Tomorrow, July 31 is the last day for the Fish Tale "The Oldest Fish Restaurant in Long Beach" - wondering what will now take that claim to fame.
Let's face it, Fish Tale was the place we all loved to hate and now that it is closing we will miss it terribly. Who of you out there, hasn't at one time or another had just one heck of a memorable, or … [Read More...]
I was thinking the other day how we Realtors frequently say “I could write a book” or “that is one for the book” about transactions we have survived. Well, I thought, why not take these words to heart and blog these stories. It will satisfy on so many levels; cathartic for me and useful information for clients.
Case Study #614
We put an … [Read More...]
What sellers should fear more than pricing their home too low, is pricing it too high. I know this is a hard concept to grasp and an even harder concept to live through but I implore you to take this advice to heart when it comes time to sell.
Pricing above Fair Market Value is probably the single worse move a seller can make, and this is … [Read More...]
The best part of this 16 miles bike trip is that it takes place mostly on designated bike paths. Starting at the Bellflower and Atherton intersection near CSULB, head east on Atherton until you hit Palo Verde, make a right and at Anaheim take a left. Cross over Studebaker into College Park West. Now squiggle through this neighborhood … [Read More...]
The crowd started to gather just before 9 this morning at the corner of Garford and Stearnlee. Simon and his family crew got the Mustang there by 9:15. In order to wait for those arriving late we sang just one verse of Yankee Doodle Dandy and The Star Spangle Banner.
NOTE TO SELF: Step up and lead the Sing-a-long next year. You enjoy it and your … [Read More...]