The Century 21 Peak Blog

Century 21 Peak Founder Featured in Forbes

Where are we headed for 2020 and beyond?  Here are some insights from one of Southern California’s leading real estate entrepreneurs, Eli Tene.

Top Blogs for Real Estate Agents in 2020

As a real estate agent, it’s important to stay on top of developments in your field. After all, you want to be able to inform your clients of important trends. Not to mention any regulatory changes that might affect them. Plus, it’s important for you to be able to anticipate any significant developments that could […]

Tips for Marketing Homes During the Corona Virus Outbreak

The coronavirus has had a devastating impact on the economy. Yet at the same time, with mortgage rates at an all-time low, it is a buyer’s market. Plus, according to Forbes, a growing number of first-time home buyers are in the market for properties because they want to get away from crowded cities. We believe this […]

Californians Are the Biggest Target of Escrow Scams

Just hours after submitting their $775,000 down payment for their new home, Kevin and Nicole Noar from Solana Beach discovered they’d been scammed. Instead of the money going to their escrow agent’s account, it went to a hacker’s bank account in Singapore, according to ABC 10 News San Diego. Welcome to the world of escrow scams. […]

San Fernando Valley Business Journal Covers Special 1-1 Agent Meeting Featuring Century 21 CEO

Our Century 21 Peak agent community was honored on May 13th with a special “Morning with Mike” Zoom call featuring C21 President and CEO Mike Miedler. Here’s the in-depth coverage from the SFVBJ on the event with 200 agents and real estate professionals in attendance.

C21 Peak Takes the Lead During COVID-19 Utilizing Virtual Tour Technology

Century 21 Peak stays ahead of the curve during volatile economic times by offering 3D virtual open house tours. Read the recent article published by the San Fernando Valley Business Journal featuring the brokerage.

Home Not Selling? Here’s What to Do.

If a home sits on the market for more than 90 days, it’s regarded as “stale.” So what can you do to generate interest for your sellers? The following tips can help a home not selling catch the public eye. If your client is in need of some serious home selling advice, don’t hesitate to […]

New Parents? What to Consider When Buying a Home

Are you a new parent? Then it’s understandable that you might be thinking of buying a new home. After all, a three-bedroom single-family home in a quiet suburb is usually a better place to raise your children than a one-bedroom condo in the city center — no matter how nice the condo is. Before you […]

What You Need to Know About Buying a Historic Home

If your clients fall in love with a historic home, they need to know that buying and owning one can be more complicated than a regular home. Here are some things you should inform them of so that they have all the information they need before buying a historic home. If you are a real […]

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