What Song are YOU Singing?

I was listening to a Journey song recently and one phrase in particular struck me and got me thinking: "some were born to sing the blues." Have you ever thought about this? We all have songs that we sing, songs that can describe us. They may not have … [Read more...]

California Helps Struggling Homeowners

The federal plans to assist homeowners who are facing foreclosure or are underwater with their mortgages, specifically the Home Affordability Modification Program (HAMP) have not lived up to promises. States are  now realizing that it is up to … [Read more...]

How Affordable is the San Diego Housing Market?

In case you were wondering, or if you have been sitting on the sidelines waiting to purchase a home in San Diego county, here is some fantastic news: housing affordability in San Diego reached a record high last quarter. Combined with other factors, … [Read more...]

What You Need to Know When Buying Property at Auction

Trustee auctions have become popular in many areas due to the large number of foreclosure properties. It used to be that no one but the lender who holds the note showed up at the auction, but nowadays many investors and buyers are doing so. It can be … [Read more...]

The Unloyal Client

I love being a Realtor, and I especially love using my experience and background to make a difference in helping others. Like many businesses  involving sales, the hope is that when you serve people well they will remain loyal to you, but many … [Read more...]

Do You Have Klout?

Well, do you? If not, you need to get it! If you have no idea what I am talking about let me explain. Klout is the future--it is where internet savvy people will go to check you out and find out who are the informative leaders in your field. Klout … [Read more...]

Social Media Etiquette 101

If you use social media it is imperative you know your manners. So many people write things on Facebook, Twitter and other sites that clearly indicate they did not think before posting. In fact, one of the hardest things to teach our … [Read more...]

San Diego's February Calendar of Events

San Diego Museum Month:  Half-Off Admission, February 1 - 28 During February, pick up a free Museum Month Pass at San Diego area Macy's and you (plus 3 guests) will receive half-off admission at 40 of San Diego County's greatest museums! From … [Read more...]

From McMansions to Ghost Towns?

There has been much attention drawn lately to the fact that many homeowners are opting to downsize, and new buyers are choosing smaller homes. According to several recent articles, gone are the days of the so called "McMansion." Unfortunately this … [Read more...]

Move Over Google…There's a New Player in Town

Google has been the top search engine for a long time, but may not be so for long. Qwiki has made it's debut, and while still in it's beta phase it promises to change the way we search for information. Qwiki is an interactive platform, which means … [Read more...]

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