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Nook is the new, better way to buy and sell homes in California

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Some of the California communities we love - and you will, too.

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Mad for Mid-Century? Love lofts? Craving a Craftsman? Nook Real Estate lets you search for homes for sale by your favorite architectural style, by combining its proprietary (patent pending) code and real-life curators.

Meet Our Team

Nook Real Estate’s expert agents know California better than anyone. In fact, Nook’s agents are renowned for their specialization in particular architectural styles and neighborhoods in the region.

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Derek May

VP of Marketing

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Katie Hughes

Coastal Orange County Expert

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David Hernandez

DTLA & DTLB Urban Expert

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Tracy Marriner

Curator

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Todd Bousman

Coastal Modern Expert

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Heather Proud

Coastal Orange County Expert

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Elias Tebache

LA Mid-Century Modern Expert

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Breanna LePante

Specializing in East Side Costa Mesa

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Dean Valeriano

Advisor

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Allison Panetta

Coastal Orange County Expert

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John Parenti

Broker/CFO

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Darren McLellan

Advisor

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Sarah Scheper

Los Angeles Luxury Expert

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John Lee

San Francisco/Bay Area Expert

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Tracy McLellan

Curator

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Brooke Wagner

Curator

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Danijela Ripley

San Diego Expert

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Greg Hendrickson

Tustin Expert

From Our Blog

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Fast Facts about Famous Mid-Century Modern Architect, Joseph Eichler

Written by Cindy Marie Jenkins on Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 at 11:31am.

Eichler lived in a Frank Lloyd Wright home, the story goes, and thus his lifelong journey to mid century modernism began. Combining the feeling of indoor and outdoor spaces into his design, Eichlers brought a more airy option to the growing suburban middle class. It is estimated that around 11,000 homes in the Los Angeles and San Francisco region are true Eichlers. Built with materials readily available to everyone post-war, buying an Eichler home could really be seen as an embodiment of the American Dream. With the exposed posts and beams, floor to ceiling windows and skylights, an Eichler means open areas, not boxy rooms, and the spirit of letting the outside into your home. The architectural style of an Eichler home must have felt like a dream compared to the cookie cutter houses th...

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