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This Saturday, November 23rd, is the 9th Annual Holiday Boutique at Mark Twain Middle School from 10am-3pm. There will be clothing, jewelry, and handbag vendors full of opportunity to get some of your Holiday shopping out of the way. Bring your family along for food, raffles, games, and lots of fun! For more information click here
If gorgeous is what you are looking for you’ve just found it! This special top floor end unit with one common wall has 18 foot ceilings with crown moldings, which provides privacy and an ample amount of light. Enter to find many high end designer touches such as Caesar stone, marble, Venetian plaster and custom hand rails. There’s a large master suite and rich wood floors in the bedrooms, which are connected by a spacious patio provide warmth. Upstairs there are two private outdoor spaces for entertaining and a loft which would makes an ideal 3rd bedroom. The impressive eat in kitchen opens to the two story formal dining room. If entertaining is important to you this townhome style condominium will check off all your must have boxes. Laundry inside and common area with pool and Jacuzzi.
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CNBC published a survey taken from Coldwell Banker Real Estate of nearly 2,000 markets and ranked Malibu, California as the priciest market. Malibu is one of the nation’s most beautiful housing markets and the most expensive. The report identified 20 markets where a four-bedroom, two-bath house costs more than $1 million and eight markets where a similar home lists for less than $100,000. Thirteen of the country’s 25 priciest markets are in California. International moguls and movie stars alike have long considered Malibu a getaway, but that may be changing. ”With its laid-back yet star-studded lifestyle, Malibu is undergoing a transformation from a seasonal destination to a year-round locale,” Madison Hildebrand said in a release. Hildebrand is an agent with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Malibu and one of the stars of Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing.”
Read the full article and see the complete list of the top 25 most expensive and affordable markets from CNBC here
NAR’s 2013 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers includes survey responses from 8,767 people who purchased a home between July 2012 and June 2013. Just over 4 in 10 buyers started the homebuying process by looking for properties online, followed distantly by those whose first step was to contact a real estate agent. Online websites and agents tied as the most common information sources homebuyers used in their search with 89 percent using each. Yard signs followed at 51 percent.
“While the vast majority of buyers use the Internet during the homebuying process, the Internet does not replace the real estate agent in the transaction. In fact, buyers who used the Internet were more likely than those who did not use the Internet to purchase their home through an agent,” the report said. Among both buyers and sellers, the most common way they found their real estate agent was through a referral from a friend, neighbor or family member. Among sellers, 25 percent used an agent they had used previously to buy or sell a home. For buyers, that percentage was cut in half. Buyers were twice as likely to find their agent through an online website than sellers. Among the skills buyer respondents valued in a real estate agent, the most valued skills were honesty and integrity; knowledge of the purchase process; responsiveness; knowledge of the real estate market; and negotiation skills. More than 86 percent of buyers said those skills were “very important.” By contrast, only 46 percent said “skills with technology” were very important.
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This Modernist home, on a wooded lot in Rustic Canyon, has been restored and immaculately maintained. Originally built in 1974 the 3 bedroom, 4 bath home was built by architect Ray Kappe and is currently on the market for $4.25 million. The home includes a living room fireplace, breakfast area, library/study, media room, bonus room, service entrance, decks, heated swimming pool and spa.
Read the full article from the LA Times here
Today at Mar Vista Library you and your kids can enjoy a fun Día de Los Muertos craft event. The decorating of a calaca skull mask starts at 4pm.
For more information visit the Mar Vista Library website here
Mark Wahlberg has sold his home in Beverly Hills for $12.995 Million. The contemporary Mediterranean estate was built in 1985 and has been updated throughout its 11,500 square feet of living space. The home consist of five-bedroom, eight-bathroom. The property also features a guesthouse, detached gym, swimming pool with a grotto and waterfalls, a putting green and a sports court.
This Sunday is Grand View Elementary Dragon Festival starting at noon to 3pm. Spend a part of your day enjoying the activities at the Dragon Festival. There will be face painting, inflatables, games, train rides, art auction, food, music, and more! For more information visit the schools website. After the event you can stop by at our open house 3536 Barry Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90066 being held from 2pm-5pm.