Luxury Southern California Brokerage, Deasy Penner Podley, Partners with Side to Launch DPP

Deasy Penner Podley has announced its strategic partnership with the real estate industry disrupter Side. To fully leverage Side’s technology, business strategy, training, and marketing, as well as brokerage infrastructural support, Deasy Penner Podley will evolve its brand, embracing the new moniker DPP. “We are doubling down on being independent,” said George Penner, CEO of DPP…. Keep reading

DPP Kicks Off the Fall at Union Station

On the morning of September 9th, Deasy Penner Podley partners and staff members traveled from all across the city of Los Angeles to gather at Union Station for an exciting fall kick-off meeting. The venue of Union Station was carefully selected for its historical as well as symbolic significance, as described by chairman Mike Deasy… Keep reading

DPP at CAR REimagine! 2019

REimagine! is packed with immersive experiences, TED talk style presentations, meetups with like-minded REALTORS® that will shake up how you interact, learn, and play. On Day 2, George Penner and Mike Deasy will discuss “What to Expect When Going Solo.” Have you been dreaming about starting your own independent brokerage? Here’s what you need to… Keep reading

The Price of Modernism

By Michael Aushenker After World War II, the Mid-Century architectural movement known as Modernism thrived in Southern California, where famous practitioners of the school designed houses that interplayed with surrounding nature and defied the cookie-cutter format of suburbia. Many of the most iconic Modernist houses still cling to the hills overlooking the San Fernando Valley…. Keep reading

Photography by Elizabeth Daniels

Celebrate the Los Angeles Conservancy’s 40th Anniversary at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House

The Los Angeles Conservancy is celebrating 40 years of preservation and revitalization of LA’s most significant historic architectural sites. The celebration will take place at none other than the majestic Ennis House, built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1924. Situated high in the hills of Los Feliz, the Ennis house was originally commissioned by retailer… Keep reading