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A Los Angeles Realtor® specializing in absentee owners and out-of-town buyers. If you are not local to Los Angeles, or near the property in question, you need someone to act as your right hand throughout the process. That is where I come in. Just sit back and relax! You are in very capable hands.
Beverly Hills is getting yet another hotel. The owners of 9900 Wilshire Blvd., Wanda Group are planning to add a hotel to the $1 billion condo complex called One Beverly Hills. The number of originally planned condos will be reduced to accommodate the new hotel which will be next to the Beverly H...
Affordable housing is a oxymoron in Los Angeles. The California Supreme Court has taken steps to address the problem by making it easier for cities and counties to require developers to sell housing at below market rates. This could be a condition attached to the issuance of building permits. The...
The battle over restricting short-term rentals in Los Angeles continues to wage. While Santa Monica has passed an ordinance banning the rental of a home for less than 30 days unless the owner is in residence, other neighborhoods are fighting the policy. This action was shut down in Silver Lake an...
Much of Los Angeles is experiencing a sellers’ market right now.How do you define a sellers’ market? It is based on low inventory.  Loosely you would take the number of homes sold over the past six months compared with the number of homes for sale; that will give you the number of months it will ...
I am sure you have heard that Santa Monica has voted to ban rentals of less than 30 days in the City. Homeowners who live on the property can still have short-term renters but must be on-site, have a business license and will be subject to the 14% hotel tax. This new law is due to come into effec...
You are buying your first home in Los Angeles and are complete overwhelmed. How does the process work? How will you be protected? What are the costs involved? These are some of the questions going through your mind. Buying your first home can be a scary ordeal and it is certainly not an easy pro...
West Hollywood has one of the highest Walk Scores in Los Angeles and is still one of the more affordableareas. Its easy access to restaurants, shops, art galleries make West Hollywood a popular place to live.Let’s see how the real estate market is doing.Home sales are down slightly over the previ...
The news is that home sales are picking up for the Spring season, and median prices are continuing to rise.Is the Santa Monica real estate market following suit?  Let’s see Sales are down quite significantly over the previous Quarter and with the exception of single family homes in the 90405 zip ...
Culver City is fast becoming one of the more desirable places to live in Los Angeles with its place on the new Subway to the Sea metro line, and its relative affordability by L.A. standards.How did First Quarter 2015 sales go? Culver City real estate continues to be a strong sellers’ market. Sale...
How are condo sales doing in Century City?The newest building, The Century is almost sold out which has certainly depleted the inventory.So, let’s check in.    Sellers’ Market Balanced Market Buyers’ Market Under 5 months 5 to 7 months Over 7 months   Information provided by MLS/CLAW deemed accur...

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