We Love The Conejo Valley

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About The Latest In Conejo

I love the Conejo Valley so I’m always excited to be involved in helping make the community what it is through my work in local real estate. I don’t stop there though. Sure, buying and selling is my “day job,” but I definitely don’t lock myself in when I’m not hosting open houses or handing over keys.

As a Conejo Valley insider, here are a few things I think you should know about our amazing community. From the best neighborhoods to our most impressive schools to the trending places to be, I’ve compiled a list of local places that are worth checking out!

In addition, I’ll be regularly updating our blog to keep you informed on the latest happenings in the area so you don’t miss any exciting events! Stay tuned. You’ll find the freshest, hottest info here.



Conejo Oaks

North Ranch

Westlake Hills


Old Meadows

Lake Sherwood





Latest Community News

March 14, 2017

8th Annual Leprechaun’s Lucky Gold Hunt

February 7, 2017 in Archive, Community

30th Annual Springs Arts & Crafts Festival

The 30th Annual Springs Arts and Crafts Festival is coming soon! Do you have it marked on your calendar yet? When? March 4-5, 2017 Where? Borchard Community Center 190 Reino…

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September 6, 2016 in Archive, Community

The Connection Between Good Schools and Housing

Homeowners in zip codes with good schools have gained $51,000 more in home value than homeowners in zip codes without good schools.  The ATTOM Data Solutions released its 2016 schools…

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August 1, 2016 in Archive, Community, General Articles, House Info

The Housing Gender Gap

Gender gaps go further than employment; a study found that the housing market is also one that experiences a patriarchal effect. An analysis that covered more than 2.1 million single-family…

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July 11, 2016 in Community, General Articles, House Info

65 Percent of Zip Codes With Good Schools Are Not Affordable!

The gap between the upper and middle classes widens as a study finds that nearly two-thirds of all schools are not available for children of middle-class homes. Out of 1,823…

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