New Townhomes and Luxury High-rise Tower Condominiums in L.A.
The gateway to modern living, new town house condos are now under construction with several spacious new townhomes and other condominium being built in the picturesque heart of L.A. #newhomes #losangeles
In a place as unique as the streets themselves, the new home projects under construction promise to bring a new sense of style to Los Angeles. Unique architectural designs, 3-story townhomes, up to 2,111 sq. ft. of living space. In some of the most popular walking areas, new residents are sure to enjoy diverse boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants just steps from the front door. With home prices starting in the high $500s, the personality and proximity go hand-in-hand, making home a place as unique as the owner. Under construction and nearing completion, luxury high-rise studios to three-story town houses are nearing completion with up to 3 bedrooms and 3 baths.
Situated high above DTLA, new gated communities awaken the senses and inspire movement throughout the day. Three-story townhomes with stunning views, chic interiors and easy access to work and play are guaranteed to change life in LA.
New homes are under construction in Downtown Los Angeles, Elysian Valley, Frog Town, Chinatown, Elysian Park, Figueroa Corridor, Highland Park and other neighborhoods near Downtown Los Angeles.
Some of these neighborhoods have been listed as the leading choices in the L.A. Loft Blog’s list of top up-and-coming neighborhoods of Los Angeles. | NEW HOMES
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Best Deals in Condominiums in Downtown L.A. #dtla #bestdeals #homes
The best deals go quickly. That’s why smart home buyers know how to look for special deals that offer better homes, more amazing lofts, at lower prices and with higher profit potential.
Best Deal Types
New Construction Homes – New build homes are often a better deal because they are newer, latest technology and highest construction quality, at very competitive prices.
Mills Act Homes – The state of California, along with counties and cities provide a big discount on property taxes to owners of qualified historic lofts and buildings.
Distress Sale – When a seller needs to sell quickly for any reason, or when the seller is having difficulty selling due to physical or legal condition of the property, it opesn up the possibility of better negotiating power for the buyer, and a lower price.
Bank Owned – When a homeowner can’t pay the mortgage on time, the bank takes over the property and sells it for whatever the market will bear, often at a low price.
For Sale By Owner ( FSBO ) – Some owners prefer to sell their home themselves rather than using a listing agent. This can create a great opportunity for buyers to negotiate a lower price.
Expired – When a home is listed for sale but does not sell, it creates an opportunity to offer a lower price.
Foreclosures – When home was not paid for on time, the property is taken over by another party, who often sells it quickly at a lower price.
REO – Real Estate Owned is a class of property owned by a lender, typically a bank, government agency, or government loan insurer, after an unsuccessful sale at a foreclosure auction.
Company Owned – Refers to a bank-owned property that is taken over due to a foreclosure or similar action.
Estate Sale – When a homeowner passes away, the family or other heirs inherit and sell the property to distribute to the funds fairly to the new owners.
Probate Sale – When a homeowner dies without a proper trust, a judge must oversee the transfer and sale of the property.
In Escrow – Many prospective home buyers give up when they hear that a desirable property is already in escrow with another buyer. Rather than giving up, the buyer can and should take steps to be an official back-up buyer.
Under Contract – A residential purchase agreement has already been signed, but the agreement may be canceled. Buyers can put in a back-up offer to take advantage of canceled contracts.
On Hold – The seller has decided not to sell the property for a certain period of time. The seller is likely making preparations to sell, and smart buyers will place an offer and then follow up frequently to get a great deal.
Vacant – Nobody is living at the property, so the seller could be paying mortgage and losing a lot of money. The seller might drop the price drastically, giving the buyer an excellent deal.
Divorce Sale – One of the fastest growing deal types, divorces are commonplace in Southern California, and create an opportunity where the property must sell more quickly, often at a lower price.
Auction – The property sells to the highest bidder, often at a below-market price. The auction process is often used for unsold new homes, foreclosures and bank-owned homes.
Pre-auction – When a home owner is late in mortgage payments, the property gets listed as a pre-auction. Most auction listings are actually pre-auctions that will never go to auction, but offer a great chance to put in a profitable offer to the owner even if the unit is not listed for sale.
Pre-foreclosure – Before going into foreclosure, the property owner is often open to considering unsolicited offers, an excellent opportunity for savvy home buyers.
Raw Lofts – Loft developers sometimes do not complete every unit in a loft conversion development. These raw lofts often sell at a lower price similar to other unfinished construction homes.
Off Market – Any property that is not listed on the MLS as Active is an off-market property. These reduced-visibility listings and unlisted homes offer superior opportunities to get a lower price when other buyers do not see them.
Private Listings – Some home sellers do not want the general public to know that they are selling their home, so the seller chooses to keep the listing private and only offer to show it to buyers who are qualified.
