Teena Apeles

writer, editor, author, and publisher

Editor of “Dear Seller: Real Estate Love Letters from Los Angeles”and co-editor of “We Heart P-22: A Coloring and Activity Book Celebrating L.A.’s Most Famous Mountain Lion”

 

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How far will you go to land your dream house, when you are in competition with many other buyers and some can plunk down a massive deposit or pay in all cash?

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