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Rafael Gevor…, Real Estate Pro in Burbank, CA
Rafael Gevorkian answered:
room addition construction cost per sq ft in North Hollywood, Ca
Construction Prices have changed quite a bit in the last 5 years. With cost of materials increasing day by day I have seen costs range from $150-$400 a square foot. It really depends ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Oct 17, 2014 In My Neighborhood in 91606
Rafael Gevor…, Real Estate Pro in Burbank, CA
Rafael Gevorkian answered:
Suggestions for reading to educate myself?
Here is a blog that provides monthly insite on the the Los Angeles Market and where it is headed.

http://www.johnhartrealestate.com/blog/2014/09/los-angeles-palmdale-real-estate-fore ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Oct 17, 2014 Home Buying in 91606
Rafael Gevor…, Real Estate Pro in Burbank, CA
Rafael Gevorkian answered:
2 additional bedrms where build to my 2bedrm home at the same time 10 yrs ago. now i'm trying to sell and the home shows 3bed 2 bath. what?
I would suggest you get a Permit Report.

Permit Report is a document that includes available building and other permits that have been issued for the subject property. Permit Report ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Oct 17, 2014 Home Selling in 91606
Gabriela Pon…, Other/Just Looking in North Hollywood, CA
Gabriela Ponce asked:
Recording a property with only copies of the deed transfer??? My parents home was transfer to my name in order for it not to be an inconvenience for their divorce. Now we are trying to sell the property and it still shows all 3 of our names on the…
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 17, 2013 Home Selling in 91606
Al Goldberg, Real Estate Pro in Beverly Hills, CA
Al Goldberg answered:
Estimate price for this property.

What you get for your property and what it is worth are two totally different dollar amounts. It depends on how your agent markets it. I recently sold a property for $1.070,000 ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 2, 2013 Home Buying in 91606
Felix Hung, Real Estate Pro in Irvine, CA
Felix Hung answered:
Is there such a thing as a 90 day escrow?
Yes, but it will specifically be based on what the seller and buyer can agree on.
1 vote Share Flag Sun Oct 28, 2012 Home Buying in 91606
arleneconrad, Renter in 91606
arleneconrad answered:
Hi. I share an apartment with 4 people. Due to an arguement, they want me to move. I am on the lease. What are my rights?
Thank you for your response. I figured as such. I came home to a letter on my bed asking that I leave. To move, I would have to break my lease and that is my choice, correct?
0 votes Share Flag Sat Sep 15, 2012 Rental Basics in 91606
Darrell D. D…, Real Estate Pro in Schertz, TX
Darrell D. Drouillard answered:
How many days after closing escrow does the seller have to move out of the home?
Ditto to all my colleagues comments!! My only 2 cents to add is that a buyer should always do a final walk through of the property prior to closing. The reason is to ensure the proper ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun May 27, 2012 Home Selling in 91606
Richard Litt…, Real Estate Pro in Orange, CA
Richard Littlefield answered:
Are you allowed to have any pets? small dog under 20 pounds
They are not required to rent to people with dogs unless they are service dogs.
0 votes Share Flag Tue Oct 25, 2011 In My Neighborhood in 91606
Anna M Brocco, Real Estate Pro in Williston Park, NY
Anna M Brocco answered:
how safe for kids is this area?
In addition to asking the local police department all your safety related questions--if you are not too familiar with the area, do visit again more than once and at different times of d ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Nov 5, 2010 In My Neighborhood in 91606
Connie Wilda…, Real Estate Pro in Long Beach, CA
Connie Wildasinn answered:
Home Equity Loan vs. Conventional Loan?
7 units is not conventional financing... this is commerical lending... ie: more $$ down, building will have to be rated, lender will look at the rents and rent scales to the neighborhoo ... more
1 vote Share Flag Tue Jun 8, 2010 Financing in 91606
Yanni Raz, Real Estate Pro in los angeles, CA
Yanni Raz answered:
Why do the Banks shy away from the FHA loans on properties?
FHA loans takes time. They're really busy these days.
Most banks are looking for buyers that will put more down payment to show real interest in the property.
Some FHA loans don't clo ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 20, 2009 Home Buying in 91606
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