DPP Nominated for 2020 Fast Tracker Award by LeadingRE

DPP is excited to announce that we have been nominated for the 2020 Fast Tracker Award by Leading Real Estate Companies of the World. This nomination recognizes our significant Outgoing Referral performance in the calendar year 2020. Our membership to LeadingRE puts our clients in the hands of exceptional agents located outside our service area – whether they are moving within the state of California, nationally or internationally. We can assist in finding you agencies & agents that are the best in their markets. We make the introduction and stay a part of your relocation process ensuring the smoothest of transitions. Our referral program is a great asset to our clients and we are honored to be recognized for our success in 2020.

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Deasy Penner Podley Welcomes Partner Gregory Hwee

deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Gregory Hwee as a new agent to our Pasadena family.

An explorer at heart and a self-proclaimed art and nature-lover, Greg has a passion to push boundaries in helping the community around him. With 15 years of management and business development experience in hospitality, real estate, and healthcare, Greg’s interests in real estate include helping people age well in their home and serving others with their real estate needs.

Greg is also a co-founder of Eldies, a non-profit organization promoting compassion and companionship through intergenerational activities. On his days off, Greg enjoys backpacking in the Sierras, going to the beach, and spending time with his family and friends. He is a certified Seniors Real Estate Specialist® and holds a master’s degree in Aging Services Management from USC and a bachelor’s in Economics from UC San Diego.

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San Marino home of late SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg seeks $4 million

By Sandra Barrera

The San Marino midcentury-modern home of the late “SpongeBob SquarePants” creator Stephen Hillenburg is on the market for $4 million.

Designed by Case Study architectural firm Buff, Straub and Hensman in 1959 and later remodeled, the 3,795-square-foot post and beam known as the Thompson-Moseley House has four bedrooms and bathrooms, a walk-in bar hideaway and vast expanses of glass.

Floor-to-ceiling glass walls, clerestory windows and skylights flood the interior with light. Despite all of the glass, the house sits on a slight knoll on a half-plus-acre lot secluded from the neighbors by mature trees.

A lap pool and a detached guesthouse and art studio fit the backyard.

To read the full article visit their website here.

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Home of the Week: Grand Craftsman on Johnston Lake

Situated on Johnston Lake in the prestigious south San Rafael area of Pasadena, this grand Craftsman, custom designed by architect Doug Ewing, was built in 2006/7. The home features a great room boasting 18′ ceilings, a boulder fireplace, and wood-beamed ceiling, all open to the view beyond. The magnificent master suite with fireplace, elegant bath and huge WIC, rivals any 6-star hotel. The home includes lake access and private dock. Separate furnished guesthouse overlooks the lake and includes a great room, kitchen and bathroom. Natural materials, large windows and indoor-outdoor ambiance make this Progressive-style home very light and airy. The home fully embraces the site and wraps around mature oak and sycamore trees.

To read the full article visit their website here.

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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 unappealing online presence can not only cause your home to sit on the market for longer but it can even cause your home to sell for less. That’s why it’s so important to ensure that the photos you use to show your home in its best light are doing just that. So we’ve reached out to the experts in real estate photography from Miami to Portland to help you position your home to sell as quickly as possible by highlighting some of the most common listing photo mistakes and how you can avoid them.

To read the full article visit their website here.

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