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2228 29th Street Home for Sale

by North Park Real Estate Expert-Metro San Diego

This South Park home for sale located at 2228 29th Street is truly an Investors Dream. The current owners did an amazing job remodeling. However, they did not fully complete the job. It is probably 95% completed and just needs a little more to bring it to the original vision that the current owners had for it.

It is located in a super desirable neighborhood in South Park with open views of the lush canyons, and clear view of Balboa Park. The open concept kitchen, dining and living room is beautiful. French Doors from the dining room lead out to the open deck where you can enjoy the tranquility of the outdoors and serenity of nature at its best.

All bedrooms are downstairs including a media room which was prepared with double wall insulation as well regular insulation in all other interior walls.

The master bathroom was one of the projects that were not completed but has tremendous possibilities.

Take a peek at this home here:

5494 Caminito Borde Townhouse

by North Park Real Estate Expert-Metro San Diego

5494 Caminito Borde is the best-kept secret in San Diego. This split level townhouse is for sale and will be hitting the San Diego Real Estate market in a few days. 

When you enter into the Kensington Park Complex you will feel like you are on vacation. There is a love Club House for its residents, including two swimming pools, a beautiful koi pond with a water feature, a spa and a creek that runs through the 35 acres of meticulously and mature landscape.

For more information and to learn how to buy this townhome, please contact us at 619-818-8122.

3039 Dwight Street-Coming Soon

by North Park Real Estate Expert-Metro San Diego

North Park Bungalow Hitting The Market Soon

3039 Dwight Street
Live in the highly desired heart of North Park just a few blocks from the best Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Breweries and where you can walk to Morley Field and Balboa Park. Walk past the white picket fence and open the lovely front Dutch Door. Step into this 1920’s charming Bungalow featuring beautiful wood floors, crown molding and an abundance of windows throughout, allowing a great deal of natural light into this charming space.

There is a detached structure in the backyard that is being used as a family room and would also make a great home office. 
3039 Dwight Street Living Room
3039 Dwight Street Kitchen

For more information about this home, contact us at 619-818-8122.

3D Home Tours Are Here

by North Park Real Estate Expert-Metro San Diego

3D Home Tours Are Here

The future of 3D Technology is here and we at the McT Real Estate Group are excited to show you, the home buyers and home sellers the new way to view homes from anywhere in the world via our 3D Home Tours and feel like you are inside the property. What we are experiencing is that there is a lot less of wasted time spent because home buyers can determine if the home fits their criteria before making a call to their Realtor to view a home that they will find does not fit their needs when they get to the property. They can easily see the layout of how all rooms flow with each other and the proportion of the rooms. This is a great time saver for both the home buyers and home sellers. 

Experience the 3D Home Tours for yourself.

3D Dollhouse - Matterport

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

San Diego Housing Market Update

by North Park Real Estate Expert-Metro San Diego

The San Diego Housing Market Update according to the National Association of Realtors Chief Economist, Lawrence Yun

There is a rebound of 3.5% and up a little from year over year.

We are matching up with last years February numbers.

In 2015 we experienced a very good buying season in the spring and this year looks like we will be experiencing another good season. The indicators show that the housing market will be positive

The raw count sales increased by 6% from last year (over the last 12 months).

Last Spring Summer Home Sales were roughly 5.4 million annualized pace.

This year it looks as if though we will be beating those figures. The forecast according to Lawrence Yun shows a modest increase in sales. Prices will rise up to 4-6% because of the low inventory. 

3340 Landis St San Diego, CA | Coming Soon!

by North Park Real Estate Expert-Metro San Diego

Located in North Park 

 

3340 Landis street

Enjoy living in North Park where you can do most of your errands on foot. This beautiful Craftsman Home was built with love in 2006 from the ground up. The front porch is a great place to sit and people watch.

When you open the door and step inside you will certainly be delighted when you see the beautiful hardwood floors and archways that give separation to the family room and the dining within. There are French sliding doors off of the Dining Room that leads out to the private and quaint side yard. The open style kitchen has views of the dining room and features Stainless Steel Appliances, granite countertops and lovely white cabinets and storage space.

Upstairs is the master bedroom with a master bathroom en-suite and a second bedroom and bathroom. There is a large detached one-car garage that also stores the washer and dryer. You are with in walk in distance to North Park restaurants, shops and close to the popular Balboa Park. The Naval Medical Center, Downtown San Diego, and Coronado Beach are just 5-15 minutes away as well, making this the perfect urban location.

Price-$599,000

Bedrooms-2 bedroom

Bathroom-2.5 bathroom

Square feet-954 sq.ft

 

For information on this home, please call us at 619-818-8122.

7224 Regner-Home For Sale

by North Park Real Estate Expert-Metro San Diego

San Carlos Home For Sale- Coming Soon!

Do you like being close to the Mountains?

We have a beautiful three bedroom, two story corner lot home just two blocks from  San Carlos, Cowels Mountain trails coming to the market as “ San Carlos Real Estate For Sale” very soon. You don’t have to be a hiker or a biker to enjoy this beautiful location as the views in this neighborhood are amazing. Drive up to the front of the home and notice the water-wise landscape. As you open the door, you step into a small foyer. Walk toward the right and you are in a spacious living room that opens up to the dining area and is surrounded with lots of windows. There is also a glass sliding door that opens up to the backyard where you will enjoy picking the fruits from the trees and jumping in the pool on hot summer days.

