Category Archives: Real Estate Transactions

Real Estate Transactions

Expo line helps increase attractiveness of LA neighborhood
In what appears to be, at least partly, a weather-related effect on the economy, existing housing sales fell to their lowest point in more than 18 months, as a bitter winter throughout much of the U.S. dragged down on sales in January. Other factors influencing the drop were higher prices, insufficient inventory and limited credit. The fall in home sales was reflected in all for regions of the country, and one...
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“A completely unprecedented collapse”
In what appears to be, at least partly, a weather-related effect on the economy, existing housing sales fell to their lowest point in more than 18 months, as a bitter winter throughout much of the U.S. dragged down on sales in January. Other factors influencing the drop were higher prices, insufficient inventory and limited credit. The fall in home sales was reflected in all for regions of the country, and one...
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How badly do you want that home?
The Los Angeles real estate market has become a hot commodity. The inventory of homes has been slow to recover from the real estate bubble and many builders quit the business, or have been cautious in reentering the residential real estate market. They may have opted to build rental properties, reacting to the strength of that market.   This may leave many buyers in the unpleasant predicament of having to engage in bidding wars...
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Is Southern California real estate bubbling over?
The Los Angeles real estate market has become a hot commodity. The inventory of homes has been slow to recover from the real estate bubble and many builders quit the business, or have been cautious in reentering the residential real estate market. They may have opted to build rental properties, reacting to the strength of that market.   This may leave many buyers in the unpleasant predicament of having to engage in bidding wars...
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