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Home Buying in Greater Wilshire / Hancock Park : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Apr 15, 2017
Ponceraqueel6 answered:
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I'm looking for an agent who works on forclosures in the la crescenta Ca erea
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Sun Nov 9, 2014
Dorene Slavitz answered:
No it sold in June for higher then the first price you saw. For accurate and timely information about this, and other property for sale in Los Angeles, it's best to work with a Local Realtor who has access to professional information. ... more
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Sat Sep 6, 2014
Terry Bell answered:
The best filter, is having a realtor work with you! Why do you want to do all the work, when you will eventually need an agent to submit an offer for you! Let the agent do more of the work on the behalf of you the buyer, plus a realtor can watch for unique properties that may not be on the market yet, may be falling out of escrow and alert you to things that a non-professional will not have access to. If you have anyone looking for vacation homes up here in the wine country of Sonoma county drop me a line! Best, Terry Bell, Realtor ... more
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Wed Sep 28, 2011
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Dear Repro,
Please retain a buyer agent who can assist you. Pick an Agent who works in the Hancock Park area and knows it well. They would be the best source of correct information on your investment.
Just from what I know of the area, it's very strong generally speaking. If you need a referral for an excellent agent in the area just send an email my way.
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Wed Apr 7, 2010
David Solomon answered:
People love views. It's practicably what sells a place. Many people prefer to have hardwood floors as well. I suggest you pick the one that appeals the best to you. Usually, if you have a choice between a condo with a view and a condo without, and the price is almost the same, I would recommend the unit with the view.

Either way, you will be able to sell it as long as you list with an agent that knows what is going on. I recently sold this place at the highest sale price since 2007.

Check it out. It's a great unit with amazing views.

Solomon Team
(310) 979-3798
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Wed Apr 7, 2010
David Solomon answered:
We sold a property in Hancock Park not too long ago in the multi million dollar range. If your home is listed and it is not getting offers, it means it's not priced correctly. It also depends on the photography of the property, the property's person website, and how the broker's open was conducted. Take a look at this property's personalized website:

By the way, Hancock Park is in high demand and the prices are pretty strong. Make sure that you speak with a Realtor to price it right and market it the best way possible.

Thanks. Solomon Team (310) 979-3798 ,
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Fri Feb 26, 2010
Nicole Lindler answered:
Hi John,

There are 1bd condos available which fall in the district, if you would consider those. Also, if you do decide to go with renting as an alternative, as suggested, you check to see which properties fall into the 3rd st school district here:
Another suggestion is to work with a Realtor who can help you find pocket listings in the area which may not be listed on the mls. I do this for my clients all the time. Please call if you need help. Thanks.

Nicole Lindler
Prudential California Realty
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Thu Nov 5, 2009
Cynthia Fleming answered:
As the others have answered, it is usually not a listing at all if there is no address. The address is required when listing a property. Sites like Realty Trac just pick up on Notices of Default from the tax records and publish them as properties for sale when they are not! I don't think this should be allowed and they really should put a stop to it. In my opinion is Fraud on the part of Realty Trac and as Dyanna said, they are trying to get you to sign up for a subscription. Why pay for listings when there are so many websites to obtain listings for free? Visit my website at: ... more
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