Brentwood is a trendy, upscale neighborhood on the Westside of Los Angeles. A mix of apartments and condo buildings to the south and single family the further north you go into the hills. With its high end dining and shopping and high walkscore, Brentwood real estate is in high demand.
So how did the Brentwood, Los Angeles real estate market do in 2014?
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Century City condos have a mix of full service high rise buildings and gated garden complexes with full amenities. Away from the bustle and bustle with easy access to shopping and dining, Century City is a great alternative to the Wilshire Corridor.
Let's see how 2014 activity compares to the previous year.
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You want to buy a home. How do you know if you are ready? Ask yourself these questions:
Do I have a steady source of income (usually a job)?
Have I been employed on a regular basis for the last 2-3 years?
Is my current income steady?
How is my bill payment record. That will be determined by your credit report?
How many long-term debts to I have? Car payments, student loan, etc.
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Let's check in on the Santa Monica real estate market and see how each zip code performed compared to 2013.
90401 - this is primarily a business district so you will see little or no activity here, and the median price bears no weight.
90402 - which includes … Continue Reading …
One can get very comfortable in a rental situation, but there is no comparison between owning your own home and renting.
There are a couple of advantages to renting: one is being generally free of most maintenance responsibilities, and the other is not having to worry about making your mortgage payments should your financial situation fluctuate. But by renting you are paying someone else's … Continue Reading …