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California is a great place to own a home. The business community is thriving and the sun swept landscape is breathtaking. Mortgage lenders can generally provide home loans in all states, so choosing a lender that will refinance your California home is easy. Online lenders can give you quotes from multiple mortgage companies with one simple application. By completing a short application, you could be contacted by lenders who are anxious to approve your California refinance loan in just hours. Many lenders are offering zero point loans and low cost refinancing. Even with bad credit, you can refinance your California more>>

California is a beautiful place to live There is no doubt about that. But, to live in California you must pay the price, which is sky high real estate prices. Renting, as opposed to buying in California, can save a little bit of money. However, renting has the disadvantage of not building any equity. As home prices in California continue to rise, you may want to be a homeowner and take advantage of the home appreciation factor. If you're going to be paying a lot of money to live in California anyway, you might as well be making some money on top of it too, right? more>>

San Diego Real Estate
Thinking of moving to San Diego? Where do you want to live? There are many options to choose from. Do you want to live on the coast or further inland? There are many price ranges available and many types of housing, it just depends on what you're looking for. For many the attraction of living in or near San Diego is the close proximity to the ocean and being able to go to the beach every day. Here you have it! You can live anywhere along the Pacific coast highway or live further inland and drive just a bit further and still enjoy all the amenities that the San Diego Area has to offer. more about San Diego real estate >>

San Francisco Bay Area Real Estate
Often Bay Area residents living in San Francisco and Silicon Valley turn to the East Bay for more affordable home options. However, prices are rapidly increasing in Contra Costa and Alameda counties, too. Alameda County's median home price rose 20.6 percent from September of 2004 to September of 2005, and now homes are selling for an average of $579,000. According to the East Bay Business Times: "The Bay Area real estate market seems to have settled into a steady state, with few indicators pointing to any upcoming change." said Marshall Prentice, DataQuick president. Supply and demand seem stable. We are keeping an eye on rising mortgage interest rates which could slow things down somewhat before the end of the year." Home prices in the Bay Area are high, and thinking about them can get you low, but when you look at the natural beauty of the area, the proximity to the ocean, the mountains, wine country, and numerous cultural outlets it seems are fair price to pay. The Bay Area is one of the fastest growing communities in the country, and has relatively low crime rates, respectable schools, and location, location, location; you can understand the booming real estate more about San Francisco Bay area real estate >>

San Francisco Bay Area Real Estate
The San Francisco Bay Area, popularly known as the 'Bay Area' to local residents, is a diverse and thriving metropolitan region that encompasses San Francisco Bay in the northern part of California. San Francisco, North Bay, East Bay, South Bay, Peninsula and Santa Cruz make up the Bay Area regions. They are divided into nine counties: San Francisco, San Benito, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Alameda, Napa, Solano and Sonoma.

Although San Francisco City is identified as the cultural and traditional center of the Bay Area, it is not the largest or most populated city within the area. Historically, the Bay Area traces its roots from Spanish explorers who first set foot in the region and founded a Catholic church in more about San Francisco Bay area real estate >>

Sacramento Real Estate
The month of January has historically been the slowest month for existing home sales in the Greater Sacramento area but last month is sunk to the lowest level in the past six years.

In Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado and Yolo counties January sales fell 29% to just over 1,600 sales. This volume level has not been seen since January 2000 according to DataQuick more about Sacramento real estate >>

Vallejo Real Estate
Vallejo, California, is located in Napa County, 26 miles N of San Francisco, California. Vallejo has a population of 116,760 and serves as a gateway to the beautiful Napa and Sonoma counties—the famed California Napa Valley wine country. Vallejo is an active waterfront community making it a popular destination. Many come to visit Six Flags Marine World as well as to sample the city’s unique restaurants that reflect its resident’s cultural diversity.

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With a strong local economy and affordable housing, Vallejo has become a popular place to live. Civic improvements have provided renewed interest in historic home preservation, so countless Victorians more about Vallejo real estate >>