Tami’s in the News — Read All About it

We’re excited to share our Founder + CEO, Tami Halton Pardee’s latest news on Fox 11 and in the Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Real Deal, and more. In these publications, Tami tours some hot properties and cruises around Venice, shares advice on how to be an all-star realtor, and provides trends and forecasts on the Westside real estate market. Whether she’s talking business or highlighting fun facts about a home, it all starts with peace + big love. Pardee On!

Walls that sparkle, lighting that dazzles, and a rooftop deck that beckons, all tucked into a 3,300 square foot space in the heart of Venice. 750 California Avenue is an easy sell because the designer, Alon Zakoot, maximized every inch of the 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home.

There’s a custom designed pool with a dozen waterfalls, wallpaper with corks, and sparkling walls with glass and glitter. The 360-views on the rooftop desk also comes with a kitchen, firepit, and grassy yard.

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Jesse Goddard and Tami Pardee drive through Venice, California in the real estate series, “A-Listed.”

From the unusual sights to the iconic canals to the mix of old and new homes, Venice is a feast for the senses. To get a taste of the local flavor, real estate agent Tami Pardee gave Hot Property host Jesse Goddard a personal tour through the weird and wonderful beachfront neighborhood.

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Long the suburban stepsister of luxury Los Angeles neighborhoods, the San Fernando Valley is becoming more fashionable—and more competitive.

The changing attitudes toward the Valley reflect the changing economics of Los Angeles real estate. Some of the Hollywood types who pioneered neighborhoods like Beverly Hills and Bel-Air can no longer afford these areas, having been priced out by technology executives, foreign buyers, and cash investors. And while the West Side, an area that includes Venice, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades and Brentwood, long offered a cheaper alternative, prices there have risen over 59% since 2012, according to an analysis by Tami Pardee, founder of Halton Pardee & Partners, a brokerage with three offices on the West Side.

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It’s no secret that Los Angeles has a serious shortage of affordable housing. Gubernatorial candidates are pledging a dramatic increase in new housing and Mayor Eric Garcetti is claiming state Senate bills don’t do enough.

In the Westside, home prices have skyrocketed amid low supply. Proximity to the beach has always helped.

The residential real estate market took center stage at The Real Deal’s Westside forum on Wednesday at the Water Garden in Santa Monica, where experts in a variety of industries offered insight on existing conditions and what the future may bring.

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The queen of Silicon Beach and the No. 5 agent in Los Angeles, Tami Pardee, has sold more than $3 billion worth of residential and commercial properties since starting her career in real estate in 2005. The busy Pardee sold the “Californication” Venice home for a record $14.6 million, just opened a Coachella Valley office and will open a Culver City/Mar Vista office in March. “The executive and high-end talent formed by the fusion of tech and entertainment industries continue to create waves of demand for luxury homes across the Westside,” she says.

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Want to know what it takes to be one of the most well-respected and successful real estate agents in the country?

I had the privilege of interviewing Tami Halton Pardee, Founder and CEO of Halton Pardee + Partners (formerly Pardee Properties). Tami Halton Pardee’s expertise in real estate, entrepreneurship and philanthropy is unrivaled. Tami has built a concierge real estate company that understand the life-changing decisions that comes with buying a home. As a result of her vision and tenacity, the company has sold over $3.1 billion worth of residential and commercial properties since inception in 2005. Realizing the importance of giving back, Tami also founded the Life Change Warriors program, that recently surpassed $1 million in community donations.

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Just six days after taking on a Crestwood Hills listing, Nancy Osborne and Tami Pardee put it into contract for just under its $2.8 million asking price. The three-bedroom, 2,850-square-foot Brentwood property, boasting lush landscaping and canyon views, had languished on the market for 18 months before the duo from Halton Pardee + Partners got on board. The difference, the brokers insist, was the decor.

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When an entrepreneur entered a vicious, grueling industry, she approached it differently than her competitors.

Tami Halton Pardee started out working in Hollywood. “I used to work for Sharon Stone in her heyday,” she recalls. “It was a very difficult job…I felt so empty as a person. I never wanted to feel that way again.”

“When I got out of there, I remember thinking, ‘I will always be kind to everyone from now on.’”

Her next move: real estate in LA.

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Housing is always a hot topic in Southern California, so real estate expert Tami Halton Pardee sat down with Eyewitness News for a look at what this year has in store for home buyers.

Will prices keep going up in 2018? What about interest rates?
Prices are expected to continue going up, possibly in the high, single-digit numbers.

What about the federal tax changes, like the capping of mortgage interest deduction at $500,000?
It puts one more step in it for people, but there is not enough supply in Los Angeles for it to make a major difference.

Where in Southern California does everyone want to live? Do you see more people moving east for affordability?
A lot of people looking to buy in Southern California are eyeing Mid-cities such as El Segundo and Playa del Rey.

What about millennials. Do you see them buying more homes?
Millennials are buying and they’re buying smart. They tend to study the houses they like online, and by the time they show up to an open house, they are ready to buy.

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