buy a home-you may want to take action now-rather than waiting.

Here are a few reasons why:

Prices will continue to Rise

Core Logics most recent Home Price Index indicates that home prices have increased by 6.9% over the past year. The same report states prices wil continue to increase by 5% over the next year. The market bottom in home prices is long past so waiting no longer makes sense.

Interest Rates Are Expected to Increase

A recent mortgage market survey shows that mortgage interest rates for a 30-year fixed-rate loan, have remained close to 4% over the past few months.  The consensus in the Lending industry however is that rates will likely increase by at least a half percentage point over the next 12 months. That may not seem like a lot until you consider the fact that for every one-half percent increase in rates-the Buyers monthly house payment goes up by 10%-for good!

Either Way, You are Paying a Mortgage 

Some renters who have not yet purchased a home of their own, say they are uncomfortable taking on the obligation of a large home loan. The truth is, everyone should realize that unless you are living with family members-rent-free-you are already paying a mortgage-either your own or your landlord’s.

As a homeowner your monthly mortgage payment is actually a ‘forced savings account’ that allows you to build wealth. As a renter, it is the landlord’s equity, and wealth, that you are building-rather than your own.

It’s Time to Move on with Your Life 

As mentioned previously, rates are going to increase-along with prices. Furthermore, rents have increased by 40%-in just the past 4 years in San Diego-and there is no end in sight. So, why not lock in a fixed payment now-and begin building significant equity for your future-and that of your family?

I know of several excellent low-down payment loan programs that are available right now-including one that requires just 2% down-and another that requires no down payment at all.

If you would like to discuss your options-please feel free to contact me any time. There is no cost or obligation on your part. I am always happy to answer your questions and to help you. Don

May Calendar of Events

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More Than Pink Through  May 31

Donate $10 to Susan G. Komen and receive a special discount card offering 15-25% off one item at participating retailers.

12pm / Fashion Valley Mall

MS Golf Invitational  May 1

Come join us at this esteemed golf tournament featuring premier tee prizes, silent and live auction, lunch, on-course contests, hosted reception, gourmet dinner and player awards.

10am / La Jolla Country Club: 7301 High Ave.

Small Business Expo, Awards, And Mixer  May 2

The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce annually honors our region’s small businesses for their significant contributions.

3:30-7:30pm / Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina

619-544-1343 /

Cinco de Mayo Concert / Food Truck Friday   May 5

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Balboa Park with a fun, free concert inside the Spreckels Organ Pavilion starting at 6:00 PM. Jarabe Mexicano will perform their unique, uptempo style of music, accompanied by SDSU School of Music and Dance Jazz Band and Wind Symphony. Pre-concert festivities begin at 4:00 PM in the Plaza of Panama with City Heights Mariachi and a variety of cuisines from some of San Diego’s best food trucks, presented as part of the Balboa Park Conservancy’s Food.

4-7pm / Balboa Park – House of Hospitality, San Diego, CA 92101

Fiesta Cinco De Mayo Old Town  May 5-7

This celebration attracts over 100,000 people with its bustling mercado, non-stop music and live entertainment, lucha libre wrestling, and a huge display of lowriders!

See website for schedule. / Old Town, San Diego

Serra Mesa Spring Craft Fair  May 6

Over 50 vendors with handmade and artesian items, Fair Trade, vintage. Something for everyone and every budget.

10am / City View Church San Diego: 8404 Phyllis Pl.

858-560-1870 /

Asian Cultural Festival  May 6

Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage month with two stages of cultural and traditional performances from a dozen Asian countries and cultures. There will also be children’s arts and crafts, a ramen-eating contest, a video game tent, a beer garden, and lots of delicious Asian foods! This is a free event.

10am-6pm / Mira Mesa Community Park: 8575 New Salem St.

LakeFest  May 6

The whole family is invited to attend this all-ages event that features live bands, craft beer, kid’s activities and great food.

12-5pm / Mountain Hawk Park: 1475 Lake Crest Dr., Chula Vista

Horses, Hats & Hope  May 6

A Kentucky Derby Party benefiting REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship Program & The Foundation for Senior Care.

12-4pm / 4461 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook

760-731-9168 /

Bikes Boards and Brews  May 6

Enjoy tasters from San Diego’s best Craft Brewers, food pairings from local Pacific Beach Restaurants, a bike show, local artists and more.

1-5pm / Crown Point, Mission Bay Park

Rhythm & Brews Fest  May 6

Join fellow craft beer aficionados to sample over 100 beers from over 50 of our county’s award-winning breweries! You’ll also groove to live musical performances and enjoy delicious eats from local food trucks.

1-4pm / Historic Downtown Vista Village

Escondido Renaissance Faire  May 6-7

Our goal is to educate and entertain guests young and old, about the life back in the Elizabethan Era. From battles on the field, to having a drink at the pub, to browsing through our many vendors.

10am-6pm / Felicita Park

805-665-0359 /

Girls on the Run Spring 5k  May 7

More than 500 girls will celebrate their “girl power” by running 3.1 miles with their coaches, families, friends, teachers and community members.

8:30am / Crown Point Park, Mission Bay

619-816-6991 /

Carlsbad Village Street Faire  May 7

The streets will come alive with the sights and smells of fair-time as 800 vendors set up unique booths, fairgoers search for handmade gifts, try mouthwatering foods, and have some fun in the sun.

8am-5pm / Grand Avenue

Bark in the Park  May 7

Dog Contest: Smallest, Biggest, Best Trick and Owner-Pet Look Alike.

1-4pm / La Colonia Park, Solana Beach

858-720-2400 /

Miracle Babies 5K and Kids Festival  May 7

Dress up as your favorite hero! Kid Zone, Family Resource Fair, vendors, food trucks and exotic cars. Participants are encouraged to fundraise to help raise funds for NICU families.

8am-1pm / NTC Park, Liberty Station

San Diego Surf Film Festival  May 10-13

Over 25 of the finest international surf films.

Misfit Pictures HQ: 565 Pearl Street #100, La Jolla

Ignite San Diego  May 11

Showcases the community’s movers, shakers, creators, thinkers, innovators, doers and dreamers.

