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Nook is the new, better way to buy and sell your home.

Nook Neighborhoods

Some of the 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 your neighborhood 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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John Parenti

Broker/CFO

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Stacey May

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Danijela Ripley

San Diego Expert

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Tracy Marriner

Curator

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Darren McLellan

Advisor

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Allison Panetta

Coastal Orange County Expert

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Nick Saribalis

Milly Valley Specialist

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Tracy McLellan

Curator

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David Hernandez

DTLA & DTLB Urban Expert

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Todd Bousman

Coastal Modern Expert

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Brooke Wagner

Curator

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Dean Valeriano

Advisor

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Elias Tebache

LA Mid-Century Modern Expert

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Heather Proud

Coastal Orange County Expert

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Derek May

EVP of Marketing

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Breanna LePante

Specializing in East Side Costa Mesa

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Katie Hughes

Coastal Orange County Expert

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John Lee

San Francisco/Bay Area Expert

From Our Blog

Properties. People. Places.

The Jules Verne Inspired BART Transformed How The Bay Area Moves

Written by Cindy Marie Jenkins on Friday, August 18th, 2017 at 10:53am.

The Bay Area Rapid Transit, commonly referred to as BART, was conceived and built not just to handle the post WWII population boom and its resulting cars, but also to make riding public transit as tempting as driving in luxury. To drum up support for the venture, BART displayed train cars at high traffic areas around its target cities in 1965. People could walk around and inside them, getting a taste of the “serene futurism” their design portrayed, a term coined years later by the San Francisco Chronicle Architecture Critic John King. It tooks years of planning, then re-planning when San Mateo County dropped out of the plan, which caused Marin County to reconsider and leave the transit alliance as well. What began as meetings between citizens and civic leaders, initially co...

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