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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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2011 

If you are considering buying or selling a Century City condo,  then it is time to check out the market so far this year. Let’s see what has been going on. Condo Building Sold Low Average High Avg DOM % Sold vs List Price Active Avg DOM The Century*, 1 Century Drive 10 $2,300,000 $3,685,000 $5,30...
10/29/2011
As usual, Melissa does a great job of keeping us up-to-date on new and existing programs.  In this case the HARP Refinance Program which, hopefully, will help some more people underwater and desperate to keep their homes.The HARP (Home Affordable Refiance Program) will be modified soon, governmen...
10/26/2011
We are coming towards the end of 2011 so it is a good time to check in on Beverly Hills home sales to date this year.   Single Family Homes   Sold Low High DOM Active Absorption Under $ 1 Million 5 $800,000 $995,000 64 0 - $1 to $2 Million 37 $1,016,000 $2,000000 75 11 2.9 $2 to $5 Million 50 $2...
10/25/2011
I often get calls from people wanting to rent on the Wilshire Corridor.  Unfortunately, they don’t realize how much it, in fact costs to rent there. There are apartments available but when you think of the Wilshire Corridor you are basically thinking of the condo buildings where the units are pr...
10/24/2011
It has been a while since we have looked at what is for sale on the Wilshire Corridor.  Let's see how sales are going so far this year.  Condo Building Sold Median Price Active Median Price Absorption Beverly West * 0   7 $5,304,450 N/A Blair House  2 $1,254,500 2 $2,025,000 10 Crown Towers 3 $4...
10/23/2011
Los Angeles has long lost its reputation as a cultural desert.  It is taking its place with other Californian cities from San Diego to Santa Barbara to host the Pacific Standard Time Art Show 2011. Close to 170 exhibitions in 130 museums will make it the area’s largest cultural event ever.  Funde...
10/20/2011
This is a brilliantly written post by Gene reminding us what the real reason for buying a home is, or should be.  A reason that has gotten lost in the roller coaster that is now the real estate market.              Last week on Forbes.com, they ran an article written by a financial planner, John ...
10/19/2011
Melissa wrote an excellent post about the one area where cash buyers may not always steal the property away from a conventional buyer.  The short sale.  Now and again, I come across interesting real estate articles that reflect on the phrase, “Cash is king.” Of late, I’ve seen a few articles that...
10/16/2011
When buying a Los Angeles home be prepared to put on your negotiating hat. When you are caught up in the emotion of buying a home you may forget that there is another side to the process, the Seller.  Generally each side is trying to get the best deal for his or herself and is not always consider...
10/16/2011
Beverly West  on the Wilshire Corridor,  is finally ready for occupancy.  And what a spectatular property it is.  No expense would seem to have been spared in the finished.  African wood wall panels and some unique art decorate the lobby of the building with its welcoming fireplace. With approxi...
10/13/2011
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