Coronado, CA Real Estate News

By 3BlindMiceUSA.com Custom Blinds, Shades, Shutters & More!, San Diego | Sacramento | Orange County
(3BlindMiceUSA.com- San Diego Window Coverings)
Looking for the perfect window coverings for your Coronado Home? Below is a sample of our beautiful motorized shades. With most things designed "custom", big dollar signs tend to leap into peoples' eyes. But when it comes to Custom Window Fashions, it is almost always possible to work within your budget to bring new beauty into your home. As a window coverings professional, we bring a wealth of ideas, techniques and styles to match any need, and can show you THE most economical way to lift your room décor with custom-tailored design. And nothing can match the value of efficient, beautiful and money-saving window treatments for your decorating dollar. See our full line of product offerings. Click here. Check out our site for: Aluminum Blinds Sheer Shades Roller Shades Faux Blinds Wood Bl...
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By 3BlindMiceUSA.com Custom Blinds, Shades, Shutters & More!, San Diego | Sacramento | Orange County
(3BlindMiceUSA.com- San Diego Window Coverings)
Want a new look for your Coronado home? Look no further! We can help you with the window coverings of your dreams. Beautiful inside means beautiful outside" takes on a whole new meaning when you're talking about window fashions for your home. How often have you looked at the outside of someone's windows and thought, "what were they thinking when they chose that color?" Chances are, the same holds true on the inside as well, where the intention may have been good, but the execution was less than successful because some design opportunity was missed. But how could they have known what to do without the help of a professional in the field? That's where we come in, to help you make your home beautiful both inside and out, with window fashions that complete the look of your home, making it a...
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By Cody Haworth, Carlsbad Homes for Sale
(Four Seasons Properties)
Hello and Welcome to Coronado California~Sell my Home~ List my Home ~Short Sale~ Realtors~ Listings Agents. Are you looking to potentially Sell or list your home in Coronado California in this market?   Here are some imporant points to think of when looking for the right listing agent or Real Estate company in this market.  Most of the time the reason a home will sell quickly is marketing over price.   Having the right marketing strategy to sell your home quickly and for top price is crucial these days.  There is a good chance the reason you are reading this is because you found us on one of the top pages on one of the major search engines below:  This could be your home that people are finding on the top pages!        It is of the utmost importance these days to find a Realtor with a s...
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By Cody Haworth, Carlsbad Homes for Sale
(Four Seasons Properties)
Hello and Welcome to ~Coronado Shores~ Coronado California Foreclosures, Bank Owned REO, Homes for Sale, Real Estate.   Understanding the foreclosure property auction (also known as Trustee Sale) process takes time, due diligence, and understanding.  Saavy Real Estate investors can find some of the best deals around buying at these auctions, but is it right for everyone?   We would like to help explain further about these auctions and the benefits and downsides of buying Real Estate at them. Understanding the process is the key, and here is how the process goes as an overview: Pre-Foreclosure (Also known as Notice of Default).  Pre-Foreclosure is usually when the current homeowner is 90 days past due on their Mortgage.  The current lender files with the County Recorders office a Notice ...
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By Cody Haworth, Carlsbad Homes for Sale
(Four Seasons Properties)
Hello and Welcome to ~Coronado Village~ Coronado California Foreclosures, Bank Owned REO, Homes for Sale, Real Estate.   Understanding the foreclosure property auction (also known as Trustee Sale) process takes time, due diligence, and understanding.  Saavy Real Estate investors can find some of the best deals around buying at these auctions, but is it right for everyone?   We would like to help explain further about these auctions and the benefits and downsides of buying Real Estate at them. Understanding the process is the key, and here is how the process goes as an overview: Pre-Foreclosure (Also known as Notice of Default).  Pre-Foreclosure is usually when the current homeowner is 90 days past due on their Mortgage.  The current lender files with the County Recorders office a Notice...
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By Cody Haworth, Carlsbad Homes for Sale
(Four Seasons Properties)
Hello and Welcome to ~Coronado Cays~ Coronado California Foreclosures, Bank Owned REO, Homes for Sale, Real Estate.   Understanding the foreclosure property auction (also known as Trustee Sale) process takes time, due diligence, and understanding.  Saavy Real Estate investors can find some of the best deals around buying at these auctions, but is it right for everyone?   We would like to help explain further about these auctions and the benefits and downsides of buying Real Estate at them. Understanding the process is the key, and here is how the process goes as an overview: Pre-Foreclosure (Also known as Notice of Default).  Pre-Foreclosure is usually when the current homeowner is 90 days past due on their Mortgage.  The current lender files with the County Recorders office a Notice of...
