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24
Jun

San Diego Real Estate Agent

San Diego Real Estate Agent

Real estate agent San Diego – Bob Schwartz is a San Diego real estate agent – broker with over 3 decades of residential real estate experience.

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Central Library San Diego

If you are considering buying or selling San Diego real estate you are entering into what for most people will be their biggest monetary transaction of their lives. There is a big difference between a California real estate agent and the California real estate broker. Bob Schwartz, is a California real estate broker with over 30 years of residential real estate experience that you can put to use to ensure that you get the best possible deal whether buying or selling real estate in San Diego. Read more »

20
Jun

San Diego MLS lockboxes for Sale

San Diego MLS Lockboxes

San Diego MLS Lockboxes for sale Sentrilock lockbox

San Diego real estate lockbox

Sentrilock San Diego MLS Lockboxes for sale.

I have 10 San Diego MLS lockboxes for sale. Most of these are brand-new and they all have just had their batteries replaced. If you would go into SDAR are to purchase a lockbox like this the cost would be just over $144 each.

I’m selling these at $120 each or if you buy three or more, $110 each.

If interested, call or text 619-286-5604

 

San Diego MLS Lockboxes for sale

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7
Jun

brokerforyou real estate site for sale

brokerforyou real estate site for sale

For best viewing of the pdf below, best to download & then open on your computer:

Just click the arrow symbols on the right side of the border on top of this pdf.

Download the PDF file .

1
Jun

San Diego Home Prices Increase

San Diego Home Prices Increase

The S&P case Shiller home price index was just released yesterday for March 2016. Here in San Diego home prices increase in March by 1% over February. Also, on a year-to-year basis, San Diego home prices increased 6.2%.

In the Los Angeles area the Case-Shiller report showed that home prices increased on a year over year basis by 6.5%. Further north, in San Francisco, home prices on a year-over-year basis in March increased by 8.5%. Lastly, east of us in Phoenix Arizona the Case-Shiller report showed on a year-over-year basis their home prices increased by 5.6%. Read more »

31
May

Home Prices Gain in March

Home Prices Gain

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The S&P Case-Shiller index for March was just released today.On a national basis, this index showed a 5.2% gain from home prices in March 2016. This again was actually down slightly from 5.3% in February.

The highest year-over-year home price gains were shown by Portland, Seattle, and Denver. Portland led the way with a 10.3% year-over-year home price gain. This was followed by Seattle which had a 10.8% gain, and third-place was Denver with a 10% gain.

Here in San Diego California the S&P Case-Shiller index showed that for March our home prices increase by 1% from February 2016. On a year-over-year basis, San Diego’s home prices gained 6.2%. Read more »

28
May

Memorial Day 2016

Memorial Day Tribute

We pause to take solemn remembrance of the men and women who have given their lives for their country and for their loved ones who have suffered a great loss here at home. To all those serving or have served in the military, we appreciate your service to our country.

Memorial Day Tribute

20
May

Real Estate Neighborhood Income Diversity

Real Estate Neighborhood Income Diversity

If you read my post yesterday, save your time and skip this video. This video is just basically a transcription of my post yesterday into video format.

 

 

 

 

Real Estate Neighborhood Income Diversity
19
May

San Diego Real Estate Neighborhood Income Diversity

San Diego Real Estate Neighborhood Income Diversity

San Diego Real Estate

San Diego real estate neighborhood diversity may soon be coming to your neighborhood! What I’m talking about here is income diversity. Yes, this is the latest ‘under the radar’ utopian social engineering being pushed by the Obama administration.

The administration is using the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to implement the new neighborhood income diversity program. The Obama administration is moving to implement income housing diversity in the upscale and wealthier neighborhoods across the country.

These new HUD regulations which were quietly implemented  last year, are applicable to all cities and communities that accept HUD funds for low-income affordable housing developments, currently, there are approximately 1250 communities nationwide (including San Diego County) that would be affected under these new regulations. Read more »

15
May

Is America headed for an imminent recession?

Are we near an imminent recession?

Jim Rogers America’s İmminent Recession, America’s Tax System, China’s Bubble.

Trouble did not start in China. China slowed production, because the world stopped buying. So the trouble started outside of China.  Read more »

5
May

San Diego Real Estate Traffic

San Diego Real Estate Traffic

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Unique real estate website traffic

Below is a graph showing our unique traffic to www.brokerforyou.com for the first four months of 2016 this site has been able to generate over 25,340 unique visitors per month!

I should explain here, that unique traffic to a website is totally different than website hits. Actually, website hits is just a measuring how many different graphics are loaded onto pages when they are accessed. Another words, if someone visits your homepage and you have one 23 graphic elements on that page, this will count as 23 hits.

Now, looking at unique visits one person visiting your site will only be counted once from the same computer or mobile device in a 24 hour period. So again in our example, one visit here will show up as one unique visit and even if that same person was to go back to the site three or four more times during the next 24 hour period it would not count again toward unique visits. Now, I should say that’s assuming that they use the same mobile device or the same computer to access the site. Because the website counts the unique IP address on each one of these devices and more than one visit in a 24 hour period from the same IP address will be ignored.

So, you can see that looking at unique website visits is really the best gauge for popularity of a website. Read more »