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L.A. Homes Perfect For Super Bowl And Award Season Viewing Parties

Jan. 29, 2015
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With the Super Bowl fast approaching and the Oscar race heating up, now’s the time to figure out where you and your friends should go for that prime viewing party. LA Confidential published an article this week featuring spectacular LA homes ideal for such events. Leading the pack is 9133 Oriole Way, a contemporary home perched in… Read more


LA Confidential: Homes With Spectacular Pools, Summer’s Most Covetable Amenity

May. 19, 2014
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Which way to the pool? That’s the question on everyone’s mind this month as temperatures rise and the summer season approaches. In its latest “Pursuits” spotlight, Los Angeles Confidential features two of The Agency’s residential listings for their remarkable pools that beckon swimsuits and summer entertaining. Take a closer look at these amazing watering holes… Read more


LA’s Luxury High-Rise Havens

In its latest “luxe home” spotlight, Los Angeles Confidential features three of The Agency’s residential development clients, including The Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. LIVE, The Carlyle Residences and The Penthouses at Palazzo. Commenting on Penthouse 50B at The Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. LIVE, LA Confidential notes its “breathtaking views of Downtown LA” and the “superior hospitality and… Read more


Event Marketing Instrumental In Selling Luxury Homes

Jan. 9, 2013
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When it comes to marketing luxury homes, agents can’t simply rely on traditional methods to bring attention to their listings. Unconventional efforts that bring to life what is truly special about a home, whether it be its one-of-a-kind location, innovative design or perfect layout for entertaining, are necessary to generate awareness for a high-end luxury property…. Read more


Three Essentials For Securing The Best Sales Price

Mar. 13, 2012
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I am often asked how to achieve the highest sales price in today’s market. My answer: It’s all about Presentation, Pricing and Strategy. Your home is seen for the first time only once. Make it count. Bring in a painter and/or handyman and make the home look well tended. Eliminate knickknacks and other clutter that can make a home feel cramped and can create dissonance in a buyer’s brain. Remember, most buyers don’t have vision, so if the house is vacant, or the furnishings are a terrible mishmash, consider good staging.


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