Kim has been actively involved with real estate for 17 years. As far back as 1989, Kim and her husband, Dave, began purchasing and renovating residential property. They did this while working full time and raising four children. From these experiences Kim learned valuable critical thinking skills, successful multi-tasking, and how to nurture relationships. Their children have grown into independent, well-adjusted young adults, so those skills seem to have paid off.


Communicating with our San Diego Real Estate Clients

My wise friend George Kahn has a blog titled “Passion Party.” Blog #485 is a simple concept of how to really help others when in business. George’s blog … We get caught up in all the latest technology the newest software the various tricks and techniques to build our business. But people don’t want tricks and techniques, People…

Administrator Responsibilities

Preliminary Tips When Going Through San Diego Probate

  Preliminary Tips When Going Through San Diego Probate   A Probate Attorney outside the San Diego area wrote this article and it has some great information to help the San Diego Executor or San Diego Administrator learn the basics of the probate process including the difference between intestate (without a will) and testate (decedent leaving…

Mike needed help with his father's trust estate.

San Diego Trust Administration

CASE STUDY – The Krattli Family  Trust Administration   James Krattli passed away November 2011 leaving his La Mesa home for the past 50 years in his trust to his three sons. In March 2013, Mike called his friends Marilyn and Jeff because he needed help with the house. Marilyn was the trustee for her…