Top 10 Most Affordable Lofts and Condos in Downtown Los Angeles

Buyer’s don’t have to pay a fortune to live in or near Downtown.  There are condos right next to Downtown from $100,000 and there are cool lofts in DTLA starting at around $275,000.

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Little Tokyo Downtown Los Angeles

Here are Top 10 Most Affordable Lofts and Condos from all agents to get you started:

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Condominiums: Top 5 Properties For Sale and Their Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhoods

LA Loft Blog reader Harvey Liss asks what are the most popular lofts for sale in Downtown today, and what is in the neighborhoods:

Lofts and Condominiums:
Top Best Investments to Buy and What’s Happening in Their Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhoods

312 W 5TH ST #911, LOS ANGELES, CA 90013 LP: $359,000

312 W 5TH ST 911
Los Angeles (City), CALIFORNIA 90013
Price: $359,000
1 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms
820 Square Ft.
Listing # 15894409
Historic Core Neighborhood – The Historic Core has reinvented itself. There’s been new restaurants, Farmer’s Market, and a breathing of new life. >> NEIGHBORHOOD


420 S SAN PEDRO ST #331

420 S SAN PEDRO ST 331
Los Angeles (City), CALIFORNIA 90013
Price: $388,888
1 Bathrooms
890 Square Ft.
Listing # 15894817
Neighborhood – The original boundaries of Little Tokyo extended east and south of the present location, and covered approximately one square mile. The area was a magnet for immigrating Japanese.  >> NEIGHBORHOOD


1130 S FLOWER ST #108

1130 S FLOWER ST 108
Los Angeles (City), CALIFORNIA 90015
Price: $710,000
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
1424 Square Ft.
Listing # 15897267
South Park Neighborhood – South Park is a neighborhood that is nestled in the southwest corner of Downtown Los Angeles.  >> NEIGHBORHOOD


460 S SPRING ST #915, LOS ANGELES ,CA 90013 LP: $620,000

460 S SPRING ST 915
Los Angeles (City), CALIFORNIA 90013
Price: $620,000
1 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms
948 Square Ft.
Listing # 15894923
Historic Core Neighborhood – The Historic Core has reinvented itself. There’s been new restaurants, Farmer’s Market, and a breathing of new life. >> NEIGHBORHOOD

800 W 1st St Pocket Listing 2-2 $700,000
Bunker Hill Neighborhood:  Bunker Hill is a neighborhood in the Northwest corner of Downtown Los Angeles historically based on a high-elevation landform that extends above the surrounding terrain that separated Downtown Los Angeles from the rest of the city to the west before the hill was tunneled through at Second Street in 1924.  >> NEIGHBORHOOD2-bedroom for sale

 

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Top 5 Ways to Save $10,000 or More When Buying a Downtown LA Condo or Loft

Here are 5 ways to save money that buyers should consider before buying a loft, condominium or other home in the Los Angeles area.

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It’s all about taking actions that other buyers don’t know how to do, or are afraid to do because they don’t understand the process.

Save Thousands When Buying a Downtown Loft

Save Thousands When Buying a Downtown Loft

Pocket Listings – A pocket listing is a property for sale that is not listed on the MLS, not on the Internet or not available to most real estate agents.  VIP buyers can get access to these off-market properties.

Early Offer – Place an offer with a viewing contingency before seeing the property so that you can take it off the market before other buyers have a chance to drive the price up.  Most buyers are afraid because this is counterintuitive, and other buyers do not understand that the offer does not become a valid offer until after you view the property.

Unsolicited Offer – Did you miss out on the perfect property?  Chances are there is one just like it on the floor above or the floor below. If you are a VIP buyer, your agent should send unsolicited offers to the similar units nearby.

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Ask Questions – The more you know about a property and the seller’s goals, the more you will save on your home purchase. The best Downtown specialist buyer’s agents ask the best money-saving questions for the buyer, and buyer’s agents cost nothing to the buyer.  There is one particular questions to ask that, by itself, saves on average $8,000. Find out what that question is.

Fixers and Raw Lofts – For investment purposes, you wan to buy the ugliest loft in the best building.  Windows and natural light are the most important, but even a dark loft can become cheerful with the right lighting fixtures. You or your friend must know how to turn the ugly duckling loft into a prince charming of a home.  Most people are not good at visualizing how to do that, so if you have the vision, take advantage of it.

