Feel at home. Every step of the way.
When You Come to First Residential, You’re Already Home.

Imagine yourself falling asleep and dreaming of your new home. Upon awakening you’re there, with the deed and keys in your hand.

It’s all done and you have the place of your dreams! Was it magic? No, it’s just how First Residential takes care of our customers-just like they’re our family-because to us, you are. And we want our family to have the smoothest, stress-free, Real Estate experience possible-where everything is seamless, timely and expertly handled.

First Residential understands. Your concerns matter to us.

We get it. We know buying or selling a home may be the largest transaction of your life, and sometimes even gives rise to fear. Rest assured, we’re here for you. And you’ll know we’re here because we communicate constantly, by any method you prefer (phone, email, text, fax, skype, social media … you name it). On thing’s for certain, you’ll know what’s happening every step of the way.

We are a no pressure shop. Our clientele expects, and receives, support and partnership, not aggressive sales tactics. We won’t stalk you or bombard you with emails and solicitations. What we will offer is consultations with experts like lawyers and CPAs at no additional cost, and exhaustive information about neighborhoods that you can’t find anywhere else. Get all the information you need, when you decide you need it, so you can make pressure-free, informed decisions.

When you buy a house, it’s not just a financial transaction.

We know that it’s much more to you. It’s finding a place that you can call home, where kids can grow up and your family will make memories that will last a lifetime. This will be a place built not just of bricks and mortar, but love, laughter, happiness, and dreams. It’s more than a financial transaction to us too.

Real Estate can be a stressful business.

We know that. It’s our job. It doesn’t have to be your job. First Residential has the experts that will handle the issues, tackle the glitches and solve the problems. When you are buying or selling a house, we want to be the magic ingredient to a virtual stress-free experience. We will be your trusted partner. Whatever the circumstances, we’ve seen it all before and we’ll be right there to walk you through it.

We’re tech savvy, full-time dedicated professionals.

Whether it’s the QR codes on our flyers and business cards, SMS marketing for listings, or individual websites, blogs or video tours for each property, technologically we’re on the cutting edge. But technology alone won’t get the job done. Our agents and assistants are full-time. If you’d like to view a vacant property at 6:30 A.M. before you go to work, it’s no problem. If you work from 3 PM – 11 PM and you’d like to sign a document after work, someone from our staff will meet you.

Our knowledgeable agents will give you straight answers.

We know the areas we service and if it’s something we don’t know we’ll find out. Several of our staff members and assistants have graduate degrees-we’re pretty good at research. In fact, when it comes to fact finding we’re undeterred. Full disclosure is the life blood of real estate and we’ll always give it to you straight. After all, it’s probably the largest transaction of your life and you’ve entrusted us to facilitate. We’ve been in business twenty years and have always honored that trust.

And one more thing. No over the top branding practices.

You’ll notice that we don’t do a lot of flashy “branding” here on our website or in ANY of our advertising. We don’t waste your time with pictures of our team, our spouses, our children or our pets plastered everywhere. The goal of our site is to provide you with the information you’ll need to make an informed decision. You’ve engaged us to help facilitate what’s probably the largest transaction of your life-we’re sure you don’t care about the cuteness of our pets.

So sit back, relax and be part of the First Residential Family.
You’ll feel at home. Every step of the way.
Here’s What Our Clients Say
"My wife and are in the military and needed to short sale our home. We had gotten several months behind on our payments and because I have a security clearance we could not risk a foreclosure. First Residential counseled with us and informed us about the best ways to protect my clearance. We followed their advice, sold the property and had no employment related problems. They did what they said they would do and delivered the outcome that was promised. We highly recommend them."
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FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
  • My wife and I are new to the area and we’ve been driving around on our own, do you have a list of San Diego neighborhoods and zip codes?
  • Do you have a list of new homes in San Diego?
  • Can you provide a list of homes for sale in San Diego?
  • Where might I find San Diego condos for sale?
  • I’ve obtained a list of San Diego homes for sale, but notice that some of the listing prices are “value ranged.” What does this mean?
  • What’s a short sale on a home?
  • What are the benefits of a Short Sale?
  • What Is The Short Sale Process?
  • What Is The Short Sale Process For Buyers?
  • Can A Foreclosure Affect My Security Clearance?
  • What Is A Strategic Default/Short Sale?
  • Do I qualify For A Short Sale?
  • Can I Get A VA Loan After A Short Sale or Foreclosure?
  • Can I Buy A Home With FHA Financing After A Foreclosure or Short Sale?
  • My husband is Active Duty Military and recently received a PCOS/San Diego. I’ve gone online and looked at homes near Camp Pendleton, but none of them contain all the features we’d like. When we find a home we like, it’s already sold. Is there a way we can be informed when new properties come on the market?
  • What is escrow?
  • What is title insurance?
  • Why should I get a home inspection?
  • What is an appraisal?
  • How does an appraisal differ from an inspection?
  • How long does it take to find a home and close escrow?
  • How much will it cost to buy a home?
  • Will I qualify to buy a home?
  • When should I give my landlord the 30 day Notice?