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No one likes a show off, but I Sell Homes for nearly 10% more than other Agents. On a $1.5M home that means an extra $150,000 More!

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I Sell Homes almost 3X faster than other Agents.  Our properties are typically in escrow within 15 days. Need more time? No problem!

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I have over 5,000 Buyers in my Database looking for a home in your area, and my site generates thousands of new inquires monthly!

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I’ll get your home 20X more exposure than other Agents. Don’t believe me? Google my name. Let’s get your home the attention it deserves!

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When You Hire Me to sell your property, I include a 3-D Virtual Tour of your house 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. Want more? Ever walk inside the home of a celebrity? Now you can. Enjoy my collection of 3D Celebrity Homes Virtual Tour!

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FREE 3D TOUR FOR YOUR BUSINESS

Invite customers inside with a virtual tour of your business on Google Search, Google Maps and Google+. As members of our local community, I want to bring this technology and service to you FOR FREE.

FREE 3D TOUR OF YOUR HOUSE

When You Hire Me to sell your property, I include a 3-D Virtual Tour of your house 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. Want more? Ever walk inside the home of a celebrity? Now you can. Enjoy my collection of 3D Celebrity Homes Virtual Tour!

FREE 3D TOUR FOR YOUR BUSINESS

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Invite customers inside with a virtual tour of your business on Google Search, Google Maps and Google+.  As members of our local community, I want to bring this technology and service to you FOR FREE.

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They Aren't Gone And They're Coming Back.


Between 2006-2013 I sold thousands of REOs aka Foreclosure homes for the banks. There will always be foreclosures. Some economic cycles will be more extreme than others. The primary reason to consider purchasing a foreclosure is the potential for a great deal. I’ll give access to my most current list of foreclosed homes in Southern California for FREE.


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TOP TEN

MOST EXPENSIVE HOMES IN VALLEY VILLAGE.
(Admit it. You’re curious. So were we.)

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TOP TEN

MOST EXPENSIVE HOMES IN VALLEY VILLAGE.
(Admit it. You’re curious. So were we.)

HUMBLE START

Son of Immigrants

My parents immigrated to the US from Central & South America in the early 1970s. My mother and father were 14 & 18 years young when I was born. They each worked two jobs to support what would become a family of 5. “Do well in school.” my parents said, “We’ll handle the rest.”

And they did. I saw them work hard. They worked when they were sick, when they were tired, and when they didn’t want to.  I excelled in school. They excelled in providing. I saw some of their dreams fade and businesses that they started fail. My parents instilled a drive and a work ethic in me that most people can’t relate to. They led by example, and so do I.

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No Gimmicks. Documented Success.

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.

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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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VALLEY VILLAGE REAL ESTATE

We have one of the most comprehensive lists of homes that are available for sale in Valley Village.

Click below to see EVERY home currently on the market.

The City of Valley Village

Valley Village’s charms might at first seem hidden, or at least understated. But in its own endearing and refreshingly un-hip way, this neighborhood in the southeast corner of the San Fernando Valley has become one of L.A.’s best – especially for those seeking fast access to many other key ‘hoods and relatively spacious housing at a bargain price. Good things have happened in recent years, with a slow-forming critical mass of restaurants, bars and shops.

On Magnolia alone, in the block between Lankershim and Vineland, you now find the Republic of Pie, the Bow & Truss tapas emporium, the Brickyard billiards tavern and a casual diner simply called EAT. Embedded in that stretch are also a few great old playhouses, with most regularly offering plays, comedy shows and acting classes.  Head to lower Lankershim near Universal City and you’ll find the acclaimed Firenze Osteria, owned by TV superchef Fabio Viviani, but head up that boulevard and there’s the cozy nightspot Skinny’s Lounge and the marvelously kitschy Tiki No bar, replete with exterior fire-spewing torches. Pass the tenacious (and pugnacious) little comedy club Ha Ha Cafe on the right and one of my favorite all-you-can-eat sushi places, Miyako, on the left, and a few blocks north you’ll encounter the snazzed-up district above Magnolia anchored by the grand Academy of Television Arts & Sciences complex and the shaded-glass Arts College building.

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Valley Village History

According to Elke Garman, co-president of the Valley Village Homeowners Association in 1991, the history of Valley Village went back to the 1930s, when workers at nearby motion picture studios built houses there. The local post office on Magnolia Boulevard canceled all mail with a “Valley Village” postmark. It was, however, officially a section of North Hollywood.

The idea of separating Valley Village from North Hollywood was brought into public light with a meeting of about 300 homeowners at Colfax Avenue Elementary School in December 1985, yet it wasn’t until 1991 that Valley Village got seven new blue reflective markers from the city of Los Angeles to mark its borders. In December 1985, some three hundred homeowners gathered at Colfax Avenue Elementary School to begin a campaign to head off development of what they called “stucco mountains” – continued construction of large apartments and office buildings in the area. Councilman Joel Wachs said he would support the drive, although he rejected the details of a proposed advisory panel for the area. He said a proposed panel of homeowners might overlook the concerns of renters and the need for rental housing. Residents complained about blocked views, parking problems and traffic congestion because of buildings as high as five stories next to their single-family homes. The measure would not have banned construction but would have limited all new buildings to two stories and the square footage of commercial development to 1 1/2 times the size of the lot. After much debate, it was approved with exemptions for areas where development had already occurred. Finally, substantially the same measure was approved by the council on a temporary basis with exemptions for two dozen properties in areas where there had already been substantial development, like the south side of Riverside Drive between Colfax Avenue and Laurel Canyon Boulevard.

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