Welcome to episode number 14. We missed last week’s episode due to technical difficulties.
We have a special birthday today. Happy Birthday Dad!
Adam gives a shout out to MMI who is looking for a Regional Director of Education. You can email StephanieMurphy@moneymanagement.org. They are looking for someone with a Bachelor’s Degree and who is familiar with implementing strategies in education. You can check out the post on Indeed.com.
In the News: Adam talks about the article in the OC Weekly The Real Squatters of the OC. Christopher Duncan and his wife have moved into a 2.6 million dollar house in Newport Beach, Orange County.
Find out how they did it and why they are frightened to leave the house.
Mark has some news as well. He just launched his Long Beach Real Estate Review. If you are interested in receiving the review, email Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Long Beach real estate numbers for the week ending November 14th: Active listings: 1,251. Average listing price: $423,000. Total properties sold: 35. Lowest price: $79,000. Highest price: $866,000. Average Sell Price: $447,000. Days on market: 98.
For Realtors like us, this is the time to save.
Adam’s Deal of the Day: Nice single family resident, priced around $450,000 at 2016 Conqesta Avenue, Los Altos, west of Palo Verde. It just had a price reduction Joseph Sopo of Keller Williams.
Mark’s Deal of the Day: A single family REO in San Pedro. It’s a large property at 2600 Gunnell Ave., in San Pedro, CA that has been on the market for about a week or so. This 5 bedroom, 4 bath house has 3,700 square feet of living space, your get a nice view of the water from the second level. It’s priced at $807,900 and is available now. The bank is definitely willing to negotiate on this one.
Have a great Thanksgiving, everyone!
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