The words that real estate professionals choose to describe a property in listing ads could potentially result in the home selling for a premium, suggests an analysis that looks at listing descriptions and their effect on sales price and probability of sale. For example, property descriptor words in listing ads, like granite countertops and wood-burning fireplace, can help net higher sales prices.
Low housing inventory is a challenge for most San Diego County real estate firms. But it’s a different story just south of the border. “We have great inventory in northern Baja California,” said Kathy Katz, broker and co-owner with husband Max Katz at Baja Real Estate Group in Rosarito Beach and Ensenada.
Valle de Guadalupe/Baja California, Mexico —Michael Shachner What’s that, they make wine in Mexico? Indeed, they do—have for centuries—and not just sacramental wine and plonk. In the northern reaches of Baja California, along Route 3 in the Guadalupe Valley, the quality of wine has risen over the past two decades. Wineries here have teamed up with chefs and hoteliers to create Baja’s very own Ruta del Vino (wine route). Less than two hours from San Diego, the Valle de…
Looking to rent a car in California to drive to Mexico You must have so many questions, hopefully the following will help answer all your questions. Is Mexico safe and should I be worried? When talking about Mexico, many people do not understand that there is Mainland Mexico and Baja Mexico. Mainland Mexico has many wonderful areas, but has had its share of bad publicity for shootings and drug cartel action, most of which takes place in Juarez, Mexico. How…
About 20 miles from the border, Rosarito has graduated from its “spring-break, party-hearty” atmosphere. Instead, the town has become more appealing to visiting families and couples on romantic getaways, who while away the days on the wide, sandy beaches, shop in the craft markets and stroll along the quarter-mile-long sportfishing pier in front of the Rosarito Beach Hotel.
The historical amendment to Mexican Constitutions´ 27th Article, has stirred the interest in properties along the Baja Riviera, as evidenced by the surge of real-estate activity along the Northern Baja Coast.
For the first time in nearly a century, lawmakers are moving to allow non-Mexicans to buy coastal real estate and hold the deeds to it, without having to set up bank trusts or find silent Mexican partners.
Marycarmen Lopez from the Baja Real Estate Group – Baja Premier Properties Office in Bajamar. Takes us on an Open House tour of House #3016 Las Fuentes – Mision Todos Santos. An hacienda styled 2 story home, featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large patio, terrace and hand made stone work throughout.