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Sun Nov 24, 2013
Melchor Perez answered:
Hello Nabila,

First and foremost, thank you for posting a question here at trulia. There are many Spanish style homes in Los Angeles. Have you thought about what cities are of interest to you? Please feel free to contact me by phone, email, or text. I am here to help you.

Sincerely,

Melchor Perez
BRE# 01842907
714-401-8879
REALTOR®
Star Real Estate South County
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Wed Oct 9, 2013
Gail Mercedes Cole answered:
Hi Deborah,

I would need the unit number. MLS has properties listed by realtors. It does not have for Sale by Owners. If this condo was listed by Realtor it was in MLS based on status (active, pending or sold).

Gail Mercedes Cole
EXP Realty Marina del Rey
310.853.9933
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Mon Sep 16, 2013
Brad Korb answered:
That house just closed escrow on 6/28/2013 for $3,450,000.00 according to public records You could always knock on the door to see if they would sell it to you or contact a real estate agent to do it for you ! Good Luck ! ... more
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Sun Feb 7, 2010
Deborah Bremner answered:
Kalina:
As you can see from the answers you've received, the estimates vary WIDELY! Hugh (and his family) builds pprojects for a living, and his estimate is for a good quality of work. Jane's estimate is unrealistically low, and should not direct you. Please contact 3 (or more) general contractors and/ or architects whose work you like (ask for references) and get your direction from them.
Deborah Bremner
REALTOR, 00588885
Certified Short Sale Professional
Certified Home Retention Specialist
(D) 818.564.6591
TheBremnerGroup@gmail.com
Blogging at: http://TheBremnerGroup.com/blog
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Mon Mar 9, 2009
Dp2 answered:
Actually, you legally can--and I do (with the blessing of my attorney)--make multiple offers, and I'd strongly recommend that you get your realtor to incorporate the following into your offers: 1) a kill date, and 2) a contingency clause that explicitly states you're making multiple offers and going with the first accepted and best offer. ... more
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