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Hollywood Hills : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 20, 2008
Mario Villagran answered:
A contract is a contract. The agent has most likely started to spend money on advertising. Look to see if they have a cancellation clause. Speak to your agent and they might just let you out of the contract but then it depends on the broker. As for myself I love to keep the relationships I have with my clients and if they agree to reimburse what I have spent then I usually let them out of the contract. I have worked for a broker in the past who would really try to stick it to my clients. ... more
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Wed Mar 18, 2015
Ute Ferdig - Atty. Negotiator answered:
Hello Laurie. ON a 1.8M home, buyers will expect nice landscaping and they will not be willing to spend more money for it, but if the landscaping is really nice, it will help get more attention and probably sell the house faster, but not for more. Expensive landscaping is one of those improvements that don't add significant value to the home for resale purposes, but if the landscaping appears neglected it will affect the value more than what nice landscaping will add to the value. I hope this helps. ... more
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Sat Sep 27, 2014
L.A. Real Estate Group answered:
Hi Alexander,
It is a bit unclear what you mean by 1000K,,,if you mean a million..then are you talkin about an entire apartment building? Or 100 thousand?? In which case you can not buy anything in the Hollywood area.
We work with internation investors, feel free to learn more about us...www.myLARealEstateGroup.com
Let us know if we can help you with anything...
Good luck
Lou and Alex
LA Real Estate Group
info@myLARealEstateGroup.com
www.myLARealEstateGroup.com
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Sun May 25, 2008
Myke answered:
Well - what's lowball?
Lowball in relation to the actual market value? Yea - that might be foolish.
Lowball in relation to the asking price, but competitive with market value? Not foolish at all.

If a house is over priced, it's over priced. Paying more then you should for it, simply because someone else owes the bank a lot of money, or wants to pay off a student loan - or whatever else - is foolish.

If you know what the homes value is, and you're prepared to work with that - there's nothing foolish about it.
No guarentee the seller will take it - cause there are still some suckers out there that will pay more then they should.
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Sun Aug 30, 2009
Mike Kelly Allison Norman answered:
So, pray tell, what will the market "bear in 2010"?? Curious minds wish to know?
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