6pm / The McMillin Center – Liberty Station: 2875 Dewey Rd.

Gator by the Bay  May 11-14

Experience Louisiana culture with food, music, dancing, a parade, and a marketplace. Indulge in authentic Gulf Coast fare such as crawfish, oysters, and Creole cuisine while you listen to Cajun, zydeco, jazz, rockabilly and blues music.

Spanish Landing Park, 3900 N. Harbor Dr., San Diego

Mama’s Day Benefiting Mama’s Kitchen  May 12

More than 55 chefs from SD’s restaurants, hotels and catering companies.

6:30pm / Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine

619-233-6262 /

East County Senior Health & Info Fair  May 12

Join us at this free event and receive free health screenings, health and community resources and much more!

10am-1pm / La Mesa Community Center

619-667-1322 /

Surfrider Foundation Art Gala & Auction  May 12

Silent and live auctions, an exclusive fashion show by Fashion Week San Diego®, a delectable menu designed by Executive Chef JoJo Ruiz of Lionfish, and music by DJ Hevrock.

6pm / Paradise Point Resort: 1404 Vacation Rd.

858-622-9661 /

Cycle EastLake & Run  May 13

1/2 Marathon, 10K, 5K Super Hero Family Roll & Roll, 25 Mile Marty Garcia Memorial Ride, or our 18 Mile Mountain Bike & Poker Ride! Benefitting EastLake Educational Foundation.

6:30am / EastLake Middle School, Chula Vista

619-997-6470 /

Avenue Amps & Ales  May 13

An overflow of craft breweries, live bands and good eats.

1-5pm / Memorial Park – Third Avenue, Chula Vista

Kite Festival  May 13

Go fly a kite at the oldest children’s kite festival in the United States. There will be kite building and decorating, prizes, professional kite fliers, games, crafts, community organizations, food, carnival activities, and live music! This is a free event.

10am-4pm / Dusty Rhodes Park, 2483 Sunset Cliffs Blvd., Ocean Beach

Touch A Truck 2017  Mar. 13

Car show for kids where sitting in the driver’s seat is part of the deal. Star Wars & Marvel characters, play laser tag, build a rocket, go on a scavenger hunt, and eat from a food truck.

11am-3pm / Pacific Trails Middle School, San Diego

858-621-3473 /

Balboa Park Pow Wow  May 13-14

The SD American Indian Health Center’s Balboa Park Pow Wow is a cultural

event that showcases the heritage and traditions of American Indians.

10am-6pm / Balboa Park

619-234-1521 /

La Mesa Rocks  May 19

Delicious Food, Live & Silent Auction! Cocktail Attire. Live Music by Disappointing Joseph. Benefiting the La Mesa Parks and Recreation.

6-10pm / La Mesa Community Center

619-667-1319 /

Festival of the Arts  May 20

This celebration of the historic North Park neighborhood is a free art and live music festival that also highlights local craft beer and food.

11am-10pm / North Park 9-Block Festival

619-294-2501 /

Bowling for Rhinos  May 20

The American Assoc. of Zoo Keepers San Diego Chapter will be hosting their Bowling for Rhinos bowl-a-thon fundraiser benefitting rhino conservation.

6-9pm / Kearny Mesa Bowl: 7585 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.

America on Main Street  May 20

“Come Play For The Day” theme. Come join us as we have fun in the sun and salute our Veterans at this annual event. Admission is FREE!

12-8pm / Downtown El Cajon

619-873-1641 /

Bench Party with Fern Street Circus  May 20

Attendees will be entertained with puppets, jugglers, aerialists, and much more. Attendees will also have a chance to test out their own circus skills in an interactive workshop in tightwire, hooping and puppetry.

12-2pm / Bayside Park, Chula Vista

Wild in the Country 2017  May 20

“Casino Royale at the Ranch” will feature a live and silent auction, catered meal, opportunity drawing, live music, casino games and entertainment.

3-7pm / Lions Tigers & Bears: 24402 Martin Way, Alpine

619-659-8078 /

Tails on the Trails Charity Walk  May 20

There will be pet vendors, therapy dog groups, dog adoptions, music, food, games, and K-9 demonstrations.

8am-1pm / Mance Buchanon Park, Oceanside

760-940-5708 /

Community Band Festival  May 20-21

Listen to bands that will offer a wide variety musical genres from blue grass ensembles to full concert bands.

Sat 10am-7:30pm, Sun 11am-7:30pm / Old Poway Park

Fiesta Del Sol  May 20-21

A diverse musical showcase providing continuous live music; an array of arts and crafts exhibits; an area just for kids with rides, games and hands-on activities; gourmet food trucks.

9am-9pm / Fletcher Cove, Solana Beach

Pirate Days  May 20-21

All aboard the Maritime Museum for Pirate Days, a celebration for kids of all ages! There will be kids’ costume contests, cannon firings, weapon demonstrations, sword fights, scary stories, and a scavenger hunt for Pirate Treasure.

Maritime Museum of San Diego / 1492 N. Harbor Dr., San Diego 

Beach Soccer Jam  May 20-21

Play the most popular sport in the world San Diego style: in the sand! The Soccer Jam will feature Beach Soccer, Brazilian Samba, Capoeira, live entertainment, DJs, a beer garden, and much more. This is a free event.

Fiesta Island, 1550 Fiesta Island Rd., Mission Bay

Bay Bridge Run/Walk  May 21

Participants head east to National Avenue, then up and over the Coronado Bay Bridge. The race finishes in Tidelands Park.

8am / One Park Blvd.

858-848-5786 /

Grand Avenue Festival  May 21

Enjoy special attractions and great family fun! Over 500 vendors, live entertainment, and food from around the world make the Escondido Grand Avenue Festival a family tradition since 1989. This is a free event.


Valley Center Rodeo & Festival  May 26-28

Vendors, western arts & crafts, food booths, live bands, a horseshoe tournament, beer gardens and more. Head to the rodeo grandstands for a full rodeo event lineup.

See website for schedule. / Valley Center Community Center

Aquatic Adventures by the Bay  May 27

Youth fishing, kayaking, rowing, bounce houses, scavenger hunt, obstacle courses, face painting, arts & crafts, entertainment, food & beverages.

