Are home prices down in San Diego–or not? Today’s San Diego Union Tribune noted that San Diego home prices had softened a bit over the month of September, with countywide median home prices standing at $456,750 for the month of October. Overall, though, home prices in San Diego County are up 4 percent year-over-year. Thr
Zurple Acquired by Constellation Software Carlsbad, CA–Zurple, a favorite real estate lead and client management system located in Carlsbad, CA–and recently named by Inc.Magazine as the 3rd fastest growing software company in America–has been acquired by Constellation Software for an undisclosed price. We hope the price was stellar and that founder Ryan Owen and his
Rare La Costa Luxury Home: 7342 Corte Tomillo in La Costa Oaks. Carlsbad real estate agents are buzzing about this spectacular luxury home sitting high in the hills. It’s a true rarity among San Diego homes for sale! You see, this La Costa luxury home is sited, built and designed for entertaining on both a cozy
10 Tips for Kitchen Decluttering The Carlsbad real estate market is currently on fire, but that doesn’t mean you can ignore the heart of your San Diego home for sale–the kitchen–if you want top dollar or even a fast sale. I’m always on the hunt for client housekeeping tips that will either help a home
Thinking of selling and upgrading your Carlsbad home–or just updating it as a DIY (do it yourself) or using a contractor? These are questions our San Diego real estate clients ask us on a regular basis–and our answers will vary depending upon expertise and determination of the homeowner. Perhaps you’re preparing your home for sale in
The San Diego real estate market and agent search is shaping up for some big changes–at least in the home search arena. Zillow and Trulia may be (or have been) the real estate search monsters in San Diego, but their sites now remind me of Swiss cheese–with big holes. You see, San Diego’s MLS, Sandicor,
Are you bothered by pesky ants in your kitchen and bath? In addition to summer fruit flies, it seems that with every change in weather or temperature, ants come marching in lines seeking goodies in our Carlsbad home. I hate the idea of poisonous sprays and have had marginal success with those widely-available little plastic ant traps.