For a long time, I’ve been on a crusade against the status quo, or doing the same things everyone else does and acting average. That kind of mentality is something that’s pushed on us by our government, our education system, and the media. I’m uncomfortable with my life in the hands of amateurs. I’m a Realtor, and in my own industry...
Posted by Daniel Beer on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 7:45 AMBy Daniel Beer / September 28, 2016Comment
Depending on where you live, housing prices may have shot up over the past year. While this is great for homeowners — and a positive sign for the economy in general — it can be disheartening if you're finding yourself priced out of favorite neighborhoods or home styles.
If the real estate market’s getting you down, cheer up! This may be an opportunity to open up to a whole array of homes that are somewhat smaller than what you thought your dream home would be. Buying a smaller home comes with all kinds of hidden advantages. Consider the bright sides of buying a little less space....
Posted by Casey Miller on Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 1:10 PMBy Casey Miller / May 5, 2016Comment
Story written by: Jennifer Scott
Recently, I was having a tough time bouncing back. The obstacles in my life had beaten me down, and it was difficult to find the motivation to get back on track. My good friend invited me to stay with her in San Diego to get some perspective, and since I’d never been to the west coast I excitedly accepted. Little did I know that the city would heal me in ways I couldn’t imagine!
Posted by Daniel Beer on Monday, January 26, 2015 at 12:59 PMBy Daniel Beer / January 26, 2015Comment
We as a society are obsessed with celebrities and Hollywood glitz and glamour. “Location, location, location” is a term used in real estate sales. A home can be dressed up and changed, but its location can never be changed… or can it? The status of some properties are greatly elevated, and become more than prime real estate after being used in a TV show or movie.
There are many homes have become icons thanks to the TV shows and movies that have made them famous. Here are some real homes that have been used in some of our favorite recognizable movies. It’s interesting to see how the home was used for the movie, home sale prices, current home status and trivial bits of information.
Many famous houses and apartment buildings are available for fans to tour. The apartments used...
Posted by Daniel Beer on Friday, April 18, 2014 at 3:55 PMBy Daniel Beer / April 18, 2014Comment
We at The Daniel Beer Group remain grateful for each of our client’s trust and belief in us to serve your real estate needs. As a gesture of our appreciation, we recently held our Client Appreciation Bash at Cucina Enoteca in Del Mar. A great time was had by all, and we would like to share some moments from our time together sharing stories over drinks and eats!
Posted by Daniel Beer on Thursday, December 26, 2013 at 12:03:34 AMBy Daniel Beer / December 26, 2013Comment
Raising a family can be full of tough choices: Finding the perfect place for your family to live and grow is one of the hardest and most si-highlight--primary decisions you will ever make. With the wonderfully diverse communities, great schools and plentiful opportunities that San Diego has to offer, it can be challenge to decide where to put down roots. Luckily, San Diego has many strong, community-oriented neighborhoods that can provide your family with the perfect start towards a bright and prosperous future.
San Elijo Hills
A masterfully planned community, San Elijo provides a delightful small town atmosphere while enjoying convenient access to everything that San Diego has to offer. Focused on providing a safe and friendly environment for families to live, grow and thrive, San Elijo Hills boasts a 19-acre community park with a soccer field, two baseball fields and plenty of area to play and have picnics....
Posted by Daniel Beer on Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 10:22 PMBy Daniel Beer / February 10, 2013Comment
As the second-largest city in California and home to over 1.3 million people, San Diego is a thriving multicultural hub rich in history, substance and potential. This exciting metropolitan area offers a fascinating variety of diverse neighborhoods, each with its own special charm and sense of style. For lovers of culture, art and music who long for a passionately creative environment, a handful of neighborhoods rise above the rest.
Gaslamp City Square
As the "historic heart of downtown San Diego", the Gaslamp Quarter is nearly 20 blocks of Victorian-style facades featuring funky boutiques, trendy restaurants and lively entertainment. Once upon a time, the Gaslamp Quarter served as the "red light" district of the city. Over 100 years later, this district has established itself as a local hot spot with over 40 nightclubs, 100 restaurants and numerous art galleries...
Posted by Daniel Beer on Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 4:52 AMBy Daniel Beer / February 10, 2013Comment
Santaluz, a gated community about 25 miles north of San Diego, California, is a terrific place for families to live. There are many activities, programs and happenings for kids to be involved. Various events and activities for children are as follows.
One of the most popular events in Santaluz is the annual Children’s Winter Holiday Celebration. In this celebration, kids come and participate in various craft making activities that feature various themes of the season including Christmas, snow, Santa and more. Children have the opportunity of decorating cookies with sprinkles, frosting and other toppings. Families and individuals coming to the event can enjoy Christmas and other holiday music. In addition to this, Santa Claus stops by and is available for having his picture taken with kids. He is always willing to hear what kids want for Christmas.
The Spring Fling & Dash on the Grass brings the community together...