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Friday, July 28th, 2017 

3133 Dublin St., Costa Mesa // 11AM-2PM

535 Charlotte Dr, San Marcos // 11AM-2PM


Saturday, July 29th, 2017

2856 Corvo Pl, Costa Mesa // 1-4PM

9687 Pettswood Dr., Huntington Beach // 1-4PM 

3133 Dublin St., Costa Mesa // 1-4 PM

3063 Johnson Ave, Costa Mesa // 1-4 PM 

2370 Elden Ave #A, Costa Mesa // 1-4 PM

535 Charlotte Dr, San Marcos // 1-4PM


Sunday, July 30th, 2017

 2844 E. Hempstead Rd, Anaheim // 1-4PM 

9687 Pettswood Dr., Huntington Beach // 1-4PM

3133 Dublin St., Costa Mesa // 1-4 PM

3063 Johnson, Costa Mesa// 1-4 PM

535 Charlotte Dr, San Marcos // 1-4PM 

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1 year ago we stepped out of our comfort zones to create The L3 Real Estate.

The mission was to provide an experience unlike we had ever seen in this industry and it is exciting

to have seen it come to life in such a phenomenal way.

We are proud to finally unveil our film we have spent months to create.

The L3 is a family rooted in the culture of the Orange County Lifestyle and this is our concept piece

#TheL3 #Location #Luxury #Lifestyle #WeAreL3 



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L3 Real Estate Orange County, CA Featured Open House for


Saturday- July 8th, 2017

3063 Johnson Ave, Costa Mesa 1-4


Sunday- July 9th, 2017

3063 Johnson Ave, Costa Mesa 1-4

3305 Alabama Circle, Costa Mesa 1-4

225 Wake Forest Road, Costa Mesa 1-4



We are built on a philosophy of Heritage & Hustle L3 is a full service real estate agency with a regional office located in the heart of #CostaMesa offering a wide-array of custom services to meet their clients’ needs with roots in the community since 1976. It’s L3mission to provide trusted, convenient, responsive service to ensure clients enjoy their real estate experience. L3 was originally formed to offer personal, concierge-level service as an alternative to the…

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This year we’re fortunate indeed: the calendar has cooperated with the spirit of the occasion to give Independence Day its proper import. With Newport Beach’s Fourth of July festivities falling on a Tuesday, we avoid the vexing problem that crops up every time July 4 falls on a weekend. Since nobody wants the extra day of picnicking and parading to be confused with the ho-hum regular weekend days off, the powers that be have to arbitrarily reassign July 4 observances to the following Monday (or previous Friday, if the Fourth hits on a Saturday). 

This year, with the Fourth happening on the 4th, all is well. For convenience’s sake, most everybody opts for a four-day long Fourth—so Monday the 3rd gets a star turn due entirely to its lucky proximity to…

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