Archive | Encinitas

Walking Tours Throughout North San Diego County

Explore Encinitas, Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, Oceanside, Escondido or Julian Anyone? Each town has its landmarks, and one way to find out about them is to take a walking history tour. Most communities offer the tours for free. They’re usually led by history buffs, who sometimes happen to be descendants of the area’s first […]

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San Diego Assessed Property Values Increase

First Increase in San Diego Assessed Property Values Since 2008   Solana Beach & Del Mar had the highest increases in the county with Carlsbad having the biggest decrease. Where does your city rank? Factors that contributed to this year's increase include: a decrease in residential appeals, new assessments of homes that changed owners, new […]

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How Much Does Your San Diego School Spend Per Student?

If your school spent more money per student, were the scores higher on state tests? Some districts achieve higher test results than others, almost regardless of the money spent. Both gaps are explained by a wide range of challenges, from terrain to income disparities to security costs. Poway’s per pupil spending is $7216 per student […]

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Solar Energy Incentives | Encinitas 92024

Encinitas Solar Program beneficial to energy conscious homeowners!      I attended the mini-seminar on Saturday, May 7th at the Encinitas Community Center regarding the solar program for Encinitas Homeowners.  Is it a city-sponsored program?  No, it is a solar power company's incentive program… Sullivan Solar Power.   Their reasoning is that having several jobs in the […]

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Encinitas Solar Program|

Solar Luncheon This Saturday, May 7th 11am – 12pm I continue to strive to bring you the latest in Green information so this weekend I will learning about Encinitas' Solar Program. The presentation will have information about solar technology, rebates and incentives, and Encinitas' Solar Program (expiring July 11, 2011). The program allows for homeowners […]

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Pacific Station In Encinitas – Sign of Upswing In Market

Homes in downtown Encinitas

Positive Sign for Commercial Real Estate = Positive Sign for Economy             Roger Showley of the Union Tribune explains in "Commercial Area Set For Upswing" how projects like the Pacific Station in Encinitas is another indication of a recovery. This will translate into increased hiring and other domino effects as Commercial Real Estate stabilizes and then rebounds.

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San Diego |Million-Dollar Market Heading Up

It marks the first annual increase in 5 years! Sales of million dollar homes in San Diego County rose 15% in 2010, the first increase since 2005, according to an article by Lily Leung in the SD Union Tribune.  From 2009 to 2010 Del Mar showed an increase of 5%,  Encinitas almost 11% and Rancho Santa Fe 70%!!!! […]

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North San Diego County Home Prices Up In 2010

Up to 10% in Encinitas & Carlsbad! Just in case you missed these great articles in the Union Tribune I thought I would draw your attention to them. The majority of North County saw price increases! Check out these links that have some great information.    How did your community fare overall in 2010?   […]

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What Happened in Encinitas Real Estate In 2010?

Annual Review Of Encinitas Detached Homes: There were 380 single family home sales in 2010 in Encinitas  ranging from $420,777 – $3,500,000 compared to 340 sales in 2009 ranging from $346,000 – $3,750,000. Currently there is an active inventory of 131 homes asking $335,000 – $9,495,000. Pacific Station, a mixed-use complex, at 687 S. Coast Hwy had its official opening last Friday.  Many […]

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