10am-2pm / Pepper Park, National City

619-336-4290 /

Vista Strawberry Fest  May 28

Live entertainment on multiple stages, bands & local craft brews all day long in the beer garden. Carnival rides & 300+ vendors. Prizes galore!

7am-4pm / Downtown Vista

760-726-1122 /

Solana Beach Memorial Day Ceremony  May 29

Camp Pendleton Young Marines Color Guard, Santa Fe Christian School Band, “Feathers from Heaven” doves, City Dignitaries and a guest speaker.

11am-12pm / Veterans Honor Courtyard at La Colonia Park

858-720-2453 /


05  Cinco de Mayo

06  National Teacher’s Day

14  Mother’s Day

29  Memorial Day

20  Armed Forces Day


The Birthstone is Emerald

The Zodiac signs are Taurus (Apr. 19 – May 20)

and Gemini (May 21 – June 21)

The Flower is Lily of the Valley

Asian American Heritage Month

Jewish American Heritage Month

Skin Cancer Awareness Month

National Bike Month



Escondido – Welk: 3-7 pm


Coronado: 2:30–6 pm

Escondido: 2:30 – 6 pm

Mira Mesa: 2:30-7 pm

Otay Ranch: 4-7 pm

Pacific Beach: 2-7 pm

UCSD/La Jolla: 10-2 pm


Carlsbad: 3-7 pm

Encinitas: 4-7 pm

Mission Bay: 10 am – 2 pm

Ocean Beach: 4-7 pm

Santee 3-6 pm


Carmel Valley: 2:30-7 pm

Chula Vista: 3-6 pm

El Cajon : 3-6 pm

Fallbrook: 4:30 – 8 pm

Linda Vista: 3-7 pm

North Park: 3-7 pm

Oceanside CFM : 9 am – 1 pm

Oceanside Sunset: 5-9 pm

UC– Doyle Elementary: 3-7 pm

Valley Center 3-7 pm


Imperial Beach: 12-6 pm

Kearny Mesa: 11 am -1:30 pm

La Mesa: 1-5 pm

Rancho Bernardo: 9 am -1 pm


City Heights: 9-1 pm

Del Mar: 1-4 pm

Escondido: 10 am – 2 pm

Golden Hill: 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Little Italy: 8 am – 2 pm

Pacific Beach: 8 am – noon

Poway: 8 am – 1 pm

Rancho PQ 10 am – 1 pm

Ramona: 9 am – 1 pm

Scripps Ranch: 9 am – 1 pm

Vista: 8 am – 1 pm


Sikes Adobe: 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

Gaslamp District: 9 am –2 pm

Hillcrest: 9 am – 2 pm

Julian: 11 am – 4 pm

La Jolla: 9 am – 1 pm

Leucadia/Encinitas: 10 am – 2 pm

Point Loma: 9:30 am – 2:30 pm

Rancho Santa Fe: 9:30 am – 2 pm

San Marcos: 11 am – 3 pm

Solana Beach: 1 – 5 pm

For more info and location specifics for San Diego Farmers Markets visit:

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Real Estate’s New Normal

As I have reported for the past few months now, there is a major shortage of available homes on the market.

There are three main reasons for the lack of inventory over the past five years, all of which seem intractable.

First, baby boomers aren’t moving at the rate they were previously. According to an AARP survey, 87% of baby boomers over the age of 65 intend to remain in their homes. The main reason is to be near family and friends. Another reason is to avoid excess capital gains taxes. Selling a personal residence allows for a $500K exemption- if married or a $250K exemption if single.  Any realized gains over those amounts are taxed as capital gains. There are a few ways around this, most of which involve setting up trusts. That is something you would need to discuss with your attorney and/or accountant. Please let me know if you need a referral to a good attorney or accountant.

Another factor impacting the current shortage of available homes is due to the fact a few years back, when there was a huge number of foreclosures, many of these homes were purchased ‘in bulk—directly from the banks- bought by hedge funds and big private-equity groups. Rather than flipping the homes, they rented them out to the families who had been foreclosed upon-in an effort to keep them in their local community-AND to NOT sell them at the bottom of the market.

Frank Nothaft an economist with Corelogic, says in 2006 there were nine million single family houses in in the rental stock. That number increased by three million in the following seven years, he said.

As a result, there were many fewer homes for sale, which helped drive up prices in markets around the country; especially here in Southern California.

There is, as yet, no sign these investors will be putting those properties back on the market.

The third main reason for low inventory is builders aren’t building.

Home builders say its new regulations that are holding them back from filling the void. CNBC reports that such regulations may cost builders up to a quarter of the price of a new home, and a recent National Association of Home Builders study found regulatory costs have increased 29 percent in the past five years. The builders also say labor shortages are holding them back.

Finally, prices for land and materials are rising and there is a lack of finished lots in neighborhoods where people want to live. These price constraints create an incentive for builders to construct fewer and more expensive homes, because under such high demand, they can fetch higher prices for each home they do sell, CNBC reports.

There you have it. The new normal: low inventory resulting in multiple offers and rising prices.

With prices near all-time record-breaking levels you may have a lot more equity in your home than you realize. In fact, most of our clients are surprised to learn how much their home is worth. If you would like me to provide you with an accurate home evaluation-a lot more accurate than you will find on Zillow or other similar sites-please feel free to contact me anytime even if you have no intentions of selling, and are just curious, I am happy to provide you with this info.

April Calendar of Events

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Goodguys Meguiar’s Del Mar Nationals  Mar. 31-Apr. 2

Over 2,500 hot rods & custom cars plus exhibits, swap meet, cars for sale, entertainment, indoor car show, Goodguys Autocross racing, specialty parking areas, kids zone and more.

Fri & Sat 8am-5pm, Sun 8am-3pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds

925-838-9876 /

The Flower Fields  Apr. 1-30

Take yourself out of the ordinary and spend a few hours in one of nature’s wonders; a place where kids can run and adults can linger. This 50 acres of extraordinary color, better known as The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch®, is in bloom on a hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean and offers a special nursery, garden, and gift shop by Armstrong Garden Centers in addition to festivals throughout the season.

