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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.
  When a Buyer makes an offer on a home in Los Angeles they will be filling out a contract called the “CaliforniaResidential Purchase Agreement and Joint Escrow Instructions”. This contract and any counter offers or amendments associated with it will govern the transaction through escrow to its c...
The Los Angeles real estate market is still one of low inventory. What does thismean? This means that when a property comes on the market at a reasonable price there is a frenzy of bidding activity, i.e. multiple offers. So how does a buyer react in this kind of situation? Many would-be buyers h...
Over the past few days I have received several calls from people who were suspicious about rental properties they were investigating. They approach me because when they Google the address of many properties it often brings them to my website through the IDX which is a feed from the Multiple List...
When you have found the home you love, your real estate agent will help you decide how to structure your offer in a way that it will be accepted. Here are some points to consider: The amount of earnest money. This is usually 3% of the purchase price. The down payment and financing details. Puttin...
Hopefully you will have your own agent representing you in the purchase, but if you are using the listing agent, who is working for the seller, make a point of asking him or her to keep your discussions and information confidential. Your real estate agent will advise you on the right offer to mak...
The overall way that lenders decide how much loan you qualify for, and that  is by considering your debt-to-income ratio. This is a comparison of your gross (pre-tax) income to housing and other expenses. Other expenses include such long-term debts as car or student loan payments, alimony, or chi...
This market report will concentrate on Los Angeles home sales by selected zip codes. If there are other areas you would like information on, please don’t hesitate to ask. Single Family Zip Code Sold +/- Median Price % +/- 2013 For Sale Median Price 90007, 90012, 9001390014, 90015, 9001790021, 900...
Let’s take a look how Los Angeles real estate did in 2014 and compare it to the previous year. The communities below exclude the cities of Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, West Hollywood, and Culver City, and the communities of Westwood, Brentwood and Century City which are covered separately, as is ...
Before You Start Your Home Search Determine Your Needs February 2, 2015 By Jane Peters Leave a Comment (Edit) May home buyers start looking at homes before really understanding their needs. Making a list of what you can live with and without is going to make the search process much easier. Some t...
Culver City is one of the up-and-coming areas of Los Angeles. Culver City is one of the more sought-after neighborhoods due to its place on the Expo line which runs from Downtown Los Angeles, to be continued to Santa Monica, and the gentrification of its downtown area with boutiques, galleries an...

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