Pam Luckey

Agent Spotlight: Pam Luckey, Coldwell Banker Coastal Alliance

Home & Realty Magazine welcomes Pam Luckey to our growing coastal advertising family.

Pam is happily married to Larry Luckey. The couple have a daughter Tessa, who is also a Real Estate professional following the footsteps of her successful mom, a son Tyler, and five beautiful grand children who Pam always shares with all of her friends on Facebook.

Pam is a Fine Arts graduate of Domingus Hills. She is an active member of the Long Beach Yacht Club and coordinates many of the club’s social events. She was a former Board of Director at the Long Beach Board of Directors. Pam also participates with Steel Magnolia’s with Stramski Children’s Development Center, and she also raises funds for Fisher House at the VA Hospital in Long Beach.

Pam’s ultimate reward in her work is the satisfaction of guiding her clients with her experienced real estate skills in making one of the most important investments in their lives. She is most humble and only we can say this about Pam Luckey, Pam understands and abides by the laws of real estate like a judge, yet treats her clients like a marshmallow!

 

Go Luckey!

Pam Luckey
Cell:    (562) 307-4367
Office: (562) 961-2235
Cal BRE: 00751586
Coldwell Banker Coastal Alliance
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Tim Title

Title Professional Spotlight: Robert Strausas (with Tim Title)

The Biggest Little Marketing Partner
by Ted Apodaca, Editor

One thing Title Professional Sales Rep Robert Strausas didn’t need was a hook to strike up a conversation with someone. Since his childhood, Strausas said he has had little trouble reaching out to people and engaging them as friends.

Still, Strausas has taken a relatively simple idea that was presented by his company, and turned it into a kind of folk hero in the Long Beach area.

Strausas took a small figure named Tim Title, and made the diminutive sales rep as familiar to most real estate professionals as his own.

“It’s created quite a buzz,” Strausas said of Tim.

In his five years as a title sales rep, Strausas had made himself pretty well known to the real estate community in Long Beach. His day consists of visits to usually 25 to 30 offices every day, to try and gain business for his employer, Title 365.

Strausas said that those visits are his favorite part of the job. He’s a quintessential people person. And while he embraces technology and electronic communication for transacting business, his philosophy is that building business is best done in person.

“Belly to belly is the only way to do business,” Strausas said.

Strausas has the look of a jock. He’s tall, with an athletic build and a shaved head. But while he enjoys snowboarding and going to the river, he has never been very involved in athletics. He didn’t play any sports while attending Orange High School and admits that academics were never his motivation.

Once out of high school, Strausas began working in construction and worked his way up to becoming a finish carpenter who specialized in building custom kitchens. But when the housing market crashed, people’s prioritizing of remodeling kitchens crashed as well, and jobs became scarce.

His father’s death in 2005 also made Strausas take stock of his life and he began looking to make changes. After some time off, he began looking for a job, and through a friend, he was given a chance to see if he could fit in as a title sales rep.

He knew almost nothing about title sales, but Dale Rincon, the man he calls his mentor, taught him the ropes. And his personality and persistence made him a natural for the sales business.

 

Strausas said when he was put into the Long Beach area, there were established title sales reps who had been providing quality service for decades. He was saddled with the duty of trying to make a name for himself in the market. He said there were clients he visited almost weekly, for years, before finally getting them to give him a deal.

“I like to say I pound on people gently until they give in,” Strausas said.

But his demeanor has also made him a lot of friends and acquaintances in his five years in the Long Beach area. And for the guy who is the face and arm of the title company, his personality perfect for his job.

“Robert’s passion and sincerity are an inspiration,” Rincon said. “He really does love his career.”

Strausas said the team of people who process the title work are the heart of the company and he gives “kudos” to those people. But he takes his role as the arm of the company very seriously and makes it is personal motto to always answer phone calls and emails. He said that the real estate community knows the company through him and he treats the trust they have in him with great care.

“They know that I’ll follow through if there is a problem,” Strausas said.

Spotlight: Linda Jenkins

Home Warranty Spotlight: Linda Jenkins

Home Warranty Spotlight: Linda Jenkins

Linda Jenkins is your premier choice for home warranty, natural hazard disclosure, and home inspections. As assistant Vice President of Buyers Protection Group (BPG) Home Warranty, Linda continues to lead the pack as the company’s Top Sales Achiever and her performance is second to none.

