We have been helping our friends and neighbors sell their homes and invest in real estate for nearly 10 years. We service some of the finest locations in the San Fernando Valley including Woodland Hills, Calabasas, Encino, Studio City, and Sherman Oaks, Are you looking for Schools in the Las Virgenes School District? From Greater Mulwood to Bell Canyon we are at home in this community and happy to share our knowledge. Walnut acres in Woodland Hills offers tremendous value and the award winning El Camino High School. Encino, Studio City and Sherman Oaks offer some of the most exclusive communities in the valley and convenience for Westside and downtown commuters. Whether you are buying your first condominium in Studio City, looking for more space in Woodland Hills, or selling your estate in Calabasas we are here to help. From small budget purchases to record setting sales, we have enjoyed working with a wide selection of clients and strive to offer an enjoyable experience for everyone.
For realtors across the land, daylight savings time is almost treated like a holiday. Most agents find 11 different ways to notify everyone they know that the clocks are changing. They send post cards, text messages and all kind of email blasts. I spend 15 minutes this morning just deleting emails reminding me to spring forward. It is a very well covered subject. As a real estate agent in Calabasas I suppose I have a duty to participate in this ritual. Today’s blog will have to suffice as my announcement that the clocks have changed. Besides being a great time for realtors to reach out to the world about clocks, daylight savings time is also a dramatic turning point for market activity. The terms “Spring Forward” and “Fall Back” also coincide with the traditional seasons of real estate. In spring the market moves forward and in fall the market settles back.