Archive for January, 2018

Would You Accept Cryptocurrency for the Sale of Your Home?

The rise in value of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has been a hot topic lately. Some real estate brokers are even offering “Accepting Bitcoin” as a sales and marketing gimmick to move listings. Call me old fashioned, but I do not think doing so, or doing so without strong caveats, is working in your seller’s […]

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Seabluff Flats Sales Registration Begins Tuesday

Seabluff Flats, the long-awaited condo project by The New Home Company, being built on the site of the former farmers market parking lot is beginning priority sales registration on Tuesday, January 9th at 10:00 AM. Playa Vista dot com states that units are being offered “from the low $1 Millions” with the smallest units being microscopic […]

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Entry-Level Inventory Coming Soon

Has it been 15 years already? Beginning this April, homeowners who purchased Controlled Price Units (CPU’s) will no longer be bound by maximum resale price restrictions and will be able to start selling these properties for market value. For over 100 units with an original sale date in 2003, the lifting of this maximum price restriction is likely […]

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Why January is a Great Time for Sellers and Challenging for Buyers

If you’re a buyer looking to lock up a new place early this year, sorry, I don’t have good news. January has typically been a great month to put a property on the market. As a listing agent, my listing might be the only game in town, so I can usually count on multiple offers and sales […]

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