5 Star Reviews

View All
The Broadmoor Real Estate Group Inc.
(11 Reviews) 5/5

Ken, I want to take a moment to express my deep appreciation for your going above and far beyond the call of duty in both our Murrieta and Acton real estate transactions. Because of the unique circumstances surrounding both the purchase of our horse ranch on the Santa Rosa Plateau and the sale of our 65 acres in the high desert, I didn’t think we would be able to successfully close the escrows. However, thanks to your expertise in the field of equestrian properties and your ability to think outside the box, you made it happen! Happy buyers and sellers abound. Thank you so much for all your help. And we look forward to working with you again on all our future California Real Estate transactions.

Suzan G. Sommer

Explore Communities

View All
Rancho Santa Fe Search Explore
San Marcos Search Explore
Bonsall Search Explore
Temecula Search Explore
Escondido Search Explore
Murrieta Search Explore

Helpful Articles

View All
Affording an Equestrian Ranch or Home

Affording an Equestrian Ranch or Home

  Buying an Equestrian Property is exciting.  If you’re at some other life change (marriage,  empty-nester) the idea of a larger (or smaller) space of your own gets those possibility juices flowing. But… in the heady rush into property ownership,…

Real Estate Terminology: Abatement, First in a Series

Real Estate Terminology: Abatement, First in a Series

  Just like in the equestrian world, every industry has its own vocabulary, and real estate is no exception. If you are searching for a horse property, you may find yourself stumped by the lingo, acronyms, abbreviations, and jargon commonly…

Real Estate Terminology: Appraisal vs. Assessment vs. Market Value; Second in a Series

Real Estate Terminology: Appraisal vs. Assessment vs. Market Value; Second in a Series

In the vocabulary of real estate, there are three terms that indicate a properties valuation: the Appraised Value, the Assessed Value and the Market Value. Rarely are these three values the same amount, so it is easy to confuse them…