- Fig Garden Village- $150k +
- Old Fig Garden $300k +
- The Bluff's in NW Fresno $190+
- Justin Pointe - $200+
- Sageberry at Copper River- $200k +
- River's Edge - $200+
- Chestnut Grove - $200+
- The Dominion- $275k +
- Terrabella at Copper River - $275+
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February 19th, 2012
Fresno Real Estate is on Google+
Google+ is fast becoming one of the world’s favorite social media connecting points. Google+ keeps with the simplicity Google is known for, while adding unique features not provided by Facebook and other popular social media sites. Features like “Hang outs” and “circles” make connecting simple and removes all of the unnecessary, or unwanted, information as determined by you. So whether you are interested in real estate in Fresno, looking to buy or sell a home in the near future or even if you are a small business in Fresno looking to connect with other small businesses… we want to invite you!
If you already have a gmail account or are on YOU TUBE, then you are half way there! Click on the Google+ icon below to join us and get started and to join our circle.
If you are looking to connect on all things Fresno or Real Estate in Fresno, then we invite you to join us!
February 14th, 2012
What is the “American Dream?”
Recently I wondered to myself (sort of a crisis of belief) “what matters most to me?” Every person in the United States and in every geographic region, across all cultures has been passed down to them a mental picture, or vision, of what the future could/should be. One of the common threads of dreams for the average American is that one day we will own our own home. However, many today find that their home (or “dream”) owns them and has become a nightmare instead. We all have a natural tendency to attach hopes and dreams to the things we deem have “value.” Jesus taught, “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be as well.” So, there is a real danger in attaching too much value to anything material.
Fresno home value’s are 40-70% down from just five years ago and home owners are faced with the difficult decision to hold on to a dream that seems to be dying or let go of their homes and replace that dream with a different picture or vision for their lives. Selfishly, as a Fresno REALTOR I would love for everyone to buy a home (and let me help them!). However, I would caution all of us not to put too much value in something so fragile, like owning anything. What seems to last are things like faith, hope and love.
So, the question is, “what matters most to you? What’s your dream?” Is it still home ownership? Is it something entirely different? Is that dream full of hope for a brighter tomorrow?
We would love to hear from you your thoughts on “The American Dream.” Is it dead or is it changing for the better?
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February 12th, 2012
Homes for Sale in Copper River Ranch
Looking for a luxury home in the Copper River Ranch and Copper River Country Club area? If you enjoy new construction and high-end quality features then Copper River Ranch is for you. This prime NE Fresno location is surrounded by outstanding recreation (cycling, golf, tennis parks), fine dinning, shopping and a short drive to the mountains. Here are the top 3 Reason to buy a Copper River Ranch home.
Located within Copper River Ranch is Fresno’s Copper River Country Club. Located alongside the San Joaquin River this community offers a par 72 championship golf course as well as a professional tennis and swimming facilities. Additionally, this area of Fresno is also a part of the distinguished Clovis Unified School District and two of the top rated elementary schools in the Valley, Fugman and Valley Oak Elementary.
FREE List of Copper River Ranch Homes
Luxury homes in this area range from $750k all the way up to $2 million with options for building a custom home of your own (membership to CRCC not included). Fill in the form below for a FREE list of Luxury Homes in the Copper River Ranch and Copper River Country Club area.
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December 27th, 2011
What Advice do you have for Small Business Owners in Fresno?
As most small business owners know it is difficult to grow your business and most small businesses fail. After many years of serving and working as a pastor in local Fresno churches I have learned some things that I think can help anyone in business for themselves. Whether you are selling or investing in real estate, own a pool company or provide health and fitness services, you need to understand the power of our interactions. Our beloved Starbucks understands this full well. I will actually drive past other coffee shops to get to a Starbucks where I know I will be warmly greeted and thanked for stopping by.
Small Business Lessons Learned
The other day I found myself wandering through a local Target (I must have been looking for some living “essential,” like a pizza cutter) I ran into an old friend’s mom. At first I thought to myself, “just smile and keep moving, you are too busy.” It must have been at least 18 years since I have seen her last (I was a kid and now she could barely recognized me). I reintroduced myself to her, she gave me a big hug, I’m sure recalling some trouble that her son and I must have caused years ago. She said to me, “How’s business? I drive by your sign everyday.” I was a bit surprised, because I hadn’t thought about her in years. She was with one of her sons (not my friend). She said to me, “This son will be ready to buy a new home in a couple months. Do you have a card?” I did and I also was reminded of a couple very important things that day.
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