Posts Tagged ‘hancock park’

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7 Reasons why now is a great time to buy a home!

December 15, 2010

It’s prime time to buy a home!

I just read a great ebook called “7reasons Why Now is a Great Time to Buy a Home!”It’s filled with positive, exciting information to help buyers seize the incredible market opportunities available to them right now. Over the next seven weeks, I’ll be sharing key excerpts from this ebook with you in my blog. For a free copy of the ebook, contact me and I will send it your way. 323.804.2008


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It’s Enough with Doom and Gloom

September 23, 2010

Please read this article from the Wall Street Journal. Now is definitely the time to buy…

online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703376504575492023471133674.html?mod=wsj_share_facebook

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Fabulous Art & Charity Event Last Night at KW Los Feliz

September 11, 2010

Keller Williams does it again. Our Art Exhibit and Charity event benefitting Breast Cancer Research was a huge success. 200 people attended , viewed Art, purchased raffles, enjoyed wine, refreshments and won great prizes. The exhibit will remain up for 3mos. Please stop by and check out the work (it’s gift giving time soon). Keller Williams does not take any commission from the artists, all the monies raised for the charity come from selling raffle tickets. I have to say I was very disappointed that the Cuban Food Truck “No Jodas”that we scheduled for the event never showed. But KW and Cheech’s pizzeria in Los Feliz came through and all the starving art patrons were happy. And we sold ART.

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6 Ways to Get Your Finances in Order Video

May 30, 2010

HOME BUYERS

CLICK HERE: IF You’re Thinking of Purchasing a Home This is an Important Video to Watch. “6 Ways to get your Financing in Order “

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May 12, 2010

According to a report in Inman News

Top 10 Areas for Single-Family Median Price Increases


Rank
Metropolitan Area % change, Q1 ’09-Q1 ’10
1 Saginaw-Saginaw Township North, Mich. 100.7%
2 Akron, Ohio 90.2%
3 Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor, Ohio 53.8%
4 San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, Calif. 28.9%
5 Grand Rapids, Mich. 26.0%
6 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Calif. 24.4%
7 Dayton, Ohio 22.8%
8 Memphis, Tenn.-Miss.-Ark. 18.5%
9 Gary-Hammond, Ind. 18.3%
10 Elmira, N.Y. 17.8%

Top 10 Areas for Single-Family Median Price Decreases

Rank Metropolitan Area % change, Q1 ’09-Q1 ’10
1 Orlando, Fla. -15.0%
2 Ocala, Fla. -14.5%
3 Cumberland, Md.-W.V. -14.4%
4 Boise City-Nampa, Idaho -13.9%
5 Reno-Sparks, Nev. -13.5%
6 Hagerstown-Martinsburg, Md.-W.V. -13.0%
7 Las Vegas-Paradise, Nev. -11.8%
8 Glens Falls, N.Y. -11.5%
9 Salt Lake City, Utah -11.4%
10 Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, Fla. -11.0%
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Free MLS search Silver Lake Los Feliz Mt.Washington Echo Park

May 3, 2010

If you are interesting in finding a home in Silver Lake Los Feliz or the surrounding areas go to: http://www.karennumme.com/aboutus and click on the MLS Search. I would be happy to answer any real estate questions you may have.  I have lived in Silver Lake for 15years and have a Masters of Architecture Degree which has proved to be an asset to my clients.

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REALTOR� Magazine-Daily News-Tax Credits Have Been Pricey and Effective

April 29, 2010

Daily Real Estate News | April 28, 2010 |
As the home buyer tax credits near their end, analysts are concluding that the program was both expensive and successful.

The Treasury Department estimates that the credits helped 1.8 million people buy homes, but critics reply that two-thirds of the $12.6 billion in credits spent through the end of February went to people who would have purchased a home anyway.

Sen. Johnny Isakson, a Republican from Georgia, who worked as a real estate practitioner for 30 years and pushed through the 2010 extension and expansion of the program, says: “It’s true that a lot of people who got the credit might have bought without it, but they might have bought in 2012 or 2013. This got them to buy in 2009 and 2010, when we needed to shore things up.”

Economist Mark Zandi at Moody’s Economy.com agrees. “The tax credit helped to stanch the price declines, which had substantial benefit for the entire economy,” he says. “The home is still the largest asset on most people’s balance sheet, so when prices are falling, nothing works for most families. But now people can take a deep breath and think clearly again.”

Source: The New York Times, David Kocieniewski (04/26/2010).