Super-knowledgeable and professional. Highly recommended! Linda has deep knowledge of, and long experience working in the San Diego housing market. Even at a time when there is almost no inventory nationally, she found and showed us many homes that were beautiful and in our price range. She also had the experience to know how quickly or slowly a house would move, and how we should tailor our offer. She was great!
Highly recommend Linda. She’s very professional, responsive and a great communicator. Linda was also very knowledgeable of the area and was great with lining up inspections, getting bids on work that was needed, etc. - she has a great network of contacts.
I can’t recommend Linda enough regarding her professionalism and expertise as my realtor! Linda’s follow up is impeccable keeping me updated on every aspect of the process as well as willingness to answer all of my questions provided me peace of mind. Her counsel as to prepping the home, setting the price, and marketing it successfully was spot on and gave me confidence that she would get the job done right. Linda was the right choice for selling my home. Thank you Linda!
I can't say enough about Linda. From beginning to end in the process, she handled everything seamlessly and with great enthusiasm. In all my years of dealing with real estate agents, she definitely stands heads and shoulders above the rest. I completely trusted her to take care of all the nuances of a very complicated deal. Moving forward, she is the one I will always choose.
Maybe you thought by now, you would have had the whole life partner thing figured out, but you still haven’t found your person. Maybe you’ve already been married and it just didn’t work out. If so, you’re not alone - only 52% of the U.S. is married. Being single doesn’t have to stop you from the benefits of home ownership. Twenty percent of home buyers are single women and 11% are single men. Read on for three reasons to buy solo.
As we head into the holiday season and begin preparations for family gatherings, homeowners often find themselves reconsidering their needs. Grandparents may find that rather than their children and grandkids coming to see them, it’s much simpler for them to jump on a plane to visit their grandkids for the holidays. Those with adult children may find that their kids would rather use their time off to travel and explore the rest of the world. For those heading into retirement themselves, the holidays may just be the opportunity to begin checking off items on their own bucket lists. All of these situations considered, there comes a time when some homeowners begin to wonder, do we really need all this space? Read on for three signs it may be time to downsize.
Considering putting your home on the market this fall or just looking for ways to brighten your home during shorter days? From fall colors to outdoor lighting to basic home maintenance, you won’t be-leaf the difference that little changes will make!
Divorce is an emotional rollercoaster. Whether one person has already moved out or you’re trying to cohabitate until you’ve decided who is living where and getting what, feelings have a way of spilling out even if you don’t intend them to. As a Realtor with both personal and professional divorce experience, I’ve been on both sides of the table; I’ve been through the splitting up of assets in my own divorce and advised my divorcing clients through the sales of their homes. Read on for three lessons I learned in the process.
Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself. – George Bernard Shaw. As first-time college students head off to the dorms this fall, many parents will be finding themselves with space and free time they haven’t had in a long while. Life as an empty nester can be exciting and intimidating at once. If you’re struggling in a home that is suddenly far too tranquil, read on for ways to conquer the quiet.
"Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards." ―Vernon Sanders Law. As another group of students head off to college this fall, it has those of us in the older generation reflecting on the lessons we learned later in life that we wish we’d known when we were heading off to college. What would we tell our younger selves if we had the chance?
Picture yourself stepping outside your home and walking down to the shore for a morning surf or entertaining friends on your deck while watching the sun descend into an orange tinted horizon, the sound of waves your background music. For many, a San Diego beach home with whitewater views and sand access is the ultimate dream, but environmental considerations and unique related costs can make the reality of buying at the beach seem less than idyllic. Whether you’re shopping for a rental home or a forever home to enjoy your family, it's crucial to educate yourself on how to best protect your investment.
Whether you live out-of-state and you’re looking for a vacation home in San Diego or you’re a local San Diegan hoping to invest in a short-term rental property - a beach home is an excellent way to put your money to work for you! However, before you buy, it’s important to familiarize yourself with San Diego County’s Short-Term Residential Ordinances. Read on for a brief introduction to each coastal city’s policies.
With Father’s Day just behind us and warm weather ahead, summer is an ideal time for re-examining how our homes serve our dads. Far evolved from the "man cave," today’s favored parts of the home include the home gym, outdoor kitchen and dining areas, and game rooms that go beyond merely watching sports to honing one's own skills. Read on for ideas on how to optimize the areas where dads and men spend their time!
So you’ve just graduated college and you’re starting your new career. While this new income and increased free time may come with a feeling of freedom, for some graduates being suddenly untethered from a structured path can also lead quickly to a sense that you are drifting aimlessly. So how do you balance this desire to seize the moment while still keeping your eye on the future?