REAL ESTATE
Don’t Make These 5 Common House Hunting Mistakes

Searching for a house can be quite overwhelming. Keep in mind that most of the homes you see won’t be what you’re looking for. We spoke with local real estate agent, Darrell Don, on how to avoid the five most common house hunting mistakes. 1.…

A Charming, Traditional Style Home Located in Altadena

This charming Traditional style home is located at the base of the foothills in the Historic Highlands neighborhood. The home’s classic details…

An Impressive English Period Revival Style Home Located in East Mountain Street, Glendale

Sited in the Bellehurst Hillslope of the Rosmoyne neighborhood, this English Period Revival style home has commanding views of the valley below and the Los…

4 Insider Real Estate Tips

If you are looking for a house, here are some universal real estate tips that will help you choose wisely. We spoke…

Get Your Home Sold in 2017

If you’re thinking about listing your home for sale — or if you already know you will — why not do so early, as possible?…

An Elegant Studio Home on Top of Pasadena’s The Burton

The Burton is one of Pasadena’s most contemporary and thoughtful condo complexes. Unit 504 is a top floor studio that’s elegantly and…

An Elegant Contemporary Home Located on Old House Road Pasadena

This striking contemporary style home with two-story entry was built in 1967 by John A. Rinaldi as his personal residence. Rinaldi, a noted architect, is responsible…

A Spanish Colonial Revival Style Home Located in Madison Heights Pasadena

This sophisticated Spanish Colonial style home is located in the Madison Heights neighborhood of Pasadena. The home has soaring coved ceilings, arched doorways,…

Do You Know Which Home Loan is Right for You?

The kind of mortgage you choose has a big impact on how much you end up paying—how much you’ll have to pay upfront, your monthly…

5 Neighborhood Features That Boost Resale

When you’re looking at homes for sale, certain factors are on the top of your list — be they large walk-in closets, a gourmet kitchen, or a private backyard. But beyond the details of the house itself, your potential new abode’s neighborhood will most likely be high on your list (location, location, location!). Maybe it’s the community pool, the nearby biking trails, or walkability to the elementary school and grocery store. Or maybe it’s the overall curb appeal of the neighborhood. (Who doesn’t want their neighborhood’s entrance bursting with inviting, colorful flowers and shrubs?) Here’s a list of the neighborhood…

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