by Roberta Murphy Here’s another blog post that has nothing to do with San Diego real estate or homes, but everything to do with walkable shopping areas, phantom galleries and the potential for fine eye candy. Late yesterday, I received a fun call from April Game, CEO and Founder of the San Diego Fine Art
by Roberta Murphy I’ve often wondered about life in downtown Oceanside–and what it would be like. Late yesterday afternoon at a Carlsbad Cinco de Mayo fest, I met two wonderful ladies who had spent the last 20 years with their families living in downtown Oceanside. They spoke of life in downtown Oceanside. Their kids went
by Roberta Murphy San Diego foreclosures and bank REO’s are quickly becoming the top request among many of our San Diego home buyers–so we decided to add a tool that we could use as well. It has become a necessity, because until banks can quickly expedite their short sales and offer them at reasonable prices, most
by Roberta Murphy San Diego real estate foreclosures have hit some new highs. San Diego is full of micro-climates, so why not acknowledge its micro-economies as well? Overall, the San Diego real estate market looks pretty gloomy: There were 3666 San Diego real estate foreclosures during the first quarter of 2008, compared to 1182 during
by Roberta Murphy Encinitas Street Fair scheduled for this weekend! If I can tear myself away from Oceanside Terraces real estate this weekend, you will probably find me wandering around in comfortable shoes, eating fun food and shopping for funky jewelry at one of the 450 vendor booths on Highway 101( between D and J
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by Roberta Murphy How can double offers even be a possibility when the San Diego real estate market has been swirling with dismal reports about short sales, foreclosures and inventory gluts? The markets are particularly bad in San Diego suburbs like Eastlake, Otay Mesa, San Marcos and Oceanside where so many new subdivisions were built
by Roberta Murphy Near-naked butts are fine, but the smoking kind are now off limits at almost all San Diego beaches. The most recent prohibition against butts and smoking on beaches comes from San Diego’s northernmost city, Oceanside. And although tickets are not currently being issued there, signs will be going up after Labor Day
A complete guide to Farmer's Markets throughout San Diego County, including farmer's markets in Carlsbad, Encinitas, La Jolla, Coronado, Oceanside, Del Mar, Solana Beach, and other suburbs of San Diego.