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San Diego County Auctioning Off Properties – New Owners May Need to Evict

If I buy a property from the County of San Diego’s auction of tax delinquent properties, will I have to evict the former tenant/owner?  The answer is maybe. The county auctions present a unique opportunity for investors to pick up properties at a discount.  But the truth of the matter is that most property worth…

San Diego 2007 Wildfires Statute of Limitations

2007 San Diego Wildfires Today is October 18, 2011.  Almost 4 years ago, wildfires ravaged San Diego County.  The fires included the Witch Creek Fire, the Guejito Fire and the Rice Fire.  Many people have brought lawsuits as a result of the fire and since then litigation against SDGE and others have proceeded in San…

San Diego Landlords Are You Responsible if Your Tenant’s Dog Attacks Someone

San Diego Dog Bite Attorney – We recently had an interesting call from a landlord.  It seems that their tenants’ dog bit someone in the front yard and now the landlord is being sued.  Of course, the wanted to know if they were on the hook their tenants’ dog bite and if their insurance would…

Unexpected Drop in New Home Sales

The Commerce Department has reported a suprising downturn in new home sales, which fell 3.6 percent last month. A possible explanation for this drop is that inventory is so low, having fallen for 29 straight months, that homebuilders are losing sales to existing properties. And, as the deadline approaches for a first-time buyer tax credit…

Mortgage Rates Near Record Low

The average 30-year fixed mortgage rate fell to 4.87 percent last week, making rates nearly the lowest on record since 1971. Falling rates are attracting both new buyers and existing homeowners, and the Mortgage Bankers Association reports an 18 percent increase in refinance applications.

JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup Temporarily Halt SOME Foreclosures

San Diego residents and resident across the country may be seeing some relief from forclosure over the next month.  Both JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup have temporarily halted forclsoures.  But there is a catch.  The temporary stop is only for loans on homes that are owner occupied.  Further it is only about a one month moratorium….