Carmel Valley, CA
Carmel Valley News
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Hella Rothwell, Broker/Owner/RealtorŪ
Tel.(831)626-4000)

California DRE #01772851 Email: HellaRothwell@gmail.com

Rothwell Realty Inc.
Office: Su Vecino Court, Dolores between 5th & 6th
P.O. Box 4554, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
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NEWS FROM CARMEL VALLEY on Thursday, August 25, 2016

What do I tell visitors to Carmel Valley when they call me?
Thursday, August 25, 2016

I get so many calls from people who plan to come to Carmel Valley for a visit, whether just for a day or several days. Most recently, a couple were on their way here from Southern California, who had reserved a room in Carmel-by-the-Sea and wanted to know if Uber would take them to Carmel Village. I guess they wanted to leave their car at the hotel. That was a new one on me! Anyone know the answer?

The other thing the gentleman wanted to know was about the wine tasting rooms, when they are open, etc. and if there is something like a "wine walk" through the Village such as the one they have here in Carmel-by-the-Sea. Again, I couldn't answer him. But I intend to find out, that and some other questions about restaurants and shopping. Much of that is on my website already,

www.CarmelValleyCalifornia.com

This is the website I produced for my clients and everyone else who is interested in coming here. It's packed full of information but, I guess, not enough. In fact, I plan to put some more maps up so people can plan their stroll around the village. Nothing is very far from each other and it's certainly easier than trying to find parking spots, especially on weekends.

I will also take some photos to spice up this newsy piece. If I do my job right, you would want to come here to Carmel Valley, maybe for a day, a week, or forever. And if it is forever, please call me so I can help you with your real estate needs.

Come back here next week and I'll report how it felt to be a visitor in Carmel Valley!!!

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION.
What is the difference in price when buying oceanfront property?

Location, location, location!

Location being right on the beach at Carmel-by-the-Sea for up to $17 Million dollars, vs. across the street for possibly $6 Million.

But "across the street" from the ocean is not "oceanfront" is it? No, it's not. But for some people that is close enough. You have a street between you and the ocean; however, no one can build across the street from you. And the difference in price? Well, around $10 Million in Carmel-by-the-Sea. Oh, and if you want a great oceanview from a house a block away from the beach, the price gets down to about $2.5 million.

Don't necessarily need to live RIGHT by the ocean? Check the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) between the ocean and deep into the Carmel Valley, or even Pebble Beach, Monterey and Pacific Grove to see what's available. Just click on the icon below. When you have found something you like, please give me a call and I will help you view it and, if it's right for you, purchase it.


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If you are interested in purchasing an oceanfront, "almost" oceanfront or oceanview property, call me and I will find a property to suit your budget.

LET ME BE YOUR BUYERS' REPRESENTATIVE:
when you purchase your home here on the Monterey Peninsula.

When you purchase property through the LISTING real estate agent,
are you at a negotiating disadvantage???

Here is what it says on the form California RealtorsŪ use called "Disclosure regarding Real Estate agency relationship" (Selling Firm to Buyer, as required by Civil Code, C.A.R. Form AD revised 11/9) for agents representing both Seller and Buyer:

"In representing both Seller and Buyer the agent may not, without the express permission of the respective party, disclose to the other party that the Seller will accept a price less than the listing or that the Buyer will pay a price greater than the price offered."

Here's the quandary:
How can the Selling agent advise the Buyer as to the lowest price to offer? And in presenting the offer, to advise the Seller to accept this offer knowing that this offer is low-ball and more may be possible?

Just something to think about!!!



Hella Mitschke Rothwell - Tel. 831-626-4000
Real Estate Broker California #01772851 & Hawaii #RB-21268
Broker/Owner/RealtorŪ
Rothwell Realty Inc. #01968433
Office: Su Vecino Court, Dolores between 5th & 6th
P.O. Box 4554, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
Email: HellaRothwell@gmail.com


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