On Tuesday, July 15, the Rancho Santa Fe Association’s Pool and Fitness Committee plan to meet at 10:30am at the RSF Golf Club.
The meeting, which is open to all Covenant residents, will cover the plans for a neutral location for a proposed pool and fitness center. The architect of the Santaluz Club has been working with the committee and will provide an update at the meeting.
Heather Slosar, RSF Association Director and Committee Chair, believes investing in new, state of the art amenities can reverse the downward trend of property values in the Ranch.
“I was recently sent a home value analysis independently compiled by First American Title that compared home values in the Covenant to home values in The Bridges between 2004 and 2013. The study revealed a 16.7 percent decrease in home values in the Covenant over the same 10-year period in which The Bridges increased their home values by 12.9 percent.”
She added, “As a director of the Association I feel that I owe it to our community to explore the viability of a health club and pool facility and its ability to help increase the near and long-term property values of the Covenant as well as overall member satisfaction.”
A vote on the plan may come as early as October.