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General Area in 90210 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 5, 2017
Jennifer Bauer answered:
You will find so many people for Property Manager For a Creaky Old House in Beverly Hills PO. But thing is that you should find the best and Trustworthy Property Manager. It will be difficult now days to select the people who will work for us with trust. ... more
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Mon Apr 18, 2016
Jonathan Lahey answered:
Hi Jacef30,

If you are sure to your self then no need to worry, everything will be fine just focus on the exam and you will all remember what you did studied. thanks!
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Thu Jan 21, 2016
Dorene Slavitz answered:
I would refer your question to a company that works exclusively with 1031 exchanges. 1031 Tax Exchange Advantage is one I know of.
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Wed Apr 4, 2012
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Dear Antonio,
You are asking if it's worth it to build in Beverly Hills, but what is the purpose of the building? If it is a single family home you are going to live in, yes it's worth it. If you are thinking about some kind of flip type's still one of the best zip codes out there, but making a profit in this type of market won't be easy. Quite a bit will depend upon the builder's knowledge of the area and the market. ... more
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Tue Sep 14, 2010
Gary Gold answered:
Not on the Westside of Los Angeles.In Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Holmby Hills and outlying areas buyers sediments scaling smaller for about a minute and now it is back to Buyers wanting the most home they can find. ... more
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Tue Nov 24, 2009
inna ivchenko answered:
Annual Property Taxes and other info about LA county:

I can't give u any tax advise, but suggestion:

Property taxes in CA (most of 88 cities: LA or BH) for the first year are !basically! 1% of your purchase price, plus any additional local assessments, bonds, etc.
<<<1.25% is a good rule of thumb.>>>
Keep in mind, your assessed value that the taxes are based on might increase by no more than 2% each year, which might increase your taxes slightly( yes, I refer to Prop.13)

Best wishes,
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