The SP models at Del Sur – a limited-edition collection of elegant estate-caliber homes enhanced by generous interiors and expansive outdoor spaces. The Mello-Roos ranges from $6,600 to $7,200 per year, depending upon purchase price and square footage. They have three canyon-front houses for sale currently, all in the $1,220,000s:
I was on CNBC’s Street Signs show today, and Kayla joined me to capture my two lines on video.
They didn’t give me the questions in advance, the TV monitor is out of sight due to the 7-second delay, and the local cameraman had mis-wired the earpiece so I was getting my own voice fed back to me a split-second later.
Click HERE to see Kayla’s behind-the-scenes video.
The segment started with Diana Olick repeating the standard buzzwords from Yunnie on why home sales have dipped nationally – here is her video:
I’m listening to her report in one ear, then it’s showtime. I give my meat-and-potatoes advice that is applicable to every market, coast-to-coast, and the next agent starts on national TV with how he makes his sellers price right.
We saw the grand opening at Davidson’s Arterro, and the video included snippets of all three models – but only showed the kitchen of the Plan 4x.
A reader asked for high definition, and while I knew I had HD cameras, the editing needed to be in hi-def too – so I think I’ve figured it out.
The camera’s auto-focus is a little slow to adjust, but this should be a better-quality video – especially if you go full-screen. Here’s the complete tour of the 4,434 sf Plan 4x model – in high definition:
This video is broken up with photos because Youtube is concerned about copyright infringement, and background music triggers their auto-sensors.
The film crew has been following me around this week, gathering more clips for their documentary on housing. We squeezed in a couple of moments with recent purchasers, which is the first half of this video – the second half is the yoga entertainment portion:
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