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Julia King, Real Estate Pro in Long Beach, CA
Julia King answered:
What is the biggest misconception about Long Beach real estate?
Brings to mind my conversation with my dear hairdresser once who works in Newport Beach...when I found out he lived in Long Beach (Landmark GORGEOUS house) I asked him if he ever got a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 1, 2013 Market Conditions in Downtown Long Beach
Susan Bo'ur, Real Estate Pro in Beverly Hills, CA
Susan Bo'ur answered:
Please tell me ,What is the association in this condo?
The HOD is $488.00 a month.
Susan@SusanBour.com
0 votes Share Flag Wed Feb 27, 2013 Market Conditions in Downtown Long Beach
Mike Domino, Real Estate Pro in Long Beach, CA
Mike Domino answered:
What is the association fee in this condo?
The monthly HOA fee $488. Are you interested in this condo?
0 votes Share Flag Tue Feb 26, 2013 Market Conditions in Downtown Long Beach
ydavis502, Renter in Long Beach, CA
ydavis502 answered:
There are lots of leads. Does the 1000-1400 represent square feet or dollars. When are you planning to move?
represents dollars, looking at some time within the next 3-4 months.
0 votes Share Flag Sun Oct 28, 2012 Rentals in Downtown Long Beach
Dot Chance, Real Estate Pro in Burbank, CA
Dot Chance answered:
I'm currently looking to relocate to the Long Beach and or decently priced areas of LA... Any Leads?
Check with Westside Rentals, they usually have a lot of properties. Other than that, find a Realtor you want to work with and let them do all the leg work!

Best,
Dot Chance, Realtor ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Oct 7, 2013 Rentals in Downtown Long Beach
Jeremy Lehman, Real Estate Pro in Garden Grove, CA
Jeremy Lehman answered:
Why is Long Beach rental prices so low?
This property looks like it's in rough condition, so that probably has something to do with it. Long Beach rents can vary greatly, but tends to be a slightly better deal than just south ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Oct 23, 2013 Rentals in Downtown Long Beach
DJ Bonner, Real Estate Pro in 90302
DJ Bonner answered:
Looking for A 2bedroom Apartment with a move in special with good credit.
Hello Slivia,
I have a number of 2 bedrooms in long beach, but what price range and area are you looking in? Please email me and I will send you a list of the available units.
Thank y ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Sep 3, 2012 Rentals in Downtown Long Beach
Melissa Seid…, Real Estate Pro in Long Beach, CA
Melissa Seidel answered:
I'm interested in 3 loft spaces in DTLB: The Kress lofts, Walker lofts, and the Insurance Exchange building. How often do spaces come up for sale?
Hi! There are currently several units in escrow at the Walker Lofts. The other two building have closed escrow within the past few months. Please feel free to visit my website and se ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Oct 10, 2012 Home Buying in Downtown Long Beach
Daniele Seld…, Real Estate Pro in Lancaster, PA
Daniele Seldomridge answered:
are there many 5 unit and above buildings in not so scary parts of town, for less than 650,000?
Have you yet to work with an agent in your area? I have family in the area you are looking for and would be haapy to help. I work in the NYC metro area and Lancaster, PA and have the op ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jun 28, 2012 General Area in Downtown Long Beach
John Barry, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
John Barry answered:
Information about the home at East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach CA 90802.
Hi Eleonore,

You should find a good buyers agent to work with & they can help explain the process to you and help find the answers to your questions about any particular property ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 5, 2010 Home Buying in Downtown Long Beach
B, Home Owner in Minneapolis, MN
B answered:
Want to know what it’s like to live in Downtown Long Beach?
as of right now , there are no answers, so check this link:
http://www.downtownlongbeach.org/Home

Best.
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 12, 2010 In My Neighborhood in Downtown Long Beach
Seamus80, Home Buyer in Long Beach, CA
Seamus80 answered:
Do you REALLY mean to say in this graph that 72% of the population in Long Beach is affected by violent?
Its .72%, which is less than 1%, if my first grade math class taught me anything.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Aug 21, 2009 In My Neighborhood in Downtown Long Beach
Michael Barr…, Real Estate Pro in Irvine, CA
Michael Barron answered:
I am interested in this condo at the west ocean towers 400w ocean blvd, apt. 2004. asking price of 660,000.
Hi there Jay, it rally depends on the offer. Price is just one part. I know the really need to sell these. I would be happy to review the comps with you so you will be aboe to make an i ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Mar 3, 2009 Home Buying in Downtown Long Beach
Lourdrie McN…, Real Estate Pro in Lakewood, CA
Lourdrie McNamee answered:
Look for an “Out Standing” Agent to Refer a friend to in the Long Beach Area!
A. Morgan,

Hi, it would be my pleasure to help your friend. I work for Coldwell Banker in Long Beach and happen to be a local realtor for the area. Long Beach is a terrific place t ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jul 16, 2008 Home Buying in Downtown Long Beach, Long Beach, CA
Ute Ferdig -…, Real Estate Pro in Newcastle, CA
Ute Ferdig - Atty. Negotiator answered:
What do agents do to detour buyers who want to move into an area with racing events, or airport noises?
Hi Bill. What you describe is called moving to the nuisance and it's always been a problem. I used to live near a small municipal airport that was there before all the houses around w ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Nov 5, 2007 Parks & Recreation in Downtown Long Beach, Long Beach, CA
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Voices Member answered:
Where can I find a realtor with experience in Short Sales in Long Beach? Thanks!
My company Prudential California Realty specializes in short sales. Our broker, Bruce Mulhearn has been in the real estate business over 40 years and in fact has been through five downt ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 22, 2010 Home Buying in Downtown Long Beach
Laurie Manny, Real Estate Pro in Long Beach, CA
Laurie Manny answered:
Downtown Long Beach Condos
Depending on location, condition, floor, view: approximately between $325 and $390, HOA ranging from about $150 to about $250. High Rise with Ocean view about $500 to about $875 with ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun May 13, 2007 Market Conditions in Downtown Long Beach, Long Beach, CA
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