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Posted on 06/17/2020
Los Angeles, CA Real Estate Market Update
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Posted on 05/19/2020
Another Property Sold - 1686 Royal Boulevard, Glendale, CA 91207
Built in 1952, this single story architectural home is on a large, private canyon view lot. A rare opportunity to own a well-priced vintage home in the prestigious Royal Canyon neighborhood. Meticulously cared for by the current owner for sixty years, the home offers tons of charm with hardwood flrs, brick fireplace, metal casement windows with shutters & a cozy den. The open floor plan features a wall of windows in the living & dining rms overlooking the lush private hillside. The generously sized master bdrm is en-suite and includes a separate vanity room. The good-sized second bedroom has two closets. An updated kitchen has...
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Posted on 05/17/2020
Los Angeles, CA Real Estate Market Update
Click here to view Los Angeles, CA blog post which has information on the constantly changing market...
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Posted on 04/17/2020
Los Angeles, CA Real Estate Market Update
Click here to view Los Angeles, CA blog post which has information on the constantly changing market...
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Posted on 04/13/2020
HOA Concerns? Consider Your Options
Photo by Romakoma via Shutterstock Many modern housing developments share areas such as parks, pools and playgrounds. When this is the case, they need a homeowner’s association to tend to the needs of the common areas. The same is true for condominium complexes and townhome communities. Since hallways, elevators and the outsides of buildings require shared maintenance, the...
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Posted on 04/06/2020
What to Expect During the House Selling Journey
Selling a home rarely proves to be a simple, straightforward process. However, if you plan ahead for the house selling journey, you may be better equipped than other sellers to identify and address potential hurdles. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you plan for the home selling journey. 1. Identify Your Home's Strengths and Weaknesses...
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Posted on 03/30/2020
Buying a Luxury Home When the Market is Favorable to Sellers
Image by Muntzir Mehdi from Pixabay A seller's market poses a challenge for any buyer - when there are more buyers competing for homes than there are homes in market, you have to be ready to move swiftly when you find a home you like. Since the inventory of luxury homes is usually small when compared with more...
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Posted on 03/23/2020
Selling or Renting an Inherited House
Photo by Dave Frisch from Pexels If you've inherited a house you'd rather not live in, here are some things to consider—before you accept it. Before we get to the selling or renting part, calculate the cost of: Repairs and renovations. Any debt that would pass to you with the home. Annual property taxes. Yes, you may decline...
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Posted on 03/16/2020
Hiring a Green Home Contractor
Are you familiar with “green” home builders? They are contractors who construct homes from sustainable or renewable products. These green home builders use durable materials in building all kinds of homes ranging from individual bungalows to expansive, real estate developments. Just like traditional builders, they handle diverse types of construction but build in a way that minimizes waste....
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Posted on 03/09/2020
5 Types of Real Estate Zoning & How They Impact the Buying Decision
Image by StockSnap from Pixabay A neighborhood is a neighborhood. And a business district is a business district, right? Unfortunately, it's not so cut and dry. There are actually nine major zoning types in most areas. And these can impact things like home use, home value, and property taxes. Zoning can change over time. Let's explore the five...
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Posted on 03/02/2020
Why Multigenerational Properties Are Seeing a Demand Spike
Image by giselaatje from Pixabay Multigenerational properties have seen a demand spike recently, giving sellers a reason to sit up and take notice. As family dynamics shift and the economy rises and falls, property owners need to pay attention to who's buying what. We'll look at what constitutes a multigenerational property and which ones are seeing the most...
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Posted on 02/24/2020
3 Reasons to Upgrade Your California Luxury Home's Curb Appeal
If you want to sell a luxury home in Los Angeles, San Diego or elsewhere in California, you may want to focus on your house's curb appeal. In fact, there are many reasons to upgrade your Golden State luxury residence's curb appeal before you list your house, and these include: 1. You can transform an ordinary home into an...
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