Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Make Your Kids Love San Diego

While having a good time in one of your homes in San Diego makes you feel satisfied, it’s also safe to contemplate on what your kids will feel about your home. The early years of our life are the happiest ones after all; as a parent, I know that your child’s happiness comes first. Having a good place to call home does not only require a good house; the neighborhood that you are in largely contributes to the satisfaction of your child as well.
                This October, San Diego puts your kids on the spotlight as these establishments unite in giving your kids their much-deserved treats!

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1.       Free food
Fill the tummies of your little ones as they receive treats from participating hotels and restaurants in La Jolla!

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    2. Free gifts
    Kids will always love gifts!
    Let them have their merit, besides it’s free!
     a.       La Jolla Cove Suites
    3. Learn and Play
     Make learning fun through these popular venues.
     a.       La Jolla Historical Society
     b.      Birch Aquarium at Scripps
     c.     Surf Diva Surf School

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 Kids Free San Diego October offer runs from October 1 -31 only. Take advantage of the treat while the offer is still running! Letting your kids enjoy is a sure way of making them feel that you are in a good neighborhood. Remember that your kids can never love the house if they don’t love the neighborhood.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Solana Beach’s 4-square Italy

What’s not to love in San Diego when it already has a little Italy in it? Las Vegas Times said that walking in the streets of Cedros is like a stroll down in a charming European side street. What adds up to Cedros’ Italian vibe are the mid-century buildings that were renovated to be outlets. Cedros Design District in Solana Beach CA is a berth of art with its over 85 unique shops. It is quite surprising
that there are no two shops that are totally alike!

As one of the shopping districts in San Diego, Cedros has outlets that sellapparels, jewelries, specialty items, home furnishings and decors. It’s not only the place that’sspecial, but also the items that are being sold. The designers of the pieces are devoted in making unique quality items whichcannot be found in malls -- making their products more exclusive.Truly a shining example why real estate in San Diego stays strong.

But if you are now thinking that Cedros is just a place for shopping, let me cut your conclusion by telling that there are also events in Cedrosthat the everyone looks forward to. One is Cedros Design District Gallery Nights. It’s the time of the month when new exhibits are showcased while live music is playing in the background. Gallery Nights are usually held every 3rd Thursday of the month. Aside from the monthly District Gallery Night, people are also looking forward to Sundays for it is the time to purchase a variety of organic food in Cedros Avenue Market. The market is held during Sundays only, from 2pm-5pm.

While art is the only way to run without leaving home, according to Twyla Tharp, you may consider living through art by experiencing all of these by purchasing a Solana Beach real estate. Imagine living everyday seeing art and breathing art. Relaxing, right?

Friday, September 20, 2013

Must-See Attractions In San Diego

Are you planning to visit San Diego? Or are you considering to move in San Diego? Well, here's something to convince you that this place is one of the best in California!

Here is a list of some of the many attractions that you should never miss once you come to San Diego...

Balboa Park - this park is ranked as one of the best parks in the world! This great park houses a total of 15 major museums in the area. Among the cultural institutions and museums that can be found here are the following: Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego Art Institute (SDAI) and WorldBeat Center.

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LEGOLAND California Resort - if you want to have some fun with your family and friends, then you should never miss Legoland! There are over 60 rides to choose from, and amazing shows and attractions to keep your days filled with fun. Legoland Hotel has been conducting business since April 2013, so you can go ahead and spend the night right at the heart of Legoland!

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San Diego Zoo - a must-see place in Southern California. If you want to witness monkeys play and how many other wild animals go about their daily lives inside their man-made habitat, then San Diego Zoo is the place for you. It is one of the those places where children and adults alike would enjoy.

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SeaWorld San Diego - is a visit to San Diego Zoo not enough for you? From land animals, why don't you take a peek into the world of amazing fish, turtles and all sea animals? SeaWorld San Diego has everything you will look for in a sea adventure - from thrilling rides to fantastic shows, it's all in here.

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What do you think about these places? Have you been in any of these? Share your thoughts with us!

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

The Best Suburbs in San Diego

So you've finally made up your mind that you are going to live in San Diego. You'll have the best weather all year round, with the beautiful beaches just a few minutes away from you and all that. But wait. Have you decided exactly where's the most suitable area for you? If not yet, then here's a little something to help you make that final choice.

Here are just some of the most popular suburbs in San Diego county:

Poway - it is often referred to as "city in the country". Poway has a lot to offer when it comes to outdoor recreation and it is also known for having a family-friendly neighborhood. It's popular for its parks and reserves such as Aubrey Park, Starridge Park, Lake Poway and Blue Sky Ecological Reserve

La Mesa - it is one of the best areas because of proximity to all the other places. Here you can also find lots of beautiful parks and good schools. You'll also find a lot of interesting activities here like going to the Farmer's Market in La Mesa Village every Friday afternoon. You can also check out the La Mesa Walkway of the Stars - it is actually a pedestrian walkway that's been transformed into an urban park.

Carlsbad  - it is referred to as "The Village by the Sea" by locals. It is also considered as one of the more affluent seaside areas in San Diego.It is a highly recommended area if you prefer to stay in the northern coast. Although the cost of housing in Carlsbad is pretty higher compared to others, it is nonetheless worth every penny. The most popular activity that you can enjoy here is playing golf.

Coronado or Coronado Island - like Carlsbad, Coronado Island is more of an affluent resort city in San Diego. Its nickname, 'The Crown City', was derived from its Spanish name meaning, 'The Crowned One'.
The most spectacular event here is the annual July 4 parade.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Three Real Estate Myths Debunked!

The real estate industry is a sensitive business in nature that it tends to have some of the most conflicting and craziest idea yet. Watch the news and they will tell you that the US housing is speeding its way to recovery; read a news article on the other hand and it will tell you that the entire US housing will pop liker a bubble before the quarter ends. So many data, so many interpretations, so many things to sort out whether this or that is true or not. So honestly, who’s to believe?