The incredibly low interest rates that existed in the first half of 2013 created an unprecedented frenzy in our San Diego Market. The low rates combined with the low supply in most price ranges created what we called the “track meet” market where it was a race for buyers to get to the best properties. Multiple offers and bidding wars were common. Sellers benefited from these dynamics and also experienced unprecedented complexity and challenges in making it to a successful closing.
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Dave has participated in the sale of over $100 million in real estate transactions. He has acted as the lead broker in listing and selling of new construction, land, investment properties and has had a very successful career working with buyers and sellers in La Jolla and throughout the San Diego area.
Real estate agent (22 years experience)
Specialties: Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent, Short-Sale
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