The fun at Dog Beach in Del Mar has to be the equivalent of a canine Disneyland. Even if you don’t own a dog, or can’t borrow one for the day, it’s worth a trip to Dog Beach to see the dogs bark gleefully, play fetch, romp with one another and splash in the waves.
There seems to be a coyote problem in San Diego–and especially in Carlsbad lately. Or perhaps it just seems so because of our keen focus on Carlsbad real estate. A month or so ago, one of our clients in La Costa Valley lost their dog to a coyote who managed to jump a six-foot fence
by Roberta Murphy This morning, Scott and I attended a very interesting conference hosted by Craig Sewing and where we were privileged to hear Alan Nevin, a leading San Diego real estate economist, speak on the future of the San Diego real estate market. And rather than putting together a cohesive article, I will share key points
Editor’s Note: Carlsbad, CA–Dione Lamm is one of the brightest women I have ever met and is very knowledgeable about autism. In addition to having been a simultaneous translator for the United Nations, she is a wonderful mother and wife, an interior designer, a quick wit an energetic student of life–and now a San Diego
by Roberta Murphy Is San Diego a bargain for international buyers? Thinking of shopping for a luxury home outside San Diego? Wondering what $1 million will get you elsewhere? 1. In London, you’ll get 328 square feet. 2. In Paris, you’ll do better with 522 square feet. 3. In Tokyo, you can really spread out