New Gardena Listing Coming Soon!


Hi Everyone!

I am excited to share that I will be listing a new home for sale in Gardena! It is currently being prepped to officially go on the market next week but if you or anyone you know is looking for a 3bedroom/3bathroom single family residence in the Gardena neighborhood next to El Camino and Bodger Park let me know! It is a turnkey pool house with new kitchen, bathrooms, floors, recessed lighting, paint (inside and out), and it is beautiful! Asking price will be $429,000. Please contact me for more details on location and if you would like to set up a special pre-view showing. 310.387.4693

What’s Up Redondo!

I’m proud to introduce our new website and instagram page! I’ve partnered up with one of South Bay’s top producing agents, Michelle Accetta, and together we are having a blast connecting Redondo to What’s Up in Redondo. Check us out and be sure to follow us on instagram!


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It’s Here! New Listing in Tustin!


15212 Wesley Way, Tustin CA 92782

First open house will be this weekend Saturday 4/18 and Sunday 4/19 1pm-4pm.

Beautiful & rare corner unit located on the green belt in Camden Place listed for the first time since it was built in 2007!  Situated away from busy streets and inner units, this condo has front-door access to the green belt park, views of Saddleback mountain, and is South-facing inviting in sunlight from three sides throughout the day.  First master suite is located on the lower level with full bathroom and easy access to laundry room and two-car garage.  Main level features a chef’s kitchen with expansive granite slab counter tops and stainless steel appliances including gas range.  The open concept is perfect for entertaining and helps the chef feel included in activities going on in the dining room and living room. Main level also features guest bedroom, second full bathroom, media nook, gas fireplace ,and spacious private balcony with views of the green belt – perfect for summer BBQs!  The entire top floor serves as a sanctuary, fully dedicated to an enormous master suite with walk in closet, master bathroom, double his/her sinks, jacuzzi tub, separate stand up shower, and linen closet.  Entire condo is pre-wired for the Internet and cable with convenient outlets in all three bedrooms and living room.  Home has been professionally cleaned, newly painted, and carpets have been professionally shampooed ready and waiting for it’s new home owners to move in right away!

Click here for the full listing with more photos and details
Virtual tour:
Contact me directly with any questions or to schedule an appointment.

What To Look For On Your Preliminary Title Report

Hi guys! This week I will give you some tips on what to look for in your preliminary title report. It can be a little daunting to review and to some people might even look like a foreign language. Luckily, my friends at Orange Coast Title have helped me put together these tips that I thought would be really useful to anyone looking to buy or sell their home.

What is a Preliminary Title Report? 

A preliminary report is a report prepared by a title company before issuing a title insurance policy. This report shows the ownership of a specific parcel of land, together with the liens and encumbrances that will not be covered under a subsequent title insurance policy.

What role does a Preliminary Report play in the real estate process?
The report contains the conditions under which the title company will issue a particular type of title insurance policy. It lists title defects, liens and encumbrances,which would be excluded from coverage if the requested title insurance policy were to be issues as of the date of the preliminary report.
A preliminary report provides the buyer with an opportunity to seek the removal of objectionable items referenced in the report, prior to closing the sale.

What should I look for when reading my Preliminary Report?
Pay particular attention to the nature of the ownership interest in the property you will be receiving, as well as any claims, restrictions or interests of other people involving the property. The most common form of interest is “fee simple” or “fee”, which is the broadest form of interest an owner can have in land.
Liens, restrictions and interests of others, which are being excluded from coverage will be listed numerically as “exceptions” in Schedule B of the preliminary report.An example of a common type of third party interest is an easement given by a prior owner, which may limit the owner’s use of the property. A printed list of standard exceptions and exclusions listing items not covered by your title insurance policy may be attached as an exhibit item to your report.

Here’s a flyer OC Title has provided us. As Always, feel free to reach out to me with any title questions!

Prelim Check List