Rated Top 5% Realtor in San Diego
Brandon Rampani
(858) 997-7822(858) 997-7822
  • Reviews

    5user5752458

    Brandon was a fantastic help and asset for me buying my house in San Diego. He is extremely knowledgable, helpful, and never pressured me. Consiment professional. I highly recommend him for anyone seeking an esteemed and levelheaded realty specialist.

    5user44565975

    Contacted several agents on here to see a couple of properties, Brandon was the first to respond. Since that first day he's been on top of the whole process, always good advice and guidance. We've seen several properties over the 5 week period, and very... (more)

    5user0066461

    If you looked up the word "professional" in webster's dictionary, you'd find Brandon Rampani listed there. Brandon guided my wife and I through a very lengthy short sale and I have to say I couldn't have picked a better Real Estate Agent. Professional,... (more)

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  • Recent Posts

    To Rent or to Buy in 2017/2018 in San Diego…Proof is in the numbers!

    This is a great analysis to determine if renting or buying makes sense moving forward in San Diego. The average rent for a 3 bed in San Diego County is $2,400 a month. As you can see, in just 3 years with less than 5% down and a purchase price under $450,000, buying real estate […]

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    Before you BUY REAL ESTATE in San Diego, YOU have to read this!!!

    Hope all is well! Just wanted to check in with you before we get into the full holiday season and give you a little pulse on what is happening on the market.  At this time of year, I always get asked if it’s a good time to buy.  I’ve been getting asked even more this […]

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    **Housing Market Predictions of 2016 from Brandon Rampani**

    January 20, 2016 In January through December of 2015, I made several predictions for the housing market in the coming year, and I am both pleased and disappointed that most of what I predicted did in fact come true. I was pleased in my predictions that the housing inventory for San Diego and the US […]

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