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A Los Angeles Realtor® specializing in absentee owners and out-of-town buyers. If you are not local to Los Angeles, or near the property in question, you need someone to act as your right hand throughout the process. That is where I come in. Just sit back and relax! You are in very capable hands.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
How did the Santa Monica real estate market do over the 3rd Quarter of 2014. Did we see more inventory come on the market? How is the median price now? Let's take a look. The percentage difference is over the previous Quarter.  Santa Monica single family 90401 - this is primarily a business distr...
10/20/2014
How is the Brentwood Los Angeles real estate market doing? Let’s compare with the previous Quarter.                           Brentwood single family home sales Sold +/- Median +/- % Active Median Pending 64 -4 $2,525,000 -7.51 69 $3,398,000 33 Brentwood condo sales Sold +/- Median +/- % Active M...
10/13/2014
The Wilshire Corridor is a unique market. The average price of a condo is $1.1 Million and the turnover at that price is not large, as you can imagine. Let's see how the market performed over the last Quarter: Building Sold +/ Price/ Median Price Avg. Price Per Sq. Ft.++ Total Active Price/ Media...
10/04/2014
The first thing we do when we come across a home is look at the photos and then, if we like what we see, we read the description. That should tell us more about the home and encourage us further to visit it. So why are we sometimes incredibly disappointed when we get to the home? Photos can be to...
10/02/2014
You may not be buying a home in Los Angeles for an investment but having resale value in mind is a natural consideration. Barring any unforeseen calamities if you hold on to your property for at least five years then you should see a nice return. How can you maximize your return? Here are some fa...
09/30/2014
In today's sellers' market buying a home in Los Angeles is a competitive process, and a buyer cannot afford to make any mistakes if they truly want to become a homeowner. Prices are high but mortgage rates are low. Timing the market is difficult so if you are really motivated to find a home here ...
09/19/2014
This post is in response to Rick Snow' s contest - Want to Trade - A Call to Action Contest. When reading about building websites one of the common recommendations is to place calls to action in strategic places. Not too many on one page. Also where you place them is of high importance and experi...
09/17/2014
If you are in the process of buying a home in Los Angeles and come across a listing on my website you are actually looking at a feed from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) provided by the Internet Data Exchange (IDX) to which I am subscribed. I am probably not the listing agent. I often get call...
09/15/2014
If you are thinking of selling your Los Angeles home you are going to be in one of the following situations: Looking to move up or downsize. Changing school districts Moving to a new city In any event, if you are selling your home you are going to have to live somewhere, and if you are buying ano...
09/13/2014
If you are preparing to move to Los Angeles, for a job or other reason, you are probably not going to be buying outright. You will need to find rental accommodation until you settle in. That in itself can be a stressful experience, especially in a tight market with rising rents. So how can you pr...
09/11/2014
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