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Home of the Week: Sweeping new Cape Cod made for entertaining

With over ten thousand feet of sophisticated space on two levels, this grand, just-finished Encino estate is designed for entertaining. Set on a huge half-acre lot south of the Boulevard at 4519 Haskell Avenue, the home is lavished with exquisite designer touches, finishes and fixtures throughout. The welcome begins off the circular drive in the …

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Home of the Week: Expansive, just-remodeled family contemporary in Palo Alto

Set on a quiet cul-de-sac in Midtown Palo Alto, 2783 Randers Court is filled with this-minute style and cutting-edge amenities. Beautiful materials and finishes enrich the ambiance: elegant tile and marble; warm natural wood and stone; and dramatic sculptural lighting, plumbing fixtures and hardware. The main level flows from the high-end open kitchen with pull-up …

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Teháma: Carmel, California’s landmark sustainable community envisioned by Clint Eastwood

Only a few coveted homesites in Teháma are up for grabs, and they’re listed exclusively by Compass. Teháma, the coveted private residential community secluded in the hills above the village of Carmel-by-the Sea and envisioned by Clint Eastwood as a model for sustainable development, is bringing to market its final collection of homesites. Teháma has …

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Compass SoCal February 2019 Real Estate Market Update

While overall median home prices trended 5 percent lower in February year-over-year, about half of communities saw increases and the other half saw declines. However, most of the prices are still above January 2018 levels as pricing started surging in February and posted a 13 percent jump compared to February 2017. Malibu and surrounding areas …

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Plenty of open jobs in California while employment growth slows as anticipated

Following a delay in data release due to the government shutdown, the latest numbers from the state Employment Development Department (EDD) show California added 3,000 jobs in January, bringing the annual growth to 246,400 jobs. That represents a 1.4 percent increase from the year before, compared with the 1.9 percent growth recorded nationwide. In the …

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Home as a work of art: Get inspired by these exhibits

If life imitates art, then these California exhibits just may inspire you to turn your home into a canvas for creative expression. California crafty We love Ikea: It’s cheap and convenient. But sometimes your home is screaming for something unique and local. California Visionaries: Seminal Studio Craft, a landmark new exhibit at the Craft In …

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Stephen Udoff named Malibu Realtor of the Year

Compass real estate leader Stephen Udoff has been named Malibu’s Realtor of the Year. The  honor recognizes exceptional service, dedication and diligence in serving the members of the Malibu Association of Realtors and the Malibu community.  Stephen  acquired his first investment property at 21 and was named Rookie of the Year by Who’s Who in …

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Compass California honors International Women’s Day

Real estate: career runway for women Few fields today offer more avenues for advancement than residential real estate. According to NAR, a full 63 percent of Realtors® are women. (When the organization was founded in 1908,  membership was all-male – a situation that changed little until the ‘50s.) In honor of Women’s History Month, here’s …

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Home of the Week: A grand Monterey Colonial estate

Ideally located near the Huntington Library & Gardens, this grand Monterey Colonial Estate was built by legendary architect Reginald Johnson in 1927 for his parents. The stately six bedroom, seven bathroom residence features a large 25,570 square foot lot and a versatile floor plan offering both formal and informal spaces. The welcoming entry leads to …

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