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Housing inventory crunch seems to be easing up -- LA Times link The number of listings rose 1.4% from June 2013 — the fifth consecutive monthly rise. Last year, inventory declined from June to July.
Click this link to read a highly informative article geared towards home buyers -- how to increase your creditworthiness in order to obtain the most competitive loan rates possible for you.
Millennials Are Increasingly Positive About Real Estate; Confidence in the Market Jumps Sharply; Consumers Have their Eye on Mortgage Rates. On securing a mortgage loan, consumer sentiment continues reflecting the challenges people face through strict underwriting guidelines and credit-score requ...
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What’s your post and beam property in Los Feliz/Silverlake worth today? Would you like to find out how much your post and beam home in Lake Hollywood would list for today? Whether it’s offering astute pricing analysis in your neighborhood or creating hyper-targeted marketing solution...
Remodeling is for buyers, not sellers. Major aesthetic renovations usually don’t pay for themselves, especially right before your move. Concentrate instead on smaller fixes with bigger impacts, and let your buyers remodel to suit their specific tastes. Beware of deferred maintenance. Buyers expe...
The Wisdom Priciple by Deepak Chopra (obviously) isn't exclusively tied into the real estate profession, but I do very much appreciate his statements about how becoming wise is directly contributed to the desire to be totally real, or to always be seeking the absolute reality of everything you en...
http://www.forbes.com/sites/morganbrennan/2013/07/26/what-to-expect-from-housing-in-the-second-half-of-2013/ (All excerpts taken from Forbes Article) We Are Not Re-inflating A Bubble Home prices have clocked double-digit price a...
According to a recent real estate survey, a $400 investment spent in cleaning or de-cluttering your home when listed realizes a 400 percent return on your investment, or $2,000 back in your pocket at closing. A deep cleaning is essential for a good first impression. It’s also key to keep up the c...
link to 2008 Stanford University Study how "the use of a broker increases the probability of a sale during the first month on the market by almost 25 percent". http://econweb.tamu.edu/jmeer/Bernheim_Meer_Brokers_NBER.PDF