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Making the San Diegan Holiday Season Bright

During this time of giving, there are great ways to make a meaningful impact to help all those in need. Programs, like those I referenced in an earlier post this month, are just some ways to help make the world a happier place. However, there is more joy to be spread, so if you are looking to give back in San Diego or around the country, check out the following suggestions for a jolly holiday season.

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Spread Holiday Cheer for Our Service Members

The holidays are a great time to reflect on a great year, spend time with family and friends, unwrap surprises, and dig into some tasty food. However, they’re also a time for giving back to those that make sacrifices for us. As a Military Relocation Professional, it is important to me to not only remember what our service members do for us every day but give back and provide our greater community with information on how they can get involved.

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Home Programs Vets Should Know About

Veterans sacrifice a lot for this country. To help honor these sacrifices, special programs were put in place to aid vets in getting and keeping a home. Unfortunately, not all veterans know that these programs exist. Even for those who do, they may not realize exactly what options are available for them and may apply for a program that doesn’t really match their situation ideally.To help sort out some of the confusion, here are a few of the most common home programs that vets might be interested in. As requirements and availability can change over time, be sure to find out more before attempting to apply for any specific program.
 

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Invest in Your Renters by Screening Them Well: Top Questions to Ask

If you own a rental property, you know how important it is to have the right tenant. Good renters will take care of the property as though it were their own, leaving it as close to how they moved in as possible. Bad renters, on the other hand, make it obvious that they don’t care, since it’s not actually their house; it can take a significant amount of time and money to get your property back to rentable condition after they move out. Wouldn’t it be great if you could only rent to the first group and avoid the second group entirely?

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Reduce Energy Costs with Light

Summer brings beautiful weather, but also more expensive electricity bills. As a realtor with a Green Designation from the National Association of Realtors, I wanted to kick off a new series with posts every Friday or Saturday with tips on how to reduce our carbon footprint, beginning with our homes, and also save ourselves some long-term stress on our wallets. Starting off our Friday series, I am bringing you some information about the little ways you can save energy and money on your electric bill.

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The Best Places for Your Investment in San Diego

San Diego County is sprawling at over 4,500 square miles. That means there are plenty of neighborhoods to suit nearly every lifestyle need and house-hunter desire. Whether you are looking for walkability, family friendly, city-living, or anything in between, here are some neighborhoods to consider. When you’re ready to take your home search to the next level, let me know, and I will do my best to find you your perfect home.

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