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Mon May 29, 2017
Cesar_reinoso asked:
I sold the property back in November of 2016 and have been able to remove the photos on Zillow, Redfin, and in my own MLS but no such luck with Trulia.
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Sat May 24, 2014
Von Bonilla answered:
Hi Lillian8,

I was in the Bay Area to be exact Mill Valley a few days ago, it is very nice and green there! I am in Pasadena 15-20 minutes on the 110 freeway to DTLA. I grew up here so I am familiar with the area. I have seen the prices continue to rise for a while now. These are the zip codes for and near DTLA .

Here are some statistics for zip code 90015:

Month.....Active.......Sale price average

Time frame is from Jan 2014 to May 2014
Type is 'Single Family Residence', 'Condominium', 'Townhouse'

Most agents may recommend themselves so it's up to you to decide who you connect with or feel comfortable with. Call a few and see if you are comfortable with him or her, visit their website to find out a bit more about them.

Much success!

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Thu Dec 1, 2011
David Chiles answered:
I got their number from a friend and called the asset manager about a home I was interested in because it was such a great home and I had a motivated client. My call was returned, but I was pretty embarrassed when I realized it was inappropriate. The asset manager gave me the number to their exclusive agent who called me as well. The moral of the story is that their agent is who you need to talk to. The asset manager does not make the decision and the agent will be the first to know when a house is going on the market. ... more
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Fri Mar 7, 2008
Access REO Solutions answered:
"How difficult" depends on how much work is needed to bring the improvements up to code. For example, if the foundation is now a mess and a hazard as a result of the non-permitted work, the city may just announce it as "uninhabitable" and condemn the whole thing. Obviously, before you talk to the city, hire a good contractor who knows code or an independent code inspector to look things over. It can be as cheap as $3000 to re-route electrical or much much worse and the worst nightmare/money pit ever. ... more
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