Finding your unique home for sale is a click away

Finding your unique home for sale is a click away.

The more specific your needs, the more fun we’ll have finding your dream home.  I’m here to solve the mystery of finding your unique home for sale.  A few search criteria are well-known and include bedroom and bathroom count, square footage and price.  Home buyers may be surprised to learn I can perform a highly customized search with a wide range of home features.

For example, views are important and can be specified based on ocean, mountain, golf, river or lake to name a few. The convenience of a master suite on the ground floor may be important. A gate-guarded community may provide peace of mind. Other important features may include solar energy, RV parking and even the property’s walk-score.

If you seek a specific sub-division or school district, that’s a breeze.  Want solar heat or a black bottom pool, get ready to dive in.  If a library is important, I’ll send you the New York Times best seller’s list. If your dream home includes guest house or helper’s quarters, I can find it. Specific home features can also be used when finding unique homes for sale.  Those features can include private elevator, tennis courts, central vacuum and even a dumb waiter!  If your dream home includes a fireplace in the master bedroom, this feature can also be specified in your search.

From mid-century modern to vintage adobe…city high-rise to rural ranch…cape cod to Victorian…mobile home to mansion, the only limit is your imagination and budget.

Historically low interest rates may indicate the time is now to make this dream a reality.  My professional representation fees are covered by the seller and decades of negotiating expertise are ready to deliver a superior outcome. With over 4,700 active listings in San Diego there’s a home waiting to be discovered.  Every client is a VIP and deserves 5-Star experience. Let’s get started!

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Posted on December 29, 2019 at 1:00 pm
Dan Larson | Posted in Home Buying | Tagged , , , , ,

What Makes A Premier Property?

This week had me accepting an invitation to meet with a group of real estate professionals at an in-house listing located in the Scripps Ranch community of Stonebridge Estates.   This grand property spans 4,775 square feet with expansive views and multiple venues for grand or intimate gatherings.  Our meeting provided an opportunity to preview this Windermere listing and understand the benefits of our Premier Properties program.

One of the most significant take-aways was the comparisons of price per square foot of luxury properties in various San Diego County locations.  This Stonebridge Estates property at 14722 Old Creek Rd is listed at a value range of $1,157,500 – 1,162,500.  Using the midpoint of this range calculates price to approximately $335 per sq ft.

Contrast this to a September sale in Del Mar that closed at $5,535 per sq ft.  There is an obvious price jump trading mountain for ocean views, however, the value of this Stonebridge property is compelling to say the least.

Here’s a definition of the Premier Property Program:

Windermere’s Premier Properties™ program was created to address the unique needs of our luxury market clientele. Our extensive network of luxury home experts have earned a reputation for providing exceptional service to discerning clients interested in buying or selling homes in some of the Western United States’ finest neighborhoods.

Unique properties require distinctive marketing. 

The success of our Premier Properties program centers on customized marketing strategies, including distinctive signage, specialized advertising opportunities and publications, and high-end direct marketing materials. Every one of our luxury listings also receives unparalleled marketing exposure through


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Posted on October 24, 2019 at 7:49 pm
Dan Larson | Posted in Uncategorized |

Market Update

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Posted on September 12, 2019 at 5:40 pm
Dan Larson | Posted in Uncategorized |