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Category Archive: ‘View’

View-Condo Tour

Kwaping asked about weather and home sales, and here’s a good example.

If you’re selling an ocean-view property, it’s a good idea to list during the winter months when the view is not impacted by the marine layer:

Filmed and published with permission.

Posted by on Jan 7, 2015 in Bubbleinfo TV, View | 4 comments

Big Ocean View

Clemens view

Thankfully the fire in Carlsbad has subsided, and we can get back to real estate.  Check out my new listing of the former model in Spyglass Hills that has the full 180-degree ocean view, big yard, 3-car, new carpet & paint, and loads of builder upgrades:

Come by the open houses Saturday and Sunday where we will be having the All-American BBQ and get your photo taken by the drone!





The seller says that it is Catalina Island we see in the video – and he is a Naval officer, so he should know. Come by and see for yourself:


Posted by on May 16, 2014 in Thinking of Buying?, Thinking of Selling?, View, Why You Should List With Jim | 10 comments

More Drone

If I lose the drone, “too bad, you’re not getting another one.”

There was some real panic today when I lost the wi-fi connection – which also terminated the camera feed – while the drone was over the lagoon.  For a moment, I was thinking about going for a swim!

Posted by on Apr 16, 2014 in Bubbleinfo TV, Drone, View | 2 comments

Leucadia Cliff-Front

Here’s a new take on the house video tour – I’m not sure of the floor plan though, and I feel a little dizzy:

From the MLS: The “Crescent” is a world famous Wally Cunningham design that combines the symphonic resonance of the sea by curvilinear architectural elements. The 6,500 square foot masterpiece sprawls over a double oceanfront lot, capturing the energy, essence, movement and calmness of the Pacific in every living space. Outdoor spaces meld into the interior seamlessly, allowing peaceful travel to another world.

Posted by on Feb 5, 2014 in Interesting Houses, View | 9 comments