The safety of our residential streets should be a given, but this can be a lofty assumption in a mega city like Los Angeles. When you invest in your home through me, I want to make sure you have the tools to bring that extra level of security to your neighborhood. That’s why I’m so happy to introduce the Slow and Safe initiative; a new program from JohnHart Real Estate that provides you with your very own complimentary yard sign that reminds passing motorists to keep the safety of your children, your pets, your neighbors, and yourself in mind when passing through. This sign can easily and tastefully be displayed on your lawn to give you extra peace of mind.
Want me to send you your very own traffic safety lawn sign? Take a few seconds to fill out the online form above, and I’ll get your sign out to you. Who says safety can’t be simple? I look forward to working with you to make your streets safer for everyone to enjoy!
*Data provided is for the county of Los Angeles from the years 2012 to 2016.
For Brandon Ceglia, a career in real estate wasn’t just destiny; it was in his blood. Coming from a family of real estate investors and builders, he basically grew up in the industry. Keeping his focus on real estate from a young age gave him a definite edge, handily obtaining his real estate license at age 20 while balancing course work at Santa Monica College. He immediately immersed himself in practicing every aspect of real estate, from construction and permits to the actual transaction itself. If there’s a facet of real estate Brandon doesn’t love, he’s yet to find it.
When you work with Brandon, you can expect an honest, straightforward deal with no fluff. He doesn’t beat around the bush, but rather gives you every detail of his strategy. Growing up in Tarzana and Calabasas, he knows this market. He combines his lifelong experience, expertise, and bold honesty to bring untouchable service to neighborhoods in Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Tarzana, Woodland Hills, Westlake, and Malibu.
When he’s not closing transactions, you’re likely to find Brandon out enjoying the city he loves, whether mountain and road biking in the Santa Monica Mountains or catching a Dodgers game. He also loves getting away to Cabo with his family.