By Chris L. Meacham, CPA, Cornerstone Wealth Management The next generation of investors is estimated to inherit $41 trillion from the baby boomers, and trends are revealing that impact investing will not only be part of mainstream wealth management, but it may become the core-portfolio. With that in mind, some of the biggest names in [...]
By Janet Lawless Christ Despite anything you hear from the media or uninformed sources… It’s still a healthy real estate market out there! The truth is that both buyers and sellers can both get what they want – and creativity gets the job done. Sellers are getting multiple offers on homes which means that once [...]
By Steve Jacobs Due to hot weather, strong winds and the drought, San Diego, recently experienced a series of devastating fires. With no end to the drought in sight and now that summer has arrived, it’s up to us to do everything we can to protect San Diego and our homes from fires in the [...]
The recent RSF Association board election saw a great turnout with 1,544 members casting ballots, which represents 75 percent of registered voters. Congratulations to Ann Boon and Kim Eggleston for each winning a board seat for a three-year term, and thank you to Susan Callahan and Dominick Addario for their willingness to volunteer and serve their community.
By Chris L. Meacham, CPA, Cornerstone Wealth Management In April, the U.S. consumer price index was up 0.3, which is its largest increase in 10 months. This does not mean that inflation will pick up tomorrow. It could take time and could be gradual, but inflation is still something to be aware of. One aspect [...]
By Janet Lawless Christ When sellers put their home on the market, they hope that two things will happen: it will sell for a great price and it will sell quickly. Some San Diego sellers put up a “For Sale” sign (unless the property is in the Covenant), cross their fingers, and wish for the [...]
First, let me thank all the Covenant members for allowing me to serve you these past three years. It has been a terrific learning experience about governance and our wonderful community. Serving on the board has given me the opportunity to meet so many passionate and involved members. I have learned to respect the traditions and history of the Covenant, and thanks to all the hard work and accomplishments of the past board members we have a wonderful community that we are fortunate enough to live in. We need board members that represent our entire membership and that choose to unite our community not divide us.
By Steve Jacobs San Diego experienced quite a heat wave in the month of May. Many of you probably found some relief by diving into your swimming pools. Living in San Diego, we don’t have to wait for a heat wave—or even summer— to enjoy our pools. Our world famous weather allows us to dive [...]
Recent campaigns in the Ranch have been filled with mudslinging, misinformation, confusion, door-to-door campaigning, campaign signs in front yards, high paid campaign consultants, FedEx deliveries, costly web sites and more; all of which are unprecedented in the Ranch … our peaceful 11-square-mile community with 1,750 homes and 5,000 residents…that little pond with the (recently) big ripples.
By Janet Lawless Christ When I say “real estate agent,” what comes to mind? Negotiation skills, knowledge of property values, marketing… therapist? Yes! The truth is that real estate is an emotional business. The process of buying a home is tied to money, shelter, expectations and dreams— as human beings, we have a genuine connection [...]