You could get $50,000 to restore Walter White’s iconic ‘Wave’ house in Palm Desert

by davesingery February 8, 2018 Deal of the Week

Lovers of midcentury modern architecture are hoping to Save the Wave. The iconic Palm Desert home with a roof described as a wave or a roller coaster will be auctioned off in February, and the city of Palm Desert is offering up to $50,000 in matching funds to someone willing to buy and restore it. […]

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Top 5 Benefits of Hiring a Real Estate Agent

by davesingery December 21, 2017 Latest News

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently released their 2017 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers in which they surveyed recent home buyers and sellers about their experiences. An entire section of the profile is dedicated to buyers experiences with their real estate agents. If you are looking to buy in 2018, here are the […]

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Price Reduced!!

by davesingery November 28, 2017 Deal of the Month

The Arbor Community in La Habra, CA features a pool and many other great amenities. This is a luxury loft two bedroom two bathroom condo that has been completely remodeled and upgraded throughout. There are high ceilings, a fireplace in the living room, the kitchen has quartz countertops, tiled backsplash, both bathrooms have new bathtubs […]

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Top 3 States for Return On Investment

by davesingery October 3, 2017 Latest News

When it comes to making a return on their investment, West Coast homeowners are at the top. According to new data from Zillow, sellers in California, Oregon, and Washington are cashing in big on their properties, with some raking in a nearly 80 percent ROI. Sellers in Oakland, California, saw the biggest profits in 2016, […]

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4 Reasons You Should Sell Your Starter Home Right Now

by davesingery September 28, 2017 Los Angeles

When buyers are ready to purchase their first place, most are in the market for something relatively small and economical — in other words, a starter home. These diminutive dwellings are a smart first move for newbies because, ideally, they offer a chance to build equity without over-burdening the budget or requiring more maintenance than […]

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Reverse mortgages have gotten safer and cheaper but aren’t for everyone

by davesingery September 21, 2017 Latest News

Dear Liz: I have been making interest-only payments on a home equity line of credit but starting in January the payments will increase to include principle. I would like to do a cash-out refinance of my first mortgage (I owe about $190,000) to pay off the HELOC (on which I owe $140,000). My home is […]

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Building Sustainability to solve the housing crisis

by davesingery September 12, 2017 Latest News

There are innumerable perks to living in California, but modestly priced housing is certainly not one of them. It’s undeniable that housing in the Golden State is expensive, and that we have a significant housing shortage. It’s a housing affordability and supply crisis, which severely impacts quality of life and will require some creative policy […]

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3 Ways Real Estate Agents Actually SAVE You Money During Your Home Sale

by davesingery September 7, 2017 Latest News

One of the main gripes that people have with real estate agents is their commission. Many homeowners (mistakenly) think, Why should I pay a real estate agent to do something I’m perfectly capable of doing myself? The reason people avoid working with agents is because they think it’s going to cost them money. But in […]

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by davesingery August 10, 2017 Los Angeles

JUST SOLD! Whittier Home for $37,000 over asking! Call us today to get top dollar for your home. 562.822.0518

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Irvine’s Great Park open its first part of New Sports Park, Which is twice the size of Disneyland!

by davesingery August 10, 2017 Latest News

Tomoya Shimura | | Orange County Register PUBLISHED: August 5, 2017 at 7:00 pm | UPDATED: August 8, 2017 at 8:49 am IRVINE — You may not know what’s actually at the Orange County Great Park, except for that giant orange balloon. That might change now. On Saturday, Aug. 5, the city of Irvine […]

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