Don’t Let Rising Inflation Delay Your Homeownership Plans

Consider me your #1 resource for all things Real Estate! Ready to-Transition from renting to owning? Buy an investment property? Combine households? Upsize or downsize your current home? Sell inherited property? Relocate out of the area? Start a home improvement project? Let’s Talk! Just send me an email or call 619-888-2117. Lisa Ashkins, MA – Broker Associate, […]

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Circa 1960: What real estate agents need to know about housing styles in the 1960s

NOTE: I thought many would find this article interesting even if you are not a real estate agent. BY GERARD SPLENDORE, Inman Housing from the 1960s is characterized by innovations that made residential living more convenient than ever before American housing styles have changed, and continue to change, throughout the country and as homeowners’ tastes and […]

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The Dairies of Mission Valley

When we look at Mission Valley today, and with Civita building out approximately 5000 homes, it’s fun to look back to another time in its history. Many native San Diegan’s remember those days so well often telling stories that should not be forgotten. Article By: San Diego Yesterday The dairy industry was once big business […]

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1920’s Art Deco

BY GERARD SPLENDORE – INMAN American housing styles have changed, and continue to change, throughout the country and as homeowners’ tastes and lifestyles have evolved. As the country has undergone industrial and economic changes, both good and not so good, housing styles have adapted out of necessity.   In this new series, I will walk you through […]

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The Kensington Story

By Michael Good | House Calls San Diego premier Spanish Colonial neighborhood is ready for its close-up in a new picture book For such a quiet, respectable community, Kensington has had its fair share of mystery and intrigue over the years. Neighborhood lore has it that someone on Marlborough Drive forgot to mow his lawn back […]

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SOHO: THIRD SUNDAY TOURS

Join our SOHO expert docents every third Sunday of the month as they tell you stories of the Marston House and its environs and of one of San Diego’s greatest architects, Irving J. Gill. With four great tour choices we understand if you can’t pick just one. Bring your camera and friends.  The health and safety […]

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