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CRAIGSLIST FRAUD ALERT DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES LOFTS FOR LEASE

PLEASE FLAG THIS CRAIGSLIST FRAUD AND ANY OTHER FRAUDULENT POSTINGS THAT YOU FIND ON CRAIGSLIST: http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/apa/4994911251.html

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If you see a rental that is too cheap to be true like the post above, then it is a scam.

DO NOT GIVE YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER OR OTHER PERSONAL INFORMATION WITHOUT VERIFYING!!!

DO NOT SEND MONEY WITHOUT VERIFYING!!!

This Craigslist link takes you to a lease rental fraud scam:

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To see genuine rentals, click on LOFTS FOR LEASE link on top of the LA Loft Blog page at LAloftBlog.com

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Downtown LA Condos and Lofts Open House List

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Downtown Panoramic Views 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Condominium Bunker Hill Tower 800 W 1st St, Los Angeles 90012

Get a special, private deal on this awesome 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom bright, sunny southwest corner unit not listed on the MLS.  >> Property Details

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Lift your spirits with panoramic views in this bright superbly renovated luxury condominium unit with custom finishes in the superb Bunker Hill Tower building. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring in dramatic city views of the Downtown skyline to the Hollywood sign and Griffith Observatory. Updated hardwood flooring throughout, modernized open kitchen with updated stainless steel appliances including warming drawer and 11 ft premium granite countertop island, beautifully updated bathrooms with marble and granite countertops, travertine floors, glass shower doors, designer mosaic backsplash. Custom frosted glass closet doors. Includes storage unit.

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Many building amenities includes covered underground parking space (additional parking available), gated guest parking, 24-hour security front desk concierge, 2 tennis courts, 2 fitness centers, resort style heated pool, hot tub spa, mens and women saunas, barbecue picnic area, recreation rooms 2.5 acres of common area grounds with rose garden. Building has large convenience store market, dry cleaner and hair salon. Walk to Disney Concert Hall, Center Theater Group, Civic Center, Broad Museum, Financial District, Grand Park, Restaurants and Metro Station. $1,160 HOA includes utilities: electricity, air conditioning, heating, water, cable TV, internet. $700,000

This pocket listing can give buyers a greater opportunity to get a better deal without being outbid by another buyer. Do not disturb tenants. Take a look at the beautiful photos, and then place any offer contingent on viewing.  >> MORE

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Real Estate App on Your Apple Watch – Find Downtown Lofts and Condos For Sale and For Lease

Real Estate for Apple Watch

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You’ve heard all of the hype about the Apple Watch. We’ve decided to join the party.

With the a real estate app on the Apple Watch under development, you’ll be able to find homes for sale nearby, see details about the home and view photos – all from your wrist.  The LA Loft Blog is giving you a special link that gives you privileged access to more proprietary information and unlisted properties in Downtown Los Angeles.

Snap the homes you like to reveal hidden details and put the Downtown specialists of the L.A. Loft Blog on standby to answer your questions by phone or email.

Check it all out in this video and then download the free Homesnap app for your smart phone now, and then later you will be able to use it right on your wrist when you get your Apple Watch.

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Get access to up to twice as many lofts in Downtown Los Angeles including distressed lofts, raw lofts and the largest number of unlisted lofts. Download the free app at http://www.homesnap.com/real-estate-agents/Corey-Chambers

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The Jeffries 117 E WINSTON ST, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Downtown Loft Apartments For Lease

The Jeffries is a luxury apartment that sits in The “Old Bank District,” a trendy neighborhood that houses some of the finer restaurants and nightlife that Downtown Los Angeles has to offer. The contemporary building stands out amongst its naturally historic surroundings and therefore provides tenants with a unique living experience.

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Forty-three units, interconnected by spacious hallways, range from 550 to 1,000 square feet providing ample space for tenants living on the building’s 7 floors. Large-scale windows provide tenants with an abundance of sunlight and glorious views of the city.

William Parrish Jeffries commissioned the seven-story building located on 117 East Winston Street in 1906. At the time, wholesale warehouse buildings and railroad tracks surrounded the property. Architectural firm Train & Williams designed the building for Jeffries’ printing and engraving business the W.P. Jeffries Company.

