Introducing HomeBot

Introducing HomeBot


A Tool to Build Your Equity

I am thrilled to share I've invested in HomeBot so you can track the value of your home at no cost to you!

Sign up for a free monthly emails I'm calling the "Homebot Digest", which offers you a highly personalized report containing valuable information to empower you to make smarter financial decisions when it comes to your home. 

What will Homebot track for you? Take a look:

  • Current and historical estimated market value of your home
  • Appreciation since you purchased your home
  • Net worth/equity in your home
  • A breakdown of principal and interest paid since your ownership
  • Tips for how to save on interest payments
  • Your purchasing power to buy an investment property or trade up to a new home
  • Estimated rental figures for your home (or a room in your home) on services like Airbnb or VRBO
  • Your current cash-out potential for doing things like consolidating high-interest debt or increasing your home value through home improvement



Homebot reports are generated using MLS data and economic trends. The report will not take into consideration any renovations or upgrades you may have done to your home since you've purchased it. If you think the value of your home is incorrect, I am happy to help you customize your profile to improve future accuracy.




Featured Listing of the Week

I am loving this timeless 1920s Spanish Colonial Revival home located on a tree-lined street in North Mission Hills, just blocks from fun neighborhood parks, shops, restaurants, and more! This charming home enjoys a versatile, reversed floorplan that includes a formal living room, dining room, and spacious kitchen with island and balcony on the main level, plus an additional informal living room on the lower level that features custom built-ins and a wall of French doors that open to the spacious backyard. Let me know if you want to take a look!


In the News 

2024 U.S. Houzz Kitchen Trends Study

Findings from a survey of 3,437 U.S. homeowners on Houzz about their recent or planned kitchen renovation projects:

Bigger islands: More than 2 in 5 homeowners opt for islands that are 7 feet or longer. Islands that are less than 6 feet long are losing popularity.

A pop of cabinetry color: White continues to be the most common cabinetry color, but wood and green both inched up. Despite a slight dip in popularity as a primary cabinet color, blue remains a top pick for island cabinets that are a different color than the main cabinets. Green also saw a jump in popularity for island cabinets.

High-tech appliances: More homeowners prefer to replace all appliances during a renovation, rather than just a few. Homeowners are increasingly opting for appliances with high-tech capabilities. Interest in features like touch-screen displays, smart-home connectivity, and built-in apps and cameras has grown.

Backsplashes that reach new heights: Homeowners overwhelmingly choose to replace backsplashes during kitchen renovations. Backsplashes most commonly extend to the cabinets or range hood; however, more are extending up to the ceiling. The most popular backsplash material is ceramic or porcelain tile, followed by engineered quartz.

Design with longevity in mind: Among renovating homeowners addressing special needs in the kitchen, the most common reason is to accommodate aging household members’ future and current needs. Functional elements incorporated for this purpose include pullout cabinets, extra lighting, and wide drawer pulls. Safety features are also a priority, including nonslip flooring and rounded countertops.





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