Prospective new Downtowners have been asking a lot of questions lately about how high the prices might get, and when they might fall. Unfortunately, history has shown us that, while prices fall a bit quite frequently, they only fall a lot very rarely. Prices almost never fall during the times that many expect them to. Fortunately, there are ways to save money during any market. Here are some of them: #distresssale #dtla
Foreclosures – Not many these days because the real estate market is too hot.
Raw Lofts – Save money by putting your own finishig touches on incomplete lofts.
Distress Sale – Sellers somestimes get into hot water, and the buyer benefits.
Bank Owned – When a seller or developer is hemorrhaging money, the bank takes over.
Company Owned – Similar to a bank owned, but a company takes over instead.
REO – A common type of foreclosure
Auction – When a seller really wants to sell fast, an auction gets it done fast.
New Homes – Shiny homes with no problems but sellers are motivated to sell ’em fast.
Vacant Homes – Sellers often reduce the price on vacant homes because they need to sell.
100-Year Lease Houses – Seller of new homes can give a lower price when land is cheap.
Off-Market Properties – Homes that are expired, on hold, or canceled listings
Train Station Homes
For Sale By Owner
Lawsuits and Litigation
Arts District Homes – Not the cheapest, but could be the best bargain compared to future.
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