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Historic Homes

Historicially designated homes throughout San Diego: Mission Hills, La Jolla, Del Mar, Point Loma, Kensington, North Park, South Park, La Mesa, Coronado, and Rancho Santa Fe.  Old houses, fine old estates, and mansions.


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home improvement and remodeling trends

Home Improvement and Remodeling Trends For 2019 and Beyond


When it comes to remodeling and decorating your home, it's always helpful to see what's popular and trending. If you haven't updated your home for a while, you're in for a treat. Technologies have improved so that there are more durable and great looking options for more affordable prices, and many innovations have allowed more smart technology breakthroughs with more convenience. This trend report is based on what I see in the majority of higher end and luxury homes, as well as what's trending on Pinterest and Houzz. Some of these trends aren't new...they have been growing in popularity for the last 5 to 10 years, and others are on the brink of rapid adaption. You will also see

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16 things To Know About The Quieter Home Program For San Diego Homeowners.  Learn about the requirements, procedures, and process for the Quieter Home Program in San Diego.  San Diego Real Estate Agent Joy Bender | Luxury Realtor® #sandiegoismyhome #sandiego #sandiegoconnection #sdlocals #REDigitalMarketing 

16 Things To Know About The Quieter Home Program For San Diego Homeowners


1. The federally funded Quieter Home Program, which provides free to the homeowner windows, doors, and at times HVAC and electrical upgrades through the San Diego Regional Airport Authority is back on again after being dormant for years.  The FAA said $8 million will be spent to mitigate noise for around 715 people who live around Lindbergh Field.

2. The Quieter Home Program was fully operational by 2001, with property insulation starting within the highest noise impacted areas.  Today, The Program is now one of the largest existing airport residential sound insulation programs in the country. As of 2017, the Program has completed 3,453 dwelling units.


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Historically Designated Properties

Discover 7 Things You Need To Know About Historic Homes in San Diego.  Learn about various architectural styles and mills act by San Diego Real Estate Agent Joy Bender | Luxury Realtor® #realtorlife #realtor, #realestatemarketing #realestatebuzz #realestate #REDigitalMarketing


Historic Homes

Historic properties are found throughout San Diego in the communities of La Jolla, Del Mar, Coronado, Point Loma, Mission Hills, Rancho Santa Fe, North Park, South Park, Burlingame, La Mesa, Golden Hill, Bankers Hill, Park West, Downtown San Diego, and beyond.

Take a look below to learn about the different styles of architecture that this city has to offer and how those who are interested in buying one of these unique properties can benefit from preserving history.  If you are interested in purchasing a San Diego historic property please visit our San Diego Historic Homes For Sale page.

Historic Properties Have Various Architectural Styles

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