The building was constructed to be “fire-proof,” and includes a concrete incased steel frame and brick infill interior walls. Because the interior steel frame holds so much weight, the building has the luxury of filling a great portion of the exterior walls with large windows. In 1928, the company announced the incorporation of Jeffries Banknote Company and became the only company on the West coast to have the equipment to produce bonds and stock certificates engraved in accordance with the New York Stock Exchange. Tickets for the 1932 Olympics were also printed exclusively at the building.

In 1964, Jeffries decided to move his company to Pico Boulevard and sold the building to the Title Insurance and Trust Company. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) considers the building at 117 Winston Street a historic recourse because of its ties to Train & Williams architecture and W.P. Jeffries.

Amenities:

Common
Game Room
Gym
High Speed Internet
Laundry Facilities
Lounge Area
Media Lounge
Convenience
Adjacent Parking Available
Freight Elevator
On-Site Management/Maintenance
Passenger Elevator
Pet-Friendly
Storage Spaces Available

Security
Cameras On Groundfloor
Security On Premises

Living
Balconies
Concrete Floors
Dish Network
Energy Star Kitchen Appliances
Euro-Style Cabinets
Exposed Brick Walls
Granite Counters
High Ceilings
Individual HVAC
Large Windows
Pet Friendly
Restaurant & Lounge
Stainless Steel Appliances
Track Lighting
Versatile Floor Plans
Views of Downtown
Walk-In Closets
Window Treatments

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Top 10 Rip-Offs in Downtown Los Angeles Real Estate For Sale and For Lease

1. Open House Property Theft – The MLS Multiple Listing Service Issued an Warning Yesterday about a $30,000 jewelry theft from a house for sale in Los Angeles.  Here’s the notice, followed by 9 other rip-offs that we’ve seen around the Downtown Los Angeles area, in no particular order:

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(MLS Crime Alert) We are writing to inform you of a theft that occurred at a open houses on Tuesday of this week.  Please make your agents aware that the man in question was of the following description: About 5’10”, of Middle Eastern descent, full beard, 165-185lbs, very well dressed (this particular day, he was in a light grey suit and sky blue tie). We’ve received word that other agents in the area also had suspicious interaction with him, where he asked questions about “who owned the home”, etc. He presented himself as an agent in the Palisades and by the name of “Simon”.  An estimated $30,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from a locked drawer in the master bedroom. The owners say that this thief clearly knew what he was taking as he left some jewelry behind and left from a side door that was locked. 

2. Car Break-Ins – Downtown actually has a fairly low rate of car break-ins compared to the surrounding areas.  Don’t ever leave anything at all in a car parked on the street or unguarded lots.

3. Agents who give low estimates and then buy the home to flip – It is illegal for a real estate agent to give an artificially low home evaluation to an unsuspecting seller so that the agent can have a friend buy it at a discount.  Always get a 2nd opinion on your home’s value before selling.

4. Craigslist rental fraud with rocketlease applications for identity theft – Fraudsters impersonate a real estate agent advertising a super deal on a property for lease.  They claim to be “out of town” and request that you complete a RocketLease application ahead of time so that they can get your personal information to sell on the identity theft black market.  Assume everything on Craigslist is a fraud until proven otherwise. Always meet and verify an agent or anyone before giving your money or personal information. Find lofts and condos for sale and for lease by genuine real estate agents.

5. High rents and rent increases – Downtown is popular, so the rents are relatively high.  This a fact of supply and demand, not really a rip-off.  Just keep in mind that buying gives you a bright future while renting gives your landlord a bright future. Stop Renting

6. Parking Problems – Deeded parking with no deed, Disappearing parking, rising prices – Several home buyers in Downtown thought that they were getting deeded parking, only to find out that someone else owns the parking space, and they are jacking up the monthly rent on the parking space, or the space could be lost completely. Before buying, take a close look at the parking situation, and ask an attorney to double check if you’re not sure.

7.  Agent sells against properties with low commission – Some real estate agents will tell a buyer client that a property is no good just because the commission offered is lower.  Be sure that you understand how your agent gets paid. Don’t be afraid to ask how much the CSO agent commission is on each property that you are interested in.

8. Loft Loans – Many home lenders will say that they can lend on a loft, and then later tell you the rate will be much higher or they will not lend at all.  If you buy an industrial or commercial loft conversion, use a loft lender or a lender who has financed a loft recently.

