The L3

Always on the cutting edge of technology, The L3 Real Estate team continually take advantage of the latest in web design and software development to better enhance your property goals, and because their team is comprised mostly of longtime Costa Mesa residents, they’re able to provide clients with a real insiders perspective of the community. When Larry Weichman and Kurt Galitski founded Costa Mesa's Weichman Associates - Realtors, they envisioned a local alternative to the large, nationally based real estate companies. It was company based on the knowledge that smaller is better. By employing only the finest, most experienced and knowledgeable Costa Mesa real estate professionals, Weichman Associates - Realtors quickly earned - and has maintained - a reputation for providing discreet, concierge - level service to each of its customers and clients. It's a level of service reflective of Costa Mesa itself - dignified, understated and world class in every respect. "We know how special this area is to people," says Larry, a Costa Mesa resident since 1976. "That’s why we try to preserve that atmosphere while working so hard to help people find their own piece of paradise." If you can't see content in this frame, please follow to this link.

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Costa Mesa Homeowners Avoid Golf-Home Development Woes

The game of golf remains a leading participation sport across California—but over the past decade, its growth as an industry has rolled into a hazard. According to a sobering report in The Wall Street Journal, some unanticipated demographic factors have combined with legal problems to drive some golf-home property values out of bounds. Even Golf …

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History Brings Character to Older Costa Mesa Houses

If you have your sights set on a brand spanking new Costa Mesa house, the romance of a home that’s witnessed the comings and goings of previous generations probably doesn’t call out to you. At least not nearly as powerfully as a front door lock that’s yet to be turned, a kitchen with nary a …

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