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By Deborah Bremner | Agent in 90049
  • Beverly Hills 90210 stats: Week at a Glance

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Beverly Hills, Home Buying in Beverly Hills, Home Selling in Beverly Hills  |  February 4, 2011 3:46 PM  |  629 views  |  No comments

    In the past 7 days, there were 16 new listings, 75 price reductions and 21 foreclosures in 90210.  The average listing price went up 0.62% to $5,648,929 from prior week.  The median sales price in 90210 went up 29.81% to $2,140,000 from prior quarter.  The average price per square foot  went down 5.67% to $699/sqft from prior quarter.  There are 14 upcoming open houses this week. 

    Deborah Bremner
    The Bremner Group at Coldwell Banker
    REALTOR, 00588885, 
    ABR, CDPE, eAgent, CSP, SFR, HRC, CRE
    (O) 310-571-1364 DIRECT
    (D) 818.564.6591
  • Beverly Hills 90210 stats: Week at a Glance

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in 90210, In My Neighborhood in 90210  |  January 14, 2011 9:12 AM  |  1,132 views  |  No comments

    In the past 7 days, there were 10 new listings, 68 price reductions and 22 foreclosures in 90210.  The average listing price  went up 0.85% to $5,788,988 from prior week.  The median sales price in 90210 went up 26.83% to $2,090,884 from prior quarter.  The average price per square foot went down 9.85% to $668/sqft from prior quarter.  There was 1 sold property in 90210 in the past 60 days.  There are 22 upcoming open houses this week. 

    Deborah Bremner
    The Bremner Group at Coldwell Banker
    REALTOR, 00588885, 
    ABR, CDPE, eAgent, CSP, SFR, HRC, CRE
    (O) 310-571-1364 DIRECT
    (D) 818.564.6591
  • Beverly Hills Weekly Market Update-Week of January 9, 2011

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Beverly Hills, Home Buying in Beverly Hills, Home Selling in Beverly Hills  |  January 13, 2011 1:47 PM  |  596 views  |  No comments

    Attached is the report for the week of January 9, 2011 for Beverly Hills, CA.  I hope you find it useful. If you are interested in a specific neighborhood market, don't hesitate to ask.  I'd be happy to help.

    (download)

    Deborah Bremner
    The Bremner Group at Coldwell Banker
    REALTOR, 00588885, 
    ABR, CDPE, eAgent, CSP, SFR, HRC, CRE
    (O) 310-571-1364 DIRECT
    (D) 818.564.6591
  • Beverly Hills Monthly Foreclosure Report January 2011

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Beverly Hills, Home Selling in Beverly Hills, Foreclosure in Beverly Hills  |  January 9, 2011 5:21 PM  |  685 views  |  No comments
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    My work as a Home Retention Specialist and Realtor gives me an interesting vantage point on the hidden marketplace of foreclosure.  There are 62 pre-foreclosures (active NOD's) right now in Beverly Hills, along with 66 bank owned homes (already foreclosed, waiting to market) and 96 waiting for auction (date scheduled).  These numbers are up, but only slightly, from last month.  This "shadow inventory" will affect the market, whether you are a buyer or seller.  If you're wondering what this means for you, call me for a quiet conversation.  If you would like to see a list of the foreclosures in your neighborhood, let me know. 
    When the real estate market shifts, it can create tough situations for homeowners. If you know someone that is struggling with home ownership because of a job loss or other life-changing event, please let them know I may be able to help.   We are all in this housing crunch together, and as a real estate professional, it is my job to know what types of solutions are available for people that may be in a tough position.
    Deborah Bremner
    The Bremner Group at Coldwell Banker
    REALTOR, 00588885, 
    ABR, CDPE, eAgent, CSP, SFR, HRC, CRE
    (O) 310-571-1364 DIRECT
    (D) 818.564.6591
  • Progress Made on Roxbury Park Redevelopment Master Plan

