Keller Williams Realty and The Sunset Team Step Up to Bring Relief to Hurricane Harvey Victims

In what should have been 4 days of education, networking and business events at the annual four-day event known as “Mega Camp” – Alex Lombardo (owner of The Sunset Team) – rolled up his sleeves instead, volunteering alongside more than 3,300 fellow Keller Williams’ associates and family members to work on relief projects in stricken areas of central Texas.  Agents came from all over the country and overseas to join forces with the Austin Disaster Relief Network, Central Texas Food Bank, the Salvation Army and other organizations, cleaning flooded homes, volunteering with nonprofits, and working with the city of Austin and local businesses to gather supplies and raise money.  Suddenly “Mega Camp” was “Mega Relief“.

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Lombardo remarked, “It has been amazing to see the amount of teamwork and selfless efforts this week. I have always been proud to be a part of the Keller Williams family – but seeing the massive outpouring of compassion and hard work to help others in need has been nothing short of humbling.”

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Alex Lombardo has been a real-estate professional for nearly twenty years, and is the founder/owner of The Sunset Team. His philosophy of service, which permeates throughout The Sunset Team, makes us all proud to be a part of this special group!

Studio Gang unveils it’s first LA project

Good morning everyone! Happy Friday and I hope you all had a wonderful week! Take a look at this article by Curbed, discussing Studi Gang’s unveiling of it’s first LA project: a wavy, 26-foot tower in Chinatown: Click here to read more! The slim, curving tower “would hold 300 apartments, 149 hotel rooms, shops, and … Continued

26 Things to Do in LA

I hope everyone had a great week this week! As spring comes into full bloom, check out this awesome article/pocket guide on 26 things to do in LA by Curbed: https://la.curbed.com/maps/things-to-do-los-angeles-getty “Welcome to Curbed LA’s pocket guide, a map of 26 essential things to do in Los Angeles, curated by our editors. We update this … Continued

Finding architectural solutions to LA’s homelessness crisis

“For close to 100 years, Los Angeles has been a haven of architectural innovation and ingenuity. For even longer, it’s been home to countless residents living without a roof over their heads on a given night. With homelessness in the city reaching epidemic levels, it’s fair to ask whether the many creative architects and builders … Continued

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