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Fault Maps and Real Estate Dirt

A new earthquake fault map that includes Santa Monica, Brentwood and the Pacific Palisades was just released.  According to the Los Angeles Times, this map has had a long delay due to budget cuts however, state government officials have made it a priority to complete these maps and have approved a budget to do so. In the meantime, the state has set forth stricter… Continue Reading Fault Maps and Real Estate Dirt

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North Santa Monica Real Estate Market Surging In 2012

The Following Article is from the Spring 2012 Newsletter A year-to-date (YTD) market recap as of April 24th, 2012 shows closed sales at around $96 million with an energy unlike any in years.  At this time our MLS shows 30 active listings, 19 properties in escrow, 33 sold and 26 that have gone off the market for a total of 108 properties in various… Continue Reading North Santa Monica Real Estate Market Surging In 2012

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Local Agents Know Best

The Following Article is from the Spring 2012 Newsletter In the old days, people used real estate agents to find them a house. Today, they use the Internet. Gone are the days of driving prospective buyers from house to house, often looking at dozens of homes, to find a suitable location and style of home to fit a buyer’s taste and budget. An agent’s… Continue Reading Local Agents Know Best

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The New Market

 The Following Article is from the Summer 2010 Newsletter We have entered a new era of real estate.  We have a new world economy, new banking guidelines, potentially new tax ramification for homeownership, new expectations from buyers and sellers alike, new communication and marketing technologies and a new breed of real estate agent.  When you mix it all together what effect is it having… Continue Reading The New Market

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PHS Q & A SPRING 2007

The Following Arcticle is from the Spring 2007 Newsletter Q.   We’ve been to a couple of open houses and they’re in escrow.  What’s going on? ANSWER: Often times, a real estate agent will hold open houses after they have accepted an offer.  Agents do this when the escrow is still fresh and the people buying the house have open contingencies and could potentially blow out… Continue Reading PHS Q & A SPRING 2007

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PHS Q & A FALL 2006

The Following Article is from the Fall 2006 Newsletter Q.  I would like to list and sell my house this month while the market is active, but we won’t be ready to move out until early spring.  What is the best way to accomplish this?  ANSWER: It is quite common for a seller to stay in their house after they have sold it and… Continue Reading PHS Q & A FALL 2006

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