Published by a group of investors with more than 30 years of investing experience, Realty411 is a free print and digital online magazine.
Realty411 was founded in 2007 by Linda Pliagas, who is the Publisher. Linda and her husband Nikolaos K. Pliagas, who is her real estate partner, have owned rental properties in five states.
Education and Experience in Both Industries
Linda Pliagas has studied and worked in both media and real estate for nearly twenty years. Linda holds a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from California State University, Long Beach. She was a recipient of the Bobit Magazine Scholarship for her accomplishment in publishing her first national magazine while still at CSULB in 1993.
She began her realty career 12 years ago as a broker’s assistant to a young broker who became a multimillionaire by age 29 fixing and flipping homes. When they worked together, he was a seminar devotee and took educational training around the nation with some of the greatest masters in the industry. She kept a close ear to his teachings, obtained her real estate license, and began to focus more on the investing side of the real estate industry. Soon, Linda began to help her family, friends and colleagues also invest in rental properties, particularly out of state. Linda has been a licensed real estate agent for over 13 years, although she currently is not an active agent because Realty411, and her collection of publications, is her first priority.
A journalist since the age of 18, Linda Pliagas has also worked and freelanced for numerous national magazines, local newspapers and online news websites.
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In addition to their ventures in real estate and media, the Pliagas family own and operate a shop in beautiful Solvang, Calif., which focuses on the fine art of watchmaking and clockmaking. As owners of HRS Clocks (Horological Restoration Services), the oldest timepiece repair and restoration shop in Santa Barbara County, their business repairs rare antique timepieces in existence. Their shop serves a global clientele of collectors.
Linda Pliagas has been interviewed by the Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Daily Breeze, and has appeared on numerous television and radio interviews. She enjoys attending real estate clubs and events all over the country and networks in person as much as possible. Her personal mission to make a positive difference in media and real estate and to inspire women and economically-challenged people to learn how to invest to create a better future. For media inquiries, please call our hotline:
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