Julian Gold Rush Days  Apr. 1

Julian Gold Rush Days,, celebrates the discovery of gold in this mountain community and invites visitors to learn more about its history with a weekend of entertainment including gold panning, tomahawk throwing, candle dipping and more.

10am-5pm / Julian Mining Company

760-765-1857 /

Latin American Art Festival  Apr. 1-2

After being selected by a panel of experts, artists from Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Guatemala and many cities of Mexico and the United States,

will be present.

11am-6pm / Arts District, Liberty Station

619-752-6118 /

Carlsbad 5000  Apr. 1-2

The World’s Fastest 5K will return to Carlsbad for its 32nd year in 2017. And don’t forget about the kids, they can join in on the fun too at Junior Carlsbad 5000, on April 1!

See website for schedule. / Carlsbad Village

CSHP-UCSD 12th Annual Phun Run  Apr. 2

ALL proceeds from the race go to UCSD Student-Run Free Clinic Project, which provides high quality, free-of-cost, evidence-based healthcare to San Diego’s underserved population.

9:30am / UCSD: Parking lot P604

San Diego Padres Home Opener  Apr. 7

Come enjoy a weekend of baseball at Petco Park as the Padres begin the 2017 season against the San Francisco Giants!

La Jolla Concours d’Elegance  Apr. 7-9

A weekend of prestigious automotive events. Experience the chic allure of La Jolla’s Avenues, which exudes first class hospitality, magnificent boutiques and world-class cuisine.

Ellen Browning Scripps Park: 1133 Coast Blvd.

619-233-5008 /

VinDiego Wine & Food Festival  Apr. 8

Spend an afternoon at beautiful Liberty Station enjoying hundreds of California’s finest vintage award-winning wines, delectable gourmet food samples and lively music.

3-7pm / 2640 Historic Decatur Rd.

Taste Of Julian  Apr. 8

A great opportunity to sample many of the culinary delights Julian has to offer all at once, including famous apple pie!

South Bay Earth Day  Apr. 8

Fun activities and a showcase of products and services to help you reduce your impact on the environment, save money and live greener and healthier.

11am-4pm / Chula Vista Bayside Park & Marina

REINS Spring Hop Egg Hunt  Apr. 8

All proceeds benefit REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship Program. Games, music, food, bunny photo, bake sale and petting zoo!

11am-1pm / 4461 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook

760-731-9168 /

Coronado Flower Show  Apr. 8-9

The largest tented Flower Show in the U.S. and Coronado’s longest running tradition.

Sat 1-4pm, Sun 10am-4pm / Spreckels Park: 601 Orange Avenue

Healthy Living Festival  Apr. 8-9

Over 200 exhibitors offering the latest in health and fitness and beauty products and services.

Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds

805-667-9290 /

Ugly Dog Contest  Apr. 9

Cutest dog, best trick, dog who looks like their owner and more. Gift baskets with dog products will be given to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners in each category. Gift bags with samples will be handed out to the first 100 to check in that morning.

10am-3pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds /

Onehope Act Today! For Military

Families 5k/10k Run/walk & Family Festival  Apr. 15

Cross the finish-line and celebrate at our festival featuring live music, ONEHOPE wine & beer garden, 35+ booths and a kids’ zone with bounce houses, carnival games and arts and crafts.

6:30-11am / Tecolote Shores, Mission Bay Park

Wanderlust 108  Apr. 15

Wanderlust’s unique triathlon consists of a five-kilometer run (or walk), a large-scale, outdoor yoga class led by some of the world’s top teachers and a guided meditation led by renowned teacher, Noah Levine. Mindful triathletes will also enjoy music from live DJs and an array of surprises throughout the day.

7:30am-3:30pm / Preble Field, NTC Park

Taste of Hillcrest  Apr. 15

Over 35 fantastic Hillcrest restaurants are participating, giving foodies a chance to sample some of their best and signature dishes.

12-4pm / Robinson and 5th Avenue /

AVG Earth Day Fest  Apr. 15

Vendors will offer crafts for sale and share earth-friendly ideas.

10am-3pm / Alta Vista Gardens – Brengle Terrace Park, Vista

760-822-6824 /

Easter Egg Hunt at Vista Optimist Club  Apr. 15

The Vista Optimist Club hosts an All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt. Crafts, face painting and pictures with the Easter Bunny.

7:30am-1pm / 600 Optimist Way /

Children’s Spring Festival & Egg Hunt  Apr. 15

Limited to children 3rd grade and under. Bring a bag or basket to collect your eggs. Games and refreshments.

10:30am / La Colonia Park: 715 Valley Ave., Solana Beach

858-720-2453 /

San Marcos Spring Egg Scramble  Apr. 15

After an early morning breakfast, toddlers through 5th graders are invited to the community “Spring Egg Scramble.

8-10am / Walnut Grove Park /

Santee Spring Eggstravaganza  Apr. 15

Crafts, Food, Primo DJ, Pony Rides, Inflatables, Petting Zoo, Carnival Rides, Face Painting, Continuous Egg Hunts.

9am-3pm / Santee Lakes – Lake #5 /

Poway Kid’s Easter Egg Hunt  Apr. 15

Create spring masterpieces with free arts and crafts; Fun Zone; take your picture with Benny and Bonnie Bunny. Teen egg hunt on the 22nd.

8am-1pm / Poway Community Park /

Oceanside Easter Egg Hunt  Apr. 15

There will be 4 egg hunt areas with prizes, food vendors, a fire engine and a magic show.

10am-1pm / Mance Buchanon Park: 425 College Blvd.

760-435-5041 /

Encinitas Spring Egg Hunt  Apr. 15

Adding to the fun in addition to the 20,000 eggs, this year we’ve got two live shows from Hulabaloo.

10am-1pm / Encinitas Community Park /

Taste of Point Loma  Apr. 19

Gives SD food lovers a chance to sample fresh seafood, decadent desserts and a variety of ethnic cuisine from an array of restaurants. United Portuguese SES Inc.: 2818 Avenida De Portugal

March for Babies  Apr. 22

This is an annual fundraiser walk used to bring awareness and raise funds for the local San Diego – Imperial Division office for March of Dimes.

