Mission View (Oceanside, CA)
By Colleen K. Cotter
(Keller Williams)
Some Real Estate Brokers have told me, "Open Houses don't work.  Don't waste your time."  I've heard this for years.  Luckily I have not listened. My team conducts 1-3 open houses every week.  On a slow week we will do one open house.  We blow the doors off of our competition no matter how many we conduct.  Our open houses average 35 people. This past weekend we had 47 potential Buyers, their children and relatives at our open house in Oceanside. Here are some tips that have helped my team to gain clients including listings: We have open houses for a total of 3 hours.  We frequently reduce that to 1-2 hours. We invite the Neighbors to come by early for a special sneak preview. We invite Investors to come during a specific time window. When we hold a house open we have our Lender partner...
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By Mike and Dawn Lewis, The Lewis Team at Keller Williams in San Diego CA
(The Lewis Team at Keller Williams)
Oceanside San Diego Foreclosures Oceanside has foreclosures for sale in 2008 and in 2009 will also have many bank owned homes on the market. Bank owned properties or REO's in Oceanside CA are filling the San Diego MLS with reduced priced homes. Home and condo buyers wanting to buy a home or condo in the Oceanside area can take their pick. There are many Oceanside homes and condos already foreclosed on by the bank or mortgage holder and many more foreclosures are on the way. We have helped many San Diego home buyers buy a foreclosure and most have saved thousands and even tens of thousands buying a foreclosed home or condo. Buying foreclosures in Oceanside, San Diego California is real easy. You will need to have a knowledgeable real estate agent to show you where and what to look for an...
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By Tony Cannon, Real Estate - Oceanside Carlsbad
(Bressi Realty Carlsbad)
Mission View Estates by Fieldstone (http://www.fieldstone-homes.com/) was constructed around 2003. Three two story homes ranging in size from 2990 to 3516 square feet were available with original pricing in the mid-$400,000s. Many of these same models were available in the northern half of the River Ranch community also built by Fieldstone. The biggest difference between the two communities was location. River Ranch has no views and is right next to Hwy 76, while Mission View sits high on a hill with over half the homes having great northern or other views. Mission Terrace is also a Fieldstone community in this same area built around the same time, so as a company, they did very well during the boom years. Fieldstone generally tries to make the secondary bedrooms a decent size, and all ...
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