Most Common Listing Photo Mistakes and How to Fix Them

By Mike Cahill Preparing your home to be put on the market takes a lot of work. From pre-listing inspections to staging, to appraising it is very easy to get overwhelmed by the whole process. But if there’s one thing that you shouldn’t underestimate it’s the power of a strong online listing presence. Having an… Keep reading

1885 New England Colonial Revival

This exquisite home built in the late 1800s is an excellent example of the New England Colonial Revival-style of architecture in Southern California. Its character defining features borrowed from Colonial New England include a steep gable roof, symmetrical window placement, a prominent porch with classical columns across the front facade, narrow clapboard wood siding, and… Keep reading

What You Get | $700,000 Homes in Pennsylvania, Missouri & California

By Julie Lasky Pasadena, Calif. | $699,000 A 1907 cottage with two bedrooms and one bathroom, on a 5,082-square-foot lot. This house is a block north of the Foothill Freeway and about two miles northeast of Old Pasadena, the city’s historic business district. It is a mile north of the Shops on Lake Avenue, a… Keep reading

What You Get | $1.5 Million Homes in California

by Angela Serratore Pasadena | $1.489 Million A 1908 Craftsman house with five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, on a 0.2-acre lot Pasadena was once a popular winter destination for those from colder parts of the country, and is considered by many to have one of the world’s best collections of Craftsman-style homes…. Keep reading

7 Homes You Can Virtually Tour Now

Virtually explore a charming Cape Cod style cottage in La Cañada Flintridge and a distinctive Craftsman estate in Altadena. Then check out a smart Lincoln Heights Spanish bungalow complete with outdoor entertaining areas and an urban farm offering a bounty of edible flora. There’s all that and more just waiting for you to virtually visit…. Keep reading

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