7 Spring cleaning tips that will save you money

If your idea of a good time is to do anything but clean and organize your house, we are with you. The day to day stuff like dishes and laundry (ugh, laundry!) can feel like enough of a chore, and now we are suggesting you add to your to-do list. […] Read more »

Complete Guide to Buying Probate Homes For Sale

 Table Of Contents What is a probate sale Not all probates are created equal Are probate homes a deal Tell me how to find a Glendale CA probate homes for sale Do I need all cash to buy a probate home? How do I get my offer on a probate […] Read more »

A no excuses guide to investing in income property

There are a ton of reasons to be nervous about investing in income properties. After all, money sitting in the bank will not let you down (it won’t do much else for you either).   You can’t afford to buy in LA because prices are so damn high: This might […] Read more »

New App Makes ADU Process Easier

Building an ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit or “Granny Flat”) is still complicated for your Glendale Ca home. However, if your home is in Los Angeles and LA County you are in luck. Los Angeles wants homeowners to add ADUs and is making it dead simple. This is great news for […] Read more »

Accessory Dwelling Unit Basics

Last month DIGGS hosted an informative workshop on Accessory Dwelling Units in the Los Angeles area. We invited local architects and ADU experts Arlene Edjourian and Javier Mariscal to present the basics of ADUs to our community. The response to their presentation was overwhelmingly positive and the workshop attendees were […] Read more »

Armine Bazikyan on How To Protect Your Real Estate Investment

Guest Blogger and friend Armine Bazikyan is a local Trusts and Estate Attorney. DIGGS asked her to guest blog on what a new homeowner should do to protect their financial asset. Now that you have bought one of the most expensive items you will likely purchase during your lifetime, the next […] Read more »

Open Sign

What is the Lifecycle of a New Listing?

What happens when a home first hits the market? The first thing the public normally sees is the sign in the yard, the home is on the multiple list service (MLS) and it is officially “on the market”. If a home is priced well and properly presented, it can attract […] Read more »

Buyer’s roadmap for 2018 in the greater Glendale, CA area

Los Angeles County housing prices broke records in 2017, and surpassed prices not seen since the 2007 mortgage crisis. That has some people wondering if we are experiencing another real estate bubble. Are you worried? You may not have reason to worry.   CoreLogic, a favorite resource for data geeks like […] Read more »


Pre-Inspections Every Home Owner Should Consider

Before you list your home you should consider pre-inspections. In Glendale, Ca homes are sold in “as-is” condition by default. However, home buyers have the right to inspect, by default. This means after a contract is signed and a price is agreed upon, the buyer will bring in professional inspectors. […] Read more »

When is it sold?

When Does A Sold Sign Go In The Yard?

When is a Home Sold? There are two steps to “sold”. The first step is when the Homeseller accepts a purchase contract from a buyer. That buyer has (typically) 30 days to complete the purchase and the seller cannot replace them with any other buyer, even if they are willing […] Read more »

Meet Arlene Edjourian, DIGGS architect and ADU expert

We don’t use the term expert loosely….. When Kendyl wanted to make the DIGGS dream a reality she knew exactly who could transform the little shop they had just leased into the DIGGS space. Arlene Edjourian is a fantastic architect with 23 years of experience and tons of awards under […] Read more »