Brandon Assanti of Rodeo Realty list $13 Million Dollar Golfers Paradise

The listing held by Brandon Assanti continues to receive numerous media mentions since hitting the market.

Robb Report recently featured the property for it’s prime location, spacious living quarters and closet space.

The home sits on an acre of land and is 1 of only 8 homes that face the LA County Golf Course.

Described by the Robb Report as a “private oasis”, the 8,000 sq. ft. of living space includes six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a fully equipped gourmet kitchen.

The property boast additional luxury features like a home theater, indoor basketball court, and attached guest house.

The article also highlighted the best feature of all for those fashion fiends! Closets large enough to double as a personal store with custom shelving and room to spare.

Another remarkable feature of this listing is it’s proximity to the iconic Beverly Hills sign. This 90210 landmark is just across the street from the 20-car drive way leading up to your home.

9996 Sunset Boulevard is listed at $13 million by Rodeo Realty’s Brandon Assanti.

For additional listing information click here.

To view the Robb Report article click here.

Rodeo Realty Quoted In LA Times Article on Home Price Stablization

monacohenThe real estate market is always changing. Right now the data seems to indicate that we are entering a time of market stablization (something Rodeo Realty president Syd Leibovitch began to predict late last year). The rapid growth of home prices has slowed and inventory still remains tight. Home sellers are testing the market and seeing multiple offers but the feeding frenzy of last year seems to have abated a bit. DataQuick’s latest numbers showed that the median price in Los Angeles County rose 10% in May to $450,000 from $410,000 a year earlier. This is significant but still lower than the big price jumps we were seeing last year.

In an article on this phenomenon, Los Angeles Times reporter Tim Logan interviewed Mona Cohen of Rodeo Realty Brentwood for her hands-on view of the local market. Mona explained that she often has to explain to sellers that they need to be realistic about pricing.

“They still think they’re in that little bubble of 2013, where you’d put it on the market and have 15 offers,” Mona told the Times. “That still happens in pockets. But buyers have become a lot more savvy.”