Some homes on Mt. Soledad in La Jolla enjoy this north shore view.
Let me guess: When you planned your San Diego vacation, your list of things to do said “San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, snorkel at La Jolla Cove, hit the beach, and hike in Torrey Pines State park.”
However, our mild Southern California climate and beautiful scenery has gotten the best of you, and now you want to look at real estate.
Take heart – you aren’t the first and you aren’t alone. Michelle Silverman of Prudential California Realty specializes in introducing visitors to the La Jolla lifestyle and showing them potential dream homes.
In fact, her website “Views of La Jolla” focuses as much on visitor information as it does on real estate. When we met, I was surprised to meet a Realtor who didn’t want to talk about the last big sale – but really wanted to tell me about the clients from out-of-town who are now enjoying the local lifestyle.
Michelle has been helping people find their place in La Jolla and other areas of San Diego for over two decades and consistently ranks in the top 1-2% of Prudential sales professionals nationwide. She uses Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, phone, and email to stay on top of the ever-changing San Diego market.
On “Views of La Jolla,” you can browse the MLS listings and take a virtual tour of coastal homes for sale, but Michelle – a San Diego native – also has “Community Links” to dozens of helpful sites and a blog that combines real estate news with local visitor attractions and activities.
Most people buy souvenirs when they visit – beachy tee shirts, a watercolor painting of The Cove, a San Diego Zoo mug – but a lucky few acquire a second home, a place to retire, or an investment property.
And if Michelle Silverman is their agent, they also acquire a new friend.
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