DTLA Lofts – Quick Close and Immediate Move-In
About half of all buyers are under some kind of time restraint, and most really want to close escrow in 30-60 days or else they may have to put off their search for a while. Some properties take a very long time to sell. One Alta loft, for example, was in escrow for 18 months a few years back. Some lofts have issues with uncooperative tenants, overpricing, title problems, litigation, liens, lis pendens, probate, short sales, inspection problems, loft financing issues, low appraisals and numerous other issues that can delay sales and lengthen escrows. Not all buyers can tolerate such delays. Some buyers want to close escrow in 1-2 weeks. One of these fast closing lofts is the lowest priced loft in Downtown with a private balcony. PHOTOS
While Downtown Los Angeles has relatively few vacant homes because it is a boom town with a skyrocketing economy, there are some sellers who are particularly ready to sell fast. Here’s a link to a free list of Downtown Lofts and Condos that are ready for move in and particularly suitable for a quick purchase: vacantandready.blogspot.com
One of the quick availability lofts is approved for Mills Act benefits. Most owners of Mills Act lofts report usual savings of 66% off of county property taxes. They love getting paid to live in beautiful historic buildings!
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