San Diego Real Estate News

Real Estate Terminology: Closing Costs; Fourth in a Series

Real Estate Terminology: Closing Costs; Fourth in a Series

Closing costs include all of the fees and costs associated with completing the sale or purchase of a home using a mortgage, that are in addition to the actual cost of the property itself. These costs are due at the…

Real Estate Terminology: Loan Types; Fifth in a Series

Real Estate Terminology: Loan Types; Fifth in a Series

  When it comes to real estate loans, you’ll find that there are many options. Figuring out which loan or loans are best for your new property purchase can be confusing, but we can help. Here are some types of…

Choose the Perfect Equestrian Property

Choose the Perfect Equestrian Property

If you’re in the market for a horse property, part of choosing the perfect equestrian property is finding the right area. How do you do that? Start by asking yourself the right questions. What are you looking for? Any equestrian…

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,…

Understanding Easements

Understanding Easements

Are you considering purchasing an equestrian property that has an easement, but you’re not sure how it will affect you? Are you worried that it’s something that could cause you problems down the line? Are you confused about what an…

Wild West Casino Night a Step Back in Time

Wild West Casino Night a Step Back in Time

Authentic! That word perfectly describes the old-time atmosphere during the Wild West Casino Night at the Lakeside Rodeo Grounds on Saturday, Sept. 10. The Victorian Roses Ladies Riding Society, resplendent in their gorgeous 1880s costumes along with their equally stylish…

How to Love the Home You Live In

How to Love the Home You Live In

We get it – there are days where you just don’t love the home you live in. Worse, there may be days where you don’t even like it. Maybe you think it’s too small, or it doesn’t look like the homes…

Can You Sell Your Home After Labor Day?

Can You Sell Your Home After Labor Day?

 Conventional wisdom dictates that spring and summer are the best times to sell your home. And since Labor Day is the unofficial end of the summer season, you may be thinking that you’ve missed your opportunity to put your home…

Adding Value to your Equestrian Property

Adding Value to your Equestrian Property

No need to wait for Spring! Now is always the perfect time to do some much needed cleaning of the tack room, organization of saddle racks, tack cleaning, blanket washing, and pitching those old fly masks you’re sure you’ll need someday. Am I right?…

Thinking About Selling Your Equestrian Property?

Thinking About Selling Your Equestrian Property?

  We’ll Walk You Through it All!   Get Your Equestrian Property Sold.   Get Started Today by Scheduling a Complimentary  Equestrian Property Sellers Consultation.   The sale of your equestrian property is more than a business transaction. Recognizing that selling…

Carol Shuttleworth & Patti Newton: Serving Your Equestrian Real Estate Needs

Carol Shuttleworth & Patti Newton: Serving Your Equestrian R

  Carol established California Equestrian Properties nearly 20 years ago, becoming somewhat of a legend for her vast knowledge and expertise in equestrian real estate. She discovered her love of horses over 20 years ago and ultimately decided to marry her two passions, real estate…

10 Tips For Moving With Pets

10 Tips For Moving With Pets

  There’s no way around it – moving can be really stressful! But when you throw a pet into the mix, it can make the task even more daunting. If you’re getting ready to move, but aren’t sure what to…

Home Buyer Pet Peeves

Home Buyer Pet Peeves

Selling your home can be a stressful and challenging process. Why would you want to make it doubly so by irritating potential buyers? Here’s what you want to avoid when putting your home on the market. Not being prepared In…

Carol Shuttleworth: An Equestrian Realtor

Carol Shuttleworth: An Equestrian Realtor

What makes a top equestrian realtor? Is it knowledge of the real estate business in both the commercial and equestrian fields? Or having the marketing tools needed to run a successful business? Carol Shuttleworth from California Equestrian Properties takes all…

Buying Your Equestrian Property – Is the Time Right?

Buying Your Equestrian Property – Is the Time Right?

http://californiaequestrianproperties.com/carol-shuttleworth-serving-equestrian-real-estate-needs/infoall/ Wondering about the possibility of buying your equestrian property in the current market? The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index (HOI) released this week confirmed other recent reports of growth in the real estate market.  Spurred…

Importance of Acreage and Topography When Buying an Equestrian Property

Importance of Acreage and Topography When Buying an Equestrian Pr

Once you’ve decided on the type/style of equestrian property you would like to buy, the next step is looking at the topography– the natural and artificial physical features– of the property. This is important because it can determine the layout, acreage,…

San Marcos Horse Properties and Resources

San Marcos Horse Properties and Resources

Welcome to San Marcos! San Marcos can be considered a hidden gem in North County San Diego. The city is bordered by Escondido to the east, Encinitas to the southwest, Carlsbad to the west, and Vista to the northwest. It is an…

Introducing Patti Newton!

Introducing Patti Newton!

  We are pleased to announce that Patti Newton has joined the California Equestrian Properties team! A lifelong horsewoman, Patti has a diverse background in the horse industry. Most recently, she worked for the Del Mar National Horse Show for…

What is the Ideal Jumper?

What is the Ideal Jumper?

The jumper ring is a fast paced and thrilling place to be. Its full of technical courses, colorful jumps, and tight time frames. The only judge is the clock and its– to put it simply– a race against time. Each…

Dressage: What Judges Look For

Dressage: What Judges Look For

http://californiaequestrianproperties.com/carol-shuttleworth-serving-equestrian-real-estate-needs/infoall/ In each dressage event, judges look for precision and control. The horse should be supple and attentive to the rider’s next command. Competition classes begin at introductory and training levels where the basics of walk, trot, and canter are…