Economic Update August/2016

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Economic update for the week ending August 6, 2016 Employers add 255,000 new jobs in July – The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that U.S. employers added 255,000 net new jobs in July.   Expectations were in the 180,000 new jobs range.  Job gains had stalled out in the beginning…

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To My Dearest Mom…I miss you….

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5/06/2016 Hi Mom, How are you? I miss you …. I miss your hugs … I miss hearing your voice … I miss you telling me how much you love me … I miss the strength, guidance, and the steadfast conviction to advise me that I am the most magnificent…

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Opinion: The seeds of the next housing crisis have already been planted

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Opinion: The seeds of the next housing crisis have already been planted By Michael Brush Published: May 6, 2016 9:42 a.m. ET   We’re seeing the same telltale signs that we did a decade ago Back when the 2005-07 housing bubble was brewing, photos of impossibly small houses selling for insanely high prices…

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Your Wish Is My Command

:: in May 3, 2016 :: in Blog :: Comments Off on Your Wish Is My Command

The Scenario: Last-minute birthday event for his wife. The Request: Dinner at Esperanza in Cabo San Lucas. What Sunny made happen: – Chauffeured pick-up from their home w/ 500 roses. – Car service to Van Nuys Airport – Private Jet transport to and from Cabo San Lucas – Ferrari 458…

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“Why Not Tell Them What They Want?”

:: in April 20, 2016 :: in Blog :: Comments Off on “Why Not Tell Them What They Want?”

Through the years, I have experienced “Sellers” who have turned to other agent(s) as a result of the straight forward, unfiltered data I provide.  I tell my clients what they need to hear and it’s not necessarily what they want to hear. I guide my client(s) in making the best…

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Open Letter Regarding Gas Leak in Porter Ranch

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The past six weeks or so have been tremulous for the Porter Ranch community. Since then, the community has been in a state of precariousness and in some cases, evacuation has been taking place. The community’s health condition is of course, of utmost importance. Neighbors in closer proximity to SoCal Gas…

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“Real” Estate Investment

:: in November 5, 2015 :: in Blog :: Comments Off on “Real” Estate Investment

It seems that homeowners can again reasonably expect that investing in a home might be a real investment. While buying a home certainly isn’t a get-rich-quick-scheme, RealtyTrac said on Thursday that homeowners who sold their homes during the third quarter saw an average gain of 17 percent. That percentage, the…

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Open Letter to Porter Ranch

:: in October 29, 2015 :: in Blog :: Comments Off on Open Letter to Porter Ranch

Dear Neighbor: The human condition is an interesting one. There is a universal misunderstanding amongst us. Each individual is perceivably so different; yet, we are woven together with a common intention: the search of personal significance. This journey starts with creating a unique self-identity. Ironically, along the way, people come…

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Thank You for Your Trust, Olga & Eugene!

:: in August 17, 2015 :: in Blog, Uncategorized :: Comments Off on Thank You for Your Trust, Olga & Eugene!

We know too many real estate agents who think their job is to show up on the last day to collect the commission. But Sunny is different. He worked to earn his commission from the moment we met him, every day our house was on the market, and all the…

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