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What’s happening at Harb & Co?

Real Estate is a waiting game. Although, patience is a virtue, it is not my strong point. Because of this, Kris and I work with several local charities and their silent auctions. On Sunday we finished our silent auction for the celebration of the Feast of St. Jospeh at St. Bede in La Canada.

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During our real estate waiting time, we solicit for silent auction donations. It makes the waiting less painful. So here’s what’s happening at Harb & Co. real estate wise:

San Gabriel single family and tri-plex, waiting to close. Glendale Adams Hill tri-plex, waiting to close. 3737 Madison Rd., La Canada, closed, but seller rent back, waiting for key exchange.  North Hollywood single family, represented buyer, has closed, seller has rent back, waiting on key exchange. San Fernando Valley new escrow, representing buyer, waiting to schedule physical inspection.

New listings:

Atwater Village: 3 + 1, waiting for tenant to move out 3/31.  Compiling estimates for interior paint.
La Crescenta: 3 + 2, waiting for tenant to move out 4/30. Gardener is getting the lawn green, mulching, gaining curb appeal.

Real estate is a waiting game, and I think this is why there are so many part time real estate agents. Coming from a banking background, I am accustomed to a structured nine to five routine. The silent auction solicitations fill the waiting. It’s a win-win and keeps me sane.

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One thought on “What’s happening at Harb & Co?

  1. Nancy says:

    What an admirable use of your down time.

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