Rodeo Realty's Encino Agent Carol Wolfe Selected To Join Committee Of Real Estate Experts For Tarzana Reimagined Campaign

Providence Tarzana Medical Center is investing more than $540 million to build a new, state-of-the-art patient care wing, featuring all private rooms and a new Emergency Department—the largest healthcare construction project ever in the San Fernando Valley!

As one of the most highly respected real estate agents in the area, Rodeo Realty’s Carol Wolfe was recently asked to join the committee of real estate industry experts as the residential real estate broker for the Tarzana Reimagined Campaign.

“Thank you Providence Tarzana Hospital for inviting me to take part in this great project,” said Carol Wolfe.
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The project plan also includes improvements to the existing 33-bed Women’s Pavilion, new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), and calls for expanded diagnostic and treatment areas, an enhanced lobby and visitor reception area, and an additional parking structure added to the site. Construction on the campus has begun and will continue until opening in 2021. Learn more ›

Rodeo Realty's Encino agent Carol Wolfe featured in Ventura Boulevard magazine

Featured in the February issue of Ventura Boulevard magazine is Rodeo Realty’s Encino agent, Carol Wolfe. Carol is highlighted for being a Valley real estate expert who knows how to get the job done well.

“For most of us, homes are the most important investments in our lives,” said the publication. “Whether buying or selling, you want an agent with experience.”

The article starts off by talking about Carol’s experience, community involvement, family, and achievements.

“In 2017 Carol had a record-breaking year as the #1 agent for Rodeo Realty in the entire San Fernando Valley,” said Ventura Blvd. “Rodeo Realty is associated with the largest recognized luxury networks, positioning Carol to market high-end properties internationally with global exposure.”

In a Q&A with the magazine, Carol is asked, “What does it take to be the best in the real estate business?”

“What I bring to the table is outstanding client representation, detailed market knowledge and high-tech marketing solutions,” said Carol. “I have always been on the cutting edge of technology. I am very good at negotiating the best price for my clients and great at problem-solving. Another thing that makes me successful is the great relationships I have with other Realtors®. I’m known to be very cooperative and easy to work with.”

Another question she’s asked, “What would you like potential clients to know about you?”

“I will take good care of them; they have chosen the best agent in the area,” said Carol. “I will work relentlessly to make sure my clients get the best possible results. My slogan is ‘Nobody Does it Better.’ I strive to provide clients with an unparalleled level of service—based on integrity, honesty and a commitment to excellence.”

The article ends with a few examples of referrals/testimonials Carol has received from her clients.

“To have clients thank me in the end for a job well done and refer me to their friends and families is the best reward,” said Carol.

To read the entire feature article on Carol, click HERE.


Tarzana home listed by Rodeo Realty’s Carol Wolfe featured in LA Times

Featured as a ‘Home of the Day’ in the Los Angeles Times is a newly built house in Tarzana. The contemporary farmhouse is listed by Carol Wolfe of Rodeo Realty Encino.

Welcoming you into the two-story foyer is a pivoting front door with glass sidelights. Wide-planked hardwood floors cover the nearly 6,000 square feet of living space.

The home features a kitchen island, a breakfast nook, butler’s pantry, wine refrigerator, a loft den, 5 en-suite bedrooms, a home theater, an infinity-edge pool and spa, a pool house with bathroom, a BBQ pavilion, fire pit, a vegetable garden, a sports court, and a two-car attached garage.

19100 Sprague Street is offered at $3.499 million.

For more information on this property, click HERE.
To view the property video, click HERE.
To read the LA Times feature on this home, click HERE.

LA Times reaches out to Rodeo Realty’s Carol Wolfe for expert insight on Encino


For the month of January, the Los Angeles Times decided to do a neighborhood spotlight on Encino.

For expert insight on the neighborhood, the LA Times reached out to Rodeo Realty’s #1 San Fernando Valley Realtor, Carol Wolfe.

The longtime Encino resident told the LA Times that new construction has attracted buyers to the area who might otherwise live in other parts of Los Angeles.

“We’ve been seeing a lot of tear-downs and new construction,” Wolfe told the LA Times. “New homes offer a lot of things that people want — a lot of bells and whistles.”

According to the article, for older homes or large-lot estates, potential home buyers will need to move quickly in the current marketplace.

“Families are competing with builders and developers, which makes it difficult,” Wolfe said. “The traditional buyer is being aced out by builders who waive inspections and have such strong offers.”


The neighborhood spotlight also talks about the history of Encino and how a mouthful of a name: El Valle de Santa Catalina de Bononia de los Encinos, is now referred to as San Fernando Valley, or simply the Valley.

Writer, Scott Garner, also talks about the neighborhood highlights and challenges.

“Whether you like hillside living or dwelling in the flats, Encino has great housing choices on either side of Ventura Boulevard,” said Garner.

The article concludes with a report card and a market snapshot.

“In November, based on 20 sales, the median price for single-family home sales in the 91316 Zip Code was $838,000, according to Core Logic,” said the LA Times. “That was a 18.9% increase in price over year.”

To read the entire LA Times article, click HERE.