Welcome to the Conley Team website

The Conley Team has been representing extraordinary homes and buyers for over 24 years in the North County San Diego area. Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty and the Conley Team are about a level of service, not a price. It is our goal to offer the Sotheby’s level of service to all our clients whether a first time buyer or an extraordinary estate. We sell the American Dream.

Why the team approach? The real estate business has evolved and Don has always been able to embrace change in order to maximize the client’s benefits. The team approach allows us to maximize our efforts in a way that keeps our buyers and sellers informed and in a position to react immediately to the everyday changes in our business.

Why Pacific Sotheby’s international Realty? Change is consistent in the real estate business and to be associated with a company that is locally owned and recognized both nationally, and internationally is the best way the Conley Team can stay in front of the real estate market. Approximately 65% of our buyer’s move locally, and 35% some from across the United States and world. San Diego is an international move in market and there is no other real estate company known locally, nationally and internationally like Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty. (www.pacificsothebysrealty.com)

The association of Sotheby’s Realty and Sotheby’s auction house gives us exposure to 85% of the world’s top tiered individuals. Exposure that is unsurpassed.

Combing the skills and marketing of the Conley Team, Steve Games (a marketing guru and one of the owners of Pacific Sotheby’s Realty), & the extraordinary marketing of Sotheby’s International Realty takes the marketing of your home to a new level.

When Mortgage Rates Rise

Credit The New York Times Mortgages By LISA PREVOST Mortgage rates have remained relatively low this year, and little changed, despite previous predictions of an inevitable rise. Borrowers, though, may be wondering how much longer this environment can last. At this point, waiting for the rise in interest rates “is a little bit like ‘Waiting […]

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Social Media Changes the Home Buying Experience

Social Media Changes the Home Buying Experience By Leslie Kilpatrick, photo courtesy of www.MediaBistro.com Who doesn’t use social media these days? Of course, we all know a handful of holdouts – and I can respect their reasons for staying off the grid – but like many, I use social media daily, including for my real […]

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FHA Fees Are Holding Back First-Time Homebuyers

Richard A. Smith is chairman, chief executive officer, and president of Realogy Holdings Corp. FHA Fees Are Holding Back First-Time Homebuyers Richard A. Smith SEP 16, 2014 10:00am ET . . In recent testimony before Congress, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen confirmed what many aspiring homebuyers have known for several years. “It has now become […]

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Thinking of borrowing? Low mortgage rates may be poised to rise

This time next year, the Mortgage Bankers Assn. projects, the average interest rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage will be 5.2%, its highest level since early 2010. (Luke Sharrett / Bloomberg) By Tim Logan contact the reporter If you’re borrowing to buy a house, there’s almost never been a better time to do it. Interest […]

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U.S. housing market improving, inflation pressures muted.

BY LUCIA MUTIKANI WASHINGTON Tue Aug 19, 2014 7:26pm EDT (Reuters) – U.S. housing starts surged to an eight-month high in July, suggesting the nation’s housing market recovery was back on track after stalling in the second half of last year. While the rebound points to sustained economic strength, other data on Tuesday showed inflation largely under wraps, which […]

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12471 Carmel View North San Diego, CA 92130

12471 Carmel View North San Diego, CA 92130~This single-level design has been creatively achieved by Goral Construction, featuring an open floor plan with a vaulted ceiling in the great room, four bedroom suites, a library/den and 4 car-garage. Each of the bedrooms features the highest quality finishes and bathroom amenities. The entire home is complete […]

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New Listing: 530 Deadwood San Marcos, CA 92078

530 Deadwood San Marcos, CA 92078 ~This Southwestern styled custom home sits atop 5+ acres with some of the most expansive views you will find in San Diego County. The flowing floor plan is excellent for today’s modern lifestyle, offering defined areas that take in the panoramic ocean and mountain views. The entry level boasts […]

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Congratulations Conley Team!

Congratulations on making the REAL Trends 2014 list! You are in the top 0.1% of all agents nationwide, and you have also earned the America’s Best Real Estate Agents badge which is now shown on you Trulia.com profile page.

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Where will SD home prices go in 2014?

By Jonathan Horn 6 A.M.DEC. 28, 2013 Q: WHAT DO YOU THINK THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY MEDIAN HOME PRICE, NOW STANDING AT $415,000 (VIA DATAQUICK), WILL BE AT THE END OF 2014? AND WHY?   •Murtaza Baxamusa, directs planning and development for the Family Housing Corporation, of the San Diego Building Trades in Mission Valley: As the economy […]

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Home prices up, but pace still slowing

By Jonathan Horn 11:40 A.M.DEC. 31, 2013 San Diego County housing prices rose again in October, but the pace of growth continued to slow. The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index showed Tuesday that from September to October, the index grew 0.3 percent. That’s down from the 0.9 percent gain from August to September, and the 1.8 percent […]

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