7-10:30am / Junior Seau Pier Amphitheater, Oceanside

858-576-1211 /

Maritime Fest  Apr. 22-23

Live music, entertainment, a Tall Ship and variety of boats on display, and waterfront tours. Engaging displays with hands-on nautical activities, a marine science lab and more.

10am-4pm / Chula Vista Marina /

Earth Day Fair  Apr. 23

More than 300 exhibits from groups sharing what they are doing to help the environment and how you can help.

10am-5pm / Balboa Park

Bonita’s Chili “Cook-Off” & Fair  Apr. 23

The event features; Entertainment Stage featuring youth groups and a magician. Kids zone with booth activities!

10am-3pm / Bonita Village Shopping Center /

Fallbrook Avocado Festival  Apr. 23

Since the 60’s thousands of avocado lovers come to Fallbrook to sample the cuisine, contests, avacado-themed gifts, bands, entertainment, clothing, crafts, jewelry, and farm fresh produce.

San Diego Wedding Party Expo  Apr. 23

From venues to caterers, florists to DJs and photographers to gown designers you will not want to miss this show!

12-4pm / Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Resort

Spring Fling – Business Expo  Apr. 27

Take this opportunity to join fellow members and mix and mingle! Enjoy beverages and food provided by local businesses and the Chamber.

5-8pm / La Mesa Community Center: 4975 Memorial Drive

619-465-7700 x2 /

Lakeside Rodeo  Apr. 28-30

The annual good old-fashioned rodeo featuring bull riding, bareback bronco riding, barrel racing and steer wrestling. Something for the entire family!

San Diego Mother’s Bay Run  Apr. 29

5K, 10K and Lil’ Tykes 100m Dash. Benefiting the San Diego Rescue Mission.

7am / De Anza Cove Park, Mission Bay /

NAMIWalks/Runs San Diego

County and HHSA Wellness Expo  Apr. 29

We walk together to raise awareness of mental illness and raise funds for those affected by mental illness in San Diego.

9am / NTC Park at Liberty Station /

Black & White Ball and Auction Gala  Apr. 29

Silent auction, dinner, awards, dancing and entertainment. All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County.

6-10pm / Pala Casino Spa Resort /

PVGC Annual Flower Show & Plant Sale  Apr. 29

A wide variety of dazzling plants and flowers on display in Templars Hal. 9am-3pm / Old Poway Park

858-668-4576 /

National City Community Service Day  Apr. 29

Help volunteer to paint, landscape, build, or even with general maintenance and clean up. Lunch will be provided!

8am-2pm / El Toyon Park: 2005 E 4th Street, National City

619-336-4290 /

Mission Federal ArtWalk  Apr. 29-30

Stroll through Little Italy to enjoy over 15 blocks filled with artwork from over 350 local, national, and international artists.

11am-6pm / Between Ash and Grape Streets /

Chocolate Festival  Apr. 30

Popular annual event with over 15 vendors showcasing and sampling various types of chocolate.

10am-4pm / Maritime Museum of San Diego /

SDCVA Wine & Food Festival  Apr. 30

We welcome you and your friends for an afternoon filled with some of San Diego County’s finest wines – ranging from Cabernet Sauvignon to Syrah and everything in between.

1-4pm / Bernardo Winery

MotorCars on MainStreet  Apr. 30

Featuring over 400 pre-73 restored classic, rod and custom cars & trucks. 10am-5pm / Orange & Isabella Avenues, Coronado

619-437-0254 /


09  Palm Sunday

11  First Day Of Passover

14  Good Friday

16  Easter

18  Tax Day

22  Earth Day

26  Administrative Professionals Day



Escondido – Welk: 3-7 pm


Coronado: 2:30–6 pm

Escondido: 2:30 – 6 pm

Mira Mesa: 2:30-7 pm

Otay Ranch: 4-7 pm

Pacific Beach: 2-7 pm

UCSD/La Jolla: 10-2 pm


Carlsbad: 3-7 pm

Encinitas: 4-7 pm

Mission Bay: 10 am – 2 pm

Ocean Beach: 4-7 pm

Santee 3-6 pm


Carmel Valley: 2:30-7 pm

Chula Vista: 3-6 pm

El Cajon : 3-6 pm

Fallbrook: 4:30 – 8 pm

Linda Vista: 3-7 pm

North Park: 3-7 pm

Oceanside CFM : 9 am – 1 pm

Oceanside Sunset: 5-9 pm

UC– Doyle Elementary: 3-7 pm

Valley Center 3-7 pm


Imperial Beach: 12-6 pm

Kearny Mesa: 11 am -1:30 pm

La Mesa: 1-5 pm

Rancho Bernardo: 9 am -1 pm


City Heights: 9-1 pm

Del Mar: 1-4 pm

Escondido: 10 am – 2 pm

Golden Hill: 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Little Italy: 8 am – 2 pm

Pacific Beach: 8 am – noon

Poway: 8 am – 1 pm

Rancho PQ 10 am – 1 pm

Ramona: 9 am – 1 pm

Scripps Ranch: 9 am – 1 pm

Vista: 8 am – 1 pm


Sikes Adobe: 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

Gaslamp District: 9 am –2 pm

Hillcrest: 9 am – 2 pm

Julian: 11 am – 4 pm

La Jolla: 9 am – 1 pm

Leucadia/Encinitas: 10 am – 2 pm

Point Loma: 9:30 am – 2:30 pm

Rancho Santa Fe: 9:30 am – 2 pm

San Marcos: 11 am – 3 pm

Solana Beach: 1 – 5 pm

For more info and location specifics for San Diego Farmers Markets visit:

Want a printable calendar? Click here for the PDF

Condo Prices Set New Highs in February

Both the median and average prices for condos set new all-time highs in February. It was also the fifty-seventh month in a row the median price has been higher than the year before.

The median price for single-family, re-sale homes was higher, year-over-year, for the fifty-seventh month in a row.

Home sales eked out 0.5% gain compared to last February.

Condo sales, on the other hand, were just over one-third the monthly average since January 2001.

