It seems that there are A LOT of people in the San Diego real estate industry who are worried about the San Diego real estate market. Could it be that the San Diego real estate bubble is about to burst – AGAIN? We just don’t know – do we?
Anyone who has been through a real estate cycle knows that what goes up, must come down and there are a number of factors that affect a local real estate market. Jobs, the economy, public perception, affordability (or lack thereof), interest rates / cost of money are all factors in the strength and health of San Diego real estate. The political unrest in our country is beyond unsettling. There are even leftist groups calling for anarchy here in our own country. Qualcomm is still the largest employer in San Diego outside of the military and they are currently going through a big shakeup after President Trump quashed Broadcomm’s hostile takeover bid. Read More
Yesterday I wrote about looking for a Listing Agent Broker for A New Day Real Estate. I believe this person could be a key component to building a great professional and people centric real estate team – and could very well become a key partner / owner in the business.
Since we are modeling our team after the Tim Smith Group in Orange County, I thought I would list all the positions that we are going to need to fill while building our dream team. Read More
Seeking Super Professional Listing Agent Broker in San Diego County for New Real Estate Brokerage.
SD Listing Agent Broker Wanted! Happy August 1st!
While still waiting for a broker exam test date from the state so I can get my CA RE Brokers License back, I have been plotting and planning on how to build a great real estate company.
I was thinking that it might be prudent for myself to find someone who needs a hard-working and experienced assistant, so that I can make new contacts and get bak on pace with the local market. Despite my greatly varied Read More
Get the latest real estate trends, insights and forecasts at the Urban Land Institute (ULI) 2016 Fall Meeting, set for October 24-27 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. The meeting will highlight successful business strategies used by rising stars and experienced professionals to thrive in the rapidly changing industry; and it will include programming specific to Dallas’s evolution as a highly livable, sustainable and globally competitive city.Read More