Entertainers Turned Real Estate Investors

dancing-pic-sized

Danny and Shannon met 10 years ago while doing a performance on Dancing with the Stars. At that time, they were in the middle of thriving professional dance careers. Shannon toured with Cher, Pink, Britney, Leona Lewis and Taylor Swift. Danny performed at the Oscars, was a part of Glee and did 15 international commercials.

 

Ready to expand their careers, Danny began True Vision Entertainment in 2008 as a sound proofed rental facility. He worked diligently to acquire contacts and establish the business as a TV, commercial and music video production space. The demand reached a high in January 2016 which allowed him to acquire a larger space, Avenue 17 Studios, it consists of 4 buildings with over 30,000sf of space. The additional studios also needed additional partners and that’s when Shannon joined forces to create an unbreakable team.

 

Since then, it’s been a whirlwind of Production!

 

Netflix, Disney, Mattel, Marvel, Ford, Amazon Original Content, Lego, Little Women LA, American Music Awards, LA Times, America’s Got Talent, Avon, Cartoon Network, Mariah Carey, Discovery Military, Oxygen, Oprah Winfrey Network, Susan G Komen, Warner Brothers, to name a few.

 

True Vision Entertainment and Avenue 17 Studios will continue to expand, looking to acquire more filming locations in 2017. This is a unique opportunity for investors with the ability to own commercial real estate, mixed with the excitement of the Entertainment Industry. New partners are being considered at this time. Working with Cap Equity, the potential for growth has intensified and it feels the best is yet to come.

Former Trojans and Raiders Tailback Lists Party Pad

January 24, 2014, by Neal J. Leitereg, Realtor.com

 

Described as “a professional athlete‘s dream and a rockstar’s playground,” the sleek contemporary was built in 2000 and has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and nearly 4,900 square feet of living space. Featuring an industrial decor, the interior features cool concrete floors, wired surround sound and a number of artistic details.

 

 

 

Read the full article at Realtor.com.

Location, Location, Location

May 2013, by Pamela McKuen, Realtor Magazine

 

 

Cap Equity Realty President & Broker Brian Capossela is featured by the National Association of Realtors in the Broker Standout Column of Realtor Magazine.

 

 

 

 

 

Read the full article at RealtorMag.com.

Cap Equity Realty Listing Chosen for “Home of the Month” of Distinctive Homes

April 1, 2013, Distinctive Homes Magazine

 

Cap Equity Realty’s Mid Century Modern Estate has been chosen to be featured as the “Home of the Month” for Distinctive Homes April, 2013 issue. The property, located at 3608 Crownridge Drive, Sherman Oaks, CA, has been named Mid Century Modern Estate by the company for its noteworthy Neutra inspired, Bernard Zimmerman  mid century modern design.  The home sits on just over 3/4 of an acre with a pool, tennis court, and breathtaking views of the mountains and valley below. The 6,688 square foot, five bed, five and a half bath, modernist style home is listed at a sale price of $2,495,000.

 

 

 

 

 

View the property photos and details at www.MidCenturyModernEstate.com.

 

Selling Homes To The Tech Generation

December 13, 2012, by Faith McGee, RealEstate.com

 

With each new generation comes different communication, marketing, and lifestyle preferences. Defined by their comfort with technology, the Tech Generation views purchasing a home through an entirely new perspective than any other generation before them. Successfully reaching this generation comes down to a strong online presence, mobile accessibility, and a no-nonsense mindset when it comes to financials. Read Cap Equity Realty President & Broker Brian Capossela’s advice on how to win over the Tech Generation.

 

 

Read the article at RealEstate.com

‘Pocket listings’: Real estate’s hidden market

July 23, 2012, By Leah L. Culler,  MSN Real Estate

 

Some homes are bought and sold without ever being officially listed. This word-of-mouth technique – once used mostly by the rich and famous – is gaining popularity among sellers who want to avoid the perils of a down market. But agents warn it might not be the best route.

 

Cap Equity Realty President and Broker Brian Capossela speaks to why some clients prefer off market deals, and how you can find them.

 

 

 

 

 

Read the article at RealEstate.MSN.com

Targeted Marketing: Brokers Reveal Pros and Cons of Niches

July/August Issue, by G.M. Filisko, Real Estate Business Magazine

 

 

Cap Equity Realty President and Broker Brian Capossela is interviewed about his company’s position in a niche market. In the entertainment capital of the world, it makes sense that Capossela built his company on the foundation of the entertainment industry. Read about how he differentiates Cap Equity Realty from other brokerages and generates filming revenue for his property owners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read the full article: Targeted Marketing Brokers Reveal Pros & Cons of Niches

10 Mistakes New Homebuyers Make

May 23, 2012, by Kali Geldis, Credit.com

 

Cap Equity Realty President Brian Capossela comments on mistakes new homebuyers make.

 

 

With mortgage rates continually hitting new lows and many real estate forecasters predicting a housing bottom at the end of the year, many renters are getting the urge to buy.

 

That leaves a housing market full of inexperienced, but interested buyers who need a little more help and guidance in navigating what will be for some the biggest purchase they ever make.

 

Read More at Credit.com

 

Cap Equity Locations Launches “I Shoot LA” Campaign For Professional Photographers

May 16, 2012 – PRESS RELEASE

 

Cap Equity Locations hosted its first ever I Shoot LA event at The Rosslyn Hotel during Artwalk on Thursday May 10, 2012. As an exclusive agent Cap Equity Locations brings together production companies and properties like The Rosslyn Hotel to generate filming revenue for property owners and keep filming in LA. The event, which was the first in a year long series of events for Professional Photographers hosted by the company, gathered over 50 industry professionals including Photographers, Models, and production staff.

 

Read More – I Shoot LA at The Rosslyn Hotel

 

Read about the event from an attendee, Photographer Nichole Alex

 

By Dale Dreher 2012

 

 

1963 Post and Beam in Brentwood Asking $1.495 Million

April 24, 2012, by  Adrian Glick Kudler, CURBED.com

 

We’re not sure who saw this 1963 post and beam in Brentwood and thought “needs more glass block,” but the pretty pristine-looking living room really takes the sting out of that choice. The house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a big deck, an open dining area, a gas-burning brick fireplace, a two-car garage, and a lower level studio with a bathroom and kitchenette. It was on the market for a while in 2010 asking $1.495 million and has now returned with the very same asking price.

 

 

 

Read the article at Curbed.com

Cap Equity Realty Listing Chosen for the Cover of Homes & Land Magazine

March 13, 2012, Homes & Land Magazine

 

Cap Equity Realty’s Hilltop Paradise property has been chosen to be featured on the cover of Homes & Land San Fernando, Conejo and Simi Valleys for the mid-March issue. The property, located at 7177 Walnut Canyon Road, Moorpark, CA, has been named Hilltop Paradise by the company for its breathtaking mountain views and position atop a five-acre, 500-tree avocado orchard in Moorpark, CA. The 4,000 square foot, four bed, three bath, Mediterranean style home is listed at a sale price of $1,499,000.

 

Read More – Cap Equity Realty Listing Chosen for Cover of Homes & Land Magazine