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When You Hire Me to sell your property, I include a 3-D Virtual Tour of the interior as part of my marketing strategy.

360 degree Virtual Tours gives Home Buyers an opportunity to see the home in a way that no ordinary 2D photography can. Virtual Tours provide viewers with a complete picture rather than just segments or angles that leave questions and uncertainties in their minds.

  • 360 degree virtual tours allow the Home Buyer to navigate the tours by clicking on integrated floor plans.
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of Home Buyers searched online at some point during their home buying process.
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%
of all Home Buyers want to See Video of the home online

When You Hire Me to sell your property, I include a 3-D Virtual Tour of the interior as part of my marketing strategy.

360 degree Virtual Tours gives Home Buyers an opportunity to see the home in a way that no ordinary 2D photography can. Virtual Tours provide viewers with a complete picture rather than just segments or angles that leave questions and uncertainties in their minds.

HIRE PAUL

Glendale Real Estate Agent

The Los Angeles Times Real Estate section featured Paul Argueta twice in 2007, once in March and once in April for his expertise in residential real estate sales and unique niche marketing.

Zillow, Trulia, & Real Trends ranked him in the top 1% of all agents nationwide according to their Annual “America’s Best Real Estate Agents” List.

ELITE SERVICE

No Gimmicks. Documented Success.

Your success has taught you that more money can be made, and more capital can be raised, but those same rules do not apply to your time.

Your allotted time cannot be restored or replenished once used, but it can be leveraged by hiring the right person for the job. Paul is that right person.

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MOST EXPENSIVE HOMES IN GLENDALE.
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TOP TEN

MOST EXPENSIVE HOMES IN GLENDALE.
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ENTREPENEURS

Do YOU have the next BIG THING?


Paul and his team of vetted investors are always looking for Business Renegades like you with concepts, products, or businesses that can upend an industry.

It isn’t unusual for Paul to take the helm of a struggling business, make some much-needed changes and catapult it to stardom. Talk to Paul if you know you’ve got the next big thing.


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The College Of Real Estate offers the courses required to earn your California Real Estate Salesperson License and your NMLS Loan Originators License or both. Evening & weekend classes are available as live instruction or self-paced education.


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GLENDALE REAL ESTATE

We have one of the most comprehensive lists of homes that are available for sale in Glendale, CA.

Click below to see EVERY home currently on the market.

The City of Glendale

It has been said that the city of Glendale, with its background of the Verdugo Hills, “sparkled like a jewel in the sun.” which is how it became known as the Jewel City.

Glendale’s proximity to hills and mountains make it an excellent location for hiking and mountain biking. The city borders the world-famous Griffith Park, is adjacent to the Verdugo Mountains, and is very close the San Gabriel Mountains and the Angeles National Forest. In the winter, skiing is surprisingly close to this Southern California city, with Mt. Waterman just over an hour away, Mountain High about an hour and a half, and the Big Bear ski resorts just over two hours away.

Glendale’s fairly high population density of 6,295 per sq. mi. is comparable to Milwaukee’s, above that of nearby Burbank and Pasadena, and not far behind that of Los Angeles as a whole. While some view density in a negative light, it is in many ways positive for quality of life, bringing the advantages of the city more easily to more people without the need to waste time traveling. That’s one of the reasons that the density of a city correlates to its “greenness.”

But Glendale is not too big.  Glendale’s “just right” size helps it avoid some common big city issues such as the bureaucracy and dysfunction of other detached big city agencies. Glendale’s crime rate is also quite low; in the past decade its crime rate has been about half that of the average U.S. city.

Glendale is a great city for business. Label and packaging leader Avery Denison is headquartered in Glendale as is everybody’s favorite pancake restuarant, IHOP. Glendale is also a major player in the entertainment industry. DreamWorks Animation headquarters is in Glendale, as are several Disney divisions: Imagineering, Consumer Products, Disney Interactive, the Muppets Studio, and Marvel Animation Studios.

Glendale History

In 1798 Corporal Jose Maria Berdugo (later changed to Verdugo) established title to the Rancho San Rafael. The Rancho included most of present day Glendale, Burbank, Eagle Rock and Highland Park. In 1831, Jose Maria Verdugo died and passed the Rancho San Rafael to his son and daughter (Julio and Catalina). It was not until 30 years later (1861) that Julio and Catalina divided the Rancho between them. A series of smaller divisions took place until a court decision known as the “Great Partition” was made in 1871 dissolving the Rancho San Rafael. As smaller parcels were created, many homes and businesses were developed. Six individuals contributed land to create the original 150 acre townsite which was named Glendale. This was platted, filed and recorded,with the County Recorder as the “Town of Glendale” in 1887.

In 1906 the City was incorporated. It consisted of 1,486 acres. By 1920, the City had grown through nine annexations to over 7,000 acres. From 1920 to 1930, ten annexations brought the total area to 12,294 acres. The period 1930 to 1950 established many small annexations culminating in the 2,160 acre Whiting Woods and Verdugo Mountains annexations. This brought the area of the City to 15,140 acres or 23.6 square miles. Two major annexations, New York Avenue (in the La Crescenta area) and Upper Chevy Chase Canyon, and several smaller annexations enlarged the City to 29.2 square miles by 1952. Since 1952, twenty-seven annexations have occurred. The largest of these was the 662.8 acre Inter-Valley Ranch, now known as the George Dukemejian Wilderness Park Currently the City consists of 30.5 square miles

History abstract above is courtesy of the City of Glendale.

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