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With all the doom and gloom in the news on housing, some perspective is in order if only to show our local situation in the San Fernando Valley area and how it relates to you! Local San Fernando Valley Housing Data In a sign that the local housing marketing is beginning to rebound, sales in the...
Client Testimonials Terri in Los Angeles, Ca writes: I am a first time homebuyer and Jennifer took me through the myriad of steps, from finding the right home, to securing a mortgage. She was instrumental in helping me find my condo. We spent almost a year looking and she took the time to...
Home Sales Recorded in February 2008 These are the median prices where half sold for more and half sold for less (NOT an average). County/City/Area # Sold Feb. 2008 Feb. 2007 % Change ...
A quick update on the market: Folks, in a nutshell, the market practically shuts down through the holidays. We don't really know what's in store for us after the first of the year, however here is a graph of numbers county by county in the Southland. Happy New Year!
If you want a tree for the holiday, the experts at Grist and TreeHugger say it's actually better to buy a cut real Christmas tree than an artificial tree. Yippee, now we can march thru the tree lot with our heads held high! Fake trees are made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Producing this type o...
November 29, 2007 So What’s the skinny in the Los Angeles area? This is the low-down for the San Fernando Valley including Burbank and Calabasas, but not including Santa Clarita etc. Single-family home sales throughout the San Fernando Valley during October dropped 54.1 percent compared to the p...
1) Work on your credit: a) Contact credit agencies to correct errors. b) Setup automatic bill payments to prevent late payments. c) Payoff/pay-down credit cards (do-not close them). d) Avoid buying any big-ticket items like TV's, appliances or cars. 2) Savings: Even if you think you'd like to sho...
By Jennifer Mann-Home Buyers Coach October 29, 2007 Let me just begin by saying that in my opinion the Internet is the best thing that has happened for the sake of anyone yearning for information. I am a huge Internet fan as it is essential to my business. Real Estate, consumers are able to ob...
It is interesting where Tarzana is today in terms of it’s development. Where it was once the central point from which the developmental land sprawl in the San Fernando Valley began, it is currently one of the last remaining sections of Ventura Blvd that has yet escaped significant revitalization...