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California Dominates Fastest-Selling Markets In The US

Apr. 15, 2015
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The state of California is home to 8 of the top 10 fastest-moving housing markets, according to a new report from Trulia. At least 70% of the homes in the Bay area were sold in two months or less. In Los Angeles and Orange County, nearly 60% of the homes on the market sold in… Read more

CNN Money Tours “The $90M Estate Where Walt Disney Slept”

Mar. 21, 2014
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In the exclusive video above, The Agency’s Jay Harris gives CNN Money a tour of the former Walt Disney property, now known as The Carolwood Estate. Situated on 4.3 acres in Holmby Hills, the estate features an 8 bedroom and 17 bathroom home that spans three levels for a total of 35,000 square feet. During the… Read more

Silver Lake Named One Of America’s Best Big-City Neighborhoods

Aug. 16, 2013
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Less than a year after being named the “Hippest Hipster Neighborhood In America” by FORBES, Silver Lake grabs national attention once again for landing in the top ten Best Big-City Neighborhoods in the country; this time according to CNN Money. The neighborhood’s walkability, density of eclectic professionals, and impressive arts scene all add to Silver… Read more

CNN Money Tours “Magical” Marmont Manor With Mauricio Umansky


The Agency’s Mauricio Umansky recently gave CNN Money a tour of the extraordinary Hollywood Hills estate known as Marmont Manor. Situated on nearly four acres that include a private lake with waterfall, sushi bar, and a two-story museum, Marmont Manor is located just seconds from the famed Chateau Marmont and is heralded as one of… Read more

Housing Market Turns Corner, Reports Forbes And CNN Money

Aug. 3, 2012
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Add Forbes and CNN Money to the list of influential business/economic publications that are heralding the turnaround of the American housing market. Though Forbes cautions there are “downside risks” to their positive outlook (an unanticipated increase in the pace of foreclosures, sluggish job growth, a “political train wreck” on budgetary and tax issues), they “remain optimistic that low mortgage rates, high levels of affordability, rising rental prices, and slowly improving conditions in the overall economy will combine to keep the housing recovery on track.”

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