Carlsbad Homes for Sale & Real Estate Tips

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The Southern California Relocation Dude, originally from Boston (relocated here in 2005), shares what he knows about Carlsbad & other North San Diego County communities. Whether you are interested in specific Carlsbad neighborhoods (or other communities), things to do (e.g., shopping, touristy stuff, recreation, dining), or local housing market conditions, you'll find it here. Search for Carlsbad homes for sale (and other nearby coastal areas, too), learn about new neighborhoods, and get the scoop on what YOU should know about buying and/or selling a home in Carlsbad or nearby. Let's talk about your journey! And if you are planning a relocation to or from the area in Greater San Diego, you'll find lots of tips about relocation, whether you are buying or selling. And if you have friends or family elsewhere in the country Jeff can help them, too, by finding the right agent in his vast national network of highly qualified Realtors. Just let them know Jeff can assist them in finding the right Realtor to help buy and/or sell a home. You can either pass along his information, or share theirs with him, and he'll take it from there.

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2019 

HAPPY HALLOWEEN from Carlsbad CA  It's a spooky night tonight in Carlsbad, with lots of trick or treaters out and about in the dark. Are you prepared?  It's a fun time for all but please be safe if you are out trick or treating.   And if you are out driving PLEASE watch out for those who are out ...
10/31/2019
Wordless Wednesday: Googly Eyes  We were out taking a morning walk today with our youngest granddaughter, who is almost 2. Given that it's Halloween there are all sorts of decorations in the neighborhood, and she spied these Googly Eyes hiding in the plants just up the street. I need to stop by t...
10/30/2019
Q3 2019 Market Report for the Carlsbad 92008 AreaSingle Family Detached Homes The third quarter of 2019 for home sales in the Carlsbad 92008 area was busy, with some market shifts as compared to the same period in 2018. In this market report we specifically look at the sales activity for single f...
10/28/2019
Knucklehead Pumpkins - No Need to Carve  We were shopping at Frazier Farms in Oceanside the other day for dinner and I spied these . I thought they were pretty cool just as they are, without the need to carve them up for Halloween, but they could make be pretty interesting  if they were. I don't ...
10/27/2019
Buyers and Sellers – Are You Going to be Traveling? A key question for our buyers and sellers is “are you going to be traveling?” Whether you are in a transaction with a client, or expecting to be, an essential question to ask a buyer or seller is if they are going to be traveling, when, and wher...
10/26/2019
"Never Be Afraid to Reinvent Yourself"  I think the message in this mural by muralist/artist Brett Crawford at the recently opened Windmill Food Hall in Carlsbad is a powerful one, don't you? (sorry about the sunlight on the mural - it was unavoidable at lunchtime!) These readily-recognizable, an...
10/24/2019
October 2019 Carlsbad Art Wall Mural The Carlsbad Art Wall (CAW) was founded by Carlsbad artist, Bryan Snyder, in 2015, in cooperation with the owner of the popular Mexican restaurant, Senor Grubby’s in Carlsbad Village. The wall provides an opportunity for the residents and visitors to enjoy bea...
10/24/2019
Wordless Wednesday: I Like My Water Fresh  Our one cat, Berkeley, likes his water fresh, and running. Multiple times a day, especially right after breakfast, he heads to the downstairs bathroom for a drink of fresh running water.  Since he can't turn the water on (nor does he ever turn it off whe...
10/23/2019
Summer Returns to Carlsbad October 20, 2019 You might think the title a bit odd, but it's true...at least in terms of summer weather being back in Carlsbad.  It was 84 both yesterday and again today, and significantly hotter inland, and absolutely gorgeous days to be at the beach. Indeed, many we...
10/22/2019
The Windmill Food Hall is Open in Carlsbad 2019 Carlsbad’s iconic windmill is turning again, after what seemed like well over a year of standing still.  The windmill, built in 1982, is the site of what was once Pea Soup Andersen’s (that closed and later became TGI Friday’s) and now signals someth...
10/21/2019
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