by Roberta Murphy Might we have a Rancho Santa Fe homeowner seeking over 100 beautiful and organic acres just outside Carmel in Northern California–as a real estate exchange for a home in the Ranch? Very specifically,we have a Carmel Valley homeowner seeking Rancho Santa Fe real estate with a value ranging from $1.5 to 2.8
Should Rancho Santa Fe Homes and Land be Incorporated as a City or Remain in San Diego County?
Wendy Barbour is a recent addition to San Diego Previews Real Estate. She brings with her an impressive San Diego real estate resume and extensive knowledge of San Diego’s urban and beach living. She is passionate about San Diego real estate and homes, and chose to write her first article here about the statement fine gates
Elegant Rancho Santa Fe golf estate going onto the San Diego Real estate market and MLS. Great frontage on the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Course.
by Roberta Murphy How fares the Rancho Santa Fe real estate market? San Diego’s high end coastal North County is surviving the real estate storm fairly well at least compared to the rest of San Diego County. We’ve had a surge of buyer interest in Rancho Santa Fe real estate lately, and the folks at
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
San Diego investors search for Rancho Santa Fe real estate bargains in the RSF Covenant, Del Rayo Downs, Cielo (92091), Fairbanks Ranch and Morgan Run (Whispering Palms)
by Scott Murphy Many top executives at large investment banking firms will be depositing some jumbo bonuses by the end of this month–and I can’t help but wonder if San Diego real estate and luxury home sales will also get a boost from this largesse. Despite an overall bonus decrease of 10% due to months