Recently, I had a listing in Orange County that attracted over 30 written offers. Since the property needed some work, my client decided to set the asking price slightly under market given the costs of fixing it up.
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What is the outlook for Southern California real estate for 2014? That question is on a lot people’s minds. It’s no secret that some are hoping for another a year like 2013.
The real estate market in the Inland Empire has certainly gone through some changes over the past few years. Keeping abreast of what’s happening in the commercial property market in the Inland Empire is of interest to many people.
With the Holidays ahead, some people prefer to put off big decisions until after the New Year. Given what has happened over the past 12 months in our local market to property prices,
It is my opinion that property price levels of 2013 in Southern California are reminiscent of what they were back in 2007. Since the recession,
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It’s no secret that many investors prefer not to manage their real estate investments.
As a broker, I’m always eager to learn about new deals to bring to my investor clients. Of course, whenever there is an opportunity to promote my exclusive property listings to other investors and brokers,
To better assist my clients, I do a lot of networking to learn about new deals. Since some of my clients are primarily interested in net leased real estate investments,
Since the start of the year, I’ve been impressed with the number of savvy investors jumping back into the real estate market. With the stock market way up from where it was in 2008,
It’s no secret that that interest rates and property prices are low. Nevertheless, many investors prefer not to get involved in real estate because of what happened in 2008.