The Greenest of Conservation Solutions

HISTORIC PRESERVATION By Alana Coons, SOHO San Diego pre•ser•va•tion – The activity of protecting something from loss or danger, an occurrence of improvement by virtue of preventing loss or injury or other change  con•ser•va•tion – Preservation or restoration from loss, damage, or neglect  sus•tain – To keep in existence; maintain  The words preservation and conservation […]

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4 Surprising Things Real Estate Photographers Have Seen in Homes for Sale

Article From: Apartment Therapy We all have that house we’ll never forget. Real estate photographers tour countless houses, capturing a home in its best light to produce invaluable images that will make or break a home’s sale. I spoke with real estate photographers from across the country about some of their most memorable photoshoots, and their […]

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How They Work for Your Community What is a Historic District? “A historic district means a significant concentration, linkage or continuity of sites, buildings, structures that are united historically, geographically or aesthetically by plan or physical development and that have a special character, historical interest, cultural or aesthetic value, or that represent one or more architectural […]

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Why a Pandemic, a Recession, and Protests Aren’t Keeping The Housing Market From Roaring Back

The housing market is back—and then some. Despite the crippling and ongoing coronavirus pandemic, millions out of work, a recession, a national reckoning over systematic racism, and a highly contentious presidential election just around the corner, the residential real estate market is staging an astonishing rebound. Median home prices shot up 6.2% year over year […]

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Fair Housing

My passion for all things housing related, and human rights in general, prompts me to reflect on the history of fair housing and issue this reminder of what fair housing is- it is more than a list of dos and don’ts, rights and penalties, and mandatory education for REALTORS®. As stewards of the right to […]

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3675 8th Avenue – William S. Hebbard Original Home is a Golden Opportunity

This William S. Hebbard original is a golden opportunity! Located in the heart of Hillcrest, the Blankenburg Residence is rich with the craftsmanship of a master architect (recognized perhaps most for his work with Irving Gill on the Marston House) & the provenance of generations of the fascinating family that made it their home. Over $300K […]

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How to Save Water in Your Home

From the City of San Diego  Most people aren’t aware of how many gallons of water the average household uses each week. In San Diego, a typical household uses around 14 hundred cubic feet (HCF) of water a month (more in the summer, less in the winter.) One HCF of water is equal to 748 […]

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