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Jeffrey White, Real Estate Pro in Beverly Hills, CA
Jeffrey White answered:
Lisiting Agreement question
Once your contract has expired you may list with anyone you choose. The agent is not entitled to have the property on-market for the full listing period, but rather has the right to se ... more
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Keith Sorem, Real Estate Pro in Glendale, CA
Keith Sorem answered:
what was the average price of a home in Cheviot Hills in 1994?
Susan
This is going to take little work.
Please contact me at 1-888-284-2056 or via my trulia profile and let's see what we can do
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0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 21, 2008 Home Selling in Cheviot Hills, Los Angeles, CA
Monique & Joe…, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
Monique & Joe Carrabba answered:
what was the average price of a home in Cheviot Hills in 1994?
Hello Susan,

Please let me know if you question ever got answered. Currently the medium price in the Cheviot Hills/Ranco Park area (a combined area) is $1,475,000. I looked at the hi ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 28, 2008 Home Selling in Cheviot Hills, Los Angeles, CA
Yona Bello, Real Estate Pro in Studio City, CA
Yona Bello answered:
what was the average price of a home in Cheviot Hills in 1994?
Hi Susan,

If you have a specific address of a property you are looking at, I would be able to give you the sales price. Prices in 1994 varied, just like now, depending on the size o ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 21, 2008 Home Selling in Cheviot Hills, Los Angeles, CA
Ray Calnan, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
Ray Calnan answered:
In California, are sellers still liable for any minor repairs after closing. My buyer chose not to do a home
I would speak to your agent or attorney so they can review your contract, but generally you have no obligation once the transaction is closed. You should have disclosed everything and t ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jan 10, 2015 Home Selling in Los Angeles
Ute Ferdig -…, Real Estate Pro in Newcastle, CA
Ute Ferdig - Atty. Negotiator answered:
What type of return on investment can you expect on designer landscaping?
Hello Laurie. ON a 1.8M home, buyers will expect nice landscaping and they will not be willing to spend more money for it, but if the landscaping is really nice, it will help get more ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Mar 18, 2015 Home Selling in Hollywood Hills
Jimmy Hutchi…, Real Estate Pro in Downey, CA
Jimmy Hutchinson answered:
What demand are you seeing for new construction SFR's ~ 3000 sq'. Modern style with downtown view.
Hello Robert,
I have been in volved with deals like this but not in CA and I was the buyer in this case. What is the price range for the home? That will determine the amount of discoun ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 21, 2009 Home Selling in 90039
S, Both Buyer and Seller in 91311
S answered:
I am seller. A buyer has made an offer below full value. If I make a counter offer my agent says is has to
As a buyer we have received verbal counters but they are then followed up in writing if we are still interested. The verbal saved everyone a lot of time and let us know in a few insta ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jun 14, 2008 Home Selling in Los Angeles, CA
Laarni G. Om…, Real Estate Pro in Orange County, CA
Laarni G. Omingo answered:
In California what are consequences of a seller rejecting a less than full price offer from a buyer.
Hi Rochroch,,

Have you just gotten the offer or are you already in escrow? If you just received the offer and you are not satisfied with it, then there is really no consequence for ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jul 1, 2008 Home Selling in Los Angeles, CA
Ed Holmer, Real Estate Pro in
Ed Holmer answered:
What is the consequence of rejecting an offer to purchase?
The offer goes away? Better to counter-offer; keeps the ball going across the net, rather than "O.B."
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jun 13, 2008 Home Selling in Baldwin Hills, Los Angeles, CA
Debra Enos, Real Estate Pro in Mission Viejo, CA
Debra Enos answered:
In California What are the consequences of a seller rejecting an offer from a buyer
You don't have to accept the offer. You can always submit a counter offer. Talk to your Realtor and ask if the offer is worth countering.
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jun 15, 2008 Home Selling in Baldwin Hills, Los Angeles, CA
Jeffrey White, Real Estate Pro in Beverly Hills, CA
Jeffrey White answered:
What is the consequence of rejecting an offer to purchase?
You lose a potential sale. By countering at least you will keep the ball going back and fourth. If there is room to make a deal, make it!
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jun 13, 2008 Home Selling in Baldwin Hills, Los Angeles, CA
Dorene Slavi…, Real Estate Pro in Culver City, CA
Dorene Slavitz answered:
I own raw land in Chinatown. What is the best way to sell it?
You need a Realtor who works in Commercial Real Estate. Commercial Realtors will post raw land on a commercial website such as Loopnet. We have our own commercial site in addition.
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 28, 2008 Home Selling in Chinatown, Los Angeles, CA
CJ Brasiel, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
CJ Brasiel answered:
Is it common for the buyer to change during escrow? If so, what forms are needed?
David -

Look back at the pre-approval letter and see who is on the loan approval; the buyer's name or the investor group name? From personal experience, changing a name on the contr ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Feb 3, 2009 Home Selling in Los Angeles, CA
Ute Ferdig -…, Real Estate Pro in Newcastle, CA
Ute Ferdig - Atty. Negotiator answered:
Fallen Out of Escrow after contingencies removed
Hello Jennifer. Sorry to hear about the escrow cancellation, but it sounds like you are at peace with that since you have decided to cancel the listing. You are absolutely right, your ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue May 6, 2008 Home Selling in Los Angeles, CA
Dan, Real Estate Pro in Just Us, Atlanta, GA
Dan answered:
what happens if I just walk away from my home which as lost more than 20% of its value. Will the 2nd mortage?
This is a bad situation. You will likely be forced to pay the 2nd loan or declare bankruptcy...

I might suggest trying to sell the home. Though I know how tough the market is these d ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Sep 29, 2012 Home Selling in Los Angeles
Kathleen Sei…, Real Estate Pro in Gainesville, FL
Kathleen Seide answered:
The escrow will close next week. The buyers requested to have their carpet company
You say walk-thru, is that the 'final' walk-thru?

1 & 2: Put yourself in their shoes - wouldn't you ask your agent if you could go measure? If they said it was OK you would do it. ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Feb 26, 2013 Home Selling in Los Angeles
Monique & Joe…, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
Monique & Joe Carrabba answered:
Market Price for two perfect lots in Hollywood Hills
Hello RRichards,

I saw someone in my group send out an email as a pocket for 3 mil. Is this your property? If not, I woul need the adress to provide you comps. You can email me at mc ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue May 20, 2008 Home Selling in Los Angeles, CA
Laarni G. Om…, Real Estate Pro in Orange County, CA
Laarni G. Omingo answered:
Can a home buyer change their mind after all parties have signed?
Ms. Richards,
I think you need a real estate lawyer for this. Please consider the time,effort and money that you need to put in this if you want to pursue this matter. I wish you al ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 27, 2008 Home Selling in Los Angeles, CA
Ray Calnan, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
Ray Calnan answered:
What do you do when there are no comps for your home? In other words, over the past year, no homes comparable
Leslie,

The best way to find the true value of your home is to contact an appraiser. When an appraiser is trying to value a property that has very unique features, your zoning for in ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Sep 28, 2010 Home Selling in Hancock Park
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