New Listing: 630 N Sunnyslope Dr - Think RE*Link: San Gabriel Valley Real Estate

Posted by | September 18, 2010 | Pasadena, Previous Listings | One Comment
New Listing: 630 N Sunnyslope Dr

This is a great home located in one of the best locations in Pasadena (near Gwinn Park and all the stores/restaurants). This home has been totally remodeled with new interior/exterior paint, new carpets throughout, new fixtures, and many other little changes to get this home move in condition. The kitchen is very open and has lots of natural light. This home has a whole 2nd level that is permitted and can be used for a large family or multiple families. This property has very spacious room sizes, a balcony with gorgeous mountain views, and central air conditioning. This home also features three fireplaces (in the living room, master bedroom, and great room upstairs), a formal dining room, a 2 car attached garage, and room for RV parking! I almost forgot to mention that this property has a sparkling pool in the backyard and a very large lot. With so much potential and too many amenities to mention please don’t miss this wonderful opportunity for your first time buyer or an investor!

About Ryan Asao

Ryan Asao is a Monrovia real estate agent and founder of Think RE*Link. Ryan currently serves as President of his local BNI and Toastmasters chapter and is a board member of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals - MSELA Chapter and Mt. San Antonio College Foundation. He is also President Emeritus of the Arcadia Association of Realtors. When he's not working, Ryan is deeply involved with the activities of his family, volunteering with local schools and soccer organizations.

One Comment

  • Mojgan says:

    I had a hard time choosing one from the list, but wound up with srontg negotiation skills . I would have picked honors their fiduciary responsibility to you above all else which is why you want a buyer’s agent in the first place, as opposed to surfing the web for listings and calling the listing agent (so they can set you up with a junior agent in their office with their broker acting as a dual agent no thank you!). If a buyer’s agent truly understands and honors what that means, the rest of the pieces ought to fall in line.I’m quite surprised by the 50%+ votes on helps you assess homes , as I’d put that almost last on the list. That’s a job for your inspector (as to deferred maintenance and needed repairs), your appraiser (as to the value) and you (yourself) and your partner (business parter or life partner, whoever might be sharing in the purchase and/or occupation of the house, as to all other matters). A hint: it is a conflict of interest to ask someone who stands to make money when you purchase something, whether or not you ought to purchase that thing. Some honest people may give you an honest answer, but others will tell you what they think you want to hear or sugar coat their response to coax you into purchasing. Rate this comment: 3 0

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