Less than 30% of Los Angeles residents are in a financial position to purchase a median-priced home, according the California Association of Realtors. If you’re a first-time buyer, it can be even more difficult because you aren’t selling a property they can sell to cover the cost of the down payment. Fortunately, there are programs […]
If you’ve owned your property for a while, no doubt you’ve accumulated quite a bit of equity. Many titleholders allow their assets to accumulate. Others cash out and use the money for other things such as….
Here’s a rundown on the smartest and most popular gadgets for the 21st century household. ** https://www.car.org/marketing/clients/infographics/Smart%20Home%20Tech
Have you tried to get a mortgage recently? It can be an obstacle course of paperwork to get a loan…but weave the impediments and you can buy a home. Here are five key actions you need to accomplish to get a mortgage.
New year, new home? Here’s how savvy homebuyers decide where they’re going to live.
You know the obvious reasons to buy a home – location, location, location. We’d like to share with you some of the other factors that influence sale price:
More than 69 million Americans live in 342,000 common-interest communities. The majority of owners believe the Homeowners Association protect their home values. Here’s why:
Growing up during the great recession has made millennials better at monitoring their money that most people give them credit for doing. Here’s an overview of millennial money habits:
Why do we remodel? Many of the homes in the Los Angeles area are around 50 years old. Homeowners want modern amenities – new kitchens, updated bathrooms, smooth ceilings. Here are the top reasons homeowners remodel: