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La Costa Grill - La Costa's Newest Restaurant in Carlsbad, California - 05/31/09 11:56 PM
The Crazy Burro is gone (I always loved that name) and the La Costa Grill is in. Just about two weeks into existence, the La Costa Grill is doing a booming business here in South Carlsbad following the remodel of the Burro, just a couple of minutes up the road from the La Costa Resort and Spa. READ MORE: La Costa - A Great Residential Community in South Carlsbad The La Costa area has a number of restaurants, but was in need of a casual fine dining eatery with quality food, a decent wine list and good service. The BlueFire Grille (2 comments)
1286 Discovery Street, #88 in San Marcos, California - 05/31/09 07:11 PM
Rare Opportunity in 55+ Community near Lake San MarcosLocation: Lake San MarcosHere is your chance to acquire a well-maintained 2 bedroom 2 bath (1 in master) double-wide home in the 55+ Seniors Community of Valle Verde near Lake San Marcos. This 1440 SF home offers a large enclosed 3-season porch (approximately 200 SF with access from the living room, master bedroom and the side rear of the home), a large living and dining room (with built-in storage), laundry room (washer and dryer included), full kitchen, family room and large wetbar. Both bedrooms offer plenty of storage plus you have two exterior (5 comments)
Carlsbad Real Estate - Buying a Second Home in Carlsbad - 05/30/09 03:56 PM
Buyers are often interested in purchasing a second home in Carlsbad. It may be for a personal vacation spot, for a combination of personal use and as a rental, or as an intended retirement property once that time arrives. And why not? It's a fabulous community, for many reasons. TO LEARN MORE, READ: Carlsbad Village by the Sea Carlsbad, California - Top Things to Love About Living Here (photos, virtual tour)
There are also different reasons for selecting this area of California - to escape the heat of Arizona in the summer, to be near family, returning to old stomping (3 comments)
The Carlsbad Beach with the Hole in the Fence - 05/30/09 12:01 PM
Carlsbad's coastline is one long beach, uninterrupted from the northern boundary at Oceanside to the seamless merge to Encinitas, and much of the Carlsbad beach is State Beach. But there are a number of different beaches, designated as such by name, parking area and even the jetties where the lagoons join the ocean. Apart from the official names (like South Carlsbad State Beach) there are some interesting unofficial names of beaches that appear on certain maps, or used by locals in the know. My personal favorite is Hole-in-the-Fence Beach, named for, you guessed it, the hole in the fence (I assume). (3 comments)
Oceanside Real Estate - The Condos at Windward - 05/29/09 06:52 PM
The Oceanside real estate market, like other North County San Diego communities, has undergone dramatic changes in the housing prices in the last several years. Oceanside remains the most affordable coastal community with a wide range of housing available to buyers. Oceanside buyers seeking condos with a budget of under $400,000 have a number of options, although not many west of the 5 freeway and even fewer west of the coast road/Route 101. Those interested in recently built condos within sight of the downtown area may find Windward to their liking. The condos at Windward were built beginning around 2005 and (17 comments)
The Question Used to Be...How Much Less Will the Sellers' Take?? - 05/28/09 10:49 PM
It seems that the typical question we hear in the "buyer's market"...how much less will the sellers' take (or some variant)...is being replaced. The new questions are: Will an offer at the asking price be good enough? Should I make an offer over asking? How much over asking should I go? While this is not the commonplace question for your typical sale, it IS for the REOs and the short sales these days. Buyers are competing with 5, 10 and more offers on the typical distress sale (I heard of one with 45 offers just yesterday), and while they don't all (10 comments)
Want a Terrific, Practical Closing Gift for Your Clients with RVs? - 05/28/09 10:01 AM
I learned about a terrific gift for folks who have RVs/motorhomes yesterday. Actually, I knew about it but had not seen it. Plus I got to meet Carl Alaniz, owner and founder of the company (who is also a top producing commercial real estate broker in the Thousand Oaks, CA area). Click on photo to link to website
Imagine your RV parked, with your dog inside, while you are out with the family enjoying a picnic. Fido, being a tad upset about being left behind, goes on a rampage, and jumps on the air brake knob. No brakes, and your RV takes (7 comments)
Twitter: What Does the Future Hold? - 05/27/09 10:54 PM
There was an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal yesterday about Twitter, the darling of the social media world, and the future of the site. Here's a link to the full article, "Twitter Trips on Its Rapid Growth" - I recommend you read it. No, the article was not a doomsayer, predicting a failing. But it did raise the question of what lies ahead in Twitter's future in terms of their ability to mange growth and their business model.
Twitter is a business. And like any company it has a business model...well, sort of. Like so many start-ups it (50 comments)
Maybe THIS Will Grab Your Attention: Marketing Ideas You Can Implement - 05/26/09 04:27 PM
As a member of the Board of Directors for the Southern California Chapter of CRS, I recently monitored our CRS 201 class on Listing Strategies. Even though I took this class when obtaining my CRS, I have had the opportunity to sit through it twice since, and always come away with new ideas to use in my listing presentations, pre-listing package, and marketing my listings. The collective wisdom and sharing of ideas among class members that can easily be implemented is one of the biggest benefits . One of the big take-a-ways from the class last Friday was a list of (116 comments)
Why the San Diego County Recorder’s Office Matters to You: Potential issues to Be Aware Of - 05/25/09 09:24 AM
The Recorders Office in San Diego County plays a critical role for new home owners - the recording of the documents, including the deed, that signal the home you are buying is now yours...the official Close of Escrow. The recording of documents is also essential for folks who are refinancing. Once escrow verifies that all the required documents are in place, and title notifies them that the loan had been funded by your new lender and the monies received, escrow will authorize the recording. Often this happens on the same day - the lender wires the money in the morning and (4 comments)
Carlsbad's TGIF Jazz Concerts in the Park Series is Back 2009 - 05/24/09 11:42 AM
One of my favorite things to do in the summer, besides spending more time at the beach when I have a free moment, is attending the Carlsbad TGIF Jazz in the Park Series. And judging by the crowds, this event is popular with many folks. And for good reason. The weather is always terrific The concerts are free The music is great with lots of variety It's a wonderful way to spend a few hours on a summer eve with friends and family enjoying music and outdoor dining in one of Carlsbad's many beautiful parks (Stagecoach, Poinsettia, and Calavaera Hills) It's (3 comments)
Real Estate Gone to the Birds in Carlsbad - 05/22/09 10:15 PM
We have had a number of recent posts about bird activity at our homes. If you missed them, I hope you will stop by to read. They will add some levity and humor to your life but also show the caring side of those who are dealing with bird families in their yards this Spring The Empty Nest - Patricia Kennedy in Washington, DC A Sense of Disappointment and Sadness on this Mother's Day - William Johnson, San Diego, CA Some Things in Life are For The Birds - Greg Osmond, St. Johns, NL, CANADA My problem is that my real (10 comments)
Carlsbad Things to Do - Attend the Carlsbad Cannon Art Gallery's May 2009 Exhibit - 05/21/09 10:43 PM
The Cannon Art Gallery, Carlsbad's city-owned art gallery, continues to impress with the caliber of its exhibits. The current show, which officially opens tomorrow and run through June 13, 2009, is the 5th biannual National Arts Program exhibit which showcases works by city employees and their family members. "On Your Own Time" was sponsored by the National Arts Program Foundation in Malvern, PA (my old hometown!) in conjunction with the City of Carlsbad Friends of the Arts, and featured 218 works of art with 134 participants ranging in age from 6 to seniors. The Awards Ceremony and Reception was tonight, and (6 comments)
Carlsbad Area Summer Camps and Programs 2009 - 05/21/09 03:36 PM
Summer is about here, school is almost over, and it's time to get your kids enrolled in day camps or other programs during the summer, if you haven't done so already. The number of variety of programs to choose from in the North County San Diego area (especially Carlsbad) is mind boggling - surfing, sports, academics, religious, art, music and so much more. Here is just a sampling of opportunities to fit a wide range of interests, schedules (some are short term so you can fit in several of them this summer), and budgets to keep the kiddos busy, learning and having (5 comments)
"You're Incompetent" - 05/20/09 11:12 PM
Those are pretty heavy words to say to someone. But clearly Bruce Marks had no compunction about saying this (actually yelling on the phont) to a high-level banking official at BofA.
I have to say I applaud his willingness to go after the folks who seem, by most accounts, to be at the heart of the continuing problems with our foreclosure mess, the unwillingness in many cases to attempt a loan modification, and the myriad of other issues that have cropped up in the housing crisis. As many here have complained, it just makes no sense, and it appears we (10 comments)
New Carlsbad High School to Begin Construction - 05/20/09 06:51 PM
The new Carlsbad High School has gotten the go-ahead and groundbreaking will occur in the Fall of this year (grading and utility work). The new school has been debated and in the planning stages for quite some time, and as with any project of this magnitude, has been somewhat controversial. READ MORE: Carlsbad Village by the Sea In part, the controversy is due to the location - at the junction of Cannon and College just south of Calavera Hills. The area now is open space which has been agricultural in nature. However, the Final Environmental Impact Report was certified in February (6 comments)
Cool Techie Tool - Convert Your PDFs to Word Documents for FREE - 05/19/09 11:09 PM
Turning written documents or similar files into PDFs is common these days. When you scan documents this is often the result, although scanning technology sometimes creates Tif files. But, what about the other direction? Haven't you sometimes had a PDF file that you would like to be able to edit? While there is some software from Adobe that allows this (Adobe Professional, which is not inexpensive, and there are issues with this), why not use a conversion tool that is FREE.
PDF to Word is a FREE on-line application that will convert your PDFs to word documents. I just tried (18 comments)
Valuable Lessons Learned from Relocations - Buyers and Agents, Listen Up - 05/19/09 01:38 PM
I expect like most REALTORS I learn something from every transaction, and from every buyer and seller. Sometimes it's good stuff, and sometimes not. But there are always valuable lessons that can help improve business operations, communication, marketing, and knowledge. There are times when I don't even realize how much I have learned and the difference a particular transaction can make until after the fact.
Here are some lessons: My blogging and Internet presence is working - there are several cases where buyers have been looking on their own, then found me on AR before we started working together.
Like other local market, the Oceanside real estate market has undergone many shifts in the last several years and continues to evolve, especially with the large number of distress sales. These data do not include any private sales nor manufactured housing; the numbers are derived from the MLS and are believed to be accurate but are not guaranteed. Media reports speak in general terms, rather than local, so that information may not represent the reality of the local Oceanside real estate market. Having data from a knowledgeable agent about the local market conditions benefits you as the buyer or seller. (6 comments)
Carlsbad Real Estate – More New Construction Homes Coming on the Carlsbad Market at Avellino at La Costa Greens - 05/17/09 05:34 AM
I often get asked by home buyers in the Carlsbad real estate market about new construction homes and their availability. We had a good amount of new construction (mostly detached homes) in the last several years, especially in South Carlsbad, and much of that is now gone, with a few exceptions (some condos at The Bluffs, detached homes in the $1 Million range at La Costa Ridge, new homes at Viridian and Trieste at La Costa Greens - prices and availability have changed since there article were written). But there is more on the way. Carlsbad home buyers who wish to (18 comments)
Baby Proof Your Carlsbad Home - 05/15/09 07:52 PM
If you need to baby proof your new home, in the case of buying a new home, or the one you are living in, you have two options: Do it yourself Hire a "Baby Proofing" company
Yes, there is a local company that provides baby proofing services for those folks who don't have the time or initiative to take on the task themselves, or perhaps are relocating and moving into their new home and want it ready when the movers arrive. Baby Safe Homes in San Diego will come out to your house and provide an on-the-spot safety analysis of (8 comments)
Friday Humor - New Words in My California Vocabulary - 05/15/09 12:14 PM
I have some new words in my vocabulary since moving from Boston to SoCal's Carlsbad. No, it's not what you're thinkin - they're not swear words. I already know all of them and still use them actively, especially when I get the dreaded proxy error or I lose Internet access in the midst of writing a lengthy email. Word autosaves so at least I don't lose my precious post drafts. FREEWAY - now back East this is a highway. Still is in my mind...a big road with lots of cars subject to massive tie ups, delays and road rage. But you (6 comments)
Wag More, Bark Less - 05/13/09 06:40 PM
I was on my way home from my chiropractor appointment and was at the light behind a van advertising a variety of services for dogs - I think the company was Pets in Paradise Resort. In any case, what really caught my attention was the bumper sticker: Wag More, Bark Less
Obviously catering to the canine clientele, I thought it rather a timely reminder to all of us, whether in the real estate business or not, and in both our personal and business lives. There is lots of bad behavior around - rudeness, nasty remarks, customer service that sucks, folks (66 comments)
Ways to Spend the California $10,000 New Home Tax Credit - 05/13/09 10:23 AM
Word has gotten out, although many folks are still not aware, that California has its own tax credit. The tax credit of up to $10,000 is for the purchase of new construction homes (i.e., never been lived in) and is spread over 3 years, unlike the $8,000 Federal tax credit for first time home buyers. Home owners must live in the home for at least two years, and closing must occur on or before February 28, 2010. Time is running out, since there is only $100 million available, and once it's gone, it's gone, unless the state extends the program. According (4 comments)
Saturday May 23 is the date, and the setting is two stages of non-stop smooth jazz headliners (e.g., Boney James, Gerald Albright, Kurt Whalum, Norman Brown), national and local, hosted by KIFM Smooth Jazz 98.1. In addition to the 2 main stages, there are over 20 other venues for live music throughout the festival area between 4th and 6th streets. Music starts at 12:30 PM with performances until 10 (4 comments)
Carlsbad Art in the Village: Art Surf the Phantom Galleries, Murals and More - 05/11/09 10:59 PM
Carlsbad has once again shown its artistic spirit in the form of phantom (temporary) galleries, window murals, and other artsy happenings in the Carlsbad downtown area. The town's commercial/retail vacancy rate has hovered around 5% fairly consistently, despite the downturn in the economy. But vacant stores and shop windows are still a sad reminder of an economy that is not exactly booming. Carlsbad shop owners have expressed their own feelings about the impression this creates, resulting in a creative art program coordinated by the Carlsbad Village Improvement Partnership to counteract any perceptions of a failing commercial area which, as the vacancy (4 comments)
The San Marcos real estate market continues to evolve, especially with the large number of distress sales. These data do not include any private sales nor manufactured housing; the numbers are derived from the MLS and are believed to be accurate but are not guaranteed. Media reports speak in general terms, rather than local, so that information may not represent the reality of our local San Marcos real estate market. Having data from a knowledgeable agent about the local market conditions benefits you as the buyer or seller. In March 2009 there were 115 homes sold in San Marcos' 2 (3 comments)
Where's That Handyman When You Need 'Em?: Senior's Choice Handyman Services - 05/11/09 09:18 AM
Don't we all have those small fix-it chores that need to be done but just don't have the time, or perhaps the skills, to take care of them? More importantly - what about seniors, who may physically be unable to keep up with the basic maintenance issues of homeownership or have safety concerns, but who wish to remain in their homes? Then there are those senior home owners who want to sell their homes and need to get minor repairs taken care of to maximize the showing appeal. There is a terrific solution in the North San Diego County area SENIOR'S (6 comments)
Carlsbad Convention and Visitors Bureau - A Source of Information in Carlsbad Village - 05/10/09 10:51 AM
The original Carlsbad Train Depot (The Santa Fe Train Depot) is a fascinating building in the heart of town, just north of Carlsbad Village Drive west of State Street. The Victorian-style building (my interpretation, not a historical one) was built in the 1880s and for many years was the stopping point along the train line running north and south along the coast. A period of dormancy followed before the current Carlsbad Train Station (actually one of two) was built in the 1960s. There are some old photos of the original Carlsbad Hotel that burned many years ago, among other memorabilia. READ (9 comments)
A Visit to Carlsbad State Beach in Carlsbad at Terramar - 05/09/09 08:48 PM
A recent visit to the north end of Carlsbad State Beach prompted these photos. It's rather unique and interesting to photograph - looks like it will also be the site for my daughter's wedding in October. About 50 steps take you down the bluff to the sand next to Terramar, one of the rare residential areas in Carlsbad that is TRUE oceanfront - because of the coast road many homes are on the other side, still with great views but not actual waterfront.
