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    My Sharona

    Sharona, immortalized by the famous song "My Sharona,"specializes in her clients needs, whether they're seeking a lease, making a purchase, or selling a home. Her impressive depth of knowledge and wealth of experience have solidified her as one of the most respected real estate professionals in Los Angeles.

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    For over 35 years, Sharona has held a coveted position in the upper echelon of Los Angeles area real estate professionals. She is commended consistently by NRT, the parent company of Sotheby’s International Realty, for being in the top percent of the firm’s agents nationwide.

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    Media Can a hit single from four decades ago still pay the bills? Zachary Crockett f-f-f-finds out.
    Media Actor Fred Savage of “The Wonder Years” fame eked out more than he asked for his Hancock Park home, selling the 1920s Mediterranean for $5 million. That’s $2,000 more than what the property listed for in October, records show.
    Media Notably, ‘My Sharona’ is about a real woman. The eponymous woman is Sharona Alperin
    Media On the 40th anniversary of The Knack's 1979 chart-topper
    Media On August 25, The Knack went to No.1 in the US with “My Sharona.”
    Media Sharona Alperin used to dance at Knack shows before she was banned from them: This is the story of her song
    Media She is one of the rare people who is internationally recognized solely by her first name, yet still maintains the anonymity most A-listers
    Media “Ooh, my little pretty one, my pretty one… When you gonna give me some time, Sharona?” And with that, the birth of the Knack’s 1979 hit, “My Sharona,”
    Media One of the most famous classic rock songs from the late 1970s is The Knack’s “My Sharona.” “My Sharona” was inspired by Sharona Alperin.
    Media It was the No. 1 song in the country for six weeks in 1979, and it certainly left an impression.