Hello perspective San Diego residents and current San Diego residents. When your searching for a Rental in San Diego, furnished or unfurnished, you may encounter the difficult task of seeding out properties that are active online, may have been rented, may have an application pending but still being marketed as available or just plain old difficulty navigating through the vast neighborhoods and communities of San Diego County.
As part of my full Service Real Estate spectrum, our firm (AMSI Real Estate) now offers private relocation tours to renters in San Diego. Whether looking for an apartment community, privately owned condo or home or looking to rent from a property management company, we can help guide you through the showing process. Full Day 6-8 hours and Half Day Tours 3-5 Hours are now available.
Some popular areas are Carlsbad, Encinitas, Del Mar, Solana Beach, Torrey Hills and Carmel Valley. We also offer San Diego Metro and San Diego Downtown Tours. Metro areas including Mission Valley. North Park, University Heights, Hillcrest, Bankers Hill and SouthPark. Downtown Tours include Gaslamp, East Village, Marina District and popular Little Italy!
Beach Tours in Central SD include Point Loma, Ocean Beach, Mission Beach, Pacific beach and La Jolla and inland La Jolla UTC.
Contact me Jonathan Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a consultation and get your rental tour going! We strive to help you find a home! 858-531-3215 Jonathan M. AMSI San Diego Real Estate, Sales, Leasing, Relocation, Furnished Rentals & Property Management.
You may be asking yourself, should I sell during the Holidays? The answer is Yes you can definitely still Sell a Home during the Holidays in San Diego. There are a few things you May want to look after, one being to decide whether or not to go list your home with us during the Holidays. Marketing can be difficult but many people are still looking to make a New Year switch, sometimes the beginning of the year can be a great time to buy a home, with less competition as far as seasonal buyers. Many buyer during the Holidays have less competition and are far more serious about the move.
1) Create a friendly atmosphere for all types of buyers
2) Look at curb appeal and freshen up any touches
3) Remove clutter in your home, this is essential in Any Home Sale!
4) Clean the garage out, look ready to move!
5) Think about a Showing aschedul with your Agent, call me 619-786-4371 for consultations! Home Buyers and Home Sellers in San Diego!
6) Listing during the Holidays is ok!
I serve Sales & Leasing, Referrals in the San Diego County area. Including Downtown, Little Italy, Bankers Hill, Hillcrest, University Heights, North Park, Kensignton, Mission Valley and North County, Del Mar, Carmel Valley, Torrey Hills, Solana Beach, Encinitas, Cardiff, Carlsbad and surrounding.
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There is no doubt these days having drought tolerant plants is the trend and almost the law. Now with watering restrictions in San Diego it is time to think about drought tolerant landscaping for your home or garden. Increasing the home values can be done by having a professional do your entire landscape with a nice upgraded drought tolerant theme.
San Diego real estate includes several different types of terrain and yard types, so check with your association for rules if you have one. Also this would be a good time to look at making your home and boundary fire safe! Two in one!
Native and drought tolerant plants are important for this region, not just because they are water efficient, but because they are the cornerstone of biological diversity and the foundations of the native ecosystems. Using “California-friendly” plants for everything from backyard gardens to wide scale re-vegetation is a positive practice that will benefit the local habitat and all residents who live here.I've included some links for you guys to check out involving drought tolerant landscaping ideas for San Diego real estate.
With our current climate conditions of increasing warmth and less moisture, more and more Californians are becoming interested in replacing high-maintenance, lawns that require a lot of water and fertilizers, with water-conserving plants. These can be anything from ground covers to a field of meadow flowers to stately oak trees – they all provide the benefits of lower water needs, reduced maintenance requirements, restored soil health, increased diversity that attracts birds and butterflies, as well as the aesthetic beauty of blending in with the natural landscapes.
Here is Lowes version of drought tolerant landscape ideas and pretty good, plus you can get most stuff there!
This gardenista lady I found also has a pretty cool blog and I included her ideas there in that link!
Pintetrest also had a lot of photos which helps plan your garden or style.
I hope these were some good ideas to help with your drought tolerant styles and making your home a nice water friendly environmentally sound place!
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