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CENTURY 21 Award, the largest and number one CENTURY 21 franchise in the state of California, announced today the opening of a new office at 351 E. Center Street, Anaheim, CA 92805. The new office will offer Anaheim homebuyers and sellers an increased level of service and convenience in their real estate transaction needs.Read More
Orange County Real Estate Brokerage Joins Forces with CENTURY 21 AwardRead More
San Diego, California 03/18/2022) – CENTURY 21 Award has been recognized by Realogy Leads Group as the distinctive winner of the Platinum Award for outstanding performance in San Diego and Riverside County. The award will be celebrated at the annual Realogy Advantage Network LEAD 2022 conference, held this year in Florida April 4-6.
San Diego, California 2/11/2022 - David Romero, President & CEO of CENTURY 21 Award announced Dushaun Fairley as the real estate company’s Director of Strategic Growth. Fairley will be responsible for the company’s growth strategy and overall support of the company’s sales professionals.Read More
Taking that next step in your life and buying a house can be thrilling: but it’s important to remember that you shouldn’t take this step alone! Working with a realtor will give you the chance to find great deals, look at properties sooner, and work with a professional who knows the answers to any question you might have.
These are some of the top things to keep in mind while working with one of these pros and why they're so valuable!
1. Request Information On the MarketRead More
In case you haven’t heard, California’s COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium officially expired on Thursday, September 30th. What does this mean? It means that potentially a wave of renters in California could be forced out of their homes. The Eviction Moratorium was put in place to ban landlords from evicting people for unpaid rent. Starting Friday, October 1st, tenants are now only protected from eviction if they have applied for assistance. These upcoming months should be interesting considering how the absence of this law may affect California’s real estate market.
Wednesday, July 28th will be the 50th Anniversary of the CENTURY 21 Franchise. A historic achievement for the C21 Brand and a day that will be of major significance for us here at Award. Award has been chosen out of the 8,000+ C21 offices across the world, to live-stream and host CENTURY 21 President & CEO Mike Miedler for a special 50th Anniversary event. Mike will be using our office and equipment to live-stream globally to the entire CENTURY 21 Franchise.Read More
Outside of Escondido, California, lies a unique desert estate nicknamed, the “Hobbit House”. Besides its whimsical exterior, the home also has historical and cultural value being designed by San Diego Artist, James Hubbell. Hubbell is known for his peculiar creations that are often reminiscent of the Hobbit houses from the movie franchise, Lord of the Rings.
It can be hard to imagine — choosing an offer that is $1,000, $5,000 or $10,000 less than the highest bidder. However, it actually happens all the time, and for good cause.
Here are four reasons why you might choose a lower offer when selling your home:
1) Cash offers are more reliable than loan-contingent ones, especially because there are no lenders involved. If your priority is to close fast, accepting a lower all-cash offer is a good strategy.Read More
Next weekend is the 4th of July and with California officially back open, that means it’s time to celebrate! If you’re looking for a great firework show to take your friends or family to, check out our list for recommended shows/parades happening this 4th of July. I have provided one show each for the following counties: San Diego, Orange County, and Riverside.
San Diego County: Big Bay Boom! (San Diego Bay)Read More