This month, student representatives from the San Fernando Institute of Applied Media Middle School will be taking a trip to see our nation's capitol. On the 27th, these students will be making their way to Washington D.C. and New York City to get some physical perspective on the historical locations they have learned about in history classes. While a trip like this requires a lot of financial backing, in San Fernando it is unanimously understood how pivotal this experience co
On Thursday, February 8th 2018, the San Fernando Chapter of NAHREP held its annual installation gala at Placio Torres in Sylmar, CA. The vast banquet hall was draped in elegance for the evening, as black and white linens covered the tables, and San Fernando's best dressers covered the dance floor. The live mariachi band and 30 ft buffet table helped create an exceptional evening, but the biggest highlight of the event was the passing of the presidential torch. Gerardo "Jerry"
On Sunday, the Super Bowl became a story of under-dogs (Eagles, Tide) finding a way to win. For Global Premier Properties, the day marked the beginning of a new emphasis on client relations. Global Premier is starting a new campaign of fun and informative social media videos, and the first of many was created in honor of Super Bowl Sunday. The video, titled "Broker's Bowl," was created as a comedic play on the big game itself. It focussed on presenting the company's general a
The new federal tax plan has experts eager to predict the fate of the San Fernando Valley economy. Most believe that all signs are pointing to a future of growth. California financial forecasters are anticipating job availability will continue to increase by the thousands through 2019. While these projections are based on economic behavior from the last three years, there is one piece of evidence that blatantly proves the potential: The real estate industry has never been bet