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Los Angeles Architect - Ray Kieffer

Los Angeles Architect – Ray Kieffer

Not too long ago I had the privilege of listing a home designed by Los Angeles Architect Ray Kieffer. (Raymond) Ray Kieffer was a popular architect among the wealthy in the late 1920's and early 1930's. Thought to be through a connection of Sen...

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Selling without the MLS

Selling without the MLS   Ask Phyllis: a blog series of frequently asked real estate questions. Email us here Dear Phyllis, In 2013, I had my Montrose home on the market for $799,000. It has 4 bedrooms and two baths. After six mo...

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Los Angeles Weekend

Safer at Home: Los Angeles Weekend May 15th – 17th

Now that we are no longer doing weekend open houses, my weekends are completely different. I visit the La Canada Farmer's Market Saturday morning and Sunday I watch mass virtually at 11 AM.  Most Sundays, I can lounge by my pool.  I am feelin...

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La Canada Housing Stats April 2020

La Canada Housing April 2020

Let's dissect La Canada Housing April 2020: Last month the least expensive La Canada home sale was a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom,  1,708 sq ft home on Lasheart Dr. which sold for $1,270,000 and the highest priced home was a 6 bedroom, 10 bath, 8,...

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Popcorn Ceilings

Ask Phyllis: a blog series of frequently asked real estate questions. Email us here We purchased our home in 2002 and are preparing it for market. The agent who sold us the home will be the one to list it. She suggested that we remove the po...

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Glendale Housing Market Stats April 2020

Glendale Housing Stats April 2020

Let's dissect Glendale Housing Stats April 2020. Because of the coronavirus, quite a few Glendale escrows cancelled last month.  We are in what should be the peak spring home selling season, but yet COVID has changed that.  Interesting to not...

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