With over 200 Realtors® in Coronado alone, picking an agent can be a daunting task. We’re here to help identify the top 3 main tips for picking a successful real estate agent for your needs.
1- Local Expert
Southern California is a diverse region. Even looking at San Diego County, the Coronado housing market differs from that of La Jolla, Old Town, Point Loma, University Heights and the beaches. And that’s only a few of…Continue
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Owning real estate can be an incredibly lucrative investment, but it is not without its’ hassles. Most people utilize a property management company to make their lives simple, collecting a check and activity statement each month. Clean. Simple. Easy.
But for those of you on the fence, here are our top 5 reasons you will be happy you had a property management team taking care of your investment.
The Pipes Breaking on Christmas…Continue
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Natalie Thompson with one of her signature surfboards. Photo by Nicole Thompson
In the early morning, before the garbage trucks arrive, Natalie Thompson drives around town looking for discarded surfboards. She uses them as canvases for her vibrant paintings that have caught the imagination of many surfers and art lovers. Her art has made her a star in the surfing world for some time, even though she has yet to graduate from art…Continue
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How Not to Invest
By Peter C. Thoms, CFA
December 19, 2014
Depending on a specific…Continue
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Jennifer Reynolds and Kristee Gilbert are the owner-operators of BCB, Company in Hillcrest, California.
In the early 1990’s, after earning a degree in Political Science and Criminology, Kristee Gilbert was at a crossroads. She was working in politics and her best friend, Jennifer Reynolds, was working at the San Diego Zoo. They both had jobs, but they didn’t…Continue
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Investing: Which Stocks Should You Own in 2015?
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With the annual Coronado Christmas parade behind them, local merchants staged their own holiday celebration last Wednesday night. All along Orange Avenue from Union Bank to El Cordova Plaza there was Mistletoe Magic in the air.
More than 30 shops kept their doors open and lights on until 8 pm, some three hours past their normal closing time. Many also offered one-day specials.
On the avenue, the Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church Choir caroled, musicians…Continue
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Join us for some Mistletoe Magic throughout the Coronado village shops on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 from 5 to 9 p.m.
Bring your naughty or nice shopping list and wander through our downtown shops while being entertained by strolling carolers and savoring holiday cheer with local merchants who plan on offering various savories such as cookies, cider, and egg nog. Oh, and don’t forget to visit with Santa!
Most of the shops will be open until 9…Continue
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Glorietta Bay Inn had a successful Photos with Santa event on December 4, 2014. Guests and local residents visited with Santa all while enjoying the Inn's freshly baked chocolate chip cookies. Yum!
Glorietta Bay Inn wanted to send a special thank you to everyone who donated a toy which was given to the Coronado Fire Department Toy Drive. With your help the Inn donated over 40 new toys!
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Sapori Italian Restaurant invites you to spend New Year's Eve dining and enjoying their special holiday menu.
Enjoy a 5 course dinner on New Year's Eve. Menu and pricing is below. Call to RSVP: (619) 319-5696
More info at http://www.saporisd.com…Continue
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For destination weddings, having fridge access in the days preceding the wedding is often an overlooked detail. Even with the best planners, all bets are off when it comes to weddings; you never know when you might need to refrigerate flowers, store ice or chill the wine.
Many DIY brides take over a large majority of tasks to slim down the bill, such as flower pick-up, whipping up fresh mints, making boutonnieres, supplying wine for the rehearsal dinner or…Continue
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Weekly Market Update, December 8, 2014
Presented by Manning Wealth Management
General market news
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Photo courtesy of Salvation Army
The Office at CHS was filled with gifts December 12 for beneficiaries of the Angel Tree Program
This year the Coronado High School ASB has worked with the local Salvation Army to provide an Angel Giving Tree at CHS. The…Continue
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There's no better time than the present to put wellness at the top of your list! The Holiday specials at The Bungalow Spa and Bungalow Yoga offer you a very wallet-conscious way to get your body and soul right for 2015 and beyond!
The Bungalow Spa is offering a 60 minute massage Holiday 2pak for $110! That's just $55 per massage (regularly $80). Sale ends Christmas Day and certificates can be redeemed after Dec. 25. Purchase at the website, TheBungalowSpa.com or stop by the…Continue
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Trying to avoid leaving the island and especially the mall? Check out some of these local businesses to find those last minute stocking stuffers. It's a short list, but we can vouch for all the items listed below. They are just a few of our favorite things. If you think something's missing, share it in the comments.
Orange & Park (Prints, Maps, Shirts)…
Decades ago, between First and Second Streets on Orange Avenue stood a place called Mexican Village. A popular hangout at the time, locals who have been here for a while can tell you all about it. It was a favorite hang out for aviators from the Korean and Vietnam Era. It was here, at Mexican Village, where a young lady from Indiana met a Navy pilot and decided…Continue
1309 Orange Avenue - Upper level.
Visit the website: http://www.stakechophouse.com/
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Have You Outgrown Your SEP-IRA or Individual 401(k)?
By Peter C. Thoms, CFA
Founder, Orion Capital Management LLC
Check our our Tax Savings…Continue
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