REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONAL
My Goal As A REALTOR...
To Change Society's Perception of Real Estate Agents,
One Client at a Time.
Approaching the real estate market.
Buying too late in a market cycle will trap you in a home. Selling to early in a market cycle will lose you money.
Using the correct real estate strategy when buying, selling, or investing will be the key to your success in real estate.
With my experience combined with data-driven platforms I subscribe to help me. I am able to properly guide all of my clients according to their needs and goals when purchasing real estate.
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My business philosophy...
To dedicate myself exclusively to my client and focus on providing quality service,
expert market knowledge, and unbiased assistance. With the ultimate goal to enable
them to achieve "THEIR" real estate goals.
What past clients have said about my service.
"He went above & beyond to help me find my home. His interest is to protect the client." L. Luong
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"Glenn was great to work with. He was always available to answer my questions and responded immediately to my emails and phone calls. He was optimistic and knowledgeable." L. Avelar
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Serving the areas of
Los Angeles County
and parts of
Residential Sales & Listings
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Notice of Default
Member of the National Association of REALTORS
Member of the California Association of REALTORS
Member of Pacific West Association of REALTORS
Board Member of PWR Professional Standards
Ethics Advocate at PWR (2017-Present)
Board Member of PWR Charity Foundation (2008-2010)
Chair of PWR Grievance Committee (2006)
Vice Chair of PWR Grievance Committee (2005)
Grievance Committee Member (2001-2004)
Office Manager (2006-2008)
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*REO data is updated late Tuesday and Friday night.
1.) Contra Costa County / Score: 68 (-16)
2.) Santa Clara County / Score: 66 (-17)
3.) San Luis Obispo County / Score: 62 (-10)
4.) Sonoma County / Score: 61 (-23)
5.) San Francisco County / Score: 61 (-21)
6.) Santa Cruz County / Score: 60 (-19)
7.) Ventura County / Score: 59 (-11)
8.) Santa Barbara County / Score: 57 (-7)
9.) Orange County / Score: 56 (-16)
10.) Marin County / Score: 42 (-24)
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The hot and cold counties in California at the end of 2021
1.) Merced County / Score: 96 (+4)
2.) San Juaquin County / Score: 95 (+4)
3.) Stanislaus County / Score: 95 (+0)
4.) Madera County / Score: 94 (+1)
5.) San Bernardino County / Score: 92 (+2)
6.) Fresno County / Score: 90 (+1)
7.) Sacramento County / Score: 90 (-2)
8.) Riverside County / Score: 89 (-1)
9.) Butte County / Score: 88 (0)
10.) Shasta County / Score: 86 (+4)
The above mentioned data/figures are based on: 1.) CA counties with a minimum population figure of 150,000 residents; 2.) Based on the target population, only 33 of the 58 counties in California qualify; 3.) The score is based on a ranking of 100 being a strong market to 0 (zero), referencing a weak market; 4.) The +/- number in paranthesis informs the reader where this specific market stood the year before (i.e. -2 means that this market has weakened over the past year by a negative two (2) points.
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Los Angeles County hot and cool zip codes for Q1 2022
1.) 91101 / 19.5% / Pasadena
2.) 90057 / 17.3% / Westlake
3.) 90265 / 15.9% / Malibu
4.) 90003 / 9.9% / S/E Los Angeles
5.) 90011 / 9% / S/E Los Angeles
6.) 90037 / 8.9% / Los Angeles
7.) 90028 / 8.8% / Hollywood
8.) 90813 / 8.5% / Long Beach
9.) 90012 / 8.2% / China Town
10.) 91502 / 8.2% / Burbank
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1.) 90049 / -26.3% / Brentwood
2.) 90266 / -21.1% / Manhattan Beach
3.) 90024 / -17.4% / Westwood
4.) 90293 / -17.2% / Playa Del Rey
5.) 90291 / -13.9% / Venice
6.) 90025 / -12.4% / W. Los Angeles
7.) 90254 / -12% / Hermosa Beach
8.) 91008 / -11.9% / Duarte
9.) 90005 / -8.5% / Korea Town/Mid-Wilshire
10.) 90232 / -7.5% / Culver City
1. 92663 / -8.4% / Newport Beach
2. 92648 / -5% / Huntington Beach
3. 92651 / -3.7% / Laguna Beach
4. 92672 / -1.8% / San Clemente
5. 92660 / -1.6% / Newport Beach
6. 92676 / -1.5% / Silverado
7. 92861 / -1.5% / Villa Park
8. 92620 / -1.4% / Irvie
9. 92694 / -1.3% / Ladera Ranch
10. 92656 / -0.7% / Aliso Viejo & Rancho Santa Margarita
Orange County hot and cool zip codes for Q1 2022
1. 92701 / 7.1% / Santa Ana
2. 92624 / 5.6% / Capistrano Beach
3. 92801 / 5.3% / W. Anaehim
4. 92841 / 4.2% / Garden Grove
5. 92704 / 4.2% / Santa Ana
6. 92805 / 4.1% / Anaheim
7. 92610 / 4% / Foothill Ranch
8. 90620 / 4% / Buena Park
9. 92832 / 3.9% / Fullerton
10. 92804 / 3.8% / W. Anaheim
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The provided graphs for Los Angeles and Orange County will display where we are in this market cycle. The data displayed in the graph has been adjusted for inflation. The smart investor is always looking at the market to determine which strategy to use and when would be the best time to exit the market. As you can see, both counties are still in the wealth-building phase (automatic equity/appreciation due to the phase/cycle of the market).
Be cautions not to be mislead by claims that there will be a housing market crash. This is what one should expect over the rest of this year. 1.) Continued lack of housing inventory; 2.) Buyers who can still afford to purchase a home will do so and have less competition; 3.) Home appreciation will be in the single digit area; 4.) Sellers should expect longer listing time periods.
Where we more than likely will see a crash will be within the real estate industry. For example, loan applications are down by 30%. This has already forced large lending institutions to begin laying off loan reps. Due to the drop of qualified buyers, this in turn will mean less business for real estate agents, less business for escrows, and so on.
Now, you must be wondering if you should buy a home now. For some of you, the answer is yes and for others, the answer is no but it will all depend upon your short or long-term goals with the home. This is where I come into play as a professional in the real estate industry. I will ask you a few questions that will help me evaluate and provide you with the proper strategy that fits your needs. So feel free in calling me at (714) 612-0995 so to chat. Easy, simple, and with no strings.
Thank you for your time and I am here ready and willing to work for you when you are ready to buy or sell a home.
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