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Jonathan Sza…, Real Estate Pro in Marina del Rey, CA
Tue May 13, 2014
Jonathan Szabo answered:
Submit a contact form to HOA Member Services - www.hoamemberservices.com and they may be able to help answer your questions. Good luck.
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Shel-lee Dav…, Real Estate Pro in Rolling Hills Estates,...
Sun Feb 9, 2014
Shel-lee Davis answered:
Kyle:

You might want to be more specific when you use the term South Bay. Both the San Francisco Bay area and San Diego have a South Bay. As you can see from your first two responses, they came from Northern California. When I use the term South Bay, I always specify the Los Angeles South Bay, this prevents any confusion.

And yes, cap rates have once again slid below 5. Seems we saw this before the last crash. I wonder what we should take from this new development.
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Ellis Posner, Real Estate Pro in Manhattan Beach, CA
Thu Jan 30, 2014
Ellis Posner answered:
it will largely be a function of where in Redondo Beach you want to build and the level and quality of finish work. you also have to consider what is on the land currently and the cost of removal of that structure. if you are building on a hill or let's say Hollywood Riviera, most likely more expensive than a flat lot in north redondo beach. best to think like a builder who may try to buy a lot for 25-30% of what the finished project will sell for and work backwards from there. while those numbers may not pencil out exactly because you won't have the expense of immediately reselling the house (I assume you want to live there) you don't want to over spend along the way. assume $250-300 sq ft all in (not counting the land) although there are certainly builders who will quote you higher or lower. ... more
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Sheyenne Sch…, Real Estate Pro in Torrance, CA
Tue Aug 17, 2010
Sheyenne Schultz answered:
I have a lender who is the ceo of the direct lending company who does these loans for situations just like this. She can help you. Call me at 310-429-4170 or email me at shy@shysells.com
We have helped several people in this predicament.
There are several options, all of which can be explained to you and you can choose
which one best suits your needs.
Sheyenne Schultz
Real Estate Network Group
2601 Airport Drive #120
Torrance, Ca 90505
310-429-4170
shy@shysells.com
www.shysells.com
Short sale blog:
www.torranceshortsales.info
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