Greater Good Realty
47° in San Diego on Friday March 6th, 2015
Expert Real Estate Service... Passion for Community Giving!
Welcome to Greater Good Realty! In our featured video, we have the opportunity to introduce ourselves, David & Monica Stone, co-founders of the company. We will also give you an overview about the tools & features our website has to offer, such as Lifestyle, School, & Property search capabilities including our leasing division, RentingInSanDiego.com
You will also learn about our commitment to make a difference within our local community by providing charitable contributions and support to various organizations.
We value your feedback and hope you will share your experiences with us at 619-GREATER (473-2837) or email us at info@GreaterGoodRealty.com
The entire Greater Good Team looks forward to providing you expert real estate service, while continuing our passion for community giving!
1Mission Exquisite Home Now Available! Exquisite and high-end contemporary 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with 2,336 square feet at 1Mission in the heart of Downtown Mission Hills. This corner two-story unit with 2 private entrances, 2 balconies and sunny outdoor patio is the perfect space for entertaining. Sophisticated living, dining and kitchen space with an open floor plan, natural light from west facing 18 foot window wall and imported luxurious wood floors is unlike any other. The residence has exquisite finishes, a...Read More
Relax and enjoy the amazing views of the mountains, ocean, all the way to Coronado with our new featured listing: 7081 Del Cerro Boulevard, San Diego, CA 92120! This large 4 bedroom, 3 full bathroom residence was originally built in 1989 and occupied by the same family since it was constructed. The 3571 square feet are ready for your design ideas to take advantage of its very efficient and generous floor plan. The spacious family room, kitchen and formal...Read More
TREO Condo at Kettner Available Now! This centrally located 2 Bedroom, 2 ½ Bath plus Den residence is situated in the highly sought after portion of downtown in the TREO community. One of the most popular west-facing floor plans provides plenty of natural light with its floor-to-ceiling windows, peek-a-boo bay views and lush scenic courtyard. Smartly designed offering 1,337sq.ft of living space, 2 en-suite bathrooms, brand new hardwood floors in the living/dining/den, new carpet in both bedrooms, fresh...Read More
With Halloween just a week away, it's time to start thinking about what's on the horizon for October 31st. This year, as aways, the San Diego area will be offering plenty of Halloween entertainment for both kids and adults. Whether you're interested in haunted houses, trick-or-treating, or costume parties, finding something to do this Halloween shouldn't be a problem. Free parade and carnival: Before the days of graphic movies and adult oriented parties, Halloween was a holiday for kids and families. Although...Read More
In San Diego, summertime is usually considered to be a peak buying season. However, this year, the pace of home price appreciation showed signs of slowing during the summer months. The S&P / Case-Shiller Home Price Index, which has a lag time of two months, showed that from July 2013 to July 2014, home prices in San Diego County rose 8.3 percent. While that seems like a decent rate of appreciation, it's down from the 10.2 percent annual gain we saw...Read More
If you live in San Diego, you probably already know that owning a home on the coast can be quite expensive. While the benefits of living on the water are pretty obvious, the costs associated with that kind of lifestyle can seem exorbitant to some. So, just how much does it cost to live on San Diego's waterfront? Short answer – a lot. According to a new study from Zillow, living on San Diego's coast costs nearly three times as much...Read More
If you're from San Diego, you're probably already familiar with the city's high cost of living. Just about everything here, whether that be gas or groceries, seems to cost just a little bit more. Housing, in particular, has always been expensive. Regardless if you own your home or rent, living in San Diego isn't cheap. According to a recent study from Zillow, San Diego now has the distinction of being the nation's seventh least affordable housing market. Renting, as always, is...Read More
Fast-growth companies: This year, San Diego ranked No. 5 on Inc's list of the top 10 cities for fast-growth companies. That's two spots higher than last year's rank, putting San Diego ahead of startup hubs like Houston and San Francisco. Inc's list of fast-growth companies, released Wednesday, ranks businesses based on their past three years of revenue growth. As you might expect, New York topped the list with 205 of the nation's fastest growing companies. San Diego, which had 81 companies on...Read More
As of late, San Diego has seen an influx of high-priced homes hitting the market. Unlike some of the other areas in the country, these properties are actually selling. According to DataQuick, the number of residents in San Diego County who have purchased properties worth $1 million or more is currently at a seven-year high. In the first half of 2014, 1,876 high-priced homes were sold. That's up 12.7 percent from the same period in 2013. The second quarter of 2014,...Read More
After the housing crisis in 2009, San Diego experienced a strong rebounded. Over the course of the last few years, the area has seen growth in just about every sector of its housing industry – home values have gone up, demand has skyrocketed, and construction has been revitalized. As of recently, however, the torrid pace of San Diego's real estate market has begun to cool off. Low inventory, high prices, and rising interest rates have all contributed to slowed growth in...Read More