The inventory of actively listed single-family, re-sales homes in San Diego County continues to define the market. There were 3,587 homes for sale as of March 10th. The average number of homes for sale each month since January 2001 is almost 8,582-so we are very short on housing inventory! 

The sales price to list price ratio jumped to its highest level since last July: 98.2%.

As you may have heard, on March 15th, the U.S. Federal Reserve increased the Fed Funds Rate by 25 basis points bumping it to between 0.75% and 1.00%. Fed officials expect to hike rates by 25 basis points two or three more times in 2017.

While the rate increase indicates a strong economy, it will mean higher interest rates for mortgages.

A small increase may not sound like much, however, when interest rates increase by just one-half of one-percent, for example, the Buyers monthly mortgage payment goes up by 10%-permanently.

With San Diego home prices in their 4th straight year of significant price increases, the lack of affordability is a real concern here.

If you are thinking of buying a home this year-don’t wait!

The Fed’s future rate increases-coupled with escalating home prices, will likely make it increasingly more difficult to afford the home you want.

The good news is, we have several   great low down payment loans available that require between zero and 3.5% down payment.

If you are planning on selling your home soon-you could not have picked a better time!

Prices are up-rates are still near historical lows, and the future rate increases could soften prices-due to lack of affordability.

Please feel free to call me if you would like an accurate evaluation of your home, since the market prices have changed, or if you would like to discuss some strategies on ‘how to leverage’ the market in your favor-whether you are buying or selling.

You can reach me on my cell number # 858-336-1114 or email:

Thank you!


March Calendar of Events

Want a printable calendar? Click here for the PDF

San Diego Theater Week  Feb. 26-Mar. 5 

Check out some of San Diego’s amazing local theater, dance and music companies with discounted tickets and other special offers. More than 40 venues throughout the County.

(858) 381-5595 / 

Mickey Cafagna Golf Tournament  Mar. 3 

Established to honor Mickey Cafagna, former Mayor of Poway. In keeping with Mickey’s charitable spirit, a portion of this year’s profits will be donated to the Poway Firefighters Association, which maintains a relief fund that benefits those affected by fire.

10am / Maderas Golf Club, Poway

(858) 748-0016 /

Del Mar Gem Faire  Mar. 3-5 

Fine jewelry, precious & semi-precious gemstones, millions of beads, crystals, gold & silver, minerals & much more at manufacturer’s prices. Over 70 exhibitors from around the world. Jewelry repair & cleaning.

Fri 12-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds

(503) 252-8300 /

Archery Festival  Mar. 3-5 

Come take a shot at archery at this state-of-the-art facility!

Easton Archery Center of Excellence, Chula Vista 

Finish Chelsea’s Run  Mar. 4

Join your friends and neighbors for the 7th Annual Finish Chelsea’s Run in honor of Chelsea King. The event will feature a competitive 5K race and fun run/walk, family festival, children’s activities, team competition, entertainment and refreshments. Proceeds from the event will go towards the Chelsea’s Light Foundation Sunflower Scholarship Fund.

7:30–11am / Balboa Park, San Diego 

Annual Trails Day  Mar. 4 

Three-mile hike will visit the Discovery Lake, and Discovery Creek trails. A more challenging, 7-mile hike with more than 1000 feet of elevation gain will be offered to Double Peak Park.

8:30am-12pm / Discovery/Lakeview Park, San Marcos

(760) 744-1050 /

Annual Koi Show  Mar. 4-5 

Over 300 Koi on display in competition, from 6 inches to 3 feet long. Described as “living jewels,” Koi can live over 100 years. Learn how to build a Koi pond and waterfall, turning your backyard into a tropical paradise.

Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 9am-3pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds

(619) 542-2000 /

San Marcos Alive  Mar. 5 

Fine art, craft fair, art demonstrations and exhibitions, children’s area, musical entertainment and juried art & photography show.

10am-3pm / San Marcos Civic Center

(760) 744-1050 / 

St. Patrick’s Day Half Marathon  Mar. 5 

Begins with the Green Mile run/walk which includes children and adults with mental and physical disabilities. The 5K/Half Marathon is a fast out and back course that takes you on a tour of El Cajon.

7am-1pm / Downtown El Cajon

(619) 440-6161 /

Annual Bridal Fair  Mar. 5 

Over 20 vendors, select wedding designers, florists, photographers, officiants, bakery specialist and musical professionals.

10am-1pm / Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens, Fallbrook

(760) 728-6466 / 

Arts Alive Banner “Unveiling”  Mar. 5 

The unveiling reception is the “reveal” that premiers the exhibit each year. The signature activity and sole fundraising event of the 101 Artists’ Colony is to put on the Arts Alive Encinitas exhibit.

12-3pm / Leichtag Commons – Barn 2: 441 Saxony Rd., Encinitas

CSF Telethon  Mar. 9

Epic student performances and far out fun and games for all! Benefits the Coronado Schools Foundation.

4:30-8:30pm / Coronado High School 

Lung Force Expo  Mar. 11 

A forum for healthcare professionals, patients, and survivors, and caregivers to learn about the latest treatments, support, and research for lung cancer.

8:30am-3pm / SDG&E Energy Innovation Center

(619) 683-7514 /

Just In Time for Foster Youth “Walk the Talk” Annual Celebration  Mar. 11 

Connect and engage 400+ prominent members of the community with the JIT mission and the young men and women whom JIT serves. Gourmet cuisine, entertainment and a live auction.

6pm / Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine

(858) 705-1705 /

Youth Fitness Expo and Family Fun Day  Mar. 11 

Educational exhibits, fitness activities, carnival games, raffles, and performances by the children in our after school dance classes in almost 100 San Diego County elementary schools.

12:30-4pm / Balboa Park: Spreckels Organ Pavilion

(619) 276-7763 /

Tip Top Run 5K & 10K  Mar. 11 

The Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation will have their annual Tip Top Run Leprechaun Dash & Bash. Runners will receive lunch from Tip Top Meats, two complimentary beers or wines, an event t-shirt, and a swag bag full of goodies.

