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 Last week Costa Mesa homeowners’ peace of mind would have been strengthened by some words that received wide circulation throughout the financial press. Their author was a gentleman whose opinions are as close to bankable as anyone currently on the scene. If there were such a thing as a Nobel Prize in real estate, this guy would own one—come to think of it, he DOES have a Nobel prize (for economics), but his work largely centers on the U.S. real estate market.

We’re talking about Robert Shiller, the Yale professor who co-invented the Case-Shiller Index. It’s the most economically respected measure of U.S home prices. Costa Mesa homeowners who measure their own financial wherewithal usually consider the market price of their Costa Mesa home as a

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Tom Von Eschen

John Gee

The L3 is proud to introduce its newest team members:  Tom Von Eschen and John Gee! Tom and John are exceptional Realtors and couldn't be more excited to join our growing family.  We are honored to welcome such talent and personality and we look forward to being part of their continued success.

 

 

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Last week Costa Mesa homeowners’ peace of mind would have been strengthened by some words that received wide circulation throughout the financial press. Their author was a gentleman whose opinions are as close to bankable as anyone currently on the scene. If there were such a thing as a Nobel Prize in real estate, this guy would own one—come to think of it, he DOES have a Nobel prize (for economics), but his work largely centers on the U.S. real estate market.

We’re talking about Robert Shiller, the Yale professor who co-invented the Case-Shiller Index. It’s the most economically respected measure of U.S home prices. Costa Mesa homeowners who measure their own financial wherewithal usually consider the market price of their Costa Mesa home as

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