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Welcome, Heather and Amanda!

We’re thrilled that 2018 includes these wonderful additions to our agent roster!

Heather always appreciates the opportunity to meet new people and provide information about herself, her experience and the opportunity to earn your business! She is a true Southern California native, living and working in the North San Diego County and Southwest Riverside County for over 30 years. Her local knowledge is key in helping navigate her clients through the current real estate climate.

She is dedicated to helping families and individuals win in Southern California real estate. Her “in the trenches” expertise includes Listing and Sales of Homes, Land, and Agricultural Property, Short Sale transactions, Income Properties and Property Management.

She also works with local likeminded professionals who share her passion to help others succeed in real estate. She values Quality over Quantity, is dedicated to customer and community service, and looks forward to providing you with the absolute highest standard of care and commitment.


Amanda joins us with an impressive background in Property Management, including rising to the top as #1 Leasing Agent for two major commercial companies and over 950 doors managed.

Amanda is right at home in our military community in North County and in the office, as she has served our country and is an Air Force Security Forces Veteran! An equestrian enthusiast, Amanda has also run guided horse trail rides at wineries when not working in real estate. She lives in the lovely community of Fallbrook with her two daughters and boyfriend.

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Happy Holiday Party!

We had a fantastic holiday party! Games, Italian food, and a White Elephant exchange made for a wonderful evening! Several Preferred Partners joined us. Somehow we still ended up with far too many cupcakes!

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2017 Wildfires Property Tax Relief

Important information for homeowners affected by the 2017 wildfires in San Diego County; please see below for attachments:

San Diego County Assessor/Recorder/Clerk Ernest Dronenburg wishes to advise all property owners whose property was damaged or destroyed during the recent wildfires that property tax relief is available. This tax relief program requires the reassessment of the prope rty to reflect its damaged condition. The reduced value will remain in effect until such time as the property is rebuilt or repaired.

More importantly, after the property is rebuilt or repaired, the owners can retain their previous taxable value if the property is rebuilt in a like or similar manner. This means that the base property tax assessment will not increase beyond what it was prior to the fire.

Property tax relief is available for any property damage, which includes houses and out – buildings, commercial and industrial properties, and manufactured homes. Damage to vehicles and the contents of a home such as furniture are not eligible for this tax relief because it is not taxable. (See the attached information sheet and calamity claim form.)

“The Assessor’s office will be proactively mailing property tax relief applications to affected property owners,” Mr. Dronenburg said. “I would also like to strongly encourage all property owners who suffered fire damage to their property in excess of $10,000 to contact my office for the necessary claim form at (619) 531 – 4993 or by visiting the Assessor’s website at”

View Full 2017 Wildfire Property Tax Relief Announcement And Attachments