What’s for Sale? With A View – Big Sur
Episode 206, “Big Sur” features a couple that lives in Los Angeles and New York City is seeking a getaway from their busy lives as a technology CEO at a startup, and she is a busy fashion model and stylist. As they are expecting their first child, their taste in homes is changing.
“Any day we get to share the combination of magnificent beauty and unique properties of our area with prospective homebuyers is a treat,” commented Mark Peterson, Realtor. “All of these properties and the views featured will be inspiring and aspirational for television viewers and the homes’ future owners. It is exciting to be part of a show that highlights how spectacular and rich in natural splendor our corner of the globe is.”
The reality-based series is in its second season and brings prospective homebuyers to three properties with amazing views. After seeing the homes and weighing the pros and cons of each location, the couple ultimately makes their decision based on what suits their lifestyle best.See the Episode
What’s for Sale? With A View – Carmel Valley
Episode 208, “Canyon Views” showcases properties in Carmel Valley. A creative couple is merging their two families and needs an inspirational property with more space to raise their new blended family.
The show captures the awe-inspiring beauty throughout Carmel Valley. Other episodes feature well-known views such as those of Central Park and the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City, The Hamptons on Long Island, The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and Big Sur.See the Episode
IN THE NEWS
California Association of Realtor’s Rising Star Awards
June / July 2017
Mark Peterson, from the Monterey Peninsula, is another 2016 winner. He worked in public relations and marketing, consulting with 40-plus global companies ranging from start-up to industry stalwarts like Microsoft, Seagate, and Micron. Eventually, he transitioned to working in real estate. “Mark has an innate ability to calm a conflict and think creatively to solve the problems that inevitably come up in transactions,” said his broker, Rita J. Lewis. She added that Peterson “approaches real estate more than just business and conducts himself as an ambassador to our community.”See the Entire Article
August 12, 2015
Carmel Realty held a party at La Playa Hotel on Tuesday, sponsored the exclusive McCall Motorworks Revival at the Monterey Jet Center on Wednesday, and is hosting a VIP event Thursday night “that highlights the luxury lifestyle of the Monterey Peninsula.”
Mark Peterson, a real estate agent, said they had people coming into their office weeks before the events started.
He said frequent visitors may rent a home, one month at a time, for years to attend Classic Car Week before eventually deciding to put down an offer. This week’s above average temperatures can’t hurt either.
“When you have weather like this, how can you not love the area?” Peterson said. “When they see it like this, it is spectacular.”
The actual sale of homes might be more likely in the month to follow than during the events, despite the eagerness of sellers.
“They really hope, not that they expect, that they are going to get their buyer this week,” Peterson said.See the Entire Article