Norma Merrick Sklarek, FAIA | “The Rosa Parks of Architecture”

Norma Merrick Sklarek (1926-2012), often referred to as the “Rosa Parks of architecture,” was a trailblazer for black women in architecture. She was not only the first black woman to be licensed as an architect in New York, but was also the first in California. She was the first black woman to gain membership in… Keep reading

Stay Positive and Keep Moving Forward | Interview with George Penner

By John Voket Regions served: Palm Springs and Los Angeles Years in real estate: 21 Number of offices: 9 Number of agents: 300 Best tip for getting the right listing price: Never “buy” a listing by telling a seller what they want to hear. Price the home accurately and know that your expertise will serve… Keep reading

The Real Estate Market Is Alive & Well

The real estate market is alive and well. Over the last few weeks, many friends and associates have asked us, “How is your market doing?” and everyone is astonished at our reply. “It’s actually busy with virtual and socially distanced showings leading to quick sales and escrows.” So what accounts for this surprise? Buyers jumped… Keep reading

Homes for Sale in Los Angeles Under $1M

Looking to purchase in one of Los Angeles’ hippest neighborhoods without spending a fortune? These homes range from a cozy historic condo in Koreatown all the way to a luxe condo in Pacific Palisades. No matter your style or budget, DPP has something for everyone. Pacific Palisades | Edgewater Towers Ocean View Condo 17352 West… Keep reading

4 Homes You Can Take A Virtual Tour Of Now

The past couple of weeks have been a rollercoaster. Between having to change our social habits overnight by practicing social distancing, and the scores of people in self-isolation, it feels as if life has come to a pause. This leaves Realtors┬« in a difficult place, with local governments putting a cap on gatherings of more… Keep reading