Melinda DiPerna Real Estate Referral

Friday, December 11th, 2015

Working with Melinda DiPerna was fabulous! She listens to what you are requesting in a house, focusing in on your main requirements. She is fabulous in negotiating through any counter offers that may arise, and guides through the process so that the client is successful in obtaining the property desired. She is very cordial, polite, […]

Melinda DiPerna Real Estate Referral

Monday, November 9th, 2015

June 23, 2015 My experience with Melinda DiPerna, representing Keller Williams, was a breeze. I actually live in LA County and this was not any major problem for Melinda, considering my home to be sold was located in Vista, San Diego County. She had everything organized from staging to “Open House.” And including everyone’s favorite, […]

How To Buy With Low Inventory

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

There are many facts and conditions that come into play when buying a home, and low inventory in the market is certainly a common condition that can make being a home quite difficult. The good news is there are strategies experienced agents can employ to help get the job done. Low inventory doesn’t always mean […]

724 Granada Drive – Sold in Less Than 3 Weeks!

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

Dreaming of a single level, 3 bedroom/2 bath home? With over 1600 square feet and nearly a 1/4 acre of flat land, you won’t believe your eyes! This home is located just an easy commute away from Emerald/78, has parking for an RV/trailer/boat, AND a 2 car garage. The inside has been opened up to […]

345 19th Street – Escrow in Just Ten Days!

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

One of San Diego’s original jewels is fully restored, ready to move in and put into escrow in just ten days! I am very excited to help sell a home where a family can enjoy all of the good things of urban life, while living in a large Victorian charmer in a neighborhood rich with […]

The Three Controls of Selling Real Estate

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

When selling your home, there are three things we as sellers control that affect the price you can sell for in any given market, and are the direct result of the buyer’s experience. These controls include availability, conduction, and price. With me as your agent, we can achieve the maximum exposure possible through an available […]

Zillow/TruIia Merger Approved

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

Right before the end of this past weekend, Zillow and Trulia’s blockbuster merger was finally approved by the Federal Trade Commission, but is this ruling ultimately a positive adjustment for homebuyers? Two of the leading websites within the real estate industry for both REALTORS and consumers worldwide are now under the same roof, meaning they […]

Three Things You Need to Know Now About VA Loans

Thursday, February 5th, 2015

Right now in San Diego County, active-duty members of the military as well as veterans have extraordinary home-buying opportunities. Check out my video below, where Lynn Schuler, Senior Loan Officer of Movement Mortgage, and I discuss VA Loans and the benefits military members receive for serving our country. Veterans and active members, know the three […]

Aiming High With Open Houses

Monday, February 2nd, 2015

When selling a house, getting exposure through open houses is key to receiving the maximum amount of money for the property, yet some agents complete just the bare minimum. Placing a few signs out on the day of the event is simply not enough. Because of this, I choose to use the “Level-Seven Open House” […]

Staging: Is It Worth It?

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

As an agent, I know that staged homes photograph better, get more showings, sell faster, and for more money. Staging varies from just cleaning and de-cluttering to fully furnishing a home from the ground up. Judy Burzell is a staging specialist who was one of the first to develop the quick and easy “Done in […]