Monthly Archives: July 2008

Marketing Strategies – Both Sides of the Nickle

With the housing market being described in the news, both local and national, as it is, we tend to become concerned about things like the valuation of our property, mortgage issues, the what ifs concerning jobs etc., or whether or not we should have changed our lifestyle 6 months ago when everything seemed great.  The […]

Shaking Things Up A Bit

In light of the earthquakes that rocked the Los Angeles area, we thought it would be helpful to provide a few safety tips to observe during an earthquake.  We’re doing this for newcomers to the area as well as a reminder to those of us who have been here forever.   1.  If you are […]

MARKETING TIPS FOR HOME SELLERS

It won’t be any surprise to you that at sale time, any home in good physical condition will have a competitive edge over the fixer-upper. Routine maintenance is the best way to prevent major repairs. So if you have been putting them off before, try to make them before selling your home, and you may […]

Do you know your property easements?

 “Chance does nothing that has not been prepared beforehand.”  — Alexis de Tocqueville (1805-1859) Does your property have any easements? Chances are, it does. An easement is the right of another person or entity, such as a public utility or government agency, to use part of your property. Most easements are beneficial, such as utility […]

Our Deepest Fear……………

  “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of […]

Where Else in the Bay Area Can You Buy a House for $200,000?

Phenomenal Richmond location – Spacious floor plan – Three bedrooms, 1.5 bath – Fireplace – Parking for two cars – Large outdoor rear yard – Built in 1949 Nestled on a quiet street in Richmond, near the Civic Center, this spacious residence would be a treat to call home. There are many traditional features in […]

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