In Memoriam

September 22, 2015 by 5dspectrum / Posted in Information.


David Simpson Mason David was born in Torrance, California on October 31, 1929 and resided with his parents in Wilmington until 1936 when they moved to the Silver Lake district of Los Angeles. David attended John Marshall High School where he lettered in track and basketball and participated in Drama and Chef’s Class. He graduated …

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Brad Thompson, President of SCCAI

May 4, 2017 by Nancy Tomlinson / Posted in Uncategorized.

Bradford Thompson is the newly installed 85th President of the Southern California Chapter of the Appraisal Institute. As a partner at Mason & Mason, Brad represents the fifth president serving the appraisal profession in the firm’s history that dates back 91 years, continuing a long-standing tradition of service. One of the first presidents of the …

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Hon. James A. Steele commends Brad Thompson, MAI

October 19, 2016 by Nancy Tomlinson / Posted in Uncategorized, What's New in the Industry?.

After a successful resolution to a complicated matter, Honorable James A. Steele acknowledged Brad Thompson’s expert experience in a thank you letter. Hon. James A. Steele, wrote,  Thanks so much for your help in resolving this case the other day. Having you present to help me understand the issues was extraordinarily helpful to me in my efforts …

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49th Annual Litigation Seminar

October 12, 2016 by Nancy Tomlinson / Posted in Information.

Brad Thompson will Co-Chair the 49th Annual Litigation Seminar on November 4, 2016. Sponsored in part by Mason & Mason.   Please follow this link for more information or cut and paste into your browser.

Mason & Mason® Celebrates 90 Years in Business

October 11, 2016 by Nancy Tomlinson / Posted in Information.

The year, 1926 in a quiet suburb of Los Angeles, Mason & Mason Real Estate Appraisers and Consultants first opened its doors for business. Then, it was Thomas Mason as a sole proprietor starting out in the world of commercial appraisal. A typewriter, carbon paper and very light weight “onion skin” paper were used to …

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Brad Thompson quoted in The San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Real Estate Section- 3/17/16

March 18, 2016 by Nancy Tomlinson / Posted in Information.

What real estate experts have to say about Arcadia home size restrictions and property values ARCADIA >> As “mansionization” continues to take center stage in Arcadia, a group opposed to new home building restrictions has been attacking the proposal by claiming they would have a negative impact on local property values. But those figures being …

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