Terraccianos keep growing with Fallbrook office of RE/MAX United

Terraccianos keep growing with Fallbrook office of RE/MAX United

Based on their impressive growth spurt the past several years, it’s safe to say real estate brokers Cheyanne and Keny Terracciano of RE/MAX United are doing something right. “We’ve grown from one office in Southern California to nine offices in the past seven years,” said Cheyanne. “It’s incredible growth for us, so it’s a good […]

Home improvements that increase home value

Home improvements that increase home value

FALLBROOK – When granite countertops or shiny, stainless steel appliances beckon homeowners from the display areas of home improvement stores, it’s tempting to gear remodeling thoughts toward the items that will add flair and decorative appeal to a home. Even though most improvements add some measure of value, deciding which are the best investments can […]

Hearing date set for purchase of agricultural conservation easements

A Nov. 16 hearing is expected to result in the San Diego County Board of Supervisors approving the purchase of agricultural conservation easements on two properties, including one in Pauma Valley. A 5-0 Board of Supervisors vote Oct. 19 set the hearing date for the purchase of the Pauma Valley and Ramona easements for their […]

Zoning Administrator finds CEQA compliance for Greenacres Road lot split

The county’s Zoning Administrator made findings that a proposed lot split in the 1500 block of Greenacres Road will not require further California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review. The Oct. 26 decision of Zoning Administrator Joe Farace does not approve the proposed subdivision of the five-acre parcel into four residential lots. The decision on the […]

Former Marine Marty Conrad joins Windermere as COO

FALLBROOK – Windermere Homes & Estates owners Rich Johnson and Brian Gooding are proud to announce the newest team member joining their firm, Marty Conrad. Bringing an extensive history in the real estate field, Conrad will serve as chief operating officer (COO) and work side by side with Johnson, Gooding and Jim Berns, broker of […]

The impact of Serrano v. Priest on local school tax rates

The controversy of a political issue isn’t whether both benefits and drawbacks exist but rather whether the benefits outweigh the drawbacks, and that was the case with the Proposition 13 tax cut measure whose major benefit was the reduction of property tax for homeowners (as well as owners of agricultural, rental residential, and non-residential property) […]

Watson back on Upper San Luis Rey RCD board

Oggie Watson is back on the board of the Upper San Luis Rey Resource Conservation District. A member of the board must either live within the district boundaries or have an employer within the district. Watson, who lives in Temecula, stepped off the board in April 2010 when he retired as the general manager of […]