This is a great article from SelfStorage.com highlighting things to think about before moving to Los Angeles: “Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise: If you can make it in Los Angeles, you can make it in New York. (It’s not the other way around). With a population of about 4 million, LA isn’t a city […]
It has been a while since we took a look at the Wilshire Corridor condo market. The Wilshire Corridor is known for for its upscale high rise full service condominium buildings with spectacular views. Let’s take a look at the history over the past three years. The graphs below are live and updated regularly. Sold […]
You are considering putting your home on the market and wondering where to start. I recently received an inquiry from a prospective home seller. Their main question was: Which company do you work for? Before the age of the internet this question may have been more relevant. Let’s take a look at today’s home buying public. […]
The world of real estate has settled into the 21st Century. There no excuse for your real estate agent to be unfamiliar with how to conduct business on the internet, and especially as a seller you will be at a distinct disadvantage if they are not. The main focus of this post is the Internet Data […]
Whether you are buying or selling a home in Los Angeles you are going to be part of a team, and the process consists of many moving parts. A key factor in keeping everything moving forward smoothly is Communication. How many times do we assume everyone is on the same page only to find out that they […]
It doesn’t take a time traveler to appreciate the fact some folks are just inherently going to have a problem with paying today for something that won’t come due until tomorrow. Especially when that something is perhaps ill-explained and/or part of a complex real estate transaction. Even with the rollout of the CFPB’s new disclosure forms, the Loan Estimate (LE) and the Closing Disclosure (CD), consumers will likely still proffer some age-old questions about at least one component of a mortgage loan’s cost structure. So let’s hop in our DeLorean and venture to find out what is prepaid interest?