Low mortgage interest rates leave La Jolla homebuyers in prime position

Cher Conner | Cher Conner & Associates

Low interest rates broaden horizons for La Jolla homebuyers.

By Cher Conner

Over the last few months, prospective homebuyers throughout the country have enjoyed record low mortgage interest rates and reduced property values – factors combining to create the best buyer’s market in years and, according to a recent report for Bloomberg Businessweek, a long-awaited boost in nationwide home resales as well. As of January 2012, the index of pending home sales improved by 2%; and while some economists see this as a sign of burgeoning consumer confidence, there are still many buyers waiting for even lower prices and a decisive “bottoming-out” of the market before moving forward with a real estate purchase.

Real estate industry experts, on the other hand, insist that current interest rates and property values constitute a prime window of opportunity for homebuyers to find a good deal before it’s too late. For those who qualify, today’s market creates an ideal environment for achieving maximum real estate value: and with the help of an experienced real estate agent, buyers can find beautiful homes at unparalleled prices and make a sound investment for their families and for the future.

Making the most of the San Diego real estate market

Thanks to the broadened affordability margins made possible by historically low interest rates, today’s qualified buyers can expand their prospects when searching for a home – and invest in better, safer and more ideally situated communities in the process. However, finding the perfect home can be a difficult and stressful experience; and sometimes, the pressure to make the right choice can seem utterly overwhelming. For those looking to capitalize on current market conditions, it is important to seek out advice and guidance from a seasoned real estate agent in order to ensure a relaxed pace, personal attention and custom results designed to suit your unique lifestyle and budgetary needs.

For over thirty years, my staff and I at Cher Conner & Associates have been working within the San Diego community to provide such services; and with the passage of time, I have become an expert in achieving the best possible results for my clients while maintaining a close personal connection to the people I serve. As an experienced La Jolla real estate agent, I am intimately familiar with the coastal San Diego markets, and I work hard to find listings and broker sales in the client’s best interest. In addition, I make client satisfaction and customized service my top priority – meaning that my staff and I listen carefully and tailor our efforts to your ideas and desires whenever possible.

Today, we at Cher Conner & Associates enjoy a close relationship with our family of referral-based clients – a legacy that sets us apart from our industry peers and makes us proud of our commitment to the people of San Diego. Learn more, peruse listings and join us today: www.realestateinlajolla.com

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