Selling one’s home is a big step. Maybe it’s the place where toddlers took first steps or first Christmases were celebrated. Perhaps it has been the stage for goodbyes as now-grown children head into the world. Maybe it was the backdrop for wedding receptions that started a whole new life for new adults ready to […]Read More..
Selling a home can be a challenging and overwhelming process. It’s a process that involves a lot of expertise, a lot of time, and a lot of resources. Because of this, it’s often worth every penny to enlist the services of a real estate agent. Here are the top reasons to do so. 1) They […]Read More..
In 1964, the Rolling Stones crooned that “time is on my side.” While this is all well and good for rock and roll, time generally isn’t on one’s side in the real world. Time flies, whether one is having fun or not. And time is definitely not something a person has when they need to […]Read More..
San Francisco sits as a jewel on the northern California coastline. Today, the city is a bustling destination for visitors from all over the world. Houses for sale in the Bay Area literally go like hotcakes and for top dollar. Everyone wants to be here! Throughout its history, San Francisco has drawn in people of […]Read More..
As the Baby Boomer generation approaches their 60’s, more and more older Americans are taking stock on what the future holds for them and their living situations. Many are downsizing to homes that are simply more manageable, and others are relocating to areas ripe with sunshine and temperate weather forecasts. Searching for the home that […]Read More..
When searching for real estate in the Bay Area, there are lots of things to consider. One’s home is a place where there should be safety from the world and from the stressors at work, and the decision is not one to be made lightly. Here is a list of things to think about before […]Read More..
For years, life in California has seemed like an elusive dream worth pursuing. Folk rock group The Mamas and The Papas sang about the California dream in the 1960’s, along with countless other musicians and poets wishing they could live there. And why not? There are lots of great reasons to love life in California. […]Read More..
The city of San Diego is a premier destination for millions of visitors looking for fun in the sun each year. It’s proximity to L.A. and Mexico, along with its temperate climate and plethora of things to do, make it a great location for family vacations, girls’ weekends away, guys’ trips, and anything else imaginable. […]Read More..
The “City by the Bay” is known around the world as the commercial, financial and cultural center of the Northern California region. The city covers over 45 square miles and sits on the Pacific Ocean. ‘Frisco’ is also considered a consolidated city-county and is the fifth most densely populated county in the country, only falling […]Read More..
San Diego has been called the birthplace of California and for good reason. Originally home to the Kumeyaay tribe, it was the first West Coast location visited by Europeans. Today, the city is home to over a million people from all different backgrounds, and being adjacent to Mexico and just 120 miles from L.A., it’s […]Read More..