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PROBATE – 3103 Eckleson St., Lakewood, CA 90712

December 1, 2017

Located in the highly desired city of Lakewood, this 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath Corner lot home with detached garage and features hardwood floors and a pool! Great location with nearby parks, golf course, shopping and dining. Home Needs TLC. All Cash Buyer Needed – Submit your offer today!

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PROBATE – 23665 Golden Springs Dr. #3E, Diamond Bar, CA 91765

November 8, 2017

Two – bedroom / one and three-quarter bath, ground floor unit – in original condition – needs work – property is being sold “as is.” Cash buyer needed. Living room features fireplace; there is a fenced patio accessed by either one of two sliding glass doors. Located in gated community, with community swimming pool and spa. Near the 57 and [Read more]

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Probate – 4831 Agnes Ave. #A, Temple City, CA 91780

November 3, 2017

Probate – 4831 Agnes Av # A Temple City, CA 91780 Located in highly desired Temple City, this 2-bedroom, 2-bath home is nestled in a cozy community. Spacious living room features a warm fireplace and a large window that provides a flood of natural light. Kitchen and large dining area are seamlessly connected and contain a sliding glass door that [Read more]

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Probate – 7626 Columbia ST , Rosemead 91770

October 31, 2017

Great opportunity to own Rosemead duplex, comprised of two separate structures on 8700 + square foot lot (per assessor). Front unit has 2 beds / 2 baths; Rear unit with 4 bedrooms / 2 baths. Units have separate gas and electric meters; single water meter for the property. Carport and driveway parking available. Both units to be delivered occupied. Convenient [Read more]

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Handling and Liquidation of Hoarded Personal Belongings

September 30, 2017
Handling and Liquidation of Hoarded Personal Belongings

When you’re faced with not just some but a hoard of personal belongings, what do you do? Even a fairly small hoard of items can be one big heap of probate property headache. How do you cope? In fact, your first instinct might be to just get the bulldozer going. Although, you must give pay more attention to such belongings. [Read more]

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Probate Real Estate Agents

July 1, 2016

Are you looking for the best help with a Los Angeles area probate property project that tops your priority list? It might just be time to turn to experts in the industry. Although, you might understandably wonder if any exist that really get probate and how everything works in that world. You might imagine probate real estate agents that do [Read more]

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Probate – Palms Mar Vista Home For Sale

June 20, 2016

Interested in west coast living, where suburban benefits meet with urban conveniences, sparkling beaches and oceanfronts? Take a look at the Palms Mar Vista neighborhood in Los Angeles, California. It’s just a few miles from Venice Beach and Marina Del Rey, no less. It’s a few minutes from golf courses, parks, schools and entertainment. Did I mention shopping, dining and [Read more]

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Probate – Luxury Home Located At 3495 Wade St, Los Angeles

June 9, 2016

3495 Wade St, Los Angeles 3495 Wade St, Los Angles, is a luxurious and stylish 3-story home is nestled in the highly desirable Los Angeles area of Palms, perfect for entertaining, with phenomenal views from its rooftop deck! Recently upgraded, this upscale home contains a private elevator and 4 bedrooms, each with their own lavish private bathrooms, and a powder [Read more]

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Real Estate Tips For Selling Your Home With Children

April 6, 2016
Burbank Estate Sale

Living with children can be messy, and messy could translate to lower offers when listing your home for sale. Rooms can become cluttered, as toys and books can be found throughout every crevice, and every room becomes a playpen. This leads potential buyers to believe the property may need additional repairs and the features of your home, such as storage space, [Read more]

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Guilford Hall and Whittier Historic Homes

March 30, 2016

  The struggle to save one of Whittier’s most significant historical homes was an ongoing effort that lasted over eight years. There was plenty of controversy surrounding the home known as Guilford Hall, as residents protested against the plans of Whittier College. Originally, the college had plans to demolish the house, and replace it with a parking lot. This raised [Read more]

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