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Beautiful historic lofts for sale with big savings on property taxes has been on the top of the list of successful DTLA home buying strategies for many recent buyers. Get a free list of Mills Act lofts. Fill out the online form:
REAL ESTATE NEWS — The average loft in Los Angeles sold for $699,475 in 2017 (median price $622,500 in the last 12 months). The prices are expected to increase next month as throngs of loft home shoppers come out for the new year with a resolution to change their lives while also improving the lives of others. They will be bidding against each other, driving up the the price, while many prospective buyers will find themselves outbid on their dream loft.
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The average loft was on the market for 64 days (52 median days on market). The best deals go fast. In fact, more than 31% of the lofts sold in less than 30 days, at an average of more than 100% of asking price. The under $700,000 price range is the most popular. Sellers in DTLA are happy with their superior investments, and they are not letting their homes go cheap. In a competitive marketplace like Downtown L.A., buyers who don’t have unlimited money will need to have the right plan, strategies and tactics to get the most amazing loft and the best deal. #popular #lofts #dtla
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Loft Hacks – Top 10 Tips and Tricks in Downtown Los Angeles Real Estate
Downtown Los Angeles real estate is competitive. More than half of buyers sift through limited inventory only to be outbid by another buyer when they place an offer on an amazing loft. The most successful buyers, seller, renters and landlords made the best decisions when they had the best information on properties, and when they had a sharp eye on their competitors in the real estate marketplace. How did they do it? #dtla #lofts #hacks #tipsandtricks
Now that we know what the top real estate competitors investigated before they successfully completed transactions in Downtown L.A. real estate, we will delve deeper into why they looked at these topics, requested more information on these top 10 subjects and then implemented the knowledge to accomplish their lofty goals.
This is the where they got started. As the authority of DTLA residential real estate, the L.A. Loft Blog attracts the largest number of real estate blog readers, and receives the largest number of information requests (on the greatest number of relevant topics) from those who have achieved profit and distinction. By viewing usage statistics from tens of thousands of readers, paying special attention to those who have closed escrow or signed a lease, we can correlate the most powerful information that helped them beat out all competitors to the best deals. Here’s how they did it:
It’s all about the properties. After they get a good sense of the loft and condominium inventory in the Downtown Los Angeles area by looking at the available lofts for sale or lofts for lease online, the astute called the LA Loft Blog property viewing hotline to request an expedited showing. They read and asked questions about the lofts, buildings and neighborhoods (213) 880-9910. They looked up info and asked questions about Live/Work Lofts Downtown LA vs. Residential Studio Apartments. Shiny, sparkling clean lofts and condominiums with the latest state-of-the-art architecture and amenities, with the most modern kitchens and bathrooms can be found in the new homes. The New Lofts Interest List allowed the coming victors to know about new construction and even to see the new builds while still under construction by the developers. In addition to low purchase price and low HOA dues, the triumphant gleaned information about how to save thousands of dollars per year on property taxes with Mills Act historic lofts. Getting a low interest rate while preserving cash with a low down payment loan is most commonly achieved with an FHA or VA loan, while a low-down loft loan is the preferred choice in Downtown L.A. All condo buildings in DTLA have issues, so the prosperous found out in advance what was going on with all of the lawsuits and litigation in the desired buildings. Lastly, the effective buyers, sellers, renters and landlords checked into pocket listings so they would not miss what was happening with the best deals in town, the unlisted lofts and condominiums that are not on the internet. Congratulations on gaining the most valuable insight from the victorious on how they beat their competitors and completed successful real estate transactions in the most exciting place on earth. “To the victors go the spoils!”
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Now that the average home price in Downtown Los Angeles has surpassed $600,000 as Downtown becomes an upscale community, finding affordable bargains under $500,000 that are wise investments can be a daunting task for first-time homebuyers and those seeking a better deal without sacrificing and arm and a leg. Today, the L.A. Loft Blog provides a list of the top bargains under $500,000 based on desirability, quality, price, size, location and investment potential. Here are our picks for the best deals: #dtla #investments
738 S Los Angeles St #302 Nice size balcony, open loft with industrial character, very good bed area separation and great modern kitchen and bathroom. PHOTOS
420 S San Pedro St #613 6th Floor Little Tokyo with great parking and guest parking. PHOTOS
100 S Alameda St #142 Real bedroom with patio in prime Arts District location. PHOTOS
When considering the purchase of a Downtown Los Angeles condominium unit, buyers have much to be concerned about.
