Born and raised in the Philippines, Jaclyn moved to California before turning 21. She worked as an Assistant to a Real Estate Broker for 5 years in Northern California. She moved to Southern California to pursue a Master’s Degree in Christian Counseling. Jaclyn worked in the school’s Business Office helping students with their financial accounts.
Jaclyn’s aim as she pursued Counseling was to develop her skills in working with people, before returning to Real Estate. Upon finishing her Counseling degree, she earned her License in Real Estate. She prayed to join a company that cares for their clients and each other, adheres to moral and ethical principles of honesty and fair dealing, and passionately strives to give the best at all times. Podley Properties met each criteria. She walked into that open door excited to start her career as a Realtor.
Jaclyn loves meeting and building friendships with people. Her previous work as a Real Estate Assistant combined with her counseling experience, attention to detail, and trustworthy character make her a great Realtor to work with. She is dedicated to providing you the support needed as you buy or sell properties, while making it a fun experience for you!
In addition to her passion in Real Estate, she enjoys hiking, going to the gym and the beach, and meeting up with friends over coffee or meal.
1058 E. Claremont Street, Pasadena // 1058Claremont.com
Here’s a cozy little home in Pasadena’s Bungalow Heaven neighborhood that packs a fair bit of charm into less than 900 square feet of living space.
Built in 1922, the home sits on a compact 2,993-square-foot lot. The front of the home has a garden and walkway leading to the circular front porch. Inside are two bedrooms and one-and-three-quarters bathrooms, along with an airy living room and dining area illuminated by wide windows and French doors.
Hardwood floors run throughout the home, and other features include built-in shelving and a gas fireplace in the living room. The recently updated tile-floored kitchen includes new appliances and a farmhouse sink.
Double doors in the bedroom lead out to a small back deck and wraparound patio space with an added storage shed. There’s also a small studio space behind the house that could be used as a particularly snug home office.
Asking price is $565,000.
This article originally appeared on CurbedLA.com
24 & 31 | Pasadena Spring Egg Hunt
Kidspace Museum, PASADENA
Times Vary by Age Group > Candy-filled eggs are hidden at Arroyo Adventure just waiting to be found. Pre-registration required.
31 | Glendora Easter Egg Hunt
Finkbiner Park, GLENDORA
Activities: 9am, Hunt: 10am > Community egg hunt for ages 10 & under with FREE pancakes.
31 | Sierra Madre Easter Egg Hunt
Memorial Park, SIERRA MADRE
10am > Annual egg hunt complete with eggs, candy & the Easter Bunny for children 12 & under.
31 | Spring Egg Hunt & Healthy Kids Day
Recreation Park, MONROVIA
10am > Games, crafts, food trucks, music & a visit from the Spring Bunny.
31 | Spring Egg Bowl
Rose Bowl Stadium, PASADENA
8am-5pm > All hunts will take place on the Rose Bowl Stadium field. No registration is required. All egg hunts are free of charge.
Every Sat & Sun | Spring Bloom Walks
Descanso Gardens, LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE
11am & 1pm > Stroll through the gardens on a guided walk & learn about cherry blossoms, flowering trees & more.
2 | Art in Bloom Gallery Opening
Creative Arts Group, SIERRA MADRE
7-9pm > Exhibition pairing the community’s floral designers with artists. Refreshments served. Open through March 4th.
8 & 25 | Pasadena Heritage Spring Home Tour
Various Locations, PASADENA
Tour: 9am-4pm, Lecture: 7-8:30pm > Highlighting design excellence, historic homes & gorgeous gardens.
18 | Wistaria Festival
Downtown SIERRA MADRE
9am-5pm > Celebrate the world’s largest wistaria vine with live music, family-friendly activities & food court – stop by the Podley booth!
23-24 | Huck Finn Fishing Derby & Campout
Sierra Vista Park, SIERRA MADRE
Campout: Fri 5pm, Fishing: Sat 12:30-4pm > Fantastic opportunity for families to get their first experience camping and fishing in a friendly environment close to home.
24 | Peacock Day: Journey to India
Los Angeles County Arboretum, ARCADIA
10am-3pm > Celebrate peacocks and their native country of India with dance, crafts, parade & food.
Arts & Entertainment
1 | DIY Candy Airplane & Author Visit
ALTADENA Main Library
4pm > Build your own candy airplane while meeting Gwen Katz, author of Among the Red Stars.
3 | Glendora Wine Walk & Beer Festival
6-9pm > An evening of wine, beer, nibbles & music.
7-15 | Pasadena International Film Festival
Participating PASADENA Theaters
Times Vary > Celebrate the best of the best in independent film!
9 | ArtNight Pasadena
Participating PASADENA Museums
6-10pm > Enjoy free admission, extended hours & complimentary shuttle transportation around Pasadena.
10 | Montrose Spring Wine Walk
MONTROSE Shopping Park
5-8pm > Sample wines from over 25 pour stations hosted by our merchants and businesses.
10 | 25th Annual Western Round-Up
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE Community Center
10am-2pm > Western-themed fun for the whole family with ponies, petting zoo, silent auction, gourmet food & more.
