Naldo-Ricketts Newsletter
From Max Ricketts
Max Ricketts, Naldo-Ricketts Realty / BRE #: 00954079
PO Box 2910, La Mesa, CA 91943
(w) 619.390.9578 (c) 619.390.9087

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Do you ever wonder why your mortgage statements sometimes come from different companies? There’s a reason for that, and it’s ca... CHECK OUT MORE
Some buyers in hot markets with a low inventory of homes for sale are losing out over and over in multiple-offer competitions. You can improve your chances of having an offer accepted by clearing up a... CHECK OUT MORE
There is no reason for sellers to stress about accurately and completely filling out disclosure statements To disclo... CHECK OUT MORE
File these six upgrades under wish fulfillment, not value investment. Life is a balancing act, and upgrading your home i... CHECK OUT MORE
Missed tax deduction? Overlooked tax credit? Get what’s coming to you by amending your return. Your home is a great... CHECK OUT MORE
While you'd like to get the best price for your home, consider our six reasons to reduce your home price. Home not selli... CHECK OUT MORE
You’re finally ready to put your home on the market, but want to ensure you get top dollar. Are there any easy fixes that can increase your asking price without breaking your budget? Here are some t... CHECK OUT MORE
It might seem counterintuitive to invest money in a home you're selling. Wouldn't it be better to save that money for improvements on your next home?... CHECK OUT MORE
If you’ve never experienced bathroom mold, perhaps you aren’t looking deep enough into the corners of your bathroom. It’s one of the most common problems in any house; it’s also one of the ea... CHECK OUT MORE
If you're new to homeownership, you'll definitely want to avoid these easy-to-prevent mistakes that could cost you big time. ... CHECK OUT MORE
Looking for a new home can be a pretty exciting task. With that much money on the line, it's worthwhile to read up on the process before you set out. Unnecessary mistakes can and should be avoided whi... CHECK OUT MORE
Six years after the market peaked in 2006 and prices started to decline, many sellers are still in denial about the current market value of their homes. It's difficult for most sellers to accept the r... CHECK OUT MORE
Home buyers who buy during the dry season can be in for an unpleasant surprise when the roof leaks or the basement floods after the first rain. Who is responsible for damage caused by water intrusion ... CHECK OUT MORE
A huge benefit of homeownership is a variety of tax deductions that you should be aware of before you file your returns with the Internal Revenue Service. It’s important to consider each home tax de... CHECK OUT MORE
By doing your homework before you buy, you’ll feel more content about your new home. Most potential homebuyers are a smidge... CHECK OUT MORE
You have done the hard part in the home-buying process and chosen a lender and a real estate agent to work with. You have also... CHECK OUT MORE
Owning a home can be wonderful, but sometimes the amount of repairs required, big and small, can begin to feel overwhelming. While there are many household problems that should be fixed by a professio... CHECK OUT MORE
Here’s how to clean up your credit so you get the least-expensive home loan possible. Getting the loan that suits your situati... CHECK OUT MORE
Have a plan for reviewing purchase offers so you don't let the best slip through your fingers. You’ve worked hard to... CHECK OUT MORE
Negotiation strategies differ depending on how well the home is priced and who's on the other side. If you're trying to buy a short-sale listing where the lender has to agree to accept less than the a... CHECK OUT MORE
According to Trulia’s latest survey, twice as many people prefer new homes to existing homes. “New” means exactly that: brand-new properties that have never been lived in before, or homes purcha... CHECK OUT MORE
Don't overlook these areas that may be outside your inspector's area of expertise. Inspection day is exciting. It’s an oppo... CHECK OUT MORE
Don’t rouse the IRS or pay more taxes than necessary — know the score on each home tax deduction and credit.... CHECK OUT MORE
There are more buyers than available homes nowadays, and in many cities, home prices have increased dramatically, making the competition fierce. Chances are, not every offer you make will win the deal... CHECK OUT MORE
Every time a prospective home buyer walks onto your property, there are a few things that they will absolutely not put up with. These deal breakers can be anywhere in the home, but there is one area t... CHECK OUT MORE
Even when a move goes off without a hitch, it can still be one of life’s most stressful events. The last thing you want is to be caught off guard by a case of identity theft just as you’re settlin... CHECK OUT MORE
If you’re in the market for a house, you might find the home-buying process complicated by one little number: your credit score. Whether you like it or not, the most important financial decisions of... CHECK OUT MORE
While it might be a seller’s market, an interior designer’s views on how you can make your home more appealing to buyers can be invaluable. Extra touches can make a world of difference to attract ... CHECK OUT MORE
Q: What are some words to avoid using when selling a home?... CHECK OUT MORE