Brunch and learn!
And if you don't want to learn, that's fine.
Come anyway, we'd love to see you brunch.
Our talk will be Details Matter: Creating Your Successful Plan to Sell or Buy.
We'll keep it brief and then follow up with a question and answer period.
We've also added a special guest, Mike Velazquez from The Accountancy, to
discsuss the new tax changes relating to real estate.
We're planning a series of education events to assist sellers and buyers this year.
At the same time, we always want to have fun and make the events social.
Join us Saturday, March 3, 11 AM
for a wonderful brunch with mimosas(if you'd like) at the beautiful
Casita Del Campo
1920 Hyperion Ave.
Silver Lake, CA 90027
Please RSVP - space will be limited.
Urban Hillsides is seeking a junior agent to add to our team. If you know of someone for this position, please forward this email on to them. Appreciated.
Agent should live in Northeast LA area - our primary area of business
Newly licensed OK
May work with buyers
We are adding another agent specifically for new business - adding to our door knocking team effort. Calling will also be part of the job.
We are an experienced team in growth mode that wants to find an important 3rd member.
Learn more at www.urbanhillsides.com
>Please call Joe at 213-915-4474 for more info
Good thing we're better real estate agents than dancers.
Dropped off client food and money donations to Central City Action Committee and Maryanne Hayashi in Echo Park. BIG thanks to our clients who contributed at our annual client appreciation dinner. CCAC organizes graffiti removal, neighborhood cleanups, and youth programs. Urban Hillsides Real Estate supports their fine work. Please consider donating. You can reach them at 213-241-0908 or 213-250-3280 OR go to 534 E. Edgeware Rd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 in the Angelino Heights area. Happy holidays everyone.
Darren and Joe celebrated with over 50 clients past, present and future at the annual client appreciation dinner, December 9, 2017. Held at the new Pollen restaurant(formerly FIX Coffee), guests dined to mediterranean fare and toasted to good times at this fabulous new spot for the neighborhood. Music was provided by The Po Boys -a local New Orleans jazz and funk 4-piece composed of banjo, tuba, flugelhorn, and drums.
As a fundraiser for the CCAC - Central City Action Committee, the group raised $820 dollars and 10 bags of food donations for local families in need. CCAC is also part of the city's anti-graffiti campaign and creates youth programs for the area. Overall, it was a wonderful event simply based on two words - thank you. We all have so much to be grateful for and it was great to give back to others for the night.
We're working on a video to capture the night. Stay tuned.