Second Quarter home sales in Los Angeles has generally picked bu, but inventory remains low. How is the Culver City real estate market doing?
If you are looking for luxury, high rise or gated living in the heart of Los Angeles, Century City is an area to investigate. Let’s see how the market is progressing and compare the first two Quarters of 2015.
If you are a home buyer, especially in the Los Angeles area, I feel compelled to offer a heads up on what you should be expecting from your agent. This especially applies if your are a first-time home buyer because you may not understand how the process works.
I often get calls from buyers, especially first timers, asking about a property they presume is my listing because it is on my website. Since I run an Internet Data Exchange (IDX) feed on my website, all listings provided by my Multiple Listing Service (MLS) are provided to my site through my IDX, hence the confusion. I am, of course, happy to help them since this is a source for some of my business. However, the first question I ask is if they already have an agent. Many of them do. That is when I feel compelled to explain what the role of their agent is which is what their agent should have already explained to them.
How is the Brentwood, Los Angeles real estate market doing. Are sales up? How is the median price. Is it a sellers’ or buyers’ market. Let’s check in.
How is the Beverly Hills real estate market doing. Did sales increase? What about the median price? Is it a sellers’ or a buyers’ market. Let’s take a look.
How is the market doing in Santa Monica? Is it still a sellers’ market? How are the prices. Let’s take a look.