Daniel Williams

Broker Associate, CA DRE# 01392489

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Dan Williams resides in Oceanside and serves the real estate needs of families in Encinitas, Carlsbad, and Oceanside. He has a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Health Science from California State University, Northridge.

Dan recently became a licensed Real Estate Broker, after over a decade as licensed Real Estate Agent.  Dan is experienced in international land sales as well as residential real estate sales.  Dan is known to his customers for his integrity, his strong sense of customer service, and attention to detail.

Dan also is a certified CPR instructor for the American Red Cross; he volunteers as an instructor at the American Red Cross headquarters several times a month.

If your future involves the purchase or sale of real estate, please do not hesitate to contact Dan.

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Helpful Real Estate Insights from the Pros

Quick Morning Cleaning Routine

Quick Morning Cleaning Routine

Busy moms, we hear you! Hate having to constantly catch up on cleaning every after work or on the weekends? A few minutes in the morning is all you need — seriously! You can achieve a clean and tidy home in a fraction of the time and here’s a cleaning plan you can...

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The Difference Between Using the Bank and a Mortgage Broker

The Difference Between Using the Bank and a Mortgage Broker

We get this question a lot from our first time buyers — are banks and mortgage brokers the same? The quick answer is no and here’s the definition and difference between the two. A bank offers you a home loan. They usually have a set rate and strict rules for approving...

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Does Size Matter? Should I Buy a Big House or a Small House?

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