San Marino – Mark Dilbeck, President of Dilbeck Real Estate, formally welcomes Lori Hawkins as the new Branch Manager of the San Marino Office. Lori has worked in real estate marketing and sales for 34 years. In 2008, Lori and her husband joined Dilbeck Real Estate. When asked why she chose Dilbeck Real Estate she said, “Dilbeck’s business practices are in alignment with my personal philosophies. In this fast changing market, Buyers and Sellers deserve to be represented by the best educated and equipped Sales Agents who consistently exceed their client’s expectations.”
Pending home sales in California were higher in February than January but lower than in February of 2012, while the number of distressed properties on the market is falling, the California Association of Realtors reported today.
Pending home sales in California were higher in January than in December or in January of last year, posting their strongest gain in nearly four years, the California Association of Realtors reported today....Read More
Sales of new homes in the United States fell in December from November, the Commerce Department reported Friday, but the entire year came in nearly 20 percent over 2011, as the housing sector recovers from a deep crash....Read More
The Arcadia Association of REALTORS has developed a dedicated series of courses specifically designed for the newer REALTOR. This brand new extension of their popular educational program is aptly entitled the “AAR Success Series”....Read More
This event will Honor their incoming 2013 President, Andy Bencosme, Officers & Directors, as well as the significant contributions of their 2012 President, Ryan Asao. Purchase Tickets at the AAR (626) 446-2115 or Purchase Tickets online...Read More
A continued shortage of available homes for sale lowered California home sales in September, while the median price reached the highest level in more than four years, the Arcadia Association of REALTORS (A.A.R.) reported based on information gathered from the California Association of REALTORS.
According to the Arcadia Association of REALTORS (A.A.R.) California’s housing market will continue to recover in 2013, as home sales are forecast to increase for the third consecutive year and the median price to rise for the second straight year. This information was gathered from the “2013 California Housing Market Forecast,” released this week by the California Association of Realtors.
California home sales declined in August but continued to maintain a strong pace, recording five consecutive months of year-over-year sales gains, while the median price reached a four-year high, the Arcadia Association of Realtors (A.A.R.) reported.
LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The number of Los Angeles County homes slipping toward foreclosure dropped by 6.1 percent in the second quarter of 2012, compared to the same period last year, a real estate information service reported today. Lenders sent default notices to 10,568 homeowners in Los Angeles County in the second quarter, down from the 2011 second-quarter [...]