Posts Tagged ‘alison clay-duboff’

South Bay Magazine | 1922 Redondo Beach Craftsman

The renovation of an original beach bungalow yields flair and confidence in this 1922 Redondo Beach Craftsman. Written by Suzanna Cullen Hamilton Photographed by Shane O’Donnell Authenticity is often aspired but rarely achieved. For South Bay real estate agent Alison Clay-Duboff and her husband, Ken, the renovation of their 1922 Craftsman is as genuine and […]

South Bay Magazine | Alison Clay-Duboff, Real Estate Insider

Realtor Alison Clay-Duboff, owner of Salty Water Properties, Inc., represents buyers and sellers across Los Angeles. She is in the top 10% of RE/MAX Estate Properties agents and has worked in the industry for almost 10 years. Alison is a graduate of George Washington University and the American University of Paris, France. Read more here

Saving Manhattan Beach’s Historical Heritage

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Manhattan Beach has a 102-year architectural history and some of the cutest pre-WWII beach cottages in California. However, recently, with real estate being so in-demand here, many of these quaint and beautiful bungalows are being torn down in favor of towering 5,000 square foot mansions. Many of my clients want to live in Manhattan Beach […]

Buying Beats Renting, Big Time

Of course you know that buying a property is a better investment than paying rent to a landlord. But did you know how much of a better deal renting is? Apparently, if you own a home for only two years, you have already made a better financial decision than someone who rents. According to zillow.com breakeven […]

Get To Know Me Better!

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I just put together this video introduction so you can get to know me, Alison Clay-Duboff, a bit better and find out what kind of real estate agent, and person, I really am. This video is now on my home page of my website as well, but I wanted to share it with you here […]

Southbay Magazine

400 S. Sepulveda in Manhattan Beach 310-200-3037   Top-producing Realtor® Alison Clay-Duboff grew up on the Westside and graduated from Beverly Hills High School. She then studied for two years at the American College in Paris, where she got her start in global real estate by assisting foreign nationals with their housing requirements. A South […]