LOFTS FOR LEASE

LOFTS FOR LEASE IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

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If you’d like free assistance to find properties in Downtown Los Angeles, call Corey Chambers (213) 880-9910

If you’d like more assistance to find properties in Downtown Los Angeles, call Corey Chambers (213) 478-0499

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Corey Chambers
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200 San Fernando Road #119 Los Angeles CA 90031

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40 Replies to “LOFTS FOR LEASE”

  1. Hi Corey, I love the idea of buying a loft in downtown LA rather than renting it, but is monthly payments would be significantly higher when you buy VS. renting?

    – Edward G.

    1. Thank you for your question Edward. Unless you have a large down payment, the monthly mortgage PITI with HOA dues will be higher than renting. The reason is that homeowners get … a homeowner gains unlimited increasing equity while a renter suffers unlimited rent increases. U.S. News and World Report have 10 reasons to own instead of renting http://money.usnews.com/money/personal-finance/articles/2012/04/24/10-reasons-to-buy-instead-of-rent and L.A. Condo Info has a free report called “How to Stop Paying Rent and Own Your Own Home at http://www.NoRentLA.com

  2. Hi Corey,
    Thank you for answering my question and sending me links.
    I definitely interested in buying a loft in DTLA, but I need to be more financially stable.
    I’m looking forward to be in touch with you and reading more of your blog.

    Sincerely,
    – Edward Grad

    1. I understand what you mean. I have been wanting to buy real estate since 1990, but could not afford it until 2012. That was a long 22 years! It’s never to early to start preparing to make what is usually the largest investment in our life.

  3. Looking for a loft between $1700- $2100
    Please send me a list. My credit isn’t great but I have a cosigner if needed. Looking at a move in date asap.
    Jason

  4. Looking for a space in downtown area can be difficult. The best units are usually private listed and you need a realtor who has access to private listings. Working with this team was a breeze. They were patient, helpful and they genuinely care for you.

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