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Top 10 Home Trends Buyers Want in 2016

Top 10 Home Trends Buyers Want in 2016

Clean living is in vogue Gone but not forgotten are the avocado kitchens, the carpeted bathrooms and the sponge-painted walls. I’ll bet that some of you are still rocking one of those beloved trends in your home. You know who you are. But 2016 home trends are more on the clean living side. There are […]

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What Buyers Don’t Want

What Buyers Don’t Want

Who knew an in-house elevator was NOT on the list of preferred features for 70% of buyers? More sensible concerns must be afoot…

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Sales & Listings Update

Sales & Listings Update

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Sustained Recovery Projected

Sustained Recovery Projected

Case Shiller through October 2012 have been released. They show another up-tick in the price index for home sales across the nation, including higher than average increases for the California cities in the study (Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego.) If you look at the graph below, you will see that the past three […]

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Top 4 Most Common Pricing Mistakes

Top 4 Most Common Pricing Mistakes

This was on the Website for the California Association of Realtors and it just bears repeating.  It reflects the experience of most veteran Realtors. PRICING TOO HIGH FROM THE START Fix: Statistics show that homes priced correctly when they first hit the market sell closer to the asking price than homes that start too high, […]

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Los Angeles near top of Housing Recovery

Los Angeles near top of Housing Recovery

According to statistics from the National Association Of Realtors (NAR) the Los Angeles—Long Beach area ranked third in their July 2012 report on the nation’s housing recovery. Median List price: $358,000, up 6.43% from July 2011 Inventory: 23,585, down 29% from from July 2011 Median time on the market: 65 days, down 10% from from […]

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