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In My Neighborhood in Pasadena : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Sep 25, 2015
Cjinsm asked:
Trying to add 2nd floor (2 bd/ 1 ba), around 500 sq ft to my current 1,500 sg ft. Bids I'm getting (for all design, construction) is coming to roughly $900 sq ft. Some are telling me theirs…
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Wed Feb 18, 2015
Tristam Bielecki answered:
I work in Pasadena and I have a lot of data about the area - email me with what you are looking for and I'll be happy to share it with you.


tristam.bielecki@dilbeck.com
(323) 456-3833 ... more
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Tue Nov 20, 2012
carlos parrague answered:
You would be far less frustrated if you stopped relying on often late "public" information and worked closely with an Agent who could give you the most up to date information.
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Thu Sep 30, 2010
Ben Teal answered:
Reading the responses to this question is like reading a brochure for a retirement community. Pasadena is like any other town that is close to a major metropolitan area like LA. Given its 100+ year history, Pasadena has gone through its ups and downs like many other cities. As it stands now, it has a lot to offer in the way of nightlife, restaurants, sport events, and education. However, what the other reviewers failed to mention is that there are some areas of Pasadena that are not as nice. These areas are low income areas that have just about everything you can think of e.g. gangs, drugs, etc. You'll pay a premium to live in the nice areas of Pasadena, however, if you can deal with the drama thats associated with a low income neighborhood, there are deals to be had. Just my thoughts. ... more
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