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In My Neighborhood in 90062 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 19, 2010
Jeffrey White answered:
Los Feliz is a wonderful and highly sought after part of LA to reside in. The area is known mostly for being tucked underneath Griffith Park, the largest park in LA, which is a lush and beautiful oasis in the middle of the big city.

In addition to Griffith Park, the downtown area known as Los Feliz Village is between Los Feliz Blvd and Franklin Ave on Vermont and Hillhurst Ave. There are a myriad of cool shops, great restaurants and infamous bars to keep you very busy! there is also a nearby farmers market once a week and everything you need, including freeways is close by.

I highly recommend it as one of the best places to live in LA.
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Thu Mar 31, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
You may wish to ask your question again and be more specific as to exactly what you would like to know about the property, so that your question can be answered accordingly--in the meantime, any local agent can help you--contact any realty office(s) and inquire. ... more
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Sat Oct 2, 2010
Angela Reynolds answered:
First, is the portion of your lot that you are going to sell a full buildable size lot with no variance required. If it is, then go to a local realtor, county or local assessor where sales are recorded and look up recent lot sales in your neighborhood. This comparison method will leave you with no doubt. If the lot is not sufficient to be built on, just a portion that a neighbor wants, it will be worth far less then a buildable lot. Use the same method as I described above but compare them to only non-buildable partial lots. They sell for far less then a buildable lot. Depending on your area and market demand, several mediums of measurement could be utilized. Price per acre, price per front foot, and price per square foot. Good luck, it is not hard. ... more
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Fri Oct 18, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
You can check your local community college(s), they often do run classes, check the local public libraries, check with the local high schools--they may offer evening programs, etc.
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Fri Aug 23, 2013
Paul Argueta answered:
I'm not sure if it's proper protocal to promote other websites on this forum but I use neighborhood scout for detailed information such as what you are requesting. I've provided the link below. Also, there are fixers EVERYWHERE even in the Hollywood Hills. The real question is how much are you willing to pay for a fixer. Retail price or dealing owner direct. The trick is locating them before knowledge of their availability hits the masses or the MLS. This can often be a full time job and may require a ... more
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Mon Feb 22, 2010
Thadeus Brewer answered:
It is possible to get an as built permit. This will take a building inspector approving the addition is to current building code or making corrections to bring it to code.
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Wed Jan 20, 2010
Mack McCoy answered:
Sure, we'll give you her address, and the hours that she's leaving it unattended.

I know where you can find the $135 million one, if you're ever in NYC.
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Wed Sep 8, 2010
Kathy Weber answered:
Chris,

That's a real tough question.

What you consider "safe" may be different from what another person's point of view is.

There are many real nice homes and areas around Hollywood Hills.

LA is a hustle & bustle type of city. If you don't mind that, then it would be a nice move for you. Alot warmer than MA anyway.

Best wishes!
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Sat Jan 9, 2010
Monique & Joe Carrabba answered:
Hello Kath,

Because this is a sensitive issue, most Realtors will not feel comfortable telling people who lives at a home. The best way to find out for sure is just to go by the home and knock on the door or write a note. There are just too many nuts out there. I'm sure your not one of them but I hope you understand.

Best,

Monique Carrabba
The Carrabba Group
Keller Williams Hollywood Hills
mcarrabba@kw.com
(323) 899-2900
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Fri Dec 18, 2009
Mckz asked:
Thu Nov 5, 2009
Gary Gukassian answered:
Hi Sharon,

I just sent you an e mail with a couple of properties.

Sincerely,

Gary Gukassian
Beverly Realty
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Thu Feb 11, 2010
Deborah Bremner answered:
Hi Doug,
Great question! First of all, she needs a sales license. That's her jumping off point.
Next, I would ask her where her passion lies. Each aspect of real estate has its own unique qualities, and hence, its own set of buyers and sellers. Does she like to crunch numbers? Very analytical? Maybe she should work the commercial side. Loves to talk with lenders? REO and Foreclosures, or asset managers. Very emotional, and a "people person"? Maybe first time buyers. What is her age and social circle? There are hundreds of niches to be served by the right agent, but above all, it takes a passion for what you are doing. You must be in it to serve.
Real Estate is eminently rewarding, but it is not easy, and not for the thin skinned. She must be able to know her own self, and handle rejection.
I would love to talk with her, and give some mentoring advice. In addition, I would suggest she go to http://yourcoach.com to see how the very best in the business are being coached.
Debbie Bremner
The Bremner Group at Coldwell Banker
310-571-1364
Facebook: http://facebook.com/DebbieBremner
Twitter: http://twitter.com/DebbieBremner

Web Reference: http://www.TheBremnerGroup.com
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Thu Feb 7, 2013
Maria Olmos answered:
In most cases, city inspectors will give you 30 days notice depending on the city. People occupying garage conversions are treated as tenants.
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Wed Sep 9, 2009
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Wed Jul 17, 2013
Gail Mercedes Cole answered:
Hi Clark,

Attached web site has crime rate by city and zip code.
Neighborhood Scout
http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/

Los Angeles Police Dept.
http://www.lapdonline.org/crime_mapping_and_compstat

Hope information helpful!

Gail Mercedes Cole
EXP Realty
310.853.9933
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Wed May 27, 2009
Gary Gukassian answered:
Hi Nksmeir,

There is one unit for sale in the complex. It is a bank owned property listed for $246,100. The association fee is $195/month.

Let me know if you would like additional information.

Sincerely,

Gary Gukassian
Beverly Realty
818-303-4093
mrggg@aol.com
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Wed Nov 19, 2008
Emily Erekuff answered:
Hi David,

Trulia shows 286 lot and land listings in Los Angeles at the link below. I hope this helps you.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Community Moderator
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Sat Dec 20, 2008
Grant Linscott answered:
Hi Alex,

You might be best served to ask a lawyer about this question. I sell alot of properties in your business area as well as handle leasing properties. Let me know if you need any help in the future.

Best,


Grant Linscott
Keller Williams Realty
323.333.6222 cell
grantlinscottproperty@gmail.com
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Thu Nov 13, 2008
Jeffrey White answered:
Of course, all the time! If you are curious about this specific property, it is not currently listed for rent. This probably means that the owner has not considered it seriously yet. It may also be listed by the owner on craigslist. If you are looking for rentals, I am the top leasing agent in the area. Drop me a line and I'll send you whats available. ... more
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Mon Dec 1, 2008
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Yes, I have seen some property that has been slow to sell, converted into a lease situation. It just depends upon the owner of he property.
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