REAL ESTATE NEWS — What are the areas of Downtown L.A. that have the most recent sales and resales?
High turnover can present greater opportunities for growth, while low turnover can offer more calm and stability. Just ten streets in Downtown Los Angeles recorded more than 40% of all of the high turnover, the largest number of buyers and sellers quickly buying and selling: S Grand Ave, S Alameda St, S Hope St, S San Pedro St, S Grand, W 1st St, Montecito Dr, W 9th St, S Los Angeles St and S Broadway. #dtla #downtownla #turnover
Here is the complete Top 10 Turnover List for DTLA:
Street, Units Sold, $ Volume, Share, Cumulative Share, Avg Days On Market, Avg Sale Amount, Avg Sale to Asking Price Ratio, @100%, Row
S Grand Ave
S Alameda St
S Hope St
S San Pedro St
W 1st St
For Downtown Los Angeles Condominiums, safety and convenience are always concerns. Many home buyers find that a security staff is a necessity for them to feel safe, secure and protected. Here is a list of loft and condominium buildings in DTLA with 24-hour security staff: #dtla #security
When it comes to Downtown Los Angeles, the uniqueness of commercial and industrial conversions brings awesomeness and stylish character that ordinary homes cannot deliver. Because they are different, there is definitely a right way, a wrong way — and then there is the loft way. #dtla #lofts #subway
Live/work lofts are basically just large empty boxes that are waiting for someone to add their personal touches such as furniture, decor and love. Because they built for permanent heavy duty use, and approved for live-work under the City of Los Angeles Adaptive Re-Use Ordinance, DTLA lofts are ready for just about anything that a creative mind needs for enjoying life and productivity. When it comes to furnishing a loft, there is no right way, and no wrong way. The loft way provides for the fullest range of possibilities.
Take SB Grand Building for instance with its Metro subway station entrance right next door, it makes for profits and posh lifestyles as the historic structure efficiency combines with rapidly increasing community amenities such as Pershing Square, in addition to the countless walkable shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment venues to provide endless possibilities for the richest urban lifestyle with every form of fast and efficient transportation.
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Enjoy Downtown life in a spacious historic open floor plan. Modern open loft with fantastic NYC-like character on Broadway and Historic Core. Private balcony facing original brick courtyard. Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Wood floors. Washer and dryer in unit. Large soaking bath tub. Open and airy living space with high ceilings, A/C and heat. Excellent downtown location near Farmers Market, Grand Central market. Minutes to Whole Foods, Ralph’s and great shopping and dining. The building features 24-hr security front desk concierge, rooftop sun deck, swimming pool and hot tub spa with panoramic views of the Downtown Los Angeles skyline, fitness room gym. Wired for cable and Internet. Low HOA dues. Pets okay. Great for Downtown live/work! Parking in building available. By Metro station, Pershing Square concerts in Summer and ice skating Winter. Stroll through the renaissance of Broadway, with coming street car as part of the Bringing Back Broadway project. This is the lowest price per square foot on a spacious Downtown L.A. loft. Corey (213) 880-9910.
The best deals can be hard to find. Many prospective Downtown home buyers are not aware that the best buys are not on the internet, and not listed on the MLS. These unlisted lofts and condos are called pocket listings or off-market homes. Sometimes up to half of the best deals are purchased privately and not on the market.
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Hip, chic industrial style for creative live/work urban loft living #dtla
Enjoy Downtown life in a spacious historic open floor plan. Modern open loft with fantastic NYC-like character on Broadway and Historic Core. Private balcony facing original brick courtyard. Modern kitchen open to the living area. Wood floors. Washer and dryer in unit. Large soaking bath tub. Open and airy living space with high ceilings, A/C and heat. Excellent downtown location near Farmers Market, Grand Central market. Minutes to Whole Foods, Ralph’s and great shopping and dining. The building features 24-hr security front desk concierge, fitness room, rooftop sun deck, pool, hot tub with panoramic views of the Downtown Los Angeles skyline. Wired for cable and Internet. Low HOA dues. Pets okay. Great for Downtown live/work! Parking in building available. By Metro station, Pershing Square concerts in Summer and ice skating Winter. Stroll through the renaissance of Broadway, with coming street car as part of the Bringing Back Broadway project. #livework #lofts | Details
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Along with timeless beauty and character, some amazing old buildings provide big savings on home taxes. Get a free list of Mills Act historic and industrial live/work lofts with property tax benefits. Fill out the online form:
Downtown LA Lofts and Condos That Have Sold in the Last 30 Days
Property listing seller asking prices can be way too high, way too low or exactly right on the money. When it comes to home values and knowing the current market, there is no better way to keep it real than by looking at what people recently paid with their hard-earned money. That’s how to find the right price. This list of recently sold Downtown properties is just that: #lofts #dtla #sold | sold-dtla-171210
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Avoid 6 Costly Errors When Moving to a Larger Home and Save Thousands
Unlike the experience of buying a first home, when you’re looking to move-up, and already own a home, there are certain factors that can complicate the situation. It’s very important for you to consider these issues before you list your home for sale. Not only is there the issue of financing to consider, but you also have to sell your present home at exactly the right time in order to avoid either the financial burden of owning two homes or, just as bad, the dilemma of having no place to live during the gap between closings.
So many readers enjoyed seeing the Top 10 Posts yesterday that we are going to show you today what they looked at after they saw the top ten list from the previous days. This time, Mills Act showed up prominently as it should since many DTLA loft buyers are paying attention to Mills Act lofts lately. Here are yesterdays most viewed top ten posts:
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.
DOWNTOWN REAL ESTATE MARKET
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
Buyers save big on property taxes with historic Mills Act lofts. Get a free list of the most popular Mills Act lofts in Downtown Los Angeles. Fill out the online form: