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A San Diego Realtor's blog that is usually focused on all things related to real estate--and which occasionally veers off the road
It may be hard to consider any Rancho Santa Fe (92067) real estate a bargain, when single family Rancho Santa Fe homes start at $1.15 million and currently peak at $29.9 million. Moreover, only 16 of the current 167 active listings in RSF are priced under $2 million. Hardly the bargain bin of rea...
If you are thinking of moving to La Jolla, you must already know that it is one of the most spectacular locales in the world. Some cities are the embodiment of luxury, and La Jolla, California is no exception. Coastal La Jolla is  paradise for both the traveler and the resident. Sitting just nort...
Bob Dyson is a real estate legend who recently launched Sotheby’s real estate offices in the San Diego, Palm Springs and Las Vegas markets. He has kindly agreed to share some exciting news about a new real estate exchange program that is set to rock the San Diego real estate market mid-January. ...
Today, Realogy is announcing that will become available to all real estate brokers, which should send up a collective cheer from home sellers around the country. The site will be comprehensive, easy-to-use, and postings will come from an automated feed from each broker’s office. Rea...
Back in late November or early December, I had tried to snag six tickets for one of Cirque de Soleil’s Corteo upcoming performances in Del Mar, but they were sold out–at least for anything approaching normal tickets. Bummer, thought I. What a great Christmas gift it would be for the family and f...
It’s fun to peer into the crystal ball and try to divine what fortunes lie ahead. It also helps when you have a visionary providing some tips and guidance. Pat Kitano and Kevin Boer are two visionaries worth following, and they are convinced that 2008 will be the Year of the (Authoritative) Blog...
We braced ourselves in San Diego for the torrential downpour and the high winds that have battered San Francisco, Sacramento and Santa Barbara. Instead, at least in the coastal areas, we were blessed with a fairly constant and gentle downpour. It will be enough to green our gardens and hillsides...
I grew up as a military brat, but we never had the good fortune to be transferred to the San Diego area. Had that happened, I don't think we would have wanted to ever leave.What can you expect here?Your home will likely be smaller than where you have lived before, because housing costs are higher...
Say what? In 2004, San Diego real estate was ranked as the least affordable in the United States. Thousands of San Diegans, priced out of the coastal market, moved to Temecula, Murietta and other outlying and inland areas where homes were more affordable. These days, according to the National As...
This morning I sat in on a blogging webinar hosted by Kevin Boer and Pat Kitano. They covered some great stuff, but I had to chuckle when Kevin asked the students to write about how California’s errant golf ball disclosure came into being. An errant golf ball disclosure may seem like an incredibl...

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