The kitchen is spacious and features and abundance of cabinets, Silestone countertops, and appliances.  Upstairs is a grand master suite with a beautifully remodeled bathroom en-suite, as well as two other bedrooms. If you or anyone you know is looking to buy a home in San Carlos and have not been able to find one yet, please do reach out to us for more information about this San Carlos Home that will be for sale very soon.
For more information about this home, please contact us at 619-818-8122.
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7224 Regner Road- San Carlos- Nearby Map

 

 

3388 Gregory Street Open House

by North Park Real Estate Expert-Metro San Diego

3388 Gregory Street is one of our new listings in North Park that we are very proud to present and will have open this weekend for the public during our Open Houses on Saturday and Sunday. Follow all of the pink open house directional signs and you will find one of our buyers agents hosting the event from 1-3 PM on both days. 

This lovely Spanish Style home is located in Altadena, which is one of the most sought out neighborhoods in North Park. If you would like a little more information, give us a call at 619-818-8122.

3259 Highview Drive-Open House

by North Park Real Estate Expert-Metro San Diego

3259 Highview Drive Open House

We will have our new listing in South Park Open to the public on Feb 14th from 10:00-12:30 only. This is the only time that we are going to have it open. If you or someone you know is looking for a fabulous home in this area make sure to contact us for more info.

Offered at $700,000 -$725,000

Drive up to this sought out neighborhood in South Park. Walk inside into the living room, featuring wood floors, an inset ceiling and large windows. Walk into the spacious kitchen, featuring Stainless steel appliances and large windows that look out to the magnificent views of the canyon. There is a glass door off of the kitchen that leads out to a beautiful deck.

The master bedroom has glass sliding doors that step out to the outdoor deck as well. The garage has been converted and being used as a 3bedroom and features a full bathroom. 

Preparing For The Worst in San Diego

by North Park Real Estate Expert-Metro San Diego

Preparing For The Worst in San Diego

 Photo via Flickr by Ervins Strauhmanis


 

Preparing for the Worst: Protecting Your Home and Family Against a Natural Disaster in San Diego or anywhere.

Natural disasters often occur without warning and with little-to-no time to prepare once they’re headed your way. Though this is a frightening thought, there are things you can do now to limit the damage and danger later on. Don’t get caught off-guard when disaster strikes! Here are six ways to stay prepared:

Create a family plan and designate safe places in your home, school, and office. Sit down with your family and establish safe spots for any kind of natural disaster your area is susceptible to. Make sure your children know the steps of school safety drills, but are prepared in the event they’re separated from their class. (For example, if an earthquake occurs while your son is in the hall returning from a bathroom break, it’s important he knows to move away from windows and toward an interior wall.) Choose safe places in your home and practice drills. It may even be useful to create a disaster plan list or chart to keep handy.

Buy emergency medical books. One of the greatest dangers of natural disasters is that injuries can occur with little or restricted access to professional medical care — roads could be impassable or an injury could be too severe to wait for help. Having emergency medical books on-hand will give you a chance to know the basics ahead of time (how to stop serious bleeding, how to stitch up wounds, etc.) and have a resource in the moment for any other major medical emergencies.

Have a plan for your pet. In the event that damage puts you out of your home after a natural disaster strikes, you’ll want to make sure your pet has a safe place to go. Before you find yourself in dire need, choose a trusted pet sitter who will care for your pet post-disaster. When the time comes, not having to worry about the safety and well-being of your beloved fur baby will allow you to focus on getting your home taken care of.

Prepare a disaster preparedness kit. It’s important to set aside supplies designated solely for the event of disaster. Your disaster preparedness kit should include: water (a two-week supply is the standard), non-perishable and canned foods, extra pet food, basic cooking and eating utensils (including a can opener), matches, a first aid kit, battery-powered radio, blankets, hygienic items like toilet paper and toothbrushes, a back-up cell phone battery, battery-powered flashlights and candles, important personal documents like birth certificates and insurance policies, and extra batteries. Keep your kit in a place where it’s safe from curious children or pet noses, but readily available when needed.

Set aside emergency cash. Electrical systems are often down following natural disasters, rendering your credit and debit cards temporarily useless. Set aside a few hundred dollars as part of your disaster prep, though you may opt to store it separate from your preparedness kit for security. Ideally, bills should be in small denominations (nothing larger than a twenty). It may be difficult for businesses to break larger bills, especially during emergencies.

Prepare your home. Have large trees around your home regularly trimmed, keeping branches no longer than five feet long. This reduces the risk of them becoming weak and breaking in strong winds. If your home is expected to be in the path of a hurricane or strong winds are expected in the next 24 hours, move any loose items from your yard or patio area — like furniture and charcoal grills — inside. (But remember, never use a grill indoors!) If you have a lanai, reduce the likelihood of damage by removing screening panels and doors to create a vent for wind to escape.

Natural disasters are no joke, but they don’t mean you have to live in fear. By taking these simple measures, you can be prepared for all kinds of emergencies. Nothing outweighs the importance of keeping your family safe, especially in extreme conditions!

Jennifer McGregor has wanted to be a doctor since she was little. Now, as a pre-med student, she’s well on her way to achieving that dream. She helped create PublicHealthLibrary.org with a friend as part of a class project. With it, she hopes to provide access to trustworthy health and medical resources. When Jennifer isn’t working on the site, you can usually find her hitting the books in the campus library or spending some downtime with her dog at the local park.

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