DTLA is the most exciting place on Earth because of it’s head-spinning rapid transition from blight to luxury. That kind of blitzkrieg renaissance brings with it growing pains and other pitfalls such as lawsuits and loft-lending issues. Some properties increase in value faster than others, and some have more future potential than others. Here’s a list of this week’s Downtown Top Ten investment picks based on ROI, popularity, location, cap rate, best deals and future growth potential. #top10 #dtla
738 S Los Angeles #302 – Industrial style loft with large balcony – IN ESCROW
312 W 5th St #307 – The lowest HOA dues in Downtown on this unlisted loft for sale
200 N San Fernando Rd #301 – Bigger and nicer loft for a lower price
420 S San Pedro St #516 – Friend and family love the amenities and guest parking
1130 S FLOWER ST #306 – Nice, big loft in Ritzy South Park for a great price
315 E 8TH ST #606 – Historic loft with convenient underground parking
330 W 11th ST #703 – 2 bedroom and 2 bath with lots of square footage South Park
108 W 2ND ST #212 – Large private patio in a clean attractive neighborhood
1111 S GRAND AVE #1008 – Modern soft loft with bright natural light and amenities
600 W 9TH ST #409 – 2 bath, 2 real bedrooms w/ doors that close. Balconies.
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With 54 condominium buildings in Downtown L.A. and 75 apartment rental buildings, buyers and renters face many big questions when deciding where they might want to live or invest. #top10lofts #buildings
This week’s top ten list is from the smartest urban real estate experts in the world, the amazing group of LA Loft Blog visitors, readers and subscribers. The top 10 is a combination of urban real estate properties with the greatest recent interest, most available units, highest quality and most desirable homes. Here is the list of the top 10 loft buildings based on searches performed by L.A. Loft Blog visitors.
Eckardt Lofts – Industrial style – check out the loft wth balcony at www.EckardtLoft.com Barker Block Lofts – Luxury amenities for sale, low HOA dues in the Arts District El Dorado Lofts – Stunning historic architecture for sale in the heart of the Historic Core Flower Street Lofts – Large industrial lofts for sale and lease in South Park Alta Lofts – Bigger, nicer cheaper lofts for sale with views in Lincoln Heights Elleven Lofts – Newer modern luxury soft lofts for sale in South Park 655 Hope Lofts – Supreme modern finishes for sale in prime location Restaurant Row OceanWide Plaza – Luxury high-rise new homes under construction for sale South Park Piano Lofts – Large historic industrial apartments for lease in the Historic Core
Toy Factory Lofts – Big industrial apartments for lease in the Fashion / Arts District
Top 10 Downtown LA Loft Home Search Topics #top10 #dtla
The hundreds of thousands of readers of the LA Loft Blog are the most valuable resource for information, news and insight into what is really happening in DTLA real estate. While the LA Loft Blog is the authority on urban residential real estate, we get our power and influence from our connections with the buyers, sellers, renters and landlords of Downtown L.A.
The real value of the L.A. Loft Blog comes from the knowledge, experience and thoughtfulness of our readers in their pursuit of lofts for lease, homes for sale, condominiums, houses with character, along with renters and buyers of these amazing abodes. Here is the week’s list of the Top 10 topics of search that shows exactly what is on the minds of the the most amazing people on Earth, the readers of the L.A. Loft Blog:
REAL ESTATE NEWS – (Downtown LA) Here’s the new top ten list showing what the thousands of readers of the L.A. Loft Blog are searching for, interested in and looking at the most this week: #lofts #top10list
The L.A. Loft Blog and Corey Chambers posted an incorrect sold price on the property recently closed at 108 W 2nd St #705. The correct sold price was $396,000. Corey Chambers and the L.A. Loft Blog regret the error. Here’s the corrected sold ad graphic.