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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.
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Culver City is one of the up-and-coming areas of Los Angeles. It is one of the more sought-after neighborhoods due to its place on the Expo line which runs from Downtown Los Angeles, with the extension to Santa Monica in full force, and the gentrification of its downtown area with boutiques, gall...
07/23/2014
How is the Century City condo market doing? Let's take a look. Together with the Wilshire Corridor, Century City has one of the few concentrated collections of full-service high-rise communities and, unlike the Corridor, gated ones, with grounds in which to walk.  The comparison is between th...
07/19/2014
How is the Brentwood Los Angeles real estate market doing? Let's take a look at how the second quarter 2014 compares with the first. Brentwood single family home sales Sold +/- Median +/- Active Median Pending 68 +35 $2,730,000 +7.91% 68 $3,545,000 37 Brentwood condo sales Sold +/- Median +/-...
07/11/2014
Let's see how the Beverly Hills real estate market is doing so far this year and compare it to the same period in 2013. Since the demographics of Beverly Hills vary the stats are broken down by zip code. 90210 Sold +/- Median +/- Active Median Pending 53 +5 $6,500,000 +14.29% 49 $9,380,000 11...
07/08/2014
Below is the market activity for Wilshire Corridor condos for the 2nd Quarter of 2014. Let's see how sales are going.     The +/- stats are compared to the 1st Quarter of 2014. Building Sold +/ Price/ Median Price Avg. Price Per Sq. Ft.++ Total Active Price/ Median Price Pending Beverly West*...
07/02/2014
I often get calls from people looking to rent a home in Los Angeles, especially on the Wilshire Corridor. They start the conversation with "I saw a listing for an apartment at......" The majority of buildings on the Wilshire Corridor are not apartment buildings, they are condominiums. S...
06/27/2014
Just because the Los Angeles real estate market is low in inventory does not mean that you can go ahead and overprice your home. Here are some examples of why: For single family homes, in an area which covers Westwood and West Los Angeles: There were 73 sales over the past six months, 11 of which...
06/21/2014
You are thinking about buying a home in Los Angeles but are wondering how your monthly payments would change compared with what you are paying now for a rental. Of course your first step will be to talk to a lender who will give you a more accurate estimate and determine the amount of property yo...
06/18/2014
If you are buying a home in Los Angeles and have been in the market for a while, you may not have this question on your mind. You may be giving it everything you've got to finally be able to call somewhere home. However it is human nature to try and get a "deal". No one wants to ove...
06/13/2014
Finding a good rental property in Los Angeles is difficult at the best of times. Inventory, although improving, is still low, rents are rising, and the good homes lease quickly. Some of the following itemsto are going to make finding a good lease more difficult: Bad credit or no credit. The first...
06/09/2014
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