Whether we can afford or not, it is always interesting to follow the luxury market in San Diego real estate to see how it is faring. And this Luxury Report should be interesting. We are turning this little article into a luxury report that will focus not only on San Diego real estate which includes
Lemon trees flourish in San Diego. In fact, they abound in Rancho Santa Fe and other more rural areas. But many homes in San Diego also have their own lemon trees growing in a backyard corner–making for a perfect hot lemon water beverage. Lemons seem to flourish year round in San Diego, and I am sometimes gifted
Do you really, really want to sell your San Diego luxury home? If so, here are some things you and your real estate agent can do to make this happen: 1. Unless you have CCR’s or other laws prohibiting it, consider putting up a sign. And if that’s not possible, make sure your address can
by Roberta Murphy There are luxury homes located in most communities throughout San Diego. In our North County real estate practice, though, our focus is mostly on coastal areas as well as Poway and Santaluz to the east. In almost all luxury commumities, home sales are picking up steam. Two months ago, one of our
San Diego real estate is home to some of the most expensive zip codes in the country.
Rattlesnakes in Rancho Santa Fe? Indeed there are and their bite can be deadly. Here are some precautions every San Diego home and family should take.
Need San Diego Luxury Home! We have a client seeking a San Diego luxury home–or contemporary mansion–for a single week in August. This gentleman is willing to pay $7000 per day for this week, but is very particular about architectural style and amenities. The home must be modern contemporary–and something akin to the Razor Estate,
by Roberta Murphy Wall Street and pundits have been buzzing about how the luxury real estate market has turned cold–even in Manhattan, San Francisco… as well as Rancho Santa Fe. And more than a few are whispering about the great buys to be found–perhaps even in the Rancho Santa Fe real estate market. And one day,
by Roberta Murphy We are working with more first time San Diego home buyers than ever before. We’re also finding bargains for second home buyers in North County, as well as beach properties for some clever investors who have been waiting in the wings. The loaded question: Which areas offer the best deals for single
I started using Twitter a few months ago, and at first had trouble understanding how it could be of benefit to me or my family.This online site allows a maximum of 140 characters for users or “Twitterers” to post their ideas, activities and breaking news. Based on relationship, the value of their Twitters–or simple curiosity,