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Peterthesong…, Home Buyer in Silver Lake, Los Ang...

Hi heres a curly 1, im an aust resident and want to move to LA (Vy??) and am looking for a 2 bedplace in a artsy place in la what is the range pls?

Asked by Peterthesongman, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, CA Tue Sep 29, 2009

also are prices falling due to the recession etc also what areas ive heard silverlake? dunno Pete

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There is the Arts District in Downtown L.A. I specialize in the Downtown area if you are interested. Are you looking for a rental or purchase? I am happy to help you out with either. I can even send you some listings on a daily basis with a little more information. Whether it be a lease or a purchase, I will work hard for you! Customer Service is my #1 priority!


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Melissa Hathorn
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Feb 27, 2014
Los Angeles is a huge city with many artsy communities, each with its own price range and features/ benefits. I've lived here my entire life, and worked as a Realtor for the past 33 years on the Westside of Los Angeles (Downtown LA to the ocean, inc. Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, etc.) I've lived in Venice, famously arty, and have represented many clients in the arts who have lived in West Hollywood, Hollywood Hills, Silverlake, etc. Neighborhoods continue to change, but I'm confident you can feel at home. What is your price range? Are you a walker, or is your car your best friend? Do you like big, modern conveniences, or do you prefer a small community feel, with boutiques and tiny hole-in-the -wall joints?
I suggest you look at my blog post entitled "Moving to L.A.? Let's Talk Neighborhoods" (… ) to give you a really in depth view of some of the local communities.
Then call me; I'd be happy to help.
Debbie Bremner
The Bremner Group at Coldwell Banker
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 29, 2009
Silverlake, Echo Park, Glassell Park (some areas) and Eagle Rock. I f you want to rent you can rent a room in a nice area for $500 a month up, or if you want to buy plan on $350,000 for a condo or $475,ooo min for a house. If you can be more explicit about you needs and provide an email address I can send you some properties. Let me know price, bedrooms, baths and if you wish to rent or purchase...Patricia Phillips at
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