San Diego Real Estate Blog

  • Three Home Safety Features You Should Keep Up To Date

    BY Sasha Harvey

    In the midst of all the summer activities, there are a few things you should add to your to-do list to keep you and your family safe in your home. Here are three: Fire Extinguishers If you don't have a fire extinguisher, you should get one. Ins...

  • 10 Quick Tips for a Quick Sale

    BY Sasha Harvey

    If you want a quick sale, you still have to do some work, even in hot markets like now. When you're in a hurry to sell and you need top dollar, try some of these tips: Have us evaluate your home. As full-time real estate professionals with ...

  • Creating Summer Buyer Attraction

    BY Sasha Harvey

    Summer is a great time to invest in outdoor upgrades and indoor options that make your home appealing to buyers. Home buyers in San Diego always respond quickly to outdoor amenities when scoping out homes to purchase. Creating outdoor living areas an...

  • Can I Afford to Be a Landlord?

    BY Sasha Harvey

    According to Freddie Mac, the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC), multifamily rent growth should level out to its long-term average performance as interest rates increase. That does not mean that investing in a multifamily property is a b...

  • How Does a Pool Affect My Home Value?

    BY Sasha Harvey

    As temperatures begin to rise, the lure of sparkling sunlight reflected off rippling blue water draws many homeowners to invest in an in-ground pool. That a pool adds to one's quality of life, there is no doubt. When it comes to adding value to your ...

  • First Thing’s First … Choosing Your New Neighborhood

    BY Sasha Harvey

    With all of the tools available online and off for finding your new home, you can spend lots of time thinking about the type of house you want, planning how many bedrooms, what type of flooring, what appliances come with the kitchen, and if it has a ...

  • Design Trends in New Homes

    BY Sasha Harvey

    When the housing market rebounded, so did home builders eager to show off their design skills. Buyers expect that newly constructed homes will be safer and more energy efficient, but they’re also looking for homes that meet the needs of the more mo...

  • Smart Selling to Today’s Homebuyers

    BY Sasha Harvey

    If you're considering selling your house now that the housing market is improving, you must take into account how much buyers have changed what they look for, in today's society of information. During the past six years, major adjustments in how b...

  • What Gen Y Looks for in a Home to Buy

    BY Sasha Harvey

    If you've lived in your home for some time, you notice when the neighborhood around you is changing to a younger demographic. Thinking this might be a good time to sell, you wonder what was so appealing about the house down the street to the young co...

  • How to Survive Transition

    BY Sasha Harvey

    Timing the closing of your new home purchase with the end of your lease agreement or sale of your existing home is tricky, to say the least. Rarely does it work out that you move directly from one home to another on a "perfect" schedule. During the t...