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Poway Real Estate Homes for Sale Presented by Eric Matz, Coldwell Banker Rancho Bernardo, Poway Real Estate   Each month we prepare several marketing brochures and advertisements to highlight our clients' homes. If you are considering selling your home and want to see what sets Eric Matz Real...

Free Shred Event, Time for Cleaning Out Your Files

Presented by Eric Matz, Coldwell Banker Rancho Bernardo, Poway Real Estate

  Hopefully by now your 2011 taxes are complete. Even if they aren't, now is a great time to go through your files and purge old tax records, paperwork, bills and magazines. Why pay for a shredding service when Eric Matz is sharing this Free offer for shredding to you?  Coldwell Banker is hosting it's annual Free Shredding Event on

Rancho Bernardo Home For Sale Rancho Bernardo Real Estate, Eric Matz Rancho Bernardo Living-Imagine yourself in this dream kitchen! Or relaxing by the pool sipping on something good enjoying the views! Well, make it your reality and stop by the Open House this Sunday! Sunday: 3/25/12, 1-4PM 12206 Fairway...

e-Waste Recycling Event

Presented by Eric Matz, Coldwell Banker Rancho Bernardo, Poway Real Estate

  Here we are, November 1st. Hard to believe the holidays are just around the corner.  If you are like me and my family, electronics are high on the gift list this year. Before I bring the new stuff in, I need to clean out the old dinosaur, laggy computers that we are hanging on to. Don't you have those in your house too? Well, I have the solution! Bring them to Coldwell Bankers FREE e-Waste Recycling Event this Saturday, November 5, 2011.

Loans 101 – An Overview of the Loan Process

Presented by Eric Matz of Coldwell Banker Rancho Bernardo and Jim Endicott of Endicott Financial Services

Owning your own home provides several benefits. In addition to the satisfaction of being a homeowner, you can build equity, enjoy tax deductions*, say "good bye" to your landlord and take control of your living environment. Before you should even look at buying a home, you should know how much you can afford to pay for the home of your dreams. And to do that, you need to contact a lender and get “preapproved” for a loan. But do you understand the loan process?

San Diego County Fair 2011 Presented by Eric Matz, Poway Real Estate, Coldwell Banker Rancho Bernardo The 2011 San Diego County Fair in underway (although it's hard for me not to write the Del Mar Fair!). If you are looking to take the kids (or yourself) and are trying to save money on tickets, don't miss out on the wristband offer for rides called the Pepsi Pay One Price Ride Day. Buy a wrist band for $30 that allows you unlimited access to the Fun Zone and Kiddeland rides for one price. This special offer is only valid

San Diego County's Notices of Default fall in May

Presented by Eric Matz, Coldwell Banker Rancho Bernardo. Source: Sign On San Diego If you find yourself in a situation where you can not make your mortgage payments, don't wait! Don't let the bank foreclose. Call me and let's work together to find a solution, a short sale may be the solution for you. Click here to read my article on the short sale process. We at Poway Real Estate are here to help you make an informative decision based on your individual needs. All consultations are confidential and private. Contact me today. San Diego County's notices of default, the first step in the foreclosure process, fell to their lowest level in 31 months in May, numbers from DataQuick Information Systems show. Foreclosures in the region also declined, said Thursday's report from the real-estate tracking company. San Diego County recorded 1,353 defaults in May, down 16.6 percent from a year ago and down 6.8 percent from April, DataQuick reported. The number of defaults dropped to its lowest number since October 2008, when 1,112 were posted. It peaked at 3,832 in March 2009. Foreclosures dropped to 868 in May, 15 percent lower than a year ago and 8.2 percent lower than in April. They peaked at 2,004, in July 2008. Mark Riedy, executive director of University of San Diego's real estate center, said banks continue to be "judicious" about pushing homes through the foreclosure process because they don't want too many losses on their books. Lenders have been controlling that flow also because too large of an infusion could "further depress prices," Riedy said.