Home Seller's TipsHousing MarketNorth County San Diego Real EstateUncategorized January 23, 2015

Safety First When Selling Your Home

To sell your home you have to show your home.  This means that a bonded and trustworthy Realtor will be bringing potential buyers in to your home and they will be in your most personal spaces.  As your trusted advisor, my first priority is maintaing your safety, securtiy and privacy while performing my duties of selling your home. 

As a rule you need to remove any items of value from sight and preferably lock them up in a safe if you have one.  Small things like jewelry, keys, credit cards and cash need to be out of sight. 

Use this list to clear your home and protect you and your family.  It's a good idea to keep these items in a safe place at all times, but especially when you are in the process of selling your home.

High Risk Items to Remove or Lock Up:

  • Cash
  • Credit Cards
  • Bank Statements/Checkbooks
  • Jewelry
  • Keys
  • Perscription Medications
  • Firearms, knives and any type of weapon
  • Valuable Items that are breakable
  • Passports, Birth Certificates, Social Securty Cards and any other documents that have personal information on them. 
  • Small Valuable Items….if can fit in a pocket remove it.

It's always best to be safe rather than sorry.  Protect yourself from loss and liability.  The inforgraphic below is a simple guideline to follow when selling your home. 



by Alison Peterson, Carlsbad Realtor and Certified Military Relocation Professional

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Alison Peterson Earns NAR’s Military Relocation Professional Certification

Alison Peterson Earns NAR’s Military Relocation Professional Certification
Military Personnel and Veterans Benefit from
REALTOR® Expertise in Military Benefits, the Relocation Process, and Support

Carlsbad, Califorina, November 10, 2014 — Alison Peterson with Windermere Homes & Estates has earned the nationally recognized Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification.  The National Association of REALTORS® confers the MRP certification to REALTORS® who want to help military personnel and veterans find housing solutions that best meet their needs and allow them to take full advantage of their military benefits.

When military staff and their families relocate, the services of a real estate professional who understands their needs and timetables can make the transfer easier, faster and less stressful.  REALTORS® who earn this certification know to work with active duty military buyers and sellers, as well as veterans.  

Homeownership is an important part of the fabric of America, and having a stable home environment is vital when men and women of the military are called away to serve their country. Working with a REALTOR® who understands specific needs and timetables related to military service will help make their transfers easier, faster and less stressful.  The Military Relocation Professional certification will help REALTORS® hone their knowledge and skills for working with veterans and active duty military buyers and sellers to ensure that homeownership remains affordable and accessible to them.

The certification provides NAR’s members with resources to accommodate current and former military service members at any stage of their military career.

To learn more about your VA Home Buyer’s and Seller’s options and see how working with a Military Relocation Professional can benefit you, contact Alison Peterson today at 760-889-7934. www.PCStoSanDiego.com




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Find Your Fit San Diego

Before you invest in the home of your dreams you may want to find out if this area is the best fit for you.  There are so many different and diversified areas in San Diego County to choose from.  There are even different "Micro Climates" in our area.  You will hear that word a lot when watching the weather around here so you need to know what this means.  Micro Climate refers to the fact that while it can be overcast and a chilly 65 degrees by the water in Oceanside, you could find that at the same moment it is 85 degrees and sunny in Fallbrook. 

Some areas are known for types of architecture, ammenities, parks, schools and even neighborhoods that are the most pet friendly.  Let's not forget that commute factor!   Think about your life and the lifestyle you want to pursue.   Whatever you are looking for, it is here in San Diego County.








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