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Gdudjsudi, Home Buyer in ,
Gdudjsudi asked:
How can people afford $700k HOUSES in Los Angeles in 2013? My husband and I recently moved from Texas and now make in the $200 range combi ... Angeles. We've been house hunting to immense frustration. In Los Angeles, it is impossible to ...
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 27, 2016 Home Buying in Los Angeles
nachyaonline, Home Buyer in Culver City, CA
nachyaonline asked:
Advice on buying a old home I really like a town house in west LA. It is selling for 370$ / sq ft which is decent or even cheap for west LA. There is some minor wear and tear and there are some cosmetic defects, w...
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jan 12, 2016 Home Buying in West Los Angeles
Investca, Home Buyer in Los Angeles, CA
Investca asked:
I have 750K Cash to invest in real estate in SoCal. Where will I get the best deals/returns in the current market? I have perfect credit buy have been living outside the US for ten years. Looking to invest for about 5 years. Looking at SFH, Multi, land for building.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Nov 19, 2015 Home Buying in Los Angeles
Wdr1, Home Buyer in Santa Monica, CA
Wdr1 asked:
What would it cost to tear down and rebuild a new home on our lot? We have a relatively small home, built in the 40s, on a large lot. The floorplan & layout on the lot is such that I think it would be better to tear down & rebuild.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Dec 28, 2013 Remodel & Renovate in Santa Monica
usc1968, Home Owner in Los Angeles, CA
usc1968 asked:
I'd like to add a 400 sq.ft. bedroom with its own bathroom and closet above my e ... . What am I looking at cost-wise (per square foot)? ... I want to construction to be high quality. I need a 'ballpark' estimate. Or, you can give a low and high rang ...
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jan 22, 2013 Remodel & Renovate in Los Angeles
Marianne, Home Buyer in Brentwood, CA
Marianne asked:
Plan to purchase a land on Hollywood Hills and develop a single family home, any chance to find out the estimated construction cost on an upslope land for a 4bedroom home, size approx 6400sqft? I imagine there will be s ...
0 votes Share Flag Wed Aug 22, 2012 Home Buying in Hollywood Hills
Ilan And Han…, Home Buyer in Los Angeles, CA
Ilan And Hannah Cohen asked:
how much it cost for new construction per sq ft ?
0 votes Share Flag Thu Aug 30, 2012 Home Buying in Beverly Hills
90291, Home Buyer in Hollywood Hills, Los...
90291 asked:
Hi there - Curious how property taxes are determined for a newly built home in CA? I know the taxes are based on the amount paid when you buy a home, but to buy la ... build the home yourself, how are they done? I would live in the home. Is it based on cost to build or ...
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 28, 2011 Home Buying in Hollywood Hills
94402, Other/Just Looking in San Mateo, CA
94402 asked:
Want to buy a 3000 sqft home in Palo Alto. Should I wait until next year? There appear to be very few sales for homes in this size and price range. Seems to me they will continue to drop...Anyone disagree?
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 15, 2010 Home Buying in Palo Alto
Jay, Home Buyer in Los Angeles, CA
Jay asked:
Torn between 2 houses I have no experience with landscaping and want to avoid it if possible. One house I found is smaller (1620 sq.ft.) than my wish list (1800 sq.ft.), however has a beautiful landscaped b...
0 votes Share Flag Mon Aug 16, 2010 Home Buying in Los Angeles
Kenyamae, Home Seller in Los Angeles, CA
Kenyamae asked:
What is the range of cost per sq ft for room additions in Inglewood (Los Angeles county).Want large ope ... Roof is currently pitched, and would have to be flattened to accommodate new room. I need financing. Open room design would minimize work related to walls, no closet needed, lots of...
0 votes Share Flag Tue Feb 16, 2010 Remodel & Renovate in Los Angeles
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