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4320 Arcadia Street, San Diego, CA 92103 MLS #170058934

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4320 Arcadia Street, San Diego, CA 92103  MLS #170058934

4320 Arcadia Street, San Diego, CA 92103 MLS #170058934 If you’re ready to live in luxury in the middle of Mission Hills, 4320 Arcadia is the home for you.  Nestled on one of the quietest streets in the neighborhood.  This home has everything you could be looking for. 4320 Arcadia has a wonderful open floor plan that’s ripe for entertaining.  Features include, chef’s kitchen with a steam oven, spa like master bathroom with custom stone shower, beautiful views off the back deck of the home, 2 car garage, and so much more....

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San Diego Real Estate–GOP Tax Plan The Beginning of a Recession?

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San Diego Real Estate–GOP Tax Plan The Beginning of a Recession?

San Diego Real Estate–GOP Tax plan the beginning of a recession? Let me first say, I am a real estate agent first and foremost.  That means, I am pro homeownership.  I want you to buy homes because that’s how you build wealth in this country.  However, the new GOP tax plan could be an assault on your wallet. Why?  Well, the 429 Page GOP tax plan called “The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,”  would limit the home mortgage interest from $1 million to $500,000–which helps reduce taxable income for homeowners. This is such a...

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San Diego Real Estate–Buyer Fatigue

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San Diego Real Estate–Buyer Fatigue

San Diego Real Estate–Buyer Fatigue Have you ever heard of buyer fatigue?  Well, if not, don’t worry, not many people have. It is however, a very real thing, especially in this “hot” housing market.   And if you’re in the San Diego housing market–you may be experiencing some buyer fatigue right now. So what exactly is buyer fatigue.  It’s when buyers are so exhausted from being beat out of the home buying process–they either get frustrated and put their home buying process on hold — or...

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San Diego Real Estate–How one woman used 20 Boyfriends to Buy her Home!

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San Diego Real Estate–How one woman used 20 Boyfriends to Buy her Home!

San Diego Real Estate–How one woman used 20 boyfriends to buy her home. I can’t find even one. So, I’m sitting here scratching my head trying to figure out how a woman in China was able to get 20! Not only that, according to the New York Post, she convinced these men to each buy her an iPhone. Once she got them, she sold them for a downpayment for a home. Scam or not, I have to applaud her for her ingenuity. There are thousands of ways to save for a home. That got me thinking, how are we as Americans wasting our hard earned...

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San Diego Real Estate–Who Has to Pay for the Fence

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San Diego Real Estate–Who Has to Pay for the Fence

San Diego Real Estate–Who Has to Pay for the Fence So, you’ve got your new home, things are going well, you’re making repairs, you’ve repainted, probably bought furniture for your new digs–things are going wonderful. There’s just one thing that’s been errking you since you bought your home–and that is… that broken down fence in the backyard.  You know you want to fix it, however, the fence boarder’s your neighbors–who does it belong to? Well, one thing I just learned is that...

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San Diego Real Estate–Fannie Mae is part of the Housing Crisis

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San Diego Real Estate–Fannie Mae is part of the Housing Crisis

Home ownership is at a 50 year low and Fannie Mae may be part of the reason San Diego Real Estate Rents and Home Prices are so out of control.  Why you ask?  Well, Fannie Mae has partnered up with a company called Invitation Homes.  It’s the nation’s largest owner of single family homes for lease. According to REALTOR Magazine–a trade industry publication for REALTORS across the United States–Invitation homes will purchase single family homes in California, Florida, North Carolina and other areas with limited supply....

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REALTOR Vlog–The Open House

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REALTOR Vlog–The Open House

Being a real estate agent isn’t like it is on TV.  In fact, there is a lot that you don’t see happening behind the scenes.  Take a look as I talk you along on my day going through the process of doing an open house. Interested in a career in real estate or wondering something about real estate that you want answered.  Just shoot me a message and I’ll shoot a vlog on it.   Check out homes from $300,000-$400,000 Check out homes from $401,000-$500,000 Check out homes from $501,000-$600,000 Check out homes from $601,000 and...

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San Diego Real Estate–Clearing the Bad Energy

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San Diego Real Estate–Clearing the Bad Energy

Have you ever been attracted to someone when they walk into a room?  Not physically attracted but when they walk in you can actually feel the energy and presence that they bring.  Now ask yourself, have you ever been in a house that just felt weird?  Have you ever walked into a home and was told that it was haunted?  That’s energy.  In fact, if you know anything about physics, you know that everything is energy. You see, when we buy homes or sell homes there is an energy in each and every home.  In some cases, there is bad energy or bad...

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San Diego Real Estate–On the Road Again!

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San Diego Real Estate–On the Road Again!

Traveling is something that many people look forward to.  I love to travel, it’s one of my passions.  However, that leaves some clients and people wondering–how well am I or my transaction going to be cared for while my agent is away? It’s actually quite a good question.  I travel a lot, so, I’ve got this doing business thing on the road down to a science. First, most agents have a team behind them.  That means you’ll never be left in the dark.  For example, myself, I have my broker, transaction coordinator,...

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San Diego Real Estate–Hurricane Harvey Relief

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San Diego Real Estate–Hurricane Harvey Relief

Real estate companies and real estate coaching companies across the country typically have an annual convention of some sort every year.  It’s just what we do.  Keller Williams hosts, every September, our convention called Mega Camp.  It’s an opportunity for us to come together and mastermind and help us grow personally and professionally.  Well, this year in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Keller Williams has decided to change Mega Camp to Mega Relief.  Now, agents from all across the globe are coming together to help those...

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