Our new listing of a fabulous 36th-floor penthouse with 180-degree views and plenty of sunshine!
The truth about our success is slowly being revealed:
My friends and clients who bought a La Jolla fixer and did a phenomenal remodel are featured in the latest edition of San Diego Home & Garden Magazine. It’s not online, but I found a copy at Barnes & Noble!
Here’s my video tour:
Dave and Marlene are my people!
Somehow I got on another list of real estate blogs, which I appreciate – but maybe there are only 12 left?
The author has been a realtor in Killeen, Texas, but in April went to work for Zillow’s ibuyer division:
The #1 blog is run by a ReMax agent in Massachusetts. The example given is his post on the Top Lies Real Estate Agents Tell Home Sellers to Get a Listing.
He puts open houses on his list, due to the risk of theft, and that any buyer who want to see the home will do it by appointment too, making open houses unnecessary. A couple of realtors objected in his comment section, and he berated them for some reason.
The only time I’ve had a theft at an open house was in 2003 when we lost a Vicodin perscrption in Solana Beach. I’ve done hundreds of open houses since, and never had a problem. The big benefit I experience is having the Fear of Loss kick in with the attendees, which makes them hurry up and make an offer – and usually a better one at that, so they don’t lose it.
The other point was that he put me on the B2B list, suggesting my blog is tailored to agents?
His site, bubbleinfo.com, features more than just real estate blog posts. He frequently talks about the big picture stuff going on in real estate, and brings a refreshing and analytical approach.
I’d love to get feedback on whether the content here is too focused on agents. I think I talk about what agents do in order to help educate consumers, but if it comes off as too much agent stuff, I’d like to know it.
I work in a vacuum here! Help me out if you can.
We’re working on a few things here!
If you would like to leave a comment, or read those by other readers, then click on the headline of each post for now. It will open to the individual blog post where you can see the comment section.
The only designer we’ve had at bubbleinfo.com, Stefanie Fontecha, has updated our look!
The internet age is fascinating. Even though Stefanie has been a critical member of the Bubbleinfo team over the last ten years, I’ve never met her, and we’ve never spoken live. I just know her by emails, and the image above!
She designs all types of websites, and has a real-estate specific division.
If you happen to be the market for a new website, click here to see her work:
She is still editing the new site here, so there may be some disruptions. But in the end, we’re hoping to be faster. She is “optimizing the site for speed”, and though I don’t know exactly what that means, I like the sound of it!
Our client wanted a smooth transition when moving, and he got the quality help he needed from Neat Method. Here’s an introduction, plus our client’s warm words about Donna and her assistance at the end of the video:
What a year – thanks for being here!
We had twice as many unique users back in the REO days, so I’m glad the 2018 count was fairly steady compared to last year:
Bubbleinfo 2018 blog posts: 974
Bubbleinfo TV JimtheRealtor YouTube videos: 110
Bubbleinfo Plans for 2019:
- New look for the blog
- More listings
- More contests
- More interviews
- Documentary-film premiere
I appreciate you being here – stay tuned!
We hope you enjoy a fantastic day with your families on Thanksgiving!
If you are sitting around the dinner table and real estate comes up, have your family and friends plug into this part-time blogger – it’s easy!
The Bubbleinfo mobile app is available at the App Store and Google Play, and I fixed them so you can now leave blog comments via the mobile app too.
All blog posts can be seen on Facebook too:
The twitter account doesn’t include every blog post, but I re-tweet other pertinent real estate topics. Those can also been seen in the right-hand column here too >>>.
I appreciate you being here – Happy Thanksgiving!