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Encinitas New Home Developments 2014


Housing Inventory Low and the Builders are Building… As you drive around Encinitas, you'll notice the building of new houses from Leucadia to Cardiff.  It's exciting and sad to see how the older properties or defunct flower fields in Encinitas are now being developed into residential neighborhoods.  Sad because we had open space and, on […]

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Your Home Used to be WHAT?

One-of-a-Kind Converted Homes How interesting is this……. Warehouses, factories, barns, and churches are more commonly being re-purposed into residences, but for the adventurous buyer with a budget for renovation, no structure is off limits as a potential home. We don't see an abundance of re-purposed homes such as these on the west coast, however, Encinitas […]

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Encinitas, 92024 Home Sales Update

What's New in Encinitas?  92024 Home Sales Update July 1, 2012 through September 30,  2012?  Detached: Active Listings –  Homes waiting for a new owner: There are 98 homes ranging in price from $500,000 – $6,950,000 Contingenct Listings – Homes waiting for Short Sale approval: There are 19 homes ranging in price from $449,000 – $2,150,000 Pending Listings – […]

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Encinitas Community Resource Center – Proving Lives Can Change

Since 1979, the Encinitas Community Resource Center has been dedicated to providing women and children, individuals, and families with critical emergency and transitional housing assistance, food programs, comprehensive domestic violence services, and much much more. Their mission is to provide families in need and victims of domestic violence with safety, stability, and a path to […]

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Council Agrees to Dump Portion of General Housing Plan Project in Encinitas


ENCINITAS GENERAL HOUSING PLAN The Coast News reported that the controversial proposal to add 1,255 multifamily homes along busy El Camino Real and put 640 more along Encinitas Boulevard is officially dead.  Councilwoman Kristin Gaspar, said that the consulting company (MIGInc. of Berkeley) failed by creating a poorly done housing plan that contained little community […]

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Underground Passage Aims to Reduce Pedestrians Walking Over Tracks in Encinitas

            In the United States, statistics show that approximately every two hours a railroad accident occurs in which a pedestrian or vehicle is struck by a train. In Encinitas alone, three different people, along Highway 101, cross the train tracks in a five minute period. At that rate 864 people take the chance of being […]

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