Rancho Sante Fe California real estate is some of the most prized real estate in the world. In the otherwise well-populated neighborhoods of San Diego, it is a sprawling blend of spacious natural beauty and world class luxury homes. Rancho Santa Fe is and has been home to countless celebrities, professional athletes, high-profile politicians and philanthropists. It’s a San Diego neighborhood that enjoys lots measured in acres rather than square feet. Despite the feeling of seclusion and privacy, most of Rancho Santa Fe is still a relatively short drive from San Diego’s beaches, shopping and work destinations. If you are considering buying or selling a home in Rancho Santa Fe, this article will detail the key metrics for clear insight into the very unique Rancho Santa Fe California real estate market conditions. All the statistics and graphs here are updated daily to deliver the most relevant and timely real estate market information to you.
Gorgeous single level estate in the gated and serene Rancho Santa Fe Lakes community. At just over an acre this sprawling lot is delightfully landscaped with mature palms and lush tropical foliage. The spacious master suite enjoys its own wing of the home. Additional bedrooms each enjoy en suite bathrooms, including one bedroom with its … Read more
About – 1876 Sefton Place Tucked away on a quiet cul-de-sac, the understated exterior only hints at the spectacular interior that lies within. Designed by renowned San Diego architect, Rob Wellington Quigley, this awe-inspiring home showcases captivating, bright and open spaces. Spanning several levels, the interior is focused on a stunning waterfall which cascades into … Read more
Last year I received a question from someone curious about real estate agent commissions in San Diego. They were partly asking what typical commissions are, and partly expressing disappointment in what they agreed to pay an agent who they felt wasn’t doing much to market their home. Commissions are also a topic that regularly come up when I meet with clients who are potentially listing their homes. Even experienced home buyers and sellers often have misconceptions about real estate agent commissions. If you are potentially selling a property, it is vital to have a good understanding of how commissions are usually structured. Understanding commissions can be useful for buyers as well. While some of the information is specific to San Diego, much of the information in this article is relevant throughout the US. I will answer the questions about what “typical” real estate agent commissions are, some common misconceptions about commissions, and why you paradoxically can sometimes net MORE on a sale when paying a HIGHER commission.