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By Ruth Mills
(The Mills Team)
The Coronado Bridge, that leads us, living in San Diego, effortlessly to Coronado, turns forty years old today. The Coronado Bridge was opened in 1969 and has been paid in full by San Diego residents and tourists. The $1.00 toll was collected until 2002, even though it was paid off by 1986. The reason for the extended toll was due to those who had purchased their piece of Coronado real estate and their fear that by discontinuing the toll, traffic to the island would substantially increase. Turns out they were right.  Traffic has increased by approximately twenty percent since 2002. The cost of the bridge was nearly fifty million dollars in state construction bonds and is able to withstand around thirty thousand cars on a daily basis. However, nowadays there are around eighty thousand ca...
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By Sharyn & Victoria Crown MBA,MSRE, Broker Associates
(Pacific Sothebys International Realty)
Does this look like it is worth $599,000?  Would you believe it was orginally priced at $850,000?  Only in Coronado would properties like this beg a second look.  This little home is located at 1012 9th Avenue, just off Orange Avenue.  Looking at these photos would make you think how neat this home is, but what you don't see are photos of the location. What you don't see is that this home is sitting right next to an alley, across from a liqour store, and 1/2 block away from the Vons and directly across from the Vons parking lot.  It is always fascinating to me to see what certain markets can bear price wise.  Now this property is still overpriced because today it has been on the Sandicor Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for 353 days.  I am not sure when the price reduction occurred, but e...
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By Sharyn & Victoria Crown MBA,MSRE, Broker Associates
(Pacific Sothebys International Realty)
Coronado and affordable rarely are found in the same sentence.  However, we have discovered, for Coronado, there are affordable properties.  After researching Coronado real estate, we realized there is an underserved market.  Every Coronado real estate agent wants to sell the $2,000,000 properties.  But it occurred to us to ask the question "What if you want to live in Coronado, but are not a $2,000,000 buyer?"  Who serves your interests?  We do and we decided to tell you what we find as "bargains" in Coronado and why they are bargains.   Here is our "affordable" Coronado property for today.  This is the least expensive Coronado condo located in the Village.  This is a one bedroom/one bath condo located at 422 G Avenue and priced at $399,000.  This project was actually built in 1943 and...
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By Cody Haworth, Carlsbad Homes for Sale
(Four Seasons Properties)
Hello and Welcome to Coronado California Foreclosure Auction, Bank Owned REO, and Homes for Sale.   Understanding the foreclosure property auction (also known as Trustee Sale) process takes time, due diligence, and understanding.  Saavy Real Estate investors can find some of the best deals around buying at these auctions, but is it right for everyone.   We would like to help explain further about these auctions and the benefits and downsides of buying Real Estate at them.   Understanding the process is the key, and here is how the process goes as an overview: Pre-Foreclosure (Also known as Notice of Default).  Pre-Foreclosure is usually when the current homeowner is 90 days past due on their Mortgage.  The current lender files with the County Recorders office a Notice of Default.  When ...
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By Dusty Brazil, Realtor specializing in North County & Coastal SD
(Pacific Sotheby's International Realty- Serving all of San Diego County & South Orange County)
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By Dusty Brazil, Realtor specializing in North County & Coastal SD
(Pacific Sotheby's International Realty- Serving all of San Diego County & South Orange County)
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By Jim Frimmer, Realtor & CDPE, Mission Valley specialist
(HomeSmart Realty West)
San Diego is one of the largest congregation of military personnel in the free world, and it's going to get a little bigger next year when the U.S.S. Carl Vinson (CVN-70), a nuclear aircraft carrier, moves to the North Island Naval Air Station from Norfolk, Virginia. Currently, the North Island Naval Air Station is home to the U.S.S. Nimitz (CVN-68) and the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) aircraft carriers. The U.S.S. Vinson was commissioned March 13, 1982, and carries 85 planes and a crew of 5,500. F-14A planes from the Vinson starred in the movie "Top Gun," and you can see the Vinson herself in the opening scenes of the movie "The Presidio," and she starred in thet movie "Behind Enemy Lines." The military will be upgrading Berth Lima on the base's east side to the tune of $38 million, ...
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By William Johnson, Retired Real Estate Professional
(Retired)
Hotel Del Coronado is a National Historic Landmark. Located on Coronado Island right across the bay from Downtown San Diego, I was there this past week to observe the marvelous Christmas Display and I certainly was not disappointed. I wanted to share the wonderful Christmas decorations that are becoming almost as famous as the hotel herself. The Victorian styling of this hotel calls back to era of sophistication and elegance and this years Christmas Tree lives up to that tradition. There is a photo below of some of the details of the decorations. The tree is so large, it is hard to capture it in one photo so I did a close-up photo so you could appreciate the turn of the century stylings. I hope you will enjoy these pictures as reminiscent of the by gone days brought current by the Grand...