9. Lawsuits – More than 20% of the listings that you see are involved currently or recently with a lawsuit or some other litigation. Use a Downtown specialist Realtor who is knowledgable about these lawsuits.

10. Devious Developers – When buying new construction lofts, condos or houses for sale, always bring your agent with you on the first visit.  Otherwise the developer’s sales team might tell you that you cannot get representation from an agent. Buyer’s agents are free and are required to get you the best deal while the sales office is required to give you the highest price possible.

One last rip off is J-walking citations targeting the wealthy and middle class – You must use the crosswalk in Downtown, and you can only cross while the pedestrian light is solid and says walk.  If blinking or saying don’t walk, the police will give you a ticket. The police seem to be targeting South Park and Restaurant Row for these $170 tickets while Skid Row appears to be unfairly exempt from this enforcement.

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LA Loft Blog Announces $500 Photography Contest for Pics of Downtown Life, Lofts, Condos

One of Downtown’s residents or visitors with a keen eye for photography has a chance to win a $500 LA Loft Blog gift certificate by sending a photo of Downtown loft living, architecture, interiors, skyline or other facet of Downtown life.

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Los Angeles, CA (April 18, 2015)  The L.A. Loft Blog, the authority on Downtown Los Angeles residential real estate, is pleased to announce the first ever LA Loft Blog photography contest for Downtown’s residents and visitors. “The renaissance of Downtown Los Angeles helped the city to set a record of more than 40 million total visitors last year,” says L.A. Loft Blog Publisher Realtor Corey Chambers, “A photography contest is a great chance for our readers to show off their home improvement and decorating skills.” While photos of loft interiors and loft living are highly encouraged, all pics related to Downtown will be considered in the judging. The winner will receive a $500 L.A. Loft Blog gift certificate that can be used toward a residential lease, purchase or sale.  Or if not making a move in the next 6 months, the winner may instead choose to receive a check for $250 cash.

The LA. Loft Blog is the #1 source of photographs that depict buildings, lofts and city life of Downtown Los Angeles.  The photos will be shown on LALoftBlog.com, and will also be displayed at a booth during the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk event. The contest will add a new level of variety, creativity and energy to the Downtown art scene, while allowing the many Downtown artists, designers and photographers to showcase their talent.

If you are one of 40 million to see the Los Angeles area, and have got a keen eye for photography, send a photo of your Downtown-related memory for the chance to win. You may also submit a video of a Downtown even or loft living clip or testimonial video about how you like living in Downtown. Entry will be judged by the LA Loft Blog executive staff for photographic quality, aesthetics and depiction of Downtown life. The LA Loft Blog plans to use these photos wherever possible, including internet and print, so high resolution is preferred. Submit one or more photos or videos by 10/17/2015 to contest@laloftblog.com or by snail mail to LA Loft Blog Photo Contest, 200 N San Fernando Rd, #119, Los Angeles, CA 90031.

The LA Loft Blog will announce the winner on October 19, 2015 on LALoftBlog.com. For the latest news on the contest, and to see some of the first entries, visit this blog post. Here you can also catch a glimpse of Loft TV, The LoftsInLA collection of YouTube videos featuring amazing Downtown lofts, condos and apartments.

The LA Loft Blog also provides free information on lofts for sale in Downtown Los Angeles, as well as tips for sellers, buyers and renters to save thousands of dollars by knowing what to watch out for before finding or listing a loft in Downtown LA.

Bargain hunters can find special deals such as unlisted lofts and distressed condos on LASecretLofts.com, LALoft.org, LACondoInfo.com, and CoreyChambers.com. For questions, call Corey Chambers at 1-800-791-4538, visit LALoftBlog.com or visit the LA Loft Blog Downtown photo site at https://plus.google.com/+CoreyChambersLA/photos

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Submit your entry for the Downtown Los Angeles Photo Contest by email or use the online form:

To be eligible, photographer and submitter are responsible for obtaining permission from all models or subjects in the photos when required. The LA Loft Blog will accept all photos up to 10 megabytes in jpg, png, tif, or psd (or video formats avi, mpg, mp4 or mov). All photos & videos submitted may be used for L.A. Loft Blog promotions.

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