We all know the obvious differences between generations – affinity for technology, car preference, and TV volume level – but let’s take a look at how generation Y, generation X, the baby boomers, and the silent generation differ in why and how they tend to buy and sell real estate.
The Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act of 2010 (Cal. Health & Safety Code §§ 13260 et seq.) has been in effect since 2011, yet not everyone is familiar with this law or enforces it. Per the law, it is the seller’s responsibility to install adequate carbon monoxide detectors as well as smoke detectors. As listing […]
When thinking of good old Downtown Los Angeles many think of the Staples Center, Pershing Square, Fashion District, Disney Concert Hall, and Olvera Street; all of which are very different and iconic to Downtown LA. However when you think of downtown LA, do you think of it as a suitable place to live? While we […]
Trulia’s Chief Economist, Jed Kolko , explained his thoughts after the company revealed the results of a survey on first time buyers. The target of the survey was the millennials, aka young adults, and here is what the study reported.
Check out this info-graphic from the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.)… Statistics have been gathered and show that single family homes are selling faster than last year. Source: http://www.car.org/aboutus/onecoolthing/hotcakes/?redir=HPB
With well over 10,000 real estate agents to compete with in LA, sellers and buyers are seeking prompt justification as to why they should pick you over the next Tom or Jane. If you ran into your dream client and had 5 minutes to make your point, how would you make it happen?
One may see a minor mistake as just that; a minor mistake. Where a potential buyer looking up your current listing on the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) will take your mistake and drive to 1325 Polar Lane when the actual property is located on 1325 Poplar Lane. This is a mistake that occurs more often […]