29th Monday Mar 2021

478 E. Avenue 28, Los Angeles, CA 90031

478 E. Avenue 28, Los Angeles, CA 90031

1926 Bungalow: 478 E. Ave. 28, Los Angeles, CA 90031

Sitting at the foothill of a lush green hillside, nestled among California native wildflowers is this 1926 Bungalow in Historic Lincoln Heights.

Beloved and thoughtfully restored over the past 8 years, it features a floor plan with abundant natural light, high ceilings, refinished original wood floors and an inviting vintage sun porch. Beyond the porch is the open living room and dining room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, two bedrooms with ample closets and a third bedroom past the kitchen being used as an office.

Updates included a new open kitchen with a vintage stove, updated baths, gorgeous custom wood windows, all new electrical, a fire retardant roof, new insulation and a whole house fan. The massive back yard has hillside views, a 3-car garage (1 stall currently used as a sound studio), a roomy shed and patio area. Zoned LARD3, the back is ready to be transformed into a verdant oasis or accommodate additional dwellings.

Centrally located to all the Eastside hotspots, Highland Park, Silver Lake and Atwater Village and less than 10 minutes to Downtown, this beauty is ready for its next adoring guardians. For more information, contact Vanessa Yan.

478 E. Avenue 28, Los Angeles, CA 90031
1926 Bungalow
3 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms
1,317 Sq. Ft., 6,489 Sq. Ft. Lot
Wood Floors, Wood Windows, Modern Kitchen

Surrounded by California wildflowers in Historic Lincoln Heights Vintage sun porch to living room and bedroom Living room original wood floors Open floor plan Dining area with fireplace Modern kitchen with vintage stove Bedroom Vintage bath Third bedroom Second bath Patio and roomy shed 3-car garage and roomy lot
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4th Thursday Mar 2021

711 E. Mountain St., Glendale, CA 91207

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711 E. Mountain St., Glendale, CA 91207

Got to tour this exquisite, breathtaking, perfectly impractical 1936 Spanish Castle in Glendale’s equally beautiful Rossmoyne Historic District. Priced at $1,469,000, this beauty is perched regally atop a knoll were it rightfully belongs.

Previously the home of a famed Disney artist, this magical home captures all your senses and doesn’t let go. While it’s 50 glorious steps to the front door, it’s utterly worth it. Embraced by treetops and with beautiful landings on which to rest on the way up, it feels as if you’re going somewhere truly magical, like out of a fairytale.

Once you arrive you’re greeted by a pristine home from another time and place. It features gorgeous original floors, vintage windows, built-ins including an original built-in kitchen and endless romantic arches and paths to secret gardens — fit for an artist who’s job it is to create magic. Then there are the views! Two spacious terraces on each side of the house to take in sweeping views of both Glendale and Downtown LA. For more information, contact Vanessa Yan.

711 E. Mountain St., Glendale, CA 91207
1936 Spanish
4 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms
2,625 Sq. Ft., 11,483 Sq. Ft. Lot
Wood Floors, Fireplace, Vintage Windows, Panoramic Views

Office with fireplace and treetop views Built-in kitchen Arched stairwell with vintage light fixtures Arches to second floor Second floor hall to bedrooms and terraces Vintage bath First terrace View from terrace

Listing courtesy of Dave Robles, Exp Realty

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15th Friday Jan 2021

How to Buy Your Own Little Piece of L.A.

Written by: Vanessa
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Category: Real Estate Bits

Congratulations on your decision to make 2021 the year you become a homeowner! Rates are crazy low, Covid is here to stay (for now) and you can’t get out of your cramped quarters fast enough! But what do you do and where do you start? Before you start favoriting homes on Redfin or picking out patio furniture, the very first thing you have to do is — take a deep breath. Really.

Buying a home in the Eastside of L.A. — the most intense region in all of Southern California, is not for the faint of heart. There will be drama and sometimes, a few tears. My role as your agent is to take as many of those bumps for you, be your neutral sounding board, voice of reason, strategist, therapist, cheerleader and friend in what will probably be one of the most exhilarating experiences of your life, outside of marriage and kids. I’m here to make it as fun and memorable as possible, for all the best reasons.

After you’ve decided to work with me 😊 the most important next step is to reach out to a lender to find out 1) what you can get pre-approved for and more importantly, 2) determine if you can actually afford that monthly payment. Getting your pre-approval is crucial because 1) you can explore or eliminate certain neighborhoods and 2) you can’t write an offer or sometimes even tour a house without it. Figure out your finances early on so we can zero in on the neighborhoods we can look at. Here are my longtime preferred lenders who I love and I think you will too!

Eddie Ajamian, Journey Mortgage Advisors, eddie@journeymac.com
Jinhee Hann & Alex Rodriguez, PNC Bank, alex.rodriguez5@pnc.com, jinhee.hann@pnc.com

Once you get your pre-approval, let me know! In 2020 I represented 18 buyers who all won the golden ticket — the elusive multiple counter offer, dun dun dun. They battled anywhere from 10-32 offers, and we ultimately won the house. Many times we got an extra edge because of my friendly relationship with the seller’s agent. Other times it was the way in which I advocated for  my clients as the ones who would successfully close the deal — even when we were NOT the highest offer and still won.

In this intense, Eastside sellers’ market, who your agent is matters. Relationships, reputation and experience matters. In 2021 I’d be happy and honored to help you find your way home. Now seriously, go reach out to a lender! 

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