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, to be continued to Santa Monica, and the gentrification of its downtown area with boutiques, galleries and restaurants.
How did Culver City real estate fare for the 1st Quarter of 2014 compared with the same … Continue Reading …
How is the Brentwood, Los Angeles real estate market doing? Let's see how the first quarter of 2014 compares to the same period last year. How is inventory affecting sales?
Brentwood single family home sales
Brentwood condo sales … Continue Reading …
It's time to take a look at the Beverly Hills real estate market. Let's see how the first quarter of 2014 compares to the same period last year.
Beverly Hills home sales
Beverly Hills condo sales
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If you are buying a condo in Century City, you will want to see how the market is doing lately.
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.
Let's see how the first quarter of 2014 compares to the same period in … Continue Reading …
Let's see how the Santa Monica real estate market is doing with the shortage of inventory. How does the first quarter of 2014 compare to the same period in 2013? Santa Monica zip codes differ in pricing and demographics from each other and will be reported separately.
The percentage difference is over the same period in 2014.
Santa Monica single family
90401 - this is primarily a … Continue Reading …
Another quarter has flown by so let's see how Wilshire Corridor condo sales are doing. Have they slowed down like the rest of the Los Angeles market?
The +/- stats are compared to the First Quarter of 2013.
Per Sq. Ft.++
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Many prospective home buyers or renters who are moving to Los Angeles, either for work or to be closer to their family, don't have a realistic idea of the cost of housing in our fair city.
I will often receive emails asking me to help find homes to rent under $2,000 or to buy under $300,000. Take a look at where you would need to start at a minimum, and I do mean minimum.
Single family homes … Continue Reading …
If you're presently in a house hunt, or even just dabbling with the idea of buying a home, you've probably done some research and run across multiple articles regarding the current Mortgage Process ... and its challenges ...
You've probably also heard that you'll be asked to submit plenty of documentation regarding your finances (savings, credit/debt), employment, down payment ability, and more … Continue Reading …
There are occasions when buying a home for your kid in Los Angeles may make sense.
You have a child who will be attending college in Los Angeles and will be looking for at least four years of rental accommodation. They may be happy sharing with other students in which case the cost of renting could be reasonable depending on what kind of place they find and where it is located. However, the … Continue Reading …