San Diego, California Real Estate
"America's Finest City"
You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking to buy or sell real estate in San Diego, California.
If you are looking to purchase, all homes listed are “Active” listing status properties. Go ahead and preview all your options via photos, virtual tours, videos, comparing walkability scores and much more.
Whether you are a first-time home buyer, move-up buyer, empty nester, seasoned investor (1031Exchange) or just plan on downsizing, I can assist with professional advice and handling of the transaction from start to finish.
As an experienced and responsive RE/MAX professional, I offer outstanding buyer and seller representation for my clients' real estate transactions in the metropolitan San Diego area. In addition to excellent customer service, my extensive knowledge and use of the latest technology tools ensure the success of your property purchase or sale.
If you would like more information on a specific property, schedule a showing, or to discuss selling your home, do not hesitate to call.
Alex Kybal, San Diego, CA
TOLL FREE (888)504-2004
DIRECT : 858-531-0636
Alex Kybal RE/MAX Pacific
1545 Hotel Circle S., Ste. 145, San Diego, CA 92108
Broker-Associate, REALTOR, ABR, SFR, SRS, SRES, CDPE, CCS, e-PRO
CA BRE# 01388372
Sun, Oct 13: There was a lot of speculation about what would happen to mortgage rates and home prices in the midst of a government shutdown, and now that we are in the middle of one, it's easy to see what has changed - and it's not too much. Mortgage Ra... More
Wed, Sep 11: Freddie Mac reported Thursday that the average rate for 30-year fixed loans remained steady for the second straight week, at 4.4 percent. 15-year fixed rates average 3.44 percent. Low mortgage rates continue to contribute to the increase of home sa... More
Mon, Jul 15: The amount of foreclosures in the U.S. is down 35% over the last 12 months, according to RealtyTrac, the primary foreclosure monitoring company in the nation. Overall, foreclosure filings are as low as December 2006. There are still many homes in t... More
Sat, Jun 15: Today economists for Fannie Mae reported their findings as "durable recovery for housing with homebuilding and construction employment returning to normal around 2016". They haven't changed this opinion much since the beginning of the y... More
Fri, May 31: Mortgage loan rates are up almost 1% on average 30-year fixed loans, after their major increase on Tuesday. This is a larger upward move than we've seen since 2010, and may serve to temper the extreme activity we've seen in home sales lately.... More
Wed, May 22: The housing market is showing strong signs of recovery, experts agree. Home sales continue to rise in all areas, and are not enough to satisfy the demand of buyers, and home prices are steadily climbing. The national median home price for existing ... More