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RE/MAX Regal is Hiring!

RE/MAX Regal is looking for a Licensed Real Estate Agent or Realtor (preferred) to assist our Broker/Owner with transaction coordinating, maintaining client relationships, and a variety of related tasks.

Our ideal candidate will:

  • Have multiple years’ experience in the industry working on transactions and will be fairly self-sufficient as a transaction coordinator
  • Be comfortable handling signs, lockboxes, showings, photography, open houses, and inspections for our listings
  • Be social media and computer literate: while the office has a marketing director, you’ll likely be working on some light social media marketing, and we conduct transactions digitally.
  • Have HIGH attention to detail. This one should be obvious—we’re talking real estate.
  • Always be ready to pitch in: we’re a small office and everyone does some of everything!
  • Have a flexible schedule: we need someone who can be in the office most days of the week for some period of time with some weekends. However, we are also flexible, depending on the candidate.
  • Have no problem with mundane office tasks: answering phones, making copies, scanning, data entry.
  • Be a self-starter: real estate doesn’t wait around!
  • Be willing to handle whatever tasks are thrown your way. Staples? Post office? Donuts? Starbucks? Lunch run? Dog walk? 6am Sunday event setup? (Starbucks???) Yep, we all do it all.
  • MUST BE DOG FRIENDLY. Wrigley, our canine Director of Security, is here daily.


  • Event management experience a PLUS: we pitch in with our community regularly and often help plan.
  • Property management experience a PLUS: our property management division is growing, and there’s a large opportunity for growth for the right candidate.
  • Marketing/advertising experience a PLUS.
  • Please include our office dog’s name in the subject line of your email. Otherwise, we may not read it. (Hey, we did say attention to detail is required.)

Pay is dependent on experience and/or transaction volume and/or candidate’s ability to take on property management position, etc.

Please send your resume and cover letter to Liz Jenkins, Director of Operations, at

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RE/MAX Regal Broker/Owner Ashley Robertson Bedard a Hero of Vista Finalist

RE/MAX Regal Broker/Owner Ashley Robertson Bedard has been named a Top 3 Finalist for Vista Businessperson of the Year!

Through the Vista Chamber of Commerce’s “Heroes of Vista” program, nominees must be successful in their industry and have made an impact in our community through their community involvement, employer benefits & practices, and more.

Ashley’s community service involvement is well-known in the North County community; in 2016, Ashley and the RE/MAX Regal team of agents and partners gathered over 700 pounds of food for Vista Teen Outreach, an organization that provides food pantries in Vista schools for families in need. Each year during the holidays, Ashley runs a toy drive for Solutions for Change, a nonprofit striving to end family homelessness.

Ashley’s Real Estate excellence is distinguished, with many thrilled clients and a growing brokerage now expanding into property management. As a Certified Residential Specialist, Short Sale & Foreclosure Certified, and a Military Residential Specialist, Ashley has found success as a Realtor and Broker in San Diego County.

Winners will be announced on April 21st.

About RE/MAX Regal:

Based in San Marcos, RE/MAX Regal’s team of agents can help you buy or sell property in all of San Diego, Orange, and Riverside counties. Our vision is to bring forth innovation, professionalism, and collaboration to improve our real estate industry. We strive to provide the finest quality of service, exceeding client’s expectations, and to maintain the highest standard of excellence, honesty, and ethics. Interested in joining the growing team at RE/MAX Regal? Visit

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Staging Your Home To Sell: 8 Ways To Make Buyers Fall In Love

“You will never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Will Rogers said that about people, but the same rule holds true for homes. When preparing to sell your home, you must take advantage of every opportunity to make your first impression stunning. Here are 8 tips to blow your potential buyers away.

  1. Curb Appeal: A buyer’s first impression is the outside of your home. Make it beautiful! Keep sidewalks cleared, remove shoes and kids’ toys, mow the lawn, and paint any faded window trim or peeling paint on the deck. Make sure your outside lights are working and remove oil stains from the driveway (cola is a great way to do this!). Planting yellow flowers will evoke emotion.
  2. Ambiance: You want the buyer to walk into your home and not want to leave! A few suggestions: play smooth jazz, bake cookies before an open house, and/or use a diffuser to provide a tranquil scent.
  3. Cleanliness: You want to make sure the house is clean. Clean grout lines, remove cobwebs, clean out the refrigerator, and dust ceiling fans and light fixtures. Hang fresh towels, vacuum regularly, polish chrome faucets, wash the windows and mirrors, and MOST importantly, clean and air out any odors.
  4. Minor repairs: Minor repairs can truly aid the salability of the home. Patch holes, fix leaky faucets, adjust doors that don’t close properly, and re-caulk showers, tubs, and sinks. Replace burnt out light bulbs and make sure the walls are a neutral color. If a room is small, hang curtains a foot higher than the top of the window, which will create the illusion of a larger room.
  5. De-Clutter: Have you ever been in a model home? Make your home a model home by clearing off kitchen and bathroom counters. Make sure shoes are neatly placed on a shoe rack or in the garage. Don’t leave anything in the entryway and hide cords. The best way to de-clutter is to actually start packing!
  6. Disassociate and De-Personalize: When de-cluttering, remember to consider personal items you’ll be taking with you. Providing the buyer with an opportunity to envision themselves in the home is crucial. This can be achieved by removing personal photos and limiting the use of décor that has phrases.
  7. Move Your Favorite Items: If you love a chandelier and want to take it with you, remove it before showing the property. If a buyer doesn’t see it, they can’t fall in love with it.
  8. Rearrange and Organize: Buyers have a tendency to open the cabinets and closets. A few organizing tips: hang clothes together, buttoned, and in the same direction; neatly stack dishes; and have items in your cabinets and refrigerator facing forward. Avoid placing furniture at an angle, as it makes the room look smaller.

Not sure your home is ready for the market? RE/MAX Regal will help you stage your home for sale and advise you through the preparation process!