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Archive for April, 2009


Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Check the trend! This chart shows the number of La Jolla homes put into escrow in each month of this year according to Sandicor: January: 2 February: 4 March: 21 April: 30!  (WooHOO!)

La Jolla Real Estate is HEATING UP!

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009

Spring is here and with it renewed activity in residential real estate… Sellers are coming to terms with a new market as buyers take advantage of fantastic interest rates, meaning minds are meeting and deals are being made.

GREG NOONAN ranked #27 out of 65,000 agents in the USA for 2008!

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Prudential Real Estate Associates has announced Greg Noonan has again reached phenomenal status as one of the nation’s leading residential real estate brokers in 2008. With a consistent record as a national leader throughout his 30 years career, Noonan credits his steadfast dedication to his clients’ interests as the catalyst for his success. “The only thing […]

La Jolla’s Scripps Research Studies DNA of the “Wellderly”

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

By Sarah Topol, RN As science and medicine evolve we are learning more and more about the underpinnings of disease. The area of genomics has been growing tremendously in the past few years following the first complete mapping of the human genome in 2007. Technology has been rapidly improving our ability to scan and sequence […]

Fishing for Food!

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

San Diegans are blessed to live in an area with such an abundance of natural resources from which a limitless number of outdoor sports and activities can be enjoyed, but there is only one that brings the excitement and clout needed to rouse the five Noonan men before the crack of dawn at 4:00am on […]

Have You Tried Our Current La Jolla Favorites…?

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

San Diego National Bank for Superlative Service … World-Class Masterful Settings & Jewels by Arthur, Master Goldsmith…  Tailoring by John at Picasso Tailors…  George’s Top Deck Views…  Everything about Torrey Pines Lodge… Michele Coulon’s Morning Buns and Minis… Hair Color & Style by Stefano at Alessandro Salon … Pico Jewelry diamonds, earrings, and bracelets… Building […]

Mills Tax Act Encourages ‘Green’ Renovations

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Classic, timeless architecture is rare and highly sought-after in San Diego, not only for its beauty and ambience but sometimes for the vast tax advantages and environmentally-conscious satisfaction it can provide its owners. The Mills Act was enacted in 1972, allowing local governments to contract with homeowners to save historic homes from being razed in […]

La Jolla Tudors Offer Storybook Charm

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Childhood memories of Hansel and Gretel aside, classic English Tudor style architecture is highly sought-after and demands a premium. The Beach-Barber Tract is especially known for its preservation of these picturesque and romantic storybook cottages, and buyers are charmed by the enchantment created by steeply pitched roofs, cross-gabled facades with half-timber ornamentation and multi-paned leaded glass […]

Have You Ever Wondered About YOUR Irish Ancestry?

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

“Well, indeed we might very well be cousins,” the man replied with a glint in his eye, “Have ye any money?” And so began the delightful climax of our search for the roots of the Noonan family tree.  Our vacation drive through Ireland led to the very church altar where Greg’s great-great grandparents had baptized […]