BPG Buyers Protection Group offers homeowners the finest piece of mind… protecting the most important investment in their lives, their home.

Home & Realty Magazine Welcomes Linda Jenkins to our elite list of Partner/Sponsors and encourages you to consider Linda and BPG to be your home’s warranty protection company.

5881 Lancefield Drive

Featured Property Spotlight: 5881 Lancefield Drive Huntington Beach, CA – OPEN HOUSE Feb.23rd..

Featured Property – 5881 Lancefield Drive Huntington Beach, CA – OPEN HOUSE Feb. 23rd.

Lesley Harris of RE/MAX Fine Homes is inviting you this Sunday to visit her beautiful Featured Property OPEN HOUSE in Huntington Beach.

Check out the video below and take Lesley’s Video Tour then drive over and visit this beautiful Huntington home being offered!

Leo Betancourt

Broker Spotlight: Leo Betancourt

Home & Realty Magazine Online welcomes RE/MAX TerraSol of Huntington Beach California. This dynamic team of real estate professionals is led by Broker/owner Leo Betancourt. Their new offices are conveniently located on Beach Boulevard just a stone’s throw from Pacific Coast Highway.

 

Luxury waterfront home

Real Estate Property Spotlight: 17 Water St, Groton CT 06355

Home and Realty Magazine is pleased to include this luxury waterfront real estate property from Seaport Real Estate Group at William Pitt – Sotheby’s International Real Estate in our Real Estate Property Spotlight.

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Byron Lazine – Listing Agent

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Luxury waterfront home

$1,598,000 MLS # E268198

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(Randall’s Wharf)

Looking for a luxury waterfront home without the expense and hassles of maintenance? Randall’s Wharf offers a lifestyle sought by many yet achieved by few. Ask your agent for a marketing packet highlighting the well-appointed features and floor plan.

 

Contact:

Byron Lazine
Realtor
William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty
Cell: (860) 941-2755
Email: blazine@wpsir.com
Email: blazine@seaportre.com

 


Disclaimer

This Website is not the official Website of Sotheby’s International Realty®, Inc. or William Pitt Real Estate LLC and they do not make any representation or warranty regarding any information, including without limitation its accuracy or completeness, contained on this Website.

2 New London Rd, Groton CT

Real Estate Property Spotlight: 2 New London Rd, Mystic CT 06355

Home and Realty Magazine is pleased to include this wonderful historic Connecticut real estate property from Seaport Real Estate Group at William Pitt – Sotheby’s International Real Estate in our Real Estate Property Spotlight.

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Byron Lazine – Listing Agent

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Wonderful Historic Connecticut Property

$779,000 MLS # E267129

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Historic 3 Family located in the WDD Commercial Zone. Potential Gross Income of over $50k. 4,000 car traffic count per day. Adjacent to Margaritas and across the street from the Oyster Club. Ample parking with space for 10 or more vehicles. Walk downtown!

Contact:

Byron Lazine
Realtor
William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty
Cell: (860) 941-2755
Email: blazine@wpsir.com
Email: blazine@seaportre.com

 


Disclaimer

This Website is not the official Website of Sotheby’s International Realty®, Inc. or William Pitt Real Estate LLC and they do not make any representation or warranty regarding any information, including without limitation its accuracy or completeness, contained on this Website.

Cary Hairabedian

Agent Spotlight: Cary Hairabedian

Cary Hairabedian is a real estate agent specializes in selling homes in the city of Cypress, California. Cypress offers an excellent location in Southern California. It is centrally located on the border of Los Angeles and Orange counties, just a few miles from the ocean. Cypress is known for being a very safe city with highly rated schools. This wonderful community provides affordable housing with easy access to major freeways including the 405, 22, 605, and 91. Home prices in Cypress range from $300,000 for 1,200 square foot 2 and 3 bedroom townhomes, to over $1 million for 3,600 square foot 5 bedroom 4 bath homes.

Fine Dining - Home & Realty Magazine

Fine Dining Spotlight: Michael’s Restaurant Group

Michael’s On Naples opened in December 2007, and quickly became one of the region’s top-rated fine dining destinations.

In 2010, Michael Dene partnered with some family and close friends to open the second restaurant in the Michael’s Group—Michael’s Pizzeria. Michael’s is proud to be the only place in California serving truly authentic Napoli-style pizza (right down to handmade mozzarella and imported Italian flour). The concept took off immediately, and locations are now popping up all over California.