A recent study estimates that 47% of foreclosed properties are still occupied. When you first see that stat you may be surprised… but we’re not. What most people don’t realize is that banks aren’t in the business to own homes. They are in the business to loan people money. But when they have to foreclose […]
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If you’ve been driving around in Los Angeles, chances are you’ve seen some billboards advertising companies that buy houses. Often times they say things like “We Buy Los Angeles Houses!” or “Cash For Your House”. Are these “we buy houses in Los Angeles companies” credible? How do I know if the local house buying companies out […]
Determine The Listing Price When it comes to buying a home, most potential buyers will use the listing price to as the number one factor to determine the homes that they look at. Even though you and a realtor may determine the asking price, the buyer will determine the selling price. If the price is […]
Selling Your House in or around Los Angeles can be a euphoric experience. However, once escrow begins, the euphoria can change to frustration, particularly if you are not ready for the closing costs that quickly accumulate. Budget for Closing Costs, and Home Inspection, When Selling Your Los Angeles House Closing costs simply refer to the fees associated […]
Bathroom Design Strategies That Increase The Value Of Your Home When it comes to adding value to your property, the experts in real estate will agree that to capitalize in the bathroom and kitchen almost certainly guarantees profitable returns. If you’re considering making your home appealing to potential buyers, then one of the first places […]
Bankruptcy And Buying A House – Is It Smart To Buy A House After Bankruptcy? Each year, millions of people file bankruptcy as a means of erasing their consumer debts. While this approach may relieve stress, a bankruptcy is damaging, and will hang over your head for the next ten years. Still, it is possible […]
Should you take a cash offer for your Los Angeles house? Not always. I’ll tell you how to sell any property for cash, some reasons to refuse a cash offer – and when you shouldn’t say no. Selling My House For Cash In Los Angeles If you’re selling a property in Los Angeles to an end buyer […]
An Alternative to using a Real Estate Agent to sell your property in Los Angeles Traditionally, anyone with a house to sell in Los Angeles. would use a Real Estate Agent. For many people they are seen as a necessary evil. A small minority of people manage to sell their house privately by doing their […]
Whether you’re a buyer or a borrower / seller, a short sale and foreclosure each present different advantages and difficulties. What Is A Foreclosure In Los Angeles California? In simple terms… “A foreclosed home is one in which the owner is unable to make his mortgage loan payments and the bank repossessed the home” (source). […]
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