Buying a Home in Los Angeles? Can I Change Your Mind?

I am presently traveling in India which is an eye-opening experience to put it mildly. Extreme poverty at the one end with India’s richest man building the world’s first billion dollar home at the other.

However, you can pick up some bargains in the middle.

In Mandawa there are several abandoned properties.  Built in 1852, the  Mandawa haveli below with approximately 30 rooms,  spectacular views of the village, and wonderful murals can be grabbed up for the bargain price of around $500,000.  The downside is there are only two bathrooms.

An enterprising French woman bought one of these havelis and converted it into a museum.  This house would make a great hotel.

So, if you are thinking of buying a home in Los Angeles can I change your mind?

Visit India

Buying or Selling Los Angeles Real Estate

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Jane Peters

Jane Peters is a Los Angeles Realtor®, specializing in absentee owners, out-of-town-buyers and those needing that extra personal touch to make the buying and selling of Los Angeles real estate a smooth and, believe it or not, fun process.

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  1. I love those videos of india. I also was not aware that the first billion dollar home was now being built. That is honestly just crazy. I will have to look for pictures! Thanks.

  2. Amazing isn’t it with all that poverty. Who needs a garage for 147 or so cars?

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