Posted by Daniel Beer on Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 2:05 PMBy Daniel Beer / September 18, 2014Comment
Enjoy sunshine and tranquility in this Jim Hight constructed Santaluz residence that sits against an open space preserve. Located within the Poway Unified School District, this expertly crafted 4 bedroom plus bonus room, 4 bathroom home also boasts an office, formal dining room with a custom painted ceiling, as well as a game room and theater room for in-home entertainment. Take advantage of the indoor-outdoor flow by opening the pocket doors from the grand living room to the back courtyard and entertain your family and friends with an amazing built-in outdoor kitchen and barbecue entertainment area - complete with brick oven - all located next to the gorgeous walk-in pool!
Posted by Daniel Beer on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 5:46 PMBy Daniel Beer / September 16, 2014Comment
Beautiful former design center 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home, complete with well-appointed kitchen and Torreon Stone Master Bath. The master bedroom boasts a balcony with a spectacular view of the mountains! Located in the Poway School District and within walking distance of the park and the pool, this is a great family home! The kitchen overlooks the living room so that you are never too far away from all the family fun. Finishing it all off is the large and inviting built in patio and barbecue island in the back yard that is perfect for entertaining!
Posted by Daniel Beer on Friday, September 12, 2014 at 10:46 AMBy Daniel Beer / September 12, 2014Comment
Where is the San Diego housing market heading? Considering the average days on market in San Diego County is 39 days, we believe we're seeing the first normal market in over 10 years. In our latest video we look at the major market trends we've in San Diego and how that's led us to the balance and stability we're seeing today.
This is the first time we've seen a normal market here in San Diego since we first started selling real estate in 2005. From that time until sometime in 2007, there was a mad dash to the market. Everyone wanted to buy - there were multiple offer situations and bidding wars left and right.
Then came 2008 and the crash of the financial markets. It wasn't a slow descent from the height of the market frenzy - the market was pushed off a cliff. Buying and selling real estate became incredibly difficult; buyers and sellers were so far apart during this time we couldn't even get them together for a rational conversation. Financing wasn't there and home prices had plummeted. It was tough.
Around 2013, however, the market snapped back. It was a quick rebound from the market's low point in 2012. People who bought during that time were able to turn around and sell a year later, some seeing returns up to 22%. We were seeing bidding wars and multiple offers like we were in 2005. The market...
Posted by Daniel Beer on Monday, September 8, 2014 at 9:17 AMBy Daniel Beer / September 8, 2014Comment
Have you always wanted to build your home from the ground up, and the concept just seems too daunting? Building your new construction home is actually something that can be accomplished with 6 simple steps. Check out the checklist below!