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310 N Ridgewood Pl, Los Angeles

310 N Ridgewood Pl, Los Angeles

Offered at $749,000 2 Bedrooms + 2 Baths + loft and dining room Location, location, location. Updated with style 2 bed & 2 bath + loft condo with hardwood floors throughout. Townhouse style condo, large kitchen with stone countertop. Laundry room in unit, upgraded windows. 2 parking spaces. Small complex. Very homey. DIRECTIONS: Corner of Beverly […]

By October 18, 2014 Read More →
Getting Started with Buying a New Home

Getting Started with Buying a New Home

From your doctor to your lawyer to your mechanic, you expect diagnosis and analysis before any prescriptions are made. I know you wouldn’t walk in to your doctor’s office and demand an operation in the morning. In fact, if your doctor agreed on the spot you would walk out muttering something about “quack” and “malpractice.” […]

By February 22, 2013 Read More →
Step two:  Getting a Real Estate Education

Step two: Getting a Real Estate Education

It can be overwhelming. Once you have finally decided to buy a home, maybe even gotten pre-approved for a specific price, you now have to decide where to look. Where is the best place to spend your housing dollars? It is step two, on the road. I call this process, getting an education. Let’s assume […]

By February 20, 2013 Read More →
Buyer Financing

Buyer Financing

For most people, getting qualified for a loan is a must. There are as many loan programs as there are people looking to buy a home. Each program has its pros and cons. So depending up on your own special needs, our lender associates can find the one that will suit. How much will the […]

By February 19, 2013 Read More →
Three Steps to Getting a Loan

Three Steps to Getting a Loan

Step 1: Examine your finances Start by determining how much mortgage you can afford. Lenders are apt to put your loan application in the best light and qualify you for as much as they are willing to lend, which can be more than you can afford or need. It’s up to you to take stock […]

By February 19, 2013 Read More →
Make an Offer to Buy

Make an Offer to Buy

After you have satisfied yourself regarding the values and what your home-buying dollars will buy, you are ready to choose a home and make an offer on it. At this point we will kick into another gear. You will want to commit to a different time plan. Once you are ready to buy, you will […]

By February 18, 2013 Read More →
Negotiating an Agreement

Negotiating an Agreement

Negotiating has been described as a dance. Two parties each with its own issues and desires…Some of these are clear and obvious and others are hidden or obscure. The business of a negotiation is to satisfy the issues of both parties at the same time…thus the dance. The Basic steps are: Buyer writes his desires […]

By February 17, 2013 Read More →
Get a Property Inspection

Get a Property Inspection

After negotiating an accepted contract on the home of your choice it is recommended that you have the property inspected by a professional Property Inspector. Most often the contract will allow a reasonable period for this inspection to take place. The purpose of the inspection is to reveal unknown defects so that you will have […]

By February 16, 2013 Read More →
What is an Escrow?

What is an Escrow?

In California, buyers and sellers use an third-party escrow. It facilitates the complicated process for everyone involved. So after you have successfully negotiated a contract, We send instructions to escrow. The escrow is a disinterested third party which collects all the paperwork, money, instructions, Deeds, loan papers, etc. Escrow will not act without exact instructions […]

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