With home values falling to prices not seen in years and interest rates at all time lows, many savvy individuals realize that now is the time to buy. Hard to imagine that conditions such as these could create a nightmarish situation for many potential buyers; but they have. It comes down to the basic economic [...]
Palms – Mar Vista Single Family Home Sales June 2012 Total Sold Dollar Volume: $ 33,220,051 Average Selling Price: $ 874,211 Average List Price: $ 860,663 Avg Sales Price/Avg. List Price: 101.6% Median Price: $ 811,000 Average Days on Market: 20 Number of Listings Sold: 38 Sold Listings: 1. 2034 WALGROVE AVE $ 460,000 2. [...]
Venice Single Family Home Sales June 2012 Total Sold Dollar Volume: $ 23,202,500 Average Selling Price: $ 1,364,852 Average List Price: $ 1,393,558 Avg Sales Price/Avg. List Price: 97.9% Median Price: $ 1,330,000 Average Days on Market: 51 Number of Listings Sold: 17 Sold Listings: 1. 807 COMMONWEALTH AVE $ 620,000 2. 306 WINDWARD AVE [...]
1301 Preston Way was awarded the highest honors from the United States Green Building Council, the USGBC, LEED Platinum Certified and the American Institute of Architects, both Sustainability Award and the AIA Honor Award for Design. Why did we decide to build a green home? As a Westside real estate agent I have been seeing [...]
Joseph Treves and Los Angeles City Councilman Bill Rosendahl at the recent Wise Water Use Expo I have put together a list of pertinent websites that may be of value to you. If you have any questions about water or energy use in your home, please let me know. I am a licensed real estate [...]
Now may the best time to go solar on your home roof. California Rebates on solar panels and new lease programs make going solar affordable. Pick Your Strategy. Recently the Los Angeles Times featured an excellent article in the Business section titled “Weak economy makes solar panels more affordable to homeowners”. If you missed it [...]
For whatever the reason, you’ve made the decision to move and now it’s time to think about selling your home. Bringing your home to market is an involved process. When handled correctly it will bring you the maximum possible saleprice. The following tips offer solid solutions on how to avoid the most common mistakes… 1. [...]
a great reminder of why we need to make progress in treating rain as the precious resource it is and not allow it to be wasted. By not managing rainwater we allow it to run off our rooftops and non-permeable landscaping onto the surrounding hardscape where it then courses its way onto our streets, mingles with toxins and other debris before dumping into our oceans.