    Posted Under: Quality of Life in Beverly Hills, Parks & Recreation in Beverly Hills, In My Neighborhood in Beverly Hills  |  September 2, 2010 10:53 AM  |  1,368 views  |  No comments
    The City Council approves a redevelopment consultant's contract extension and receives a petition in favor of the project.
    The City Council approved an $844,600 purchase order at its Aug. 31 meeting to keep Hirsch and Associates on as consultants for the Roxbury Park Community Center's redevelopment.
    Mildred Heller, president of the Beverly Hills Active Adult Club, was on hand at the meeting to voice her support for the project. Many activities and services for adults and seniors take place at the community center.
    "We strongly urge you to do everything in your power to make the Roxbury Park Master Plan a reality," Heller said. She was holding a petition with the names of 150 residents who support the redevelopment. "People are really anxious about this."
    The Roxbury Park Master Plan was approved by the council in May 2008. It calls for the teardown and replacement of the current community center and a renovation of the surrounding park area. The estimated cost of the project is $14 million.
    "I think as a community we spend money upgrading our libraries and Greystone [Mansion], yet we have been neglecting Roxbury Park for well over a decade and a half," Vice Mayor Barry Brucker said. "I'm so anxious to support this because this is good for all of our community."
    Councilman William Brien echoed Brucker's sentiments.
    "At the end of the day, we'll put people to work in building this project and it will be a capital asset for this community," Brien said. "All of the residents in the community who will be using these facilities will thank this council."
    But not all council members were as optimistic.
    "My problem with the whole Roxbury plan is not the $800,000 now, but it's the $14 million," Councilman John Mirisch said, referring to the cost of construction and renovations. "I didn't support it before, and I'm not going to support it this time."
    Councilwoman Nancy Krasne, who says she considers herself an active, Social Security-collecting senior, supports the idea of improving the community center but believes the city has bigger issues to deal with first.
    "I have to prioritize things and the first thing I have to prioritize is the city's electricity," Krasne said. "Electricity in this community is not a luxury, but a necessity of life. If I had to choose a way to spend my money, I'm going electricity first and the park second."
    Mayor Jimmy Delshad, who initially was against funding the project, was swayed by Heller's petition.
    "You've presented a document that has more than 100 names on it," Delshad said. "I really believe the city of Beverly Hills deserves more...at this point, I'm going to vote yes on this."
    Deborah Bremner
    REALTOR, 00588885
    ABR, CDPE, eAgent, CSP, SFR, HRC, CRE
    (O) 310-571-1364 DIRECT
    (D) 818.564.6591
    Courtesy AOL Government
  • Beverly Hills Monthly Foreclosure Report, July 2010

    Posted Under: Foreclosure in Beverly Hills  |  July 26, 2010 1:55 PM  |  696 views  |  1 comment
    My work as a Home Retention Specialist and Realtor gives me an interesting vantage point on the hidden marketplace of foreclosure.  There are 50 pre-foreclosures (active NOD's) right now in Beverly Hills, along with 49 bank owned homes (already foreclosed, waiting to market) and 80 waiting for auction (date scheduled).  This "shadow inventory" will affect the market, whether you are a buyer or seller.  If you're wondering what this means for you, call me for a quiet conversation.

    When the real estate market shifts, it can create tough situations for homeowners. If you know someone that is struggling with home ownership because of a job loss or other life-changing event, please let them know I may be able to help.   We are all in this housing crunch together, and as a real estate professional, it is my job to know what types of solutions are available for people that may be in a tough position.

    Deborah Bremner
    REALTOR, 00588885
    Certified Short Sale Professional
    Certified Home Retention Specialist
  • Beverly Hills Weekly Foreclosure Report 3.20.10

    Posted Under: Foreclosure in Beverly Hills  |  March 20, 2010 6:02 PM  |  252 views  |  No comments
    My work as a Home Retention Specialist and Realtor gives me an interesting vantage point on the hidden marketplace of foreclosure.  There are 50 active NOD's right now in Beverly Hills, along with 45 bank owned homes.  This "shadow inventory" will affect the market, whether you are a buyer or seller.  If you're wondering what this means for you, call me for a quiet conversation.

    When the real estate market shifts, it can create tough situations for homeowners. If you know someone that is struggling with home ownership because of a job loss or other life-changing event, please let them know I may be able to help.   We are all in this housing crunch together, and as a real estate professional, it is my job to know what types of solutions are available for people that may be in a tough position.
    Deborah Bremner
    REALTOR, 00588885
    Certified Short Sale Professional
    Certified Home Retention Specialist
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