Jim's blog about Mission Valley and San Diego

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Real Estate Agent - HomeSmart Realty West - CalBRE #01458572
Tips, tricks, ideas, and suggestions for buying and selling, marketing, home maintenance and safety, and much more.

ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2010 

A great list from Charles, a home inspector up in Washington where they actually have licensing, something we need here in San Diego. (Fortunately, I do know a very good, thorough inspector here, but I don't always have the privilege of choosing the inspector.) Of course, contrary to Charles's ti...
Posted over 3 years ago
Mission Valley Condos in San DiegoThe Verandas at Escala Condominium prices in Mission Valley have been steadily increasing since February 2009, so if you enjoy the hassle-free condominium lifestyle, it's time to get into a Mission Valley condo. You can enjoy everything that beautiful San Diego ...
Posted over 3 years ago
When I was first invited to ActiveRain and told to start blogging, I thought, "What?" Two years later, I understand. It's not easy, but it is fun. Most of the time. And the people are great, especially if, as Claude says, they are watching and reading, and eventually hire you. This is a reblog, a...
Posted over 3 years ago
When I was first invited to ActiveRain and told to start blogging, I thought, "What?" Two years later, I understand. It's not easy, but it is fun. Most of the time. And the people are great, especially if, as Claude says, they are watching and reading, and eventually hire you. This is a reblog, a...
Posted over 3 years ago
When I was first invited to ActiveRain and told to start blogging, I thought, "What?" Two years later, I understand. It's not easy, but it is fun. Most of the time. And the people are great, especially if, as Claude says, they are watching and reading, and eventually hire you. This is a reblog, a...
Posted over 3 years ago
As Andy mentions in his post, taking care of these little problems means that they won't show up in a home inspection report to be turned into big problems by Buyers. I've also found that soaking hand sprayers, shower heads, etc., in a solution of CLR overnight works wonders for removing the hard...
Posted over 3 years ago
As Andy mentions in his post, taking care of these little problems means that they won't show up in a home inspection report to be turned into big problems by Buyers. I've also found that soaking hand sprayers, shower heads, etc., in a solution of CLR overnight works wonders for removing the hard...
Posted over 3 years ago
As Andy mentions in his post, taking care of these little problems means that they won't show up in a home inspection report to be turned into big problems by Buyers. I've also found that soaking hand sprayers, shower heads, etc., in a solution of CLR overnight works wonders for removing the hard...
Posted over 3 years ago
This is a prety good post by a real estate agent who must have been an arborist in a previous life. Although we don't have an abundance of big trees here in San Diego, we do have a lot of trees with destructive root systems, such as the eucalyptus, ficus trees, sweetgums, and some pine trees. Thi...
Posted over 3 years ago
This is a prety good post by a real estate agent who must have been an arborist in a previous life. Although we don't have an abundance of big trees here in San Diego, we do have a lot of trees with destructive root systems, such as the eucalyptus, ficus trees, sweetgums, and some pine trees. Thi...
Posted over 3 years ago
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