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Mark Gundlach Discusses What It Takes to Sell Your Home in Today’s Market

People often hear me say that, “It Matters Who You Work With.” In today’s real estate market, that couldn’t be more important. If you’re looking to sell your home in South Orange County, it’s imperative that your home receives maximum exposure. My team and I implement three main elements to deliver that exposure. First, we…Read More »

Best Uses For a Smart Home Assistant

Best Uses For a Smart Home Assistant

If you haven’t jumped on the smart home assistant bandwagon yet, what are you waiting for? We understand that there may be a learning curve when using these new devices for the first time, like Amazon’s Alexa or Google Home. But they are becoming indispensible additions to every 21st century home. Here’s a look at…Read More »

Protect Your Home From Fire

Protect Your Home From Fire

Did you know that fires destroy nearly half a million structures in America each year, and causes more than $7 billion in property damage? There’s almost nothing as terrifying as waking up to a house full of smoke, with little time to evacuate. That’s why it’s so important to ensure that your home is protected.…Read More »

How to Attract Abundance at Home

How to Attract Abundance at Home

If you’re feeling a little stagnant or wishing for some good fortune to come your way, then it may be time to make some adjustments to your living space. Did you know that there are several ways you can attract abundance at home, with very little effort? Take at a look at these secrets for…Read More »

Selling With Tenants

Selling With Tenants

Is it time to sell your rental property, but you’re not sure how to deal with the current tenants? If you’re a landlord, selling a home that is currently occupied is not as straightforward as a traditional sale. It’s important to know what a tenant’s rights are, and how best to handle the transition. Here’s…Read More »

How To Fall in Love With Your New Neighborhood

How To Fall in Love With Your New Neighborhood

Moving to a new neighborhood can be a little like dating a new person. There’s the get-to-know-you phase where everything seems foreign. That’s followed by the honeymoon phase where life is so exciting and you couldn’t imagine being happier. Hopefully, you’ll then make it to the in-it-for-the-long-haul phase, where you’re committed, even after the shiny…Read More »

Organize Your Storage Unit

Are you planning to move your personal belongings into storage while your home is for sale? Will you be moving into a rental while house hunting, and you need a short-term place to keep the items you won’t need right away? No matter what the scenario, you’ll likely want to rent a storage unit. Here’s…Read More »

Moving an Elderly Loved One

Moving an Elderly Loved One

Is it time to move your elderly loved one to a smaller house or one that is closer to you? If so, you may be starting to feel a little stressed. This is normal. Helping an older friend or relative with the process of relocating has its own set of challenges, and you no doubt…Read More »

What is an HOA?

What is an HOA?

If you’re considering buying a home in a planned community, townhouse or condo, you’ll more than likely become part of a Homeowners Association (HOA). Maybe you’ve heard this term before, but aren’t sure what an HOA is or what it does. Let us answer your most pressing questions. What is an HOA? If your community…Read More »

Top 6 Websites for Researching a City

Top 6 Websites for Researching a City

Buying a house can be an intimidating process. Buying a house and moving to a new city can be even more stressful. Thankfully, there is so much information available online, you can now learn all about your new home before getting there. By researching your new city before you arrive, it will take less time…Read More »