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

    **New Listing at 10247 Spruce Woodlands Way in Hidden Meadows Escondido, CA**

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    My New Listing At 9070 1st St. in Santee, CA 92071

    Call for a private showing 858-997-7822 to this stunning property that features 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, a 7,000 sq ft useable lot and plenty of parking for all the toys!  Tastefully remodeled with current upgrades, this home offers everything one could ask in a home.  Brand new custom deck allows the future owners to sit […]

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    ‘Move-up’ buyers drive San Diego housing

    Home sales and prices are rising nearly in sync in San Diego, even as the number of homes for sale shrinks. That is all thanks to a resurgence of the move-up buyer, who had been stuck in place throughout the recession. San Diego’s growing economy and job market are fueling the strength. The only thing […]

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    How Do 2015 VA Loan Limits Compare to Last Year in San Diego?

    Every year the Federal Home Finance Agency (FHFA) sets loan limits for conforming (government-backed) loans. What will mortgage loan limits look like in 2015? Well, to begin, the FHFA has decided that conventional loan limits will remain unchanged, at $417,000, in 2015. This decision won’t necessarily excite homebuyers, but the important thing is that it […]

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    Realtor Brandon Rampani Bypasses Southern California Housing Sales Decline with Career-Making Sale

    In spite of an unfavorable market, Realtor Brandon Rampani negotiates sale of $2.5 million Rancho Santa Fe home.   SAN DIEGO, California, November 19, 2014 – Southern California housing sales are in a well-recognized slump. According to statistics from global property statisticians CoreLogic QuikData, home sales have hit a three year low, down 4.4 percent […]

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    Inspect Your New Home…With A List

    It’s easy to walk through a house and notice all the obvious features. Walls that need paint, doors that are unlevel and floors that need repairs should be items that immediately pop into view. This is great for the general walk through as far as the condition of the home. However, when it comes to the most […]

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    4 Essential Things You Need To Know About The 2013 Spring Home Buying Season

    Springtime is for selling houses. The months of April, May, June and July typically account for more than 40% of all housing transactions annually, in large part thanks to weather. But unlike the painful post-bubble home buying seasons of the past several years, this year has kicked off amidst a cornucopia of experts trumpeting the […]

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    Five Simple Tips When Buying Your First Home

    The typical American spends more time thinking about buying a car than buying a house. Even though the house they buy will wind up costing several times as much as the car. Many first-time homebuyers become overwhelmed simply due to lack of understanding the process. It doesn’t have to be that way. The fact is, today’s housing […]

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