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Now days, it seems like whenever someone has a question and it takes longer than one second to answer, you will automatically hear someone or your inner voice say, “Google It!” My good friend Amber Anderson and I were talking about this funny and common occurrence, and she mentioned to me that Google is can and should be used by current or potential Carmel Valley San Diego community homeowners. Of course, we’ve all probably used Google for one thing or an other. If you’re trying to find out information about a person, you “Google” them (romantic dates, professionals, actors, friends, etc). The day of this recording I ask the simple question of, “I wonder how hot it is today?” It was a beautiful day, as are most days in San Diego, and I was curious about the weather. So naturally, Amber suggested I Google it. But how does a home-owner or a potential home-owner leverage Google?
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Amber Anderson suggested that during their educational or researching stage, home-owners or potential home-owners can use Google in four ways:
David A. Moya is a community contributor and influencer for positive change. As a Certified Mortgage Coach, he focuses on education and transparency. During his earlier years, he fed his entrepreneurial spirit and founded a company called Motivus International Inc, which focuses on the development of young individuals who are committed to peak performance. David went on to pay for his BA in Finance through his real estate business and after graduating flew more than 30 flights to over 10 countries in order to master the art of communication and business. At the downward turn of the real estate market, David saw a need to change the industry and began to reach out to his network of professionals to see what could be done.