8:30am / 1580 Cannon Road, Carlsbad

(760) 804-1969 /

Living with Animals  Mar. 11

Whether we see an animal as a pet, a pest, or food has changed over time and across cultures, making our relationships with them dynamic and complex to say the least.

10am- 5pm / San Diego Museum of Man

1350 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 239-2001 /

Best Coast Beer Fest 2017 presented by Sycuan  Mar. 11

More than 200 beers from nearly 100 local breweries, grab a sensible lunch in our food truck alley and listen to the sweet sounds of local bands – all while taking in the gorgeous views of Coronado and downtown San Diego.

1-5pm / Embarcadero Marina Park South

1 Marina Park Way, San Diego, CA 92101

St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Irish Festival  Mar. 11

Experience the largest Irish celebration west of the Mississippi. The parade features over 120 floats complete with marching bands, bagpipers, traditional Irish dance troupes, clowns, and dignitaries. The festival portion boasts live music, a beer garden and a kids’ zone. The parade will start at 10:30 am at 5th and Laurel Streets.

9 am–6pm / Balboa Park, San Diego

Salute to the Military Ball  Mar. 11 

A black-tie affair giving Coronado citizens and surrounding business communities an opportunity to show their thanks and support to local military members and their families.

6-11pm / Hotel del Coronado

(619) 435-9260 / 

Tomato Mania  Mar. 11-12 

California’s largest tomato seedling sale is back! Workshops teach what you need to know to grow great-tasting tomatoes.

9am-3pm / The Water Conservation Garden, El Cajon

(619) 660-0614 x10 /

North County St. Patrick’s Day Parade/Festival  Mar. 12 

Featuring a parade, vendors, kids activities and live Irish music! The parade will run along Broadway and Main. Come and enjoy the local micro-breweries and restaurants, and food booths.

12-6pm / Downtown Historic Vista

(760) 414-9391 / 

National City International Mariachi Festival  Mar. 12 

Celebrate San Diego’s Mexican heritage through mariachi music, traditional folkloric dancing, and a celebration of arts, culture, and culinary delights.

11am-7pm / Pepper Park: 3299 Tidelands Avenue

(619) 410-2230 / 

Shelter to Soldier First Annual Dog Walk  Mar. 12 

Walk YOUR dog in the Downtown Vista St. Patrick’s Day Celebration! Continue the fun at the America Legion for lunch, basket raffles, pet adoptions and vendor information.

2pm / Vista Village Creek 

Spring into Healthy Living  Mar. 15 

Speakers on frauds and scams, fire safety, driver safety, exercise, free health screenings, senior-friendly exercise demonstrations, senior resources, healthy continental breakfast and more.

9am-12pm / McGrath Family YMCA, Spring Valley

(877) 926-8300 / 

San Diego Latino Film Festival  Mar. 16-26 

The festival will occupy five screens for eleven days and will present over 160 films from Latin America, the United States, and Spain. Opening and closing night parties, daily music acts, the 2nd Annual Sonido Latino Beer & Wine Festival, Q&A sessions with visiting filmmakers.

AMC Fashion Valley 18

(619) 230-1938 /

St. Patrick’s Day  Mar. 17 

Every year on March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart across the globe observe St. Patrick’s Day. What began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland has become an international festival celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing, special foods and a whole lot of green.

San Diego shamROCK  Mar. 17 

Over 50,000 square feet of astroturf will be rolled out to set the scene for a block party that boasts three stages, non-stop music, and of course – plenty of green Bud Light beer and Jameson Irish Whiskey libations.

6pm-12am / Gaslamp Quarter, Downtown San Diego

(619) 233-5008 / 

Downtown San Diego St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl  Mar. 17

One of the biggest party days of the year in San Diego! Join us for our annual St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl which grants you access and drink discounts at over 10 different venues. Your St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl kit includes drink coupons, free welcome shot vouchers, and a map of all participating S.D. bars and nightclubs.

4pm-2am /  Tin Roof, 401 G St., San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 718-0996 /

South Oceanside Hot Rod, Rat Rod,

Custom Car, Bike and Boat Show  Mar. 18 

This is a great neighborhood event with awesome vehicles, entertainment, food, and tons of fun for everyone!

9am-3pm / South Oceanside Elementary School

(760) 207-5371 / 

San Diego Cake Show  Mar. 18-19 

Celebrity appearances from stars of the top TV baking competitions, classes taught by world-renowned teachers for all skill levels, from beginners to advanced and free demonstrations on the Main Stage! Large vendor area.

10am-5pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds

(858) 333-6905 /

Kia Classic  Mar. 21-26 

Features 144 of the best women golfers playing for the $1.8 million purse. The field features 2016 Kia Classic Champion Lydia Ko and crowd favorites Paula Creamer, Stacy Lewis, Michelle Wie and Lexi Thompson.

Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Carlsbad 

Race for Autism  Mar. 25 

100% of donations support San Diego autism programs, services, and local classrooms. 5K chip-timed run or walk, 1-mile SUPERHERO Family Fun Walk, scenic Balboa Park course, resource fair, children’s activities, music, commemorative medals and t-shirts, prizes and refreshments.

7am / Balboa Park

(858) 679-8800 / 

Health Fair Saturday  Mar. 25 

Thousands of residents circulate through this event which features scores of information booths, insurance providers, healthcare presentations, health screenings by Sharp Grossmont Hospital, and live, interactive demos.

10am-2pm / Grossmont Center, La Mesa

(619) 440-6161 /

Bark in the Park Fund Raiser  Mar. 25 

Experience the new Live Oak Dog Park. A community walk, which will give participants a tour of the park’s lovely trails and the off-leash area. Followed by dog contests, food and demonstrations/seminars.

9am-2pm / Live Oak Dog Park: 2746 Reche Road, Fallbrook

(760) 731-1041 / 

Home Garden Tour  Mar. 25 

The self-guided tour will highlight five beautiful gardens, located in East County utilizing an array of color, variety, and low water usage. Learn how you can design your backyard for low water usage plants.

9am-3pm / The Water Conservation Garden, El Cajon

(619) 660-0614 / 

The Bunny Ball  Mar. 25 

Cruise 4 Kids is raising money and collecting Bunnies for sick and underprivileged children. This is a high energy black tie spring celebration. Live DJs, dancing, cocktails, raffles, silent auctions, magician, photos with bunny mascots, photo booth, balloon drop, and candy buffet.

