by Roberta Murphy It’s been a long day, and I owe a debt of gratitude to Varsity Team San Diego real estate agents who aren’t afraid to share vital information about pending sales. The San Diego real estate market is hot, and appraisers can barely keep up with rising values fueled by hungry buyers and
When showing homes, it’s often the smallest room that can tip the scale on whether a buyer decides to make an offer or not: Master Bedroom Closet We were recently previewing an Encinitas Ranch home with La Costa clients. The home was exquisite in every way, but client was dismayed with the elegantly-appointed master closet
San Diego real estate investors continue to wonder where the market bottom is with San Diego real estate. Home buyers in outlying San Diego communities such as Del Mar, Solana Beach, Encinitas, Rancho Santa Fe, Carlsbad, San Marcos, Vista and Oceanside have the same real estate questions.
by Roberta Murphy This article was written circa 2007, when the San Diego real estate market had started with a decline in home prices. Little did we know how serious the problem would become. The Encinitas Ranch home referenced eventually closed at a price near $800,000. Yesterday’s Union Tribune headlined a story about San Diego