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2012 

Why Is This Pasadena Area Home Being Sold in “As Is” Condition? Why is the Pasadena home you are considering buying being sold in “as is” condition?   It’s a common question and one with an answer that shouldn’t alarm you.    For the last few years, ALL CALIFORNIA properties are sold in “As Is” c...
Posted over 1 year ago
How Small Can You Go in Pasadena? How small can you go in Pasadena?   No, this isn’t a question if you can fit into those skinny jeans or into that high school varsity jacket -- but how small of a home would be comfortable for you? In recent years, there has been a lot of discussion about simplif...
Posted over 1 year ago
Fresco Community Market Gives Back   Fresco Community Market gives back to the community.   On Saturday, July 28, the Los Angeles Times published an article regarding Jon Murga, the  local owner of Fresco Community Market and the independent store’s commitment of giving back to the greater commun...
Posted over 1 year ago
626 Night Market in Pasadena Saturday, July 28 was the second 626 Night Market in Pasadena.   The event was held in and around Pasadena City Hall which provided more room and more vendors than the first 626 Night Market(held on Oakland Street between Colorado and Union in April 2012). The idea be...
Posted over 1 year ago
Arroyo Oaks Condos in South Pasadena Arroyo Oaks in South Pasadena is a 62 condominium complex in the city of South Pasadena.   Built in 1981, Arroyo Oaks is a multi-story building with single level condos arranged around central courtyards with mature landscaping, fountains and gazebos.   The co...
Posted over 1 year ago
El Molino Terrace Pasadena Condos in Playhouse District     El Molino Terrace is a condominium development in Pasadena.  Originally built as apartments in 1987, the 77 unit complex is located at 300 North El Molino Avenue just blocks north of Colorado Boulevard and a short distance to the Gold Li...
Posted over 1 year ago
Townhouse Living in Monterey Hills Although condos are more common in the community, there is an option for townhouse living in Monterey Hills.   Monterey Hills is a planned community within the city of Los Angeles with a lot of condominiums but if you would like a townhouse -- there are some opt...
Posted almost 2 years ago
Wilson Summit -- An Oasis in Monterey Hills Wilson Summit is an oasis in Monterey Hills.   Built in 1986, Wilson Summit is a 120 unit condominium complex within Monterey Hills.   Although the area is convenient to multiple freeways and two Gold Line light rail stations, it remains a true hidden t...
Posted almost 2 years ago
Discover Eaton Crest in Monterey HillsEaton Crest in Monterey Hills is the largest condominium complex within the Monterey Hills area of the city of Los Angeles.   With 198 single level condos, Eaton Crest was built in 1981.  The floor plans range in size from one bedroom/one bath to two bedroom/...
Posted almost 2 years ago
Welcome to Temple Terrace in Monterey Hills Temple Terrace in Monterey Hills is a unique community.  It is the only complex on “The Hill” that consists of both single level condominiums as well as multi-level townhomes.  Temple Terrace was built in 1980.   They are a part of the Monterey Hills pl...
Posted almost 2 years ago
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