Bob McCormick of the “Money 101” radio show recently asked Phil Immel of Prudential California Realty and Leslie Appleton-Young to share their insights about the California real estate market, in a live two hour segment that aired on KNX 1070 AM and KFWB 980 AM.
Phil Immel is a 36-year industry veteran who has been locally and nationally recognized as the “Real Estate Guru.” Leslie Appleton-Young is the vice president and chief economist at the California Association of Realtors.
The segment was taped in the CBS radio studio and featured a question and answer session, as listeners called in for advice about the best possible course of action based on their individual circumstances and goals. As a result of the popularity of the show, a number of clips were periodically rebroadcasted in markets across Southern California.
Immel has been a monthly guest and contributor on the show for the past three years. He coined and trademarked the “Real Estate Guru” name seven years ago to showcase his passion for providing consumers with objective guidance and proven strategies for achieving success in real estate.
“My goal has always been to provide my clients with straight talk about the best way to buy and sell real estate,” says Immel, who earned a Real Estate degree from SDSU. “This is not about fluff or a sales pitch. It’s reality real estate, not necessarily what people want to know but what they need to know.”
Immel maintains offices at Prudential Ritz Cove and Prudential Beverly Hills, as a facet of his mission to offer highly efficient and responsive client service. A licensed broker since the age of 19 and a director of Prudential’s Luxury Division, his no-nonsense approach to real estate has earned him numerous sales awards and an impeccable reputation.