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Home values are still on the rise in Los Angeles. Receive a detailed listing of all recent home sales and all active listings in your area. #sold #dtla #homeprices
Seeing what sold recently is a great way for home sellers and buyers to know what the real values are in today’s Downtown L.A. real estate market. See all properties, listed and unlisted, recently sold around Downtown Los Angeles:
Find out what your neighbor’s loft sold for. Get a FREE list of recent condo sales in Downtown Los Angeles. Did you know that up to 45% of Downtown lofts sold in the last three years were off-market, unlisted and other pocket listings not on the MLS? To receive a detailed listing of all recent home sales and all active listings in your area, it is free to use the L.A. Condo Information website at http://www.lacondoinfo.com/gold_findout.asp, CLICK HERE or fill out the online form:
Because Mills Act homes have become the most popular topic as chosen by readers of the L.A. Loft Blog, this post will get 2018 started off in big way with a complete list of historic Mills Act condominiums and single family homes available for sale in Southern California. As Mae West and Liberace agreed, “Too much of a good thing is… WONDERFUL”, so here are complete lists of all types of Mills Act residential properties all over Los Angeles, Pasadena, Palm Springs and other popular SoCal destinations. #millsact #homesforsale #socal
The more information that we’ve provided, the more insatiable that readers have become in wanting more and more details and data on these amazing homes with stunning beauty, ornate detail, rare features and property tax benefits and beautiful character that can never be reproduced by new homes. Owners of these special properties report that they usually save about 2/3 off the typical property taxes! | MILLS ACT
Because condos are the most popular with LA Loft Blog readers, we will start off with a list of historic and industrial Mills Act Condos Just Listed For Sale. Some of these are live/work lofts with high ceilings, while others are in old, antique aged condo buildings with unique architectural styles that have been well maintained to retain all or most of their original look and features. mills-act-condos-socal-2018 (pdf)
For those with families, or anyone who wants their own yard or real bedrooms with doors that close, sometimes a single family house is preferred. Mills Act approved historic traditional-style homes, along with amazing historic estates for sale can be found here: mills-act-homes-socal-p (pdf)
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Location is everything, and transportation and walkability are key components in a home’s value. As the local Los Angeles Metrorail system grows, more and more home buyers are finding that they want to invest and live near the convenience and cost-effective transport hubs, stops and stations.
To help locate these rail-convenient lofts, condos and houses available for purchase, the L.A Loft Blog presents a map, list, free information and additional resources that make it easier for prospective homebuyers to find these amazing urban homes for sale near public transportation, shopping, dining and entertainment.
Because these homes are positioned to take advantage of a continuously growing and improving transportation system, they stand to gain extraordinary equity over time as the cost-effectiveness of the Metro continues to make gains.
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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.
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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Downtown Los Angeles Homes For – Sale Best Loft and Condos Deals in DTLA
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It’s fun to walk around Downtown Los Angeles, especially when one can pop right in to see the lofts and condominiums for sale. #openhouse #downtownlosangeles
Take a gander at the amazing architecture of the buildings, the walkable locations and open floor plans of the live/work historic and industrial lofts. Some of them have ultra high ceilings and 2-story lofts with mezzanine bed areas. Many have lots of windows and natural light, and some are decked out in the latest hip, chic style of furniture and decor. Stroll on in and take a look. Here are this week’s open house homes for sale in DTLA:
Prospective Downtowners on a home search should never forget about the amazing deals on unlisted lofts, pocket listings and off-market properties in Downtown LA. Get a list of all open house homes for sale just listed in the Downtown L.A. area. Fill out the online form:
Hot, New listings in Downtown LA – Loft and Condominium
Beat out the other buyers to the best deals by seeing the Downtown properties first. The best deals go quickly. By seeing them as soon as they are just listed, or, even better — before they are listed, one can get a jump on all of the competition and prevent the biggest problem for buyers in a hot market, getting outbid by other buyers. #justlisted #dtla
Here are some of the most powerful tips and tricks to help prospective new Downtowners to find bargains and nab the deal of a lifetime. See the properties the same day that they come onto the market, OR EARLIER with pocket listings, unlisted and off-market lofts and condos for sale! Take a look at the homes for sale online and get access to the properties that are not on the internet, and not known to most real estate professionals. Get a guarantee in writing that the home will be satisfactory and will stay satisfactory for several years with “love your home” guarantee and free warranty. Get a guarantee in writing that the home will go into escrow for thousands less than the asking price. See lofts and condos in all neighborhoods of DTLA, and lofty houses for sale in other nearby up-and-coming cool neighborhoods.
Hi Friends! Thanks for checking out the LA Loft Blog open house special update to find out what’s happening in Downtown Los Angeles this weekend. For those who are thinking about owning a loft or traditional condominium unit in the most exciting place on earth, there’s no better way to get started than by walking in and taking a look with your own eyes at an open house. #lofts #openhouse #dtla
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Yesterday, thousands of readers were gripped by the LA Loft Blog post that went viral across the internet. Real estate is one of the best investments for the new year. It’s the biggest investment made by the average person, but does not need to be an extremely large investment. #rental #income #homes
With its amazing transformation, Downtown Los Angeles attracts up to 100 new residents per day. And did you know that the Downtown area now provides more than 500,000 jobs? Yes, it’s true. The neighborhood that many had left for dead in the 1980’s is now one of the leading hotspots for all kinds of opportunities. Check out yesterday’s list of the top 5 best Downtown real estate investments. The post went viral and was the most read post of the past 30 days. It’s at https://laloftblog.com/2017/01/02/top-10-investments-for-2017/
While Downtown lofts are super exciting to many first time Downtown home buyers and investors, most buyers cannot afford the $657,214 average price of a Downtown loft, and they cannot afford to carry the property at a loss until it finally reaches a positive cash flow. Take a look at the property pin map above that shows negative cash flow properties in Downtown (red pins) and then see the positive cash flow of some other American neighborhoods (green pins) below. This is the fastest method that real estate professionals use to determine investment value and profitabiity.
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