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CSUSM & Bridget Potterton

07 Dec 2022

written by Cindy Matalucci

LIVE FRIDAY DEC. 2nd!

We welcomed Bridget Potterton from Keller Williams

Bridget is our real estate expert from Bridge Coast Team & Keller Williams. She spoke about the market update as well as whether buying or selling your home during the holidays is a good idea.

Bridget gave us some tips on this topic and talked abut the pros and cons of listing and buying during the holidays.

Bridget told us that holiday buyers tend to be more serious and competition is less fierce with fewer homes being actively marketed.

Some key tips:
1.) Deck the halls, but don’t go overboard. Do not go crazy with decorations.
2.) Hire a reliable real estate agent who won’t disappear during the holidays.
3.) Seek out motivated buyers and make sure if you have pictures and videos that you have everything virtually staged.

Contact Bridget for a consult.
Bridget Potterton
858.257.1555
Keller Williams Realty San Diego Metro DRE #01295699
2250 4th Ave,
San Diego, California 92101

We then welcomed Miguel de Jesus, Director of Business Development at the College of Business Administration and Roger Herzler Director of Business Community Projects at the 

College Of Business Administration: California State University San Marcos

Cal State San Marcos is dedicated to the success of their students with a focus on career development through their engaging Signature Programs.

They offer a variety of options in its Undergraduate Program, including, Accounting, Business Analytics, Finance, Global Business, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, and Global Supply Chain Management, Professional Mentoring Programs, and more.

Miguel and Roger discuss two of these programs on the show, the Masters Experience Program and the Senior Experience program.

The Master’s Experience program is a CSUSM signature program that connects business organizations with graduate students to perform consulting projects.

The Senior Experience program is required by students to graduate from the College of Business Administration. They work on 5-person teams on defined projects for sponsoring organizations. The program has conducted projects for all manner of organization: 1-person startups to Fortune 100 companies; 40% of projects are for non-profits, including foundations, city, state, local governments, other universities….pretty much every kind of organization.

For more information on COBA and CSUSM contact them here:

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