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By Jeff Cole, Homes For Sale 360-316-1177
(Realogics Sotheby's International Realty)
Welcome to your Coronado Real Estate information page provided by Realtor and Associate Broker Jeff Cole of "The Cole Group" at Windermere Exclusive Properties. Coronado California is a small "island" town in San Diego Bay, approximately 7.4 square miles in size, connected to the City of San Diego by the San Diego-Coronado Bridge and to the City of Imperial Beach to the south by State Highway 75.  Coronado is the neighbor of Naval Base Coronado which includes Naval Air Station North Island, home port for two aircraft carriers and the Naval Amphibious Base where the elite SEALS are trained. Downtown Coronado boasts unique shops and many restaurants serving residents and visitors.  This South San Diego County community of Coronado has three destination resorts and many small hotels offer ...
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By Cindy Greenwald
(Prudential CA Realty)
Since I'm the resident "golfer agent" in this company everyone asks me for recommendations of where to play golf in San Diego. Wow..this is a loaded question in that there are over 70 courses to choose from! I have my obvious favorite, Coronado Golf Course, right in my own back yard.  This is one of the most recognizable courses in San Diego having the San Diego Bay line so many of the fairways, fabulous view of the downtown San Diego skyline, great vistas of  the famous "blue bridge", this course has it all. Over 103,000 rounds are played here each year, more than any other course in the county. It's not just the wonderful views, fabulous hole layout, great clubhouse, food sevice, staff....no, I think it has more to do with the fact that the greensfees are only $25.00.  Yes, I said $25...
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By Roberta Murphy, Carlsbad Real Estate and Homes
(San Diego Previews Real Estate)
I am putting together a story about hotel hauntings, and surely one to top the list would be reports of hauntings at the Hotel del Coronado, which have circulated for years. The most famous San Diego and Coronado ghost is a young woman who reportedly committed suicide near the turn of the last century after her husband or lover abandoned her. I don’t remember exactly where she stayed that fateful night at the Hotel del Coronado, but I do recall a desk clerk giving me the room number during a stay at the Hotel Del Coronado a few years ago. Unable to resist the temptation, I went by that small interior room in the hotel (with windows that opened into the hallway), but the window coverings were drawn shut and I could see nothing. The clerk said that many psychics and ghosthunters reserve ...
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By Mike and Dawn Lewis, The Lewis Team at Keller Williams in San Diego CA
(The Lewis Team at Keller Williams)
Silver Strand Coronado San Diego California The Silver Strand is a narrow stretch of land between Coronado and Imperial Beach in San Diego. It connects Coronado to the mainland of San Diego and was used before the Coronado Bridge was built which now takes on the majority of traffic to and from Coronado. There is a great beach there called Silver Strand State Beach with miles of white sand and crashing waves. The sand at Silver Strand State Beach has gold flakes in it and sparkles when the wave's crash and churn up the sand. It's incredibly beautiful. We decided with some friends to go to the Silver Strand SB Campsites and spend the weekend. We couldn‘t have picked a nicer weekend. Temperatures were in the 90's which for April in San Diego is hotter than normal. We went with two other fa...
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By Mike and Dawn Lewis, The Lewis Team at Keller Williams in San Diego CA
(The Lewis Team at Keller Williams)
Coronado Home Prices 2008Coronado San Diego CA Coronado had a median home price of $1,525,000 in 2007. This is $80,000 less than the median home price of $1,605,000 in 2006 which was the peak for Coronado home values. This is still a median Coronado home price gain of $675,000 from the 2002 median home price which was a mere $850,000. That's a gain of $675,000 over a 5 year period which even for San Diego standards is a big gain. Coronado Island, although it is attached to land to Imperial Beach by a strand of sand is very exclusive. The Coronado Strand has some great communities as well like the Coronado Cays which some of the homes and condos have their own private boat slips off of their patios.More at the Dawn Sells San Diego   The Hotel Del Coronado is probably what most people thi...
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By Roberta Murphy, Carlsbad Real Estate and Homes
(San Diego Previews Real Estate)
Years ago, when I first considered moving to Southern California from Houston, I used to stay with friends at the Coronado Shores on Coronado–which sat just across the bay from downtown San Diego. My friends’ Coronado Shores condo didn’t overlook the San Diego skyline (which it might have done had it been across the hall); rather, it overlooked the Pacific Ocean and the glorious beach below. These Coronado high rises reminded me of the oceanfront complexes in Fort Lauderdale and Pompano Beach, where my parents lived at the time. Just as with the Pompano Beach Club, I loved the secure and guarded entry, the lovely lobby, and the elevator which whipped us up to one of the upper floors. I loved stepping into the unit and never tired of seeing the immediate eye-popping view of the blue oce...
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