Mesa North Garage Sale 2010

The Mesa North Garage Sale will take place in the Costa Mesa neighborhood of Mesa North this Saturday, October 23, 2010. The event takes place from 8am-2pm. Torelli Realty agent Garrett Snyder will be sponsoring the garage sale. In addition to setting up all the signs and providing advertising for the event, Garrett will also be delivering donuts to all the garage sale participants.

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Garage Sales Present an Opportunity

We like helping the community out with garage sales. Why? For the people who live in the homes it is an opportunity to clear out the clutter. For the shoppers it is a chance to find a treasure. And for society it is a chance to reuse objects rather than throw them away.

Want to know where Mesa North is? Find out more about this Costa Mesa neighborhood HERE.

Tell us what Costa Mesa neighborhood you would like to have a garage sale in?

About Torelli Realty: Torelli Realty is proud to represent Costa Mesa real estate. We’ve been meeting the needs of Costa Mesa home buyers & sellers since 1984. Torelli Realty deals with Costa Mesa homes, Costa Mesa apartments, Costa Mesa rentals, Costa Mesa property management, and offers home improvement and home staging tips to help your home’s value throughout Costa Mesa and in Mesa Verde. We also have an expert on staff, Holly Schwartz, who came to us as a producer from Home and Garden Television (HGTV) and extensively studied the most effective home staging techniques, as well as home values and markets locally and nationally. Torelli Realty is also an expert in Costa Mesa short sales and Orange County short sales. Feel free to contact Torelli Realty for a consultation and for all your real estate needs.

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One response to “Mesa North Garage Sale 2010

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    schultzy @ http://romeorealty.com/

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