In 2009, Mitch, co-founded SoCal Business Partners, LLC, which has invested in San Diego residential properties. As apart of this team, he helped create a proven system to buy and sell hundreds of properties. Experiencing first-hand the impact that home revitalization had on communities in San Diego led to him to develop a new passion. His goal is to enhance communities all over the Southern California region to help develop thriving communities.
In 2011, Mitch as a broker also co-founded SoCal Premier Properties to assist in the evaluation of properties prior to acquisition by SoCal Business Partners, LLC and to market and sell properties post acquisition. As apart of this partnership, he led the development of investment opportunities, allowing others to take part in his mission.
Cathy is incredibly driven and active in the community. Through SoCal, she has been directly involved in more that 450 transactions over the course of three years. Cathy serves on the board of the Coronado Real Estate Association (CREA) and this year was elected to the California Association of Realtors board of directors. She may be best known as President of the Coronado Promenade Concerts, where each week this past summer she has introduced all the crowd pleasing bands. Moreover, she and her board raised the money necessary to pay those bands, and to upgrade the infrastructure including a new sound system for the popular concert series.
Back in her homeland of Cape Cod, Cathy was co-host of the “Cathy and Don Show” a drive-time talk show airing over WXTK, a 50,000 watt radio station on the edge of Boston. She may never have settled in Coronado if not for Family Feud. She and her two sisters, mother and a cousin were the big winners on the TV show, and Cathy used her share of the $10,000 prize money to treat herself to a fitness weekend in Santa Barbra. That’s where she met Coronado resident Nancy Lenhart, owner of New Directions & Lifestyles, a health and fitness company. In short, Cathy moved west and has resided in California ever since.
Carmelita Del Real
Carmelita has lived in San Diego for 14 years and considers her career in real estate a privilege, not just a job! She loves working with 1st time homebuyers as they realize a dream come true. She also has over 8 years of experience working with sellers and investors looking for everything from entry to luxury level homes. Unique to Carmelita is that she has represented investors at the foreclosure auctions as their bidder, developing a very keen sense of negotiating.
With a background in legal assistance, Carmelita is able to explain contracts to buyers and sellers, which at times can seem daunting. Her extensive training in the legal field allows her clients to have total confidence in her guidance allowing Carmelita to provide superb client service which she prides herself on.
Near and dear to her heart is animal rescues. A portion of every commission goes to her favorite charity: Labradors and Friends Rescue Group. She is a season-ticket holder for the San Diego Padres and Chargers and an active member of the San Diego Padres Volunteer Program. Carmelita raised her 3 children here in San Diego where they we all very active members in San Diego soccer leagues.
Jack Rosenthal acquired his real estate license shortly after graduating from high school in the early 70’s. The analysis and sale of income producing real estate grew to become his core business. In the early 80’s he created and taught the first real estate investment property class offered through the San Diego Community College system.
His passion for surfing and coastal property investments found him dividing his time between San Diego and Sydney for much of his working career. In Sydney he worked in banking and financial markets. His weekly commentaries on Bloomberg News in Sydney were a broadly referenced view of the volatile events in global currency and interest rate markets.
Since returning full time to San Diego in 2008, Jack has been working with clients, assessing, selling and buying residential investment properties. In an era when money market accounts pay one half of one percent, his clients have again discovered the wonder of positive cash flow rental property. The scarcity of new rental properties in San Diego is acute. Jack firmly believes that quality, well-located residential rentals will continue to outperform other asset classes.