Oktoberfest in El Cajon Sept. 28-30 & Oct. 5-7
Time/Place: 1017 South Mollison Avenue
For more information: 619-442-6637 / www.germanclubsandiego.org
San Diego International Film Festival Oct. 10-14
A unique film experience.
For more information: 619-818-2221 / www.sdfilmfest.com
Fashion Week San Diego Oct. 12-14
Time/Place: LUX Art Institute, Encinitas
For more information: 858-270-9466 / www.fashionweeksd.com
Row for the Cure Oct. 13
4.5 kilometer course through Mission Bay. All entry fees and donations benefit Susan G. Komen San Diego.
Time/Place: 7am-12pm / North Ski Beach, Mission Bay
For more information: 858-573-2760 / www.komensandiego.org/row
San Diego Kids Expo & Fair Oct. 20-21
150 local and national companies that have products and services catered to kids and families.
Time/Place: 10am-5pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds
For more information: 619-269-9441 / www.sandiegokidsexpo.com
Craft Classic Half Marathon & 5K Oct. 21
Sweeping views, challenging hills and a delicious craft beer reward at the finish line at Green Flash Brewing Co.
Time/Place: 6:30am-12pm / 6550 Mira Mesa Blvd.
For more information: www.craftclassic.com/san-diego
Fleet Week San Diego Oct. 22-28
For more information: 619-858-1545 / www.fleetweeksandiego.org
Trick-or-Treat on India Street Oct. 26
Time/Place: 5:30-7:30pm / Little Italy
For more information: 619-233-3898 / www.littleitalysd.com
San Diego Monster Bash Oct. 27
Along six blocks in the East Village.
Time/Place: 6pm-Midnight / Gaslamp Quarter
For more information: www.wckdvillage.com
Balboa Park Halloween Family Day Oct. 27
Over two dozen participating museums and cultural attractions.
Time/Place: 11am-4pm / Balboa Park
For more information: 619-239-0512 / www.balboaparkconservancy.org
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5457 Barclay Avenue in Allied Gardens SOLD prior to going in the multiple listing service (MLS) by Rachel Zazzera. The sales price is $502,500. This home sold for all CASH and has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1,432 square feet.
5457 Barclay Avenue in Allied Gardens was listed by Rachel Zazzera of Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices. For more information, please contact Rachel Zazzera at 619.828.3225 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
6631 Birchwood Street- Allied Gardens | SOLD- Listed by Rachel Zazzera
6631 Birchwood Street in Allied Gardens SOLD in 7 short days by Rachel Zazzera. The sales price is $600,000! This home has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 1,267 sqft plus an additional 400 square foot bonus room.
6631 Birchwood Street in Allied Gardens was listed by Rachel Zazzera of Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices. For more information, please contact Rachel Zazzera at 619.828.3225 or email@example.com.
1. Odor in Home
A smell is the first thing that a potential buyer can notice about your home, before even walking in the front door. First impressions matter, so make sure that the odor is not chasing people away.
2. Home is Too Personal
You want buyers to imagine themselves living in your home. You do not want buyers to imagine you living in your own home. Put away the personal photos and declutter prior to putting your home on the market.
3. Not Making Your Home Available
The more availability there is to view your home, the better chance you will have more buyers through and the better chance you will see an offer on your home. By limiting hours in a day, you may lose that one buyer that was willing to submit a full price offer!
4. Stay Around For Showings and Open Houses
You need to not only emotionally remove yourself from the home, but also physically. Buyers like to look at homes with no added pressure. Similar to what I said before, buyers want to imagine themselves in your home and not imagine you in their home.
5. Not Making Necessary Repairs
Do not leave any obvious items broken or untouched. These items will also not go unnoticed by buyers. For example, if buyers see the doorknob broken on the front door, they will be thinking about what other things are wrong with the house as they are walking through.
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