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Another home sold and closed

While in college I was a student worker at the Van Nuys Court; it was a horrible job.  Everyone who came or phoned was cranky; they were paying fines, fighting tickets, etc.  I worked there several years and then embarked on my mortgage banki...

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What a home buyer will pay more for

Although the local real estate market has stabilized, affordable homes in the highly desired Los Angeles neighborhoods are still hard to come by.  Most home buyers need to sacrifice a portion of their wish list, it could be lot size, square fo...

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Los Angeles Home buyers don’t panic!

Natalie took a few days off for the long weekend and I have been showing homes like crazy.  Although, the real estate market is changing, it is no longer a red hot sellers market.  Affordable homes in move-in condition are still selling like ...

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Los Angeles Haunted Mansion for sale

Los Angeles Haunted Mansion for sale

There are so many different styles of homes.  Personally, I love architectural homes and homes with a history (aka character or vintage homes). No, it’s not Disney’s Haunted Mansion but the  "Haunted Mansion" of the interactive horror ...

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Harb & Co. Real Estate Wrap Up

Harb & Co. Real Estate Wrap Up

I was hoping for one quick mini vacation before my daughter starts her new job, but it looks as if my husband George will be taking a boy’s fishing trip to Cabo…. Someone needs to watch the dogs and it appears that’s me.  Perhaps there...

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So what’s a Los Angeles home buyer to do?

So what’s a Los Angeles home buyer to do?

Being a home buyer in today’s competitive real estate market is not for the faint of heart. Demand is high for affordable (and not so affordable) housing. Each community has their own threshold, in Burbank the under $750,000 real estate marke...

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