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Leslie DeLuca is a top residential and commercial real estate broker in Monterey County with nearly fifteen years of experience. Leslie’s loyal clients range from first-time homebuyers to multi-million dollar investors. Clients choose to work with Leslie for her local knowledge, patience, thoroughness and honesty. Leslie founded DeLuca Real Estate in 2000. Leslie’s local knowledge of Monterey County’s neighborhoods and real estate is unparalleled. Leslie was born and raised on the magnificent Monterey Peninsula. Her family roots in Monterey date back to the “sardine days” on Cannery Row providing her with a deep understanding of the history, people, culture and quality of life of the area. Leslie understands that finding the right home in the Monterey Peninsula is about more than just the house – it’s about finding the right lifestyle fit. In particular, those relocating to the Monterey Peninsula benefit from Leslie’s intimate and nuanced knowledge of the area. Leslie enjoys theater, music and travel. Leslie is also an Ambassador for Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and a Member of The Monterey County Business Council, Professional Women’s Network of The Monterey Peninsula, Women’s Council of Realtors.
The 12 Days of DeLuca Day 2  Stop Buying RubbishIs everyone in the buying mood? What are some of the gifts you are buying for friends and loved ones? I am sure you are thinking carefully about the perfect item to purchase. Something thoughtful, the best way to spend your hard earned cash. Do you ...
There are 12 days until Christmas and I am going to be doing a series The 12 Days of DeLuca. As a life long resident of the Monterey Peninsula, I have made a commitment to help people buy and sell real estate. I want to be your partner in the process and build relationships that last a lifetime. ...
In a recent article, National Housing Inventory Crisis Reaches Inflection Point, reported that: New listings jumped 8% year-over-year nationally, the largest increase since 2013 Total listings in the 45 largest markets are now up 6% on average over last yearInteresting to see the num...
 In light of this the information below is crucial. You need to know what your buying power is. This way you will not be disappointed and have more success in your journey towards home ownership.In many markets across the country, the number of buyers searching for their dream homes outnumbers he...
Some are attempting to compare the current housing market to the market leading up to the “boom and bust” that we experienced a decade ago. They look at price appreciation and conclude that we are on a similar trajectory, speeding toward another housing crisis.However, there is a major difference...
You found the perfect home. It’s gorgeous, energy efficient, in a great neighborhood and well within your budget. You wonder to yourself, “why is this perfect home still on the market?” Then you read the disclosures. Your perfect pad has a serious radon problem.Radon and You: 7 Things to KnowRado...
I know the term "millennial" isn't always used in a flattering way, but I have to give credit where credit is due. They are buying their first homes in record numbers right now. They are powering the housing market. In fact, largely thanks to millennials, the homeownership rate just rose for the ...
So, What Is The Big Deal About A Home Warranty Anyway? A home warranty is not the same as homeowners insurance.  Homeowner’s insurance is not a home warranty. Insurance is pretty much something everyone has. If you have a mortgage… you are required to carry homeowners insurance. Even if you don’...
How to Avoid Common Moving Day MishapsMoving can be fraught with difficulty, filling the days before and after the big move with stress and exhaustion. Sometimes, given the enormity of what we're facing, we can overlook a few things. Here are some things to consider so you can avoid common moving...

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