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(Costa Mesa, Calif., November 17, 2011) Dawne Tiscareno's success for the past 35 years is grounded in her capacity to assist her clients with their real estate needs at every stage of their lives. A certified residential specialist and licensed broker servicing North Orange County, Dawne has expertise both in finding the right homes for her clients and in helping them build their portfolios of investment properties that provide income throughout their retirement. Her move to First Team was prompted by the company's sophisticated tools that keep her on the cutting edge of market data and trends. That information is critical to her ability to continually educate her clients and guide them to informed real estate decisions with long term financial benefits. Contact Dawne at 714-795-1636 or email@example.com
(Costa Mesa, Calif., November 17, 2011) First Team is delighted to welcome Kathleen Almendarez to its Anaheim Hills office. A top performing agent with a diverse background in residential and investment sales and loss mitigation, Kathleen specializes in working with a broad range of clients, from first time buyers to luxury home buyers and sellers to investors. She is a sought after negotiator and Certified Short Sale Specialist with HAFA Certification. Her heartfelt commitment to serving others is reflected, not only in the high level of professionalism and integrity she offers her clients, but also in her volunteer work in her community on behalf of at-risk youth, families in crisis and the homeless. Contact Kathleen at 909-772-9767 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daniel Hatmaker has joined First Team's Huntington Beach-Garfield office, where he will continue his outstanding record of helping clients realize their real estate goals. Specializing in his home community of Mesa Verde, as well as Garden Grove, Huntington Beach and Santa Ana, Daniel has expertise in all types of residential real estate transactions, from guiding first-time buyers to their dream homes to delivering maximum value to luxury sellers. He is also passionate about investment real estate and uses his strong market knowledge and business savvy to consistently match investors to the right opportunity. Contact Daniel at 714-418-3196 or email@example.com or visit www.danielhatmaker.com.
(Costa Mesa, Calif., Nov. 2, 2011) Accomplished classical and Celtic harpist, Joanna Mell, shares her story of relocating her family and career to Southern California in the latest video of First Team® Real Estate's "My Story" campaign. Her story can be viewed at www.FirstTeam.com/MyStory.
Focusing on the profound, positive impact First Team agents make in their clients' lives, "My Story" videos feature company clients from throughout Southern California recounting how their agents helped them solve problems, overcome challenges or reach personal or professional real estate goals. The campaign was launched in Sept. in conjunction with the Orange County Register's announcement that First Team had been voted top real estate firm in the newspaper's 2011 Best of Orange County readers'poll. First Team is California's top ranked, independent, non-franchised real estate company and is ranked eighth in sales volume nationwide, according to RISMedia's most recent Power Brokers Report.
With harsh winters in her native Pennsylvania becoming a growing burden on her flourishing career, Mell moved her home and business to Corona last summer. Using the company's cutting edge tools and sophisticated data aggregators, agents Kim and Jim Weingarten of the First Team's Corona office found a home in just two days that would accommodate her family and music studio. They handled all aspects of the transaction while she packed her belongings back east, taking the stress out of her relocation, according to Mell.
First Team's My Story campaign videos are produced by award-winning filmmaker, Tasha Oldham, CEO of My Story, Inc. Readers are encouraged to submit their own First Team stories on the campaign website, www.FirstTeam.com/MyStory.
The Fullerton property was inspired by Knott's Berry Farm, Disneyland and Big Sur and resembles a Thomas Kincaid painting. It has the meticulous attention to detail of artisan homes of long ago, including a 2-inch, solid alder door with a rounded top that swings effortlessly on ball bearings; stone fireplaces; carved, wooden valances; elegant, carved, wooden cabinets and ornamentation that resembles great European chateaus. The back yard is a wooded fairyland adorned with winding paths, bridges and fountains, with an antique tea house at the top of a steep slope overlooking Mt. Baldy.
You'll have to see it to believe it:
For more information about this property, contact Cherie Eckley at (714) 357-2001 firstname.lastname@example.org