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Sagebrush and The La Canada School District

Sagebrush and The La Canada School District

I grew up in Glendale, my sister, brother and I all attended Glendale schools.  My grandparents lived in Glendale as did most of my cousins.  The first home I owned was in Glendale’s Brand Park neighborhood.  It had the sweetest octagonal...

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What’s your favorite architectural style?

What’s your favorite architectural style?

As a real estate agent, I have more requests from homebuyers seeking Spanish (Mediterranean) homes than any other.  Several years ago, I had a lot of potential home buyers seeking Craftsman but at least in my business that interest has waned...

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So what’s a Los Angeles home buyer to do?

So what’s a Los Angeles home buyer to do?

Being a home buyer in today’s competitive real estate market is not for the faint of heart. Demand is high for affordable (and not so affordable) housing. Each community has their own threshold, in Burbank the under $750,000 real estate marke...

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The Home Seller’s Game Plan

Step One - The Planning Stage Meet with Phyllis Harb to determine your asking price.  Phyllis will establish a customized marketing assessment for your home. Listing contracts are signed and numerous disclosures as mandated by law are prep...

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Spotlight on Glendale and Glendale’s Adams Hill

The city of Glendale is sited East of Burbank, West of Pasadena and Eagle Rock, North of Silver Lake, Atwater and downtown Los Angeles, South of La Canada and La Crescenta. Glendale is one of LA’s most sought after adjacent suburbs and offers...

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Spotlight on Glendale and Glendale’s Adams Hill

The city of Glendale is sited East of Burbank, West of Pasadena and Eagle Rock, North of Silver Lake, Atwater and downtown Los Angeles, South of La Canada and La Crescenta. Glendale is one of LA’s most sought-after adjacent suburbs and offers...

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