17 | St. Patrick’s Day in the Courtyard
One Colorado Courtyard, PASADENA
12-5:30pm > Rainbows, bagpipes & drums – plenty of fun Irish gigs & jigs.
17 | Teen Film Festival
MONROVIA Public Library
2-3pm > Stop by the first installment of this fest with pizza & screenings of teen-directed short films.
1164 N. Calle Rolph, Palm Springs // Open Saturday, February 24th 1-3pm
Part of a tract of World War II-era homes built as worker housing
Modernism Week events are ongoing in Palm Springs and plenty of pedigreed homes are up for grabs in the desert city. Case in point: this cozy post and beam by influential modern architect Albert Frey.
The simple residence was constructed in 1946 as part of a tract of homes commissioned as worker housing and designed by Frey at the tail end of World War II. The houses all feature identical floor plans, but different positions on each lot and unique paint jobs so as not to appear too uniform.
This house has plenty of modern style, with wide windows, tiled bathrooms, and plenty of indoor-outdoor access. The 1,150-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with an airy kitchen with a vintage stove and refrigerator.
The house sits on a 10,000-square-foot lot, with a large driveway, attached garage, grassy backyard, and spa/swimming pool. There’s even an outdoor shower—partially enclosed for privacy.
Asking price is $749,000. Worth noting: The home’s historic credentials qualify its owner for some tax breaks under California’s Mills Act.
Listed by Todd Hays #01852756
This article originally appeard on CurbedLA.com
Modernism Week is the ultimate celebration of Mid-Century Modern architecture, design, art, fashion and culture, featuring 350+ events!
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Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a historic Albert Frey
|Open House Feb 17 & 18th, 12-2pm
1164 North Calle Rolph, Palm Springs
$749,000 // 1164CalleRolph.com
Todd Hays #01852756
Pedigreed Mid-Century Modern in Indian Hills
As featured on CurbedLA
Podley Properties is proud to be the 2017 market share leader for representing both buyers and sellers in the Sierra Madre market. Our associates take pride in knowing and being a part of this wonderful community, and we look forward to continuing to provide exceptional service!
January 31st, 2018
Podley Properties associates and staff celebrated at the Top Producers party at the world-famous Magic Castle in Hollywood. The 2017 Top 10 Producers received their awards from President Crystal Narramore and Chairman Bill Podley. A special congratulations goes to Nick Frias, 2017 Rookie of the Year! In addition to the awards, the evening included fine dining, magic, and a private show in the Palace of Mystery.
Podley Properties’ Top 10 Producers for 2017 earned their awards based on sales volume, commission income and/or number of properties sold. The prestigious designation reflects these highly productive associates’ deep commitment to being the best in the real estate profession.
2017 Top 10 Producers: Regina DaVanzo, Adriana Donofrio, Margaret Garemore, Jeannie Garr Roddy, Todd Hays, Monica Hsu, Rana Madain, Rose Maniscalchi, William Park, Jim Rock, Linda Seyffert, Dhari Thein, Luther Tsinoglou, Nancy Valentine, Troy Wilson
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About the Tournament House
This Italian Renaissance-style mansion was built in 1906 for the Stimson family in Pasadena’s “Millionaire’s Row”. The house was designed and built by architect G. Lawrence Stimson and his father, George W. Stimson. After most of the Stimson children left the nest, the house became too big for the Stimsons and they sold the house to William Wrigley Jr. in 1914.
The mansion was presented to the City of Pasadena in 1958 by the Wrigley family. They gave their home with the understanding that it would become the permanent headquarters for the Tournament of Roses®. That is why is is known today as the Tournament House.
The Tournament of Roses Association produces the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl game each New Year in Pasadena. The Rose Parade was conceived by the Valley Hunt Club in 1890. It served as a mid-winter festival where they would invite their neighbors who moved from the East Coast. Five years later, after the Rose Parade grew too large for the Valley Hunt Club, the Tournament of Roses Association was formed. Today, 935 Volunteers make up the Tournament of Roses, they are affectionately referred to as “White Suiters” because of the distinctive white uniform every volunteer wears.
The text for this article originally appeared on visitpasadena.com
2018 LeadingRE® Annual Conference
January 31st-February 2nd, 2018
Rob Weise, Director of Relocation Services, and Meredith McKenzie, Podley Realtor®, joined Realtors from across the globe at this year’s LeadingRE® Annual Conference. Along with valuable sessions providing updated information for 2018, the conference was a fabulous venue for the relocation directors to connect in person.
It was also a great venue for agents to network and attend sessions specifically tailored to sales associates. Meredith attended many of those sessions, taking away the following valuable information:
- As members, Podley Properties agents have access to member organizations in all 50 states and in 70 countries. This makes it the largest luxury relocation referral organization in the world.
- 56% of all referrals actually close, making LeadingRE the most productive referral network of all. When you send out a qualified referral through the LeadingRE network, you have a 50/50 chance of receiving a referral check. That’s better odds than Las Vegas!
- LeadingRE operates one of the largest online real estate training “classrooms” in the business world. They are ranked in the Top 3 of Best Online Training Sites in America by Training Magazine.