by Roberta Murphy I’m embarrassed to admit that like most in San Diego, I hop into the car to shop for groceries, pick up dry cleaning, take the dog for grooming–and of course, to buy more gas. Many more miles are driven previewing homes for sale, showing homes, photographing homes and neighborhoods, and listing homes.
by Roberta Murphy How walkable is your neighborhood? With San Diego gas prices going through the ceiling, interest is building for homes that are in walking distance to shopping, theaters, schools and other local destinations. In the past, many of these properties were shunned by home buyers because of traffic noise and “urban noise.” These days,