Blog for Tiffany Wilson, the Green Real Estate Queen in the Greater South Bay

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Real Estate Agent - eReal Estate Corp
Tiffany is a 10+ year South Bay resident providing high quality, residential real estate services - with a smile! Specializing in first time home buyers, investors, and green real estate. Read here about news, issues, events, activities, places, and people in the GSB.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
For Sale Vs. Sold In the last 15 months, inventory levels topped out nearly a year ago in June 2008.  Since then, they have been on a steady decline, fueled by seasonally consistent and steady sales.  April's pending home sales are also high, indicating that May's closed sales will be in line wit...
05/11/2009
I am very excited about the upcoming Assisted Housing Stability and Energy and Green Retrofit Investments Stimulus program (phew, that's a mouthful), and I want to start by thanking Tiffany Humsfeld for pointing it out to me!  But I can't horde this information for myself, because for those of yo...
04/17/2009
I am VERY proud to announce that I have recently earned the GREEN designation from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), demonstrating my dedication to environmentally conscious matters that affect our planet.  Many of my clients, colleagues, and friends don't know this about me, but I grew...
04/17/2009
In February, I created the first "Top 10 Investment Opportunities in the Greater South Bay" report.  That was such a hit that I was asked to create the same reports for Riverside, Long Beach, and Palmdale/Lancaster. It was my original intent to author these reports each month, but I soon realized...
04/09/2009
Facing foreclosure can be a very scary prospect.  Most homeowners do not know exactly what their situation is and what options are available to them.  Even more confusing is when the postcards and letters start arriving where people promise to "get them out of foreclosure for $599", or other prom...
01/26/2009
In this report, for each area of Redondo Beach, I have collected the number of active listings, the number of homes in escrow, the number of homes sold, and then the minimum, median, and maximum price for active and sold properties. A few points of interest that I noted while reviewing this data:...
01/24/2009
My last blog post about my favorite local restaurant went over so well that I thought I would try another one.  This time, I am going to feature a restaurant that was just introduced to me a few weeks ago, but which is already at the top of my list of favorites.  This restaurant is Oki Doki Sushi...
01/23/2009
The South Bay has a thriving surfer community, with many popular surf spots stretching from El Segundo all the way down to Palos Verdes.  On weekends you will find hundreds (yes, hundreds) of surfers enjoying the waves - especially when the waves are epic! As a surfer myself, I have tried several...
01/17/2009
For Sale Vs. Sold Last month, numbers were indicating that we would see continued high sales in November, the likes of which we had been seeing for the prior few months.  We see now that November sales were only half of what we anticipated. So, is this all bad news?  Not really.  Though sales wer...
12/12/2008
I remember the first time I bought a home.  I wouldn't necessarily say that it was stressful, but I must admit that I knew NOTHING about buying a home.  Well, let me clarify:  it was easy to find a home, but every step after that was unfamiliar.  I look back now and am SO thankful that I had an e...
11/28/2008
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