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.
by Roberta Murphy With the arrival of spring, phones will soon start ringing from buyers in Scottsdale, Las Vegas, Palm Springs and other desert areas. Fearing and knowing the summer heat, they long for a coastal home in San Diego County. Typically, these desert buyers are seeking either a beach-close condo that offers ocean breezes
by Roberta Murphy Luxury Builder, Toll Brothers, claims 2007 to be their worst year ever. If real estate investors are looking for blood in the streets, they had better be wearing galoshes. San Diego short sales and foreclosures make for tough builder competition! Even the fat books of venerable Toll Brothers, Americas largest builder of luxury
by Eve Sieminski The Tale of a Luxurious San Marcos Home Once upon a time, a persnickity home buyer decided to compete with every model home in San Diego County. She felt she could improve on their offerings, and decided to create a real estate masterpiece of her own in lovely San Marcos, just north