Wave Crest Financial Group, Inc
At Wave Crest, it's not just a Real Estate transaction It's a human experience!
Our Dana Point Real Estate is conveniently located in the Dana Point Harbor, Wave Crest Financial Group is the place for all your real estate and mortgage financing needs. Whether you’re buying a Real Estate in Dana Point or selling a home in Dana Point, our Real Estate, Group will make the transaction seem like a day at the beach. Whether you are buying a property or refinancing one that you already own, the Mortgage Group is always ready to fund your dreams.
We go the distance for our clients – and it shows – with a 98% referral rate from existing and past clients. We’ll be here, right by your side, through every step of your real estate or mortgage transaction.
As longtime residents of Dana Point, we love introducing this idyllic, laid-back coastal way of life to all sorts of lucky people. (Check out latest Dana Point listings here.) We are a local South County company with a wide reach. We work with clients throughout Southern California. Wherever you choose to live, choose Wave Crest. We’re your stress-free solution … the way it should be!
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Choosing Your Real Estate Appraiser Choosing your real estate appraiser. If you have been thinking about purchasing a real estate property in Dana Point or personal use or as an investment, you’ll need to hire the services of a real estate investor in Dana Point. If you plan to finance your home through a bank…Read More
House Flipping for Quick Real Estate Profit House Flipping or Property ‘flipping’ is a rising star in the world of real estate investment. This works by purchasing properties that require either minor cosmetic repairs or major renovations, performing the work, and then selling the home for a much higher price. In theory, this generates a…Read More
Gaining wealth with real estate by flipping houses. Flipping houses. A lot of people these days are preaching about the buying and holding method of gaining wealth with real estate. There indeed may come a time in your life or business when you’ll want to hang onto a piece of property, although you’ll only be…Read More
How Long Does the Realtor Listing Agreement Last, and Are the Commissions Negotiable? A realtor listing agreement is a written, binding legal document between you as the seller of your property in Dana Point and a real estate agent who will help handle the sale of your Dana Point home and earn a commission from…Read More
Why Is the Assessed Value Different Than What the Realtor Says My Home Is Worth? Assessing the value of a home in Dana Point, when putting it on the market with a realtor is affected by a number of factors. There are two numbers to consider when selling your home: assessed value versus market value.…Read More
Why Am I Being Asked to Make Repairs? Most people eager to sell their home want to do so as is, with as little repairs effort involved as possible. However, if you are in any way handy with home repairs, or have a family member or good local handyman, making repairs could mean the difference…Read More
When Is the Best Time to Sell My Home? Sell My Home! Many factors come into play when putting your home on the market, but a study conducted by Zillow in 2016 has revealed that May is the best month to try to sell your home – and in particular early May. The Statistics The…Read More
What Should I Do to Prepare My Home for Showings? There are a number of things you can do to prepare your Dana Point property for sale for showings that can help you create a great impression and drum up interest in your valuable home. Some of these things will be external, while others will…Read More
What Are Closing Expenses and Am I Responsible for Paying Them? Closing expenses, or closings costs, are part of the process of finalizing a house for sale in Dana Point. In some cases, the closing costs might be paid by the seller, and in other cases by the buyer. It will depend on the nature…Read More
Real Estate Disclosures to Potential Buyers Disclosures are a key part of selling your home. The prospective buyer should have some reasonable assurance that the home they are getting is a valuable one, with no ticking time bombs lurking that will land them with a lot of expensive repairs. Honesty Is the Best Policy Most…Read More