Sold for more than next door. Why? Powerful marketing and prospecting.
Our clients were renting while their home was on the market and as time went by, they quickly became tired of paying the bills for two properties. As soon as the Daniel Beer Group took matters into their own hands, the home selling process instantly became more ecient and moved along much faster.
Why? Because our unique 5 Day Blitz™ program allows us to sell homes fast and for top dollar using aggressive marketing and proactive prospecting. We employ a mix of old fashioned hard work and cutting edge innovation using the latest marketing tools, which is why our client's home was sold after being on the market for just 5 days.
Our team is proud to have sold this beautiful home in such a short period of time and our clients were thrilled with the results of our dedicated home selling strategies.
If you are selling your home or looking to buy in the near future and prefer a knowledgeable, productive and results-driven real estate team, call us today at 858-465-7913.
Growing up with a two-time World Series baseball champion as a dad and a local model and designer as a mom, 11 year old Raquel Justice has always been used to a different lifestyle. However, her world is about to change even more in an incredible way now that she has landed a significant role in ABC Family’s, soon to be known as Freeform, newest show Recovery Road.
Raquel was on her way to her second call back for a lead role in a Disney show when the ABC Family casting agents noticed her adorable features and ideal look for the young version of the lead character Maddie. After struggling to find the right young actress for this role, the ABC Family casting agents saw Raquel in the elevator and asked her to come back for a cold read. Soon after she did exactly that and booked it.
Recovery Road focuses on Maddie, a party girl dealing with addiction who makes a life changing decision to live with other recovering addicts at a rehab facility on top of dealing with the daily pressures of being a teenager. Raquel is playing the young version of Maddie throughout the entire first season. Her role will potentially become a reoccurring role on the show.
Raquel has only been in the acting business for less than a year, but has already accomplished so much. To gain more experience, she practices with her favorite acting studio based out of L.A., Gray Studios, and also participates in workshops throughout San Diego. When asked what her favorite part of acting is, Raquel responded, “I love the challenge, friends I meet on set and being able to express myself.”
A big part of purchasing a home is doing your due diligence and properly investigating the substantial purchase you are making. Upon opening up escrow on your new home, you will begin to receive disclosure documents of the seller's knowledge of the home (repairs, remodels, etc.) since they have owned it. In addition to the seller's disclosures, you will also have the right to hire an inspector of your choosing to fully inspect the home for you. This is a very crucial part of the home buying process.
A few months back, I opened escrow with a client on a home off the I-15 corridor. The home appeared to be turn-key and in good condition. The home was nicely staged and had beautiful cosmetic upgrades throughout, including a new kitchen and flooring. My client was drawn to the home’s new materials and color scheme. We opened escrow and were able to negotiate favorable terms. We then received disclosures documenting all the work that had been done to the home and it turned out the home had been an investment. The sellers had bought the home and converted the dated older construction into the modernized floor plan we were now seeing.
During the inspection appointment, the inspector noted HVAC, plumbing and electrical were in all good working order. However, while walking through the home and doing some further testing, the inspector determined that the flooring seemed uneven. As such he recommended that it be further inspected by a licensed foundation expert. A few days later, we sent out a foundation expert to complete the evaluation...
I just wanted to quickly remind you that the next round of our home selling workshops is coming up. On February 16, 17, and 18, we are offering workshops during the lunchtime hours and after work hours in different locations around the county. Hopefully, this flexible scheduling will allow you to make one of these sessions.
If you're thinking about selling your home and want to find a smarter process than the methods used by traditional agents, you'll find this workshop very helpful. We'll also be covering the types of repairs and upgrades you should or should not make before listing your home, staging strategies that will help your home show better, and how to use the buyer's psychology in your favor to create a negotiating advantage.
These are the same workshops endorsed by Jeff and the Showgram on KyXy, George Chamberlin on 600 KOGO, as well as Dennis Prager.You'll walk away from them with actionable information that you can implement in the sale of your home. It's a better and smarter process that led directly to the 119 closings in 2015 alone. It would take the average agent 32 years to do that kind of protection, so the success rate speaks for itself.
Again, these workshops take place on February 16, 17, and 18! Tickets are free and often go pretty fast, so don't hesitate to reach out to us soon. Call or email us in order to RSVP for these incredibly informative events. You can call ...
As we enter the first quarter of the year, most potential home sellers make the mistake of falling into that groupthink mentality that says spring and summer are the best times to sell.
If you actually look at the numbers, the absorption rate is either the same or better in the winter quarter. There are fewer homes on the market this time of year, which means less competition for you. If you wait until spring or summer, more properties will come on the market, making it more difficult for your property to stand out.
Plus, San Diego has a year-round real estate market. Don't listen to the media. CNN and other broadcasting networks operate on that groupthink mentality that doesn't line up with the San Diego market.
If you're interested in selling, give me a call or send me an email. I'll sit down with you and go over the raw data for your neighborhood. We can pinpoint the best time for you to sell your home. I look forward to hearing from you!
At the end of last year, the U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, announced that Poway Unified School District’s Deer Canyon Elementary School is now recognized as a 2015 National Blue Ribbon School. Among 331 other schools across the nation, Deer Canyon Elementary School is “leading their students to the highest levels of achievement and making outstanding progress in closing achievement gaps.”
For this recognition, the Board of Education represents public, non-public, traditional, charter and magnet schools in 44 different states, all of which prove that diversity shows that excellence isn’t limited to certain students or neighborhoods. More importantly, the selected National Blue Ribbon Schools demonstrate that challenges of all kinds can be overcome.
Deer Canyon Elementary School is located in the community of Rancho Penasquitos and is led by Principal Terry Worthington and an amazing administrative staff. Principal Worthington has been a part of the Deer Canyon Elementary School family for 8 years. When asked how Deer Canyon celebrated being named as a 2015 National Blue Ribbon School, Worthington said “We have shared our good news through our local newsletter, Echoes and a morning announcement when the initial announcement was made. We celebrated at our First Flag school-wide assembly in November and were recognized by the County Board of Education at their November meeting.” Worthington also stated that they now can proudly fly the National Blue Ribbon Award flag in front of their school each day along with a special...