Smarter San Diego – Episode 17 – LIVE on CH4SD – Nov. 22, 2015

Need to get smarter?… Watch some Smarter San Diego! 


  • Is it worth renovating your house before selling? 

Amanda Guerin & Sammy Tovar of Big Block Realty share some legitimately easy tips to help you sell your home faster through renovating your home – yourself! 

  • To Rent or Own in Downtown…the whole truth. 

Our favorite downtown San Diego Realtor, Nicole Hazelton brings Whitney Benzian, President of the California Apartment Assoc. (San Diego Division) to talk about renting downtown and how to graduate to purchasing. 

  • Military Mutual…Fighting for Home Ice. 

Military Mutual’s Derek Barksdale shares the story of his Father, Don Barksdale, and Maurice Cornell talks about his passion… helping people find Hockey in San Diego – Fighting for Home Ice

  • Business Networking on Steroids in 92120… 

There’s a new business networking group in Del Cerro and our Del Cerro community correspondent Billy Colestock brings the founder of GADS B2B, Maggie Pound, to talk about how they’re helping the communities local business owners. 

  • Artistic Marketing…Different is good! 

Realtors and home sellers! Priscila Rodriguez brings you – along with her Photographer Eddie Flores – tips on how to sell your home through great marketing tools with branding, emotion and great photos/visuals. 

  • Managing Home Equity for a safer, more secure retirement… 

The Harmes Team – father/daughter Scott and Christina Harmes share the significance of using a reverse mortgage to specifically manage home equity for a safer and more secure retirement.


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