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So I have written about La Mesa before, mainly because it’s home and I love living here! With this post I wanted to focus specifically on the Downtown La Mesa Village. Talk about Main St. USA! La Mesa Village is a quaint area with many shops, restaurants, bars, and cafe’s. It’s a great place to […]
Let’s face it…the Holiday Season is busy! Thanksgiving really sneaks up on us, then the shopping rush begins, presents to buy, family coming into town or maybe you are planning to leave town. So why add the stress of buying or selling a home to the “To-Do” list at this time of year? Well for […]
It’s no secret that real estate is making a comeback. I have written recently about inventory levels dropping to similar levels as 2003, which is when the big run-up in prices started. While that same level of price increase has not happened, yet, there is no doubt that activity is picking up and one of […]
My goal is to always bring you relevant, street level information about real estate. This post is based on not just what I see, but experience everyday in the community. The frustrations of my clients and other real estate agents are real, and my hope is to encourage you to seek the best information possible. […]
Deal or no deal? When it comes to real estate there is only one thing that really matters…Closing! It’s what all the players want and strive toward. Everyone wants to close! The trick, of course, is to navigate the many pitfalls along the way so everyone gets what they want. After nearly 20 years of […]
I have a special affinity for the Bankers Hill area of San Diego. Also known as Park West, this old neighborhood is filled with stylish architecture, hip (and often hidden) restaurants, and maybe more law offices per capita than anywhere else in town! Located just west of Balboa Park, Bankers Hill is a great little […]
Metro San Diego is made oup of several very distinct neighborhoods. Today we’ll explore Normal Heights. Normal Heights is sandwiched between Kensington to the east and University Heights to the west, and it is the funkiest of the two. Where Kensington is upper class and Uni Heights is quiet, Normal Heights is diverse, blue collar, […]