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Gorgeous, 2+2 Condo with Over $50K in Upgrades in Lovely Vista Del Oro — $379,000

On August 12, 2016, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

GORGEOUS, SPACIOUS, NEWLY REMODELED 2+2 condo in lovely Vista Del Oro. Turn-key perfect with over $50K in top-of-the-line upgrades. Shows like a stunning model home. Secure, gated building with easy elevator access conveniently located close to Averill Park, marina and beaches. This warm home features maple wood floors, an open…

COMING SOON: Catalina & Ocean View Home in the South Shores — $938,000

On January 27, 2016, Posted by , In Coming Soon,Uncategorized, With No Comments

COMING SOON! This recently renovated, ocean view property exudes a warm and peaceful ambiance, and sits high on a bluff behind custom stone & wrought iron gates for maximum privacy and serenity. Originally built in 1959, this 3+2, 1,376 sq.ft home on an extra private 7,751 lot, features custom stone…

THREE WAYS TO BUY A HOME WITHOUT (YET) SELLING YOUR CURRENT RESIDENCE

On March 5, 2015, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

DILEMMA:   You’ve found the perfect new home, but don’t yet have your current property on the market — and you need to sell in order to buy the upleg.  Rather than losing out on the opportunity to act fast, there are three options that may enable you to qualify for a new mortgage loan before…

2015 Real Estate Forecast: Positive Momentum Continues

On January 6, 2015, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

2015 FORECAST:   It’s a new year and the outlook for the housing market is definitely bright. 2014 was the best year in the U.S. economic recovery since the recession of 2008-2009, with an accelerating economy fueling job and income growth, and helping to bolster consumer confidence. It’s also been seven…

NEW LISTING! 7140 E. Mezzanine Way, Long Beach — List: $695,000

On December 19, 2014, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

Designed by famed architect Cliff May — father of the iconic mid-century modern California Ranch House of the 1950s — this zen-inspired home was featured on HGTV’s “Carter Can” and received over $65,000 in eco-friendly/designer upgrades, while maintaining the character and integrity of the original open floor plan/open living philosophy…