READ MORE: Visit the San Dieguito Heritage Museum This popular annual event is a great way to enjoy some terrific food (this year the BBQ will be Santa Maria style, hosted by Brett's BBQ in Encinitas) and learn more about the area's history by touring this wonderful museum. Food is served from 12 noon until 2:30 pm. In addition to the (6 comments)
Solana Beach is an affluent coastal town south of Encinitas and Cardiff, and among the more expensive coastal communities. Despite changes in prices over the last several years Solana Beach has seen less dramatic changes in their real estate market than some other nearby towns. READ MORE: Solana Beach Real Estate As a buyer or seller in the Solana Beach real estate market, understanding recent trends and current market conditions is essential in order to make informed decisions; area media reports focus on general market conditions and therefore will not provide an accurate picture of the local housing market in (6 comments)
Del Mar is a small coastal town in North Diego County, just south of Solana Beach and north of La Jolla. Is has a reputation for being one of the most expensive towns in the county. Indeed, two of the most expensive homes for sale in the county are in Del Mar (at $50 million and $76 million), and it still holds the record for the most expensive property sold (at about $48,000,000). READ MORE: Del Mar - Affluent Seaside Town (A Community Profile) Having up to date statistics on the local Del Mar real estate market is important so (0 comments)
Visit Good Morning Treasures in Cardiff California - 05/06/09 05:13 PM
Sandwiched between Encinitas and the San Elijo Lagoon, Cardiff by the Sea (a.k.a. simply as Cardiff) is the quintessential Southern California beach town. With surf shops, casual eateries (including some directly on the ocean), an easily walkable downtown (in the Walking District of Cardiff), a mix of new and old (its shops as well as its housing) and of course fabulous beaches and sunset views, Cardiff exudes a charm that rarely fails to appeal to first time visitors, and keeps folks coming back. Certainly residents who live here, many of them for years, enjoy the charm, ocean views, and small-town feel (9 comments)
As a buyer or seller in the Cardiff real estate market, having information about the current market conditions will enable you to make an informed decision regarding what to do with regard to buying a home in Cardiff, or selling your Cardiff home. READ MORE: Cardiff by the Sea Cardiff's Walking District Cardiff's Composer District The Cardiff real estate market is very localized, and knowing what is going on in the market with regard to inventory and sales is important for making a buying or selling decision. Finding comparables for determining price for either a listing or a purchase (4 comments)
The Buyer's Market: It's Over-Rated - 05/05/09 11:15 AM
The media has been telling us it's a buyer market for some time. The real estate community talks about it too. Everyone seems to believe it. I think the Buyer's Market is over-rated. Before you get your britches in a bunch, hear me out. Saying it's a buyer's market, as a general rule, overlooks those markets, and niches, where this is clearly not the case. Calling it a buyer's market gives buyers a false sense of security. They think they are always in the driver's seat, calling all the shots, and can get homes for 10%, 20% or more off the (99 comments)
As a buyer or seller in the Encinitas real estate market, it is important to have data about the market conditions in order to make a more informed decision about what to do with regard to buying, or selling, your Encinitas home. Here is a summary of the Encinitas real estate market for April 2009 based on statistics from the MLS (private sales are not included nor are manufactured and mobile homes). These data are deemed reliable but are not guaranteed. In April 2009 there were 28 homes sold in Encinitas (a 10% decrease in sales from March but 22% (2 comments)
