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Investment Strategy – Renting out Your Property

When investing in Real Estate, rental properties have shown to be an advantage in today’s investment opportunities. Direct income stream and Property Value Growth significantly contribute to why you should rent out your property. Here is each method dissected to further explain this Investment Strategy. Direct Income Stream Renting out your Property for long term leases guarantee a future financial plan that allows a …

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Santa Barbara Real Estate Investing & Marketing T...

Santa Barbara: Real Estate Investing and Market Trends   Santa Barbara has officially moved on from a state of recovery to a period of economic expansion. Consumer confidence continues to creep up, interest rates are still historically low, and unemployment rates are lower now than at the beginning of the recession. The culmination of these indicators, and many more, suggest that the future is …

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Santa Barbara Real Estate Buying & Selling Tips

Whether you are a first-time home buyer or a seasoned veteran who has bought and sold properties for decades, buying or selling a home can be a complex process. As a Santa Barbara Realtor with over a decade of experience,  we have created a resource for Home Buying and Selling in Santa Barbara that can be used as a resource for both buyers and sellers just like you.    …

Sale of 1106 Portesuello Ave

  Arthur Kalayjian Homes is pleased to announce the sale of 1106 Portesuello Ave in the Bel Air Knolls neighborhood of Santa Barbara, CA.   Built in 1962 this single story ranch style home offered a spacious open floor plan that was appealing to buyers. A stunning single story 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom with approximately 1,800 square feet and 2 car garage. The property …

Mortgage Rates Edge Down in the U.S

According to Freddie Mac’s latest Primary Mortgage Market Survey, the 30-year fixed mortgage rate remained close to four percent for the fifth week in a row as of May 18th 2017. “The 30-year mortgage rate fell 3 basis points this week to 4.02 percent. However, this week’s survey closed prior to Wednesday’s flight to quality. The delayed impact of the associated decline in Treasury …

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