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In My Neighborhood in San Diego : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 20, 2012
Shane Milne answered:
Bay Ho is just east of the 5 Freeway, opposite the Pacific Beach area. It is in San Diego County, considered the North Clairemont area. 92117 is it's zip code. ... more
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Tue May 31, 2011
Jerry Heard answered:
I cannot find that address in the MLS or tax records. If you get me the correct address I can give you some information.
Regardign crime, this is a good site to use I also recommend this site to check for sex offenders

Jerry Heard
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The San Diego Property Shop
Direct 619-920-9796
Office 619-269-5545
Fax 619-269-9168
CA DRE #00648687

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Wed May 25, 2011
Constantine K. answered:
.3 mi

google maps link below:,+San+Diego,+CA+92154&hl=en&geocode=FXgb8QEdH90H-Sk3kqVp7UbZgDHmjZVQ60AIBQ%3BFc4d8QEdrMcH-Sm7VZiU8kbZgDFJdCgLDZL9Cw&gl=us&mra=ls&sll=32.578769,-116.924529&sspn=0.009927,0.01929&g=480+Alta+Rd,+San+Diego,+CA+92154&ie=UTF8&ll=32.578922,-116.930934&spn=0.00471,0.003541&z=17 ... more
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Sun Feb 22, 2015
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Tue Apr 26, 2011
Adam Mallory answered:
I received the same letter. Here is the info from the SDAR site:

Issue: Business License Tax
Position: The San Diego Association of REALTORS® is opposed to the requirement of a business license tax for any real estate licensee affiliated with a Real Estate Brokerage.
Statement: SDAR supports the position that licensees should not be required to individually pay a business license tax since they are required to be under the supervision of a broker in a stated place of business, the same conditions as other commercial businesses with employees. The California Business and Professions Code is clear as to nexus between a broker and those licenses maintained at his/her office. It requires that a broker shall be responsible for the supervision and control of activities conducted by employees/ licensees. The IRS classifies salespersons as independent contractors. Each associate licensee who is affiliated with an office under the supervision of a broker or corporation must comply with the terms of an Independent Contractor Agreement at a stated place of business.
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Tue Apr 26, 2011
Raquel Unger answered:
My suggestion would be to call a mold inspection company and they can proably measure the depth of the mold and give you an idea of the air quality. If you have a report you could e mail or fax it to a company.

Mold can be cleaned up...sometimes it is cutting a wall ..then drying it with fans and dry walling..sometimes it can be less invasive...if you are living in a home with mold it needs to be taken care of quickly. If you are purchasing a home with mold problems the seller should be asked to repair the problem as it is a health issue. Please note sellers have an option to do a repair ..they can refuse..if that is the situation find out the cost of the repair and ask the sellers to give you a credit at the close of escrow for the amount of the repair. If you have an agent request they negotiate what needs to be done.

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Mon Feb 21, 2011
Ever Eternity answered:
This is a vacant lot. There used to be a house that was built in 1940. What other questions do you have?

Ever Eternity
Phone (530) 448-3867
Fax (619) 819-9923
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Sun Jul 14, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
Since no link is visible and no address given, consider asking again, or contact any local agent/realty office, they all have access to the same information. As for crime, your best source of accurate and up to the minute information are the local authorities, therefore consider a visit/call and ask all your questions--hear all there is to hear firsthand. ... more
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Thu May 16, 2013
Tony Francoeur answered:
You may want to look in Bay Park 92110, Clairemont 92117, every once in a while there are bank owned properties that come on the market in Point Loma 92106,92107 or Pacific Beach in the mid-400's. These communities are all fairly close to the coast. Oceanside is a great bet as well. The pool is going to be the challenge as well. I would be glad to help you find a great property. I work in all areas of San Diego and specialize in Coastal Areas. You can also search on my website Goodluck in your search. Have a great evening.

Tony Francoeur
Coldwell Banker Residential - La Joll
DRE #01377623
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Thu May 10, 2012
Brandon Long answered:
The Laundry room has closed..............
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Sat Sep 11, 2010
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Sounds wonderful, suggest you expand your post - are you hoping to rent something or just commenting on the desirability of our area overall?

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Fri Feb 14, 2014
Becky Bucalo answered:
Now is a great time to invest in real estate. Interest rates are low and you have homes in the area to choose from. If you need listings available in the area of choice let me know. No obligation, and best of all it is free! ... more
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Tue Sep 7, 2010
Scott Godzyk answered:
You can go to the town/cities assessors office, check with their official website to see if they have it online, otherwise you have to go there, ask to look at the tax card, it will have the owners name and current address.

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Thu Jun 3, 2010
Kim Drusch answered:
I will have my rental department call you immediately. They specialize in rentals of all types throughout the County! Thank you very much. Your contact will be Melissa Pires at Century 21 Award Property Management 619-972-3945cell direct: 619-471-1755. ... more
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Wed Jul 7, 2010
Cynthia Fleming answered:
San Diego is a great city. My son is in the Navy and was based on San Clemente Island. He got an apartment in San Diego in the Gaslamp District and absolutely loved it. He was recently transferred to a carrier in Japan. He said eventually, when he's ready to settle down, he's going back to stay in San Diego. Are you looking to rent or buy in San Diego? Because your price range will help to determine what areas will be suitable for you. I can send you what's available for listings but I would need more specifics from you; i.e. rent vs. buy; price range, # of bedrooms/baths, etc. You can email me your search criteria to: Good luck with your home search! ... more
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Tue May 4, 2010
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Thu Apr 29, 2010
Don Tepper answered:
I don't know San Diego housing regulations, so I can't provide a definitive answer. For that, you'd need to check with an attorney.

However . . . .

Living in your mom's garage probably violates some housing regulation. It wouldn't be a building regulation involving getting a permit, as you asked about, though.

However--and I'm not advocating anything illegal--it's unlikely you or your mom would be caught and, if you were, probably unlikely that there'd be any significant penalty. That might be roughly comparable to people who have a house and have put a bed in a basement room. Technically, the room can't be called a bedroom--it doesn't have the required egress--but people still sleep on the bed.

If you need a definitive answer, check with a lawyer.

Hope that helps.
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Thu Aug 12, 2010
Katrina Hamilton answered:
Hi Leslie,

Which clean-up are you referring to? Restorations or purchasing?

Either one I'd like to help - send me your contact info and I'll use you when I can.

Katrina Hamilton
Direct: 858-405-4407
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Sat Feb 20, 2010
Mark W. Miller, Realtor answered:
Hi Anita,

Its tough to answer your question since the was no reference to the address of the property. If you can reply with the addres or better yet the web address of the page you were looking at, we may be able to help.


Mark W. Miller, Realtor
Keller Williams San Diego Metro
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