Unlisted – Properties that are not listed on the real estate professional’s MLS Multiple Listing Service. With less competition, buyers can get a better deal and an easier negotiating process.
Pocket Listings – When a listing agent does not make the property information available to all other agents, the buyer can often get a better deal due to reduced competition.
Need To Sell Now – Homes that need to be sold immediately provide an excellent deal for buyers who are fully prepared and ready to grab a bargain.
Short Sales – When a home seller owes more than the property is worth, the seller can sell the property with the lender’s permission in a short sale. Short sales take longer and require twice as much negotiations, with the seller and also with the seller’s lender.
Unclaimed Homes – Any home that has not yet closed escrow can present a super deal for the buyer when the buyer implements superior search, bargaining and negotiating strategies.
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NEW HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION – See the town homes today!
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Fig & 50 Walk New Homes in Highland Park Los Angeles
Described by the new home builder as “Highland Park’s gateway to modern living,” Fig & Fifty Walk is now under construction with 29 spacious new townhomes. #fig&fifty #newhomes
In a place as unique as the streets themselves, Fig & Fifty developer Olson Homes promises to bring a new sense of style to the iconic Figueroa Corridor in Highland Park. Fig and Fifty’s unique architectural design features 3-story townhomes, each with up to 2,111 sq. ft. of living space. Steps from the popular York Boulevard, residents are sure to enjoy diverse boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants just steps from the front door. With home prices starting in the high $500s, Fig & Fifty’s personality and proximity go hand-in-hand, making home a place as unique as the owner. Under construction and nearing completion, three-story town houses are nearing completion with up to 3 bedrooms and 3 baths.
Neighborhoods that were previously cheaper and not attractive but are now improving and appear to have above average growing potential comprise the LA Loft Blog list of Up and Coming Neighborhoods in Los Angeles. These gold mines have attracted new, cool and hip stores, along with public amenities.. #upandcoming #neighborhoods #losangeles
It is debatable if some of these neighborhoods have already peaked. Looking at the home prices, Downtown Los Angeles has already arrived. But when looking at opportunities for improvement, DTLA could still easily be considered up-and-coming because of the opportunities to improve Skid Row and other parts of Downtown. Here are some more upandcoming neighborhoods that have already arrived, followed by neighborhoods that are truly at the infancy of cool:
exciting place on Earth, DTLA has arrived yet exploding. Highland Park – Been up-and-coming for 10 years Glassell Park – Long one of the most asked for neighborhoods near Downtown Eagle Rock – Already arrived, not quite to Silver Lake level Mount Washington – Views of Downtown Mar Vista – Along with Palms, between Culver City and Santa Monica
TRUE UP AND COMING: Frogtown ( Elysian Valley ) – Cool stuff on the LA River! Soon to be on the Already Arrived list! Cypress Park – It’s the new Glassell Park City Terrace – Park views and hills near Downtown L.A. Lincoln Heights – Lofts make it the up and coming new Arts District West Adams – Returning to its glory days, gentrifying awesome Spanish architecture
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Now that Downtown LA has experienced several years of rapid price increases, more prospective home buyers are looking outside of Downtown for a more affordable price range. While Downtown still has some bargains for loft lovers (check out the NEW LOFTS Coming Soon), twice as many potential buyers are looking at condos and houses in neighboring communities. Some neighborhoods, such as Lincoln Heights have long been popular loft-loving communities with converted industrial buildings such as Alta Lofts. Silver Lake and Hollywood are on par with Downtown in terms of interesting shops, dining and entertainment. Here is the newly expanded list of neighborhoods and homes for sale in and out of Downtown.
More and more prospective Downtowners have been choosing instead to buy condominiums and single family homes outside of Downtown in the nearby neighborhoods of Glassell Park, Mount Washington, Hollywood, Lincoln Heights, Echo Park, Silver Lake, Highland Park, Pico Union, Koreatown, Boyle Heights, Northeast Los Angeles and South Los Angeles. Here’s are the current homes for sale outside of Dowtown:
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7 Things You Must Know Before Putting Your Los Angeles Home Up for Sale
Downtown Los Angeles – A new report has just been released which reveals 7 costly mistakes that most homeowners make when selling their home, and a 9 Step System that can help you sell your home fast and for the most amount of money. This industry report shows clearly how the traditional ways of selling homes have become increasingly less and less effective in today’s market. The fact of the matter is that fully three quarters of homesellers don’t get what they want for their homes and become disillusioned and – worse – financially disadvantaged when they put their homes on the market.
As this report uncovers, most homesellers make 7 deadly mistakes that cost them literally thousands of dollars. The good news is that each and every one of these mistakes is entirely preventable. In answer to this issue, industry insiders have prepared a free special report entitled “The 9 Step System to Get Your Home Sold Fast and For Top Dollar”.
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