Stephen Shapiro

Chairman, Westside Estate Agency

Chairman, Westside Estate Agency

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Can the TOMS Shoes model of buy a pair, gift one to a shoeless person, be applied to houses?

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Can the TOMS Shoes model of buy a pair, gift one to a shoeless person, be applied to houses?

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Scott Gillen takes pride in his New Castle in Malibu. Photo by Frances Anderton.   In the very time that residential space in L.A.

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