Meet the Huddy's

 
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It all started when...

Alison and Jason met in a karaoke bar in Hollywood 16 years ago. Bonding over their mutual love of each other, they decided to make a go of it. They’ve been together ever since, navigating Los Angeles and all of it's eccentricities.

Today, they provide their clients exceptional, Yelp worthy service and are proud of the fact that most of their business is from referrals.

They love the details that make a house a home; the built in cubby holes for long gone family trinkets, scuffed hardwood floors that tell the stories of past inhabitants, the overall architecture of the Eastside and all it holds. Most of all, they love working with fabulous clients. Their love shows in the fact that they consistently place in the top tier of their office at Sotheby’s, Los Feliz, and have been awarded numerous accolades for their volume of production.

Born and raised in Pasadena to a Chinese mom and a Kiwi dad, Alison grew up above the Rose Bowl, spending most of her time luring neighbours pets close enough for her to pet. She eventually graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in political science. While dreaming of saving the world one dog at a time, she accidentally discovered real estate and the rest was history. She was awarded

“Rookie of the Year” during her first year as a realtor, and hasn't looked back since.

Hailing from Williamsport, PA, Jason was a cool customer who knew in his gut that he was, one day, going to marry up (he did). After graduating from Ithaca College with a degree in Film and Television, he worked his way from a PA to TV Editor, spending over a decade in post production. Deciding that he liked the sun and seeing his family too much, he knew he needed a change. Reflecting on his fascination with history and Los Angeles in particular, he decided to join his wife in the family business, and it was a perfect fit.

After living a very law abiding and boring life through their 20s and 30s, they now own a home in Highland Park with their daughter, Jolene, and their two old-timer dogs, Harlan and Wyatt. When they’re not working, you can find them at a karaoke bar, battling it out for their Fantasy Football title, figuring out what to eat, or at home asleep on the sofa.

 
 

Alison Huddy

818-383-1003 

alisonhuddy@gmail.com

Alison CalBRE: 01888197

 

Jason Huddy

323-632-4760

thejasonhuddy@gmail.com

Jason CalBRE: 01959543

Word on the street

Below is a selection of our favorite reviews from some of our wonderful clients. 

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jane t. 

I can't recommend Alison and Jason enough. They will guide you, champion you, look out for you and make it happen. We moved in this weekend to our first home and it's all thanks to these guys.

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brett f. 

They walked me through every step of the process, from talking about what I was looking for in a house and initial bids that went very quickly all the way through setting up inspections and going back and forth with the seller to reach the best possible deal for me.
I also had a ton of questions come up during every step and they were always helpful and patient.
In the end, their vast experience with the LA house market got me my first house on a tight schedule and for a great deal! 
If you are looking for a house in LA, I cannot recommend the Huddy's more highly!

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wendy r.

Open communication, deep knowledge of the market, strategic, and effective negotiation are all reasons why they're so good at what they do. Patience and guidance are why they are so good with first time home buyers like us. (Well, we're pros now, thanks to A+J Huddy!)

 

Press

 
 
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1908 Craftsman in Angelino Heights Asking $699,000

Cute house, cute green tub, cute street, but goodness gracious, that's an awful lot of awfully white paint! 

 
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Hillside house in El Sereno remains rooted in the 1950s

This Midcentury post-and-beam single-story in El Sereno retains many details in keeping with its 1951 vintage. 

 

Midcentury post and beam in El Sereno seeks $499K

A 1951 house with large windows and beamed ceilings.