7:30pm / Hilton San Diego Resort: 1775 E. Mission Bay Dr.

(760) 716-5248 / 

Tequila & Taco Music Festival  Mar. 25-26

Enjoy live music, craft beer, margaritas, and food vendors all weekend long! Tequila sampling is on Saturday only, from 11 am–3 pm: taste top-shelf tequilas while enjoying the best gourmet tacos. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Gen Giammanco Foundation. Refer to website for tickets.

11am–5:30pm Saturday / 11:30am–6pm Sunday

200 Marina Park Way, Embarcadero Marina Park S., San Diego 

Encinitas Half Marathon  Mar. 26 

With breathtaking views along the historic Highway 101, you’ll be inspired and energized by the beauty of each mile through one of So Cal’s most popular beach towns. Post-race festival.

7:30am-12pm / Moonlight Beach, Encinitas

(760) 846-5721 /



Escondido – Welk: 3-7 pm


Coronado: 2:30–6 pm

Escondido: 2:30 – 6 pm

Mira Mesa: 2:30-7 pm

Otay Ranch: 4-7 pm

Pacific Beach: 2-7 pm

UCSD/La Jolla: 10-2 pm


Carlsbad: 3-7 pm

Encinitas: 4-7 pm

Mission Bay: 10 am – 2 pm

Ocean Beach: 4-7 pm

Santee 3-6 pm


Carmel Valley: 2:30-7 pm

Chula Vista: 3-6 pm

El Cajon : 3-6 pm

Fallbrook: 4:30 – 8 pm

Linda Vista: 3-7 pm

North Park: 3-7 pm

Oceanside CFM : 9 am – 1 pm

Oceanside Sunset: 5-9 pm

UC– Doyle Elementary: 3-7 pm

Valley Center 3-7 pm


Imperial Beach: 12-6 pm

Kearny Mesa: 11 am -1:30 pm

La Mesa: 1-5 pm

Rancho Bernardo: 9 am -1 pm


City Heights: 9-1 pm

Del Mar: 1-4 pm

Escondido: 10 am – 2 pm

Golden Hill: 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Little Italy: 8 am – 2 pm

Pacific Beach: 8 am – noon

Poway: 8 am – 1 pm

Rancho PQ 10 am – 1 pm

Ramona: 9 am – 1 pm

Scripps Ranch: 9 am – 1 pm

Vista: 8 am – 1 pm


Sikes Adobe: 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

Gaslamp District: 9 am –2 pm

Hillcrest: 9 am – 2 pm

Julian: 11 am – 4 pm

La Jolla: 9 am – 1 pm

Leucadia/Encinitas: 10 am – 2 pm

Point Loma: 9:30 am – 2:30 pm

Rancho Santa Fe: 9:30 am – 2 pm

San Marcos: 11 am – 3 pm

Solana Beach: 1 – 5 pm

For more info and location specifics for San Diego Farmers Markets visit:

Want a printable calendar? Click here for the PDF

Prices & Sales Continue Rising in 2016

Prices for single-family homes, while not quite reaching the highs set in 2005, ended the year with modest gains. The median prices for homes gained 5.4% compared to 2015. Making it the fifth year in a row of year-over-year gains.

The median price for condos/townhomes did reach all-time highs in 2016, gaining 8.3%.

Sales were up marginally in 2016. Single-family home sales rose 0.7% year-over-year. Condo/townhome sales were up 0.3%.


The Federal Housing Finance Agency has released the conforming loan limits change for 2017. This change resulted in higher loan limits beginning in January for many counties across the country.

The Federal Housing Administration is insuring loans for people looking to purchase a home or refinance a home with a little equity. The program insures loans up to the maximum loan limit in the county in which the property is located.

The maximum loan limit in San Diego County is rising to $612,950 for 2017. This represents a significant change for people looking to purchase a home who have good income, sufficient credit, and a healthy debt-to-income ratio who are otherwise tight on cash to close. This change represents bigger borrowing power in nearly every county across the United States.

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So How Did We Do For Our Clients-Compared to Other MLS Agents?

Our Listings Sold within 24 Days, on average, compared to 48 Days for MLS Agents.

Our Listings Sold for 99.1% of Our Sellers Full Asking Price-Compared to 95% of List Price For MLS Agents.

Home Sellers That Hire The Don Pelletier Group Sell Their Homes in One-Half The Time-AND For 4% MORE MONEY, on Average!

The Agent You Select Makes ALL The Difference! Choose Your Agent Wisely!

When You Want Your Home Sold Fast-And For TOP Dollar-Call Don Pelletier.

We Are Now Accepting Listings For 2017!

Why Pay Someone Else’s Mortgage?!

Before you make another payment on your landlord’s mortgage, here are a few things you should know:

Many people who rent can actually afford to buy their own home, no matter what they may think about down payments and affordability. Stop making someone else wealthy! With a down payment of 2% or less, you could own a home!

CalHAFA – 1st Time Buyer Program
-Offers up to 7% (2nd and 3rd loans) to cover down payment and closing costs
-1st loan is 30 year fixed loan
-2nd and 3rd loans are repaid when the home is sold or refinanced – unless loan/home is kept for 30 years – then it is forgiven. 2nd and 3rd loans are “silent” and have no monthly payments
-Buyers can get in with little to no money into the transaction

GSFA – Home Buyer Assistance Program
-Offers up to 5% (2nd loan) to cover down payment and closing costs
-1st loan is 30 year fixed loan
-2nd loan does not have to be re-paid and is “silent” – no monthly payments are made on it -Buyers can get in with very little $ into the transaction – maybe 2% of the home’s price

We will consult with you on an individual basis to help you determine what you can afford. (And you won’t have to sit in a bank to do it).
We will explain the whole process and answer any questions that you have until you feel you are ready to take the next step.
Most importantly, if at anytime you choose not to proceed, just tell us. There will be no pressure to continue. We know that buying a home can be stressful, and it is our job to make it as easy and comfortable for you as possible!

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