The Carlsbad real estate market continues to show some positive trends, and the statistics for April show a number of changes as compared to March 2009. These data do not include any private sales nor manufactured/mobile housing; the numbers are derived from the MLS and are believed to be accurate but are not guaranteed. Media reports speak in general terms, rather than local, so that information may not represent the reality of our local Carlsbad real estate market. Having data from a knowledgeable agent about the local market conditions benefits you as the buyer or seller. In April 2009 there (3 comments)
10 Top Ways to Use Market Reports to Your Advantage - 05/03/09 04:27 PM
There are a number of advantages to creating and sharing market reports for the areas that you service. While I focus on Carlsbad real estate, I also produce market reports for other nearby real estate markets that I handle, including Encinitas, Cardiff, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Oceanside and San Marcos. I suspect you, too, work a number of communities, and likely find that the local markets differ, perhaps significantly. Here are the ways to use using market reports (and the advantages) Increase your knowledge - you become a market expert and a more knowledgeable agent by reviewing the monthly data. You (11 comments)
Open House TODAY at 2043 Mar Azul Way in La Costa, Carlsbad - 05/03/09 09:27 AM
Come visit this wonderful single story home in La Costa today, Sunday May 3, from 1 until 4 pm. This home is located on a cul-de-sac in a neighborhood adjacent to the famed La Costa Resort and Spa. You can take your golf cart directly to the golf, walk down the road 5 - 7 minutes, or leave your back yard and stroll along the greenbelt to enjoy dining and their fabulous spa. This 2848 SF home, on one level, offers 4 bedrooms (with separate master bedroom wing), 3.5 baths, a large pool, expansive patio for outdoor dining, and ½ acre (2 comments)
Run Rabbit Run - Humor in My Backyard - 05/02/09 07:59 PM
I have a funny backyard. At least at times. It appears to be that time of year, again, and the rabbits are very active. Things have been heating up recently, so to speak, so fortunately I had my Flip vido camera nearby. The duck, who was dining at the bird feeder on the ground took it for a while then said "I'm outi." Good for a laugh, and it keeps the cats occupied. (15 comments)
In 1882 John Frazier, a sea captain, was digging a well on his farm near the ocean (which is, today, much of the downtown Carlsbad Village area) and discovered the natural mineral springs that lay hundreds of feet beneath the surface. The mineral water, as tests showed, is very like the mineral springs at a famous European spa called Karlsbad in Bohemia (the modern day Czech Republic, (12 comments)
Become an REO and BPO Expert in Southern California - Sign Up NOW For Classes from SoCal CRS - 05/02/09 10:22 AM
If you are in the Southern California region, particularly San Diego, Riverside, Orange or San Bernardino Counties, you have an opportunity to become a BPO and REO expert. Certainly our region has many REO homes for sales, and more coming, especially in the inland regions. Knowing how to appropriately deal with these properties, and market them effectively, can help you grow your business And perhaps you are also interested in learning how to actually hook up with folks who are looking for agent to manage these listings Maybe you are already handling some REOs but know you could do a better (4 comments)
5 Ways to Add Punch to Your Community Profiles - 05/01/09 09:46 AM
We all know to write original content that is of interest to consumers who are looking to buy and/or sell. And while many articles should probably be about the buying and selling process, writing local content posts is smart...for sharing your knowledge, attracting business, and for SEO purposes. That's not news for anyone who has been blogging for a little while. Writing Localism posts is a personal choice, and many writers are on board. Others aren't, some because they choose not to be and perhaps get plenty of business through focusing on other topics. Some folks may be resisting because they (12 comments)
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