I am a FULL TIME, FULL SERVICE professional and my greatest satisfaction as a professional real estate agent is helping you make your dream of owning a piece of Baja a REALITY.;I was born, raised and educated in our small, yet metropolitan city of Rosarito, Baja California. As for my higher education, I commuted back and forth between Rosarito and San Diego, where I received my Bachelors in Architecture. ;Immediately after college I started working for the State Government of Baja California. These were wonderful years of traveling all of Baja’s cities, learning the infrastructure in order to promote Baja to foreign investors in tourist related projects, according to the city’s urban growth plan and it’s potential. ;After six years of long drives and hotel accommodations, I began selling real estate in my native Rosarito. It was the next logical step.;I have inside information about distressed and foreclosed oceanfront and ocean view homes in our areas that are not found on the web. Inside information that will save you $10,000's.;Want access to some of the best real estate deals not found on the web? You can spend hours looking through our website trying to find that perfect property for the perfect price or you can contact me, a distressed home and foreclosure specialist and have me find it for you. Here is why you will not be able find that great deals on the Internet or the website by yourself.;Why Developers won't advertise it...;The developer will not advertise it as a distressed sale or a "Take Back" (repo) because they do not want to lower the value of the rest of their inventory. What the developer will do is inform the best agents in the area and tell them that if they have any potential buyers to please let them know, but whatever they do, they cannot advertise or publish the distressed properties' price. If these prices got out, it would lower the value of their entire new inventory.; How do you benefit from buying a distressed home or a "Take Back" from a developer's inventory? In most cases there has already been a deposit forfeited on a specific unit. This automatically brings down the cost of that unit price to you. Another great benefit: Instant equity on installed upgrades, meaning that you could be walking into a unit that has had upgrades that have been fully paid for and installed, which will give you additional equity in the unit.; These upgrades can usually be negotiated at a significant reduction or as in most cases they are just thrown into the deal. Now what about distressed home owners that need to sell immediately so they price their property aggressively? We get phone calls at our office all the time from people for whatever reason need to sell fast! You usually will never even see these hit the website because they are sold before they can even be listed. If they do hit the website what will happen is multiple offers will come in and the property will have a small bidding war and will be sold to the most qualified buyer within days of it being listed.; Once again your chances of even hearing about these are very slim. How do these people find out about these deals and how are they informed when these types of deals become available? Are they just lucky? Do they just stumble upon them? The answer to this is typically "no". The sophisticated and smart buyers know that answer and they are always the first to find out and the first to be able to take advantage of these deals. You need to have and experienced professional distressed home and foreclosure agent.;Not all agents are the same and don't believe for a second that you can just pick up the phone and call any agent and get the results you are looking for. It takes years of experience, contacts, and local knowledge to be able to find the really great deals. I am the agent and would like to offer my services. I will not be able to work with everyone and the people that I choose to work with will have to be pre-qualified. ;Every day I watch clients stumbling around with an unqualified agent who barley knows the area much less the product. Most of the time the client knows more than the agents. What a scary situation for the client! Not only are your chances of finding the right property extremely limited but what happens when it's time to negotiate the terms and price. ;Do you want an agent to be practicing on you? What if this is the first or second time they have ever negotiated a property? Or do you want an agent with talent and experience that has the ability to save you $10,000's or more because they know the real bottom line for that property?