By Sharon Sharp, President Escrow L.A., Inc. I have found over the years that most sellers and buyers are not familiar with typical costs they will incur when selling or buying a home, and they are shocked when they receive their estimated closing statement. It is important for you to know what to expect when […]
We just hit a major milestone- turning five years. In the online world – this is probably the same as dog years, which makes us 35 years old in online counting! Well – it feels that way! Why – because we have become an established California real estate destination.
By Antonio Cardenas RE eBroker A Sunday afternoon Open House Tour can give the serious home buyer the right information about the neighborhood the buyer is interested in. There are many benefits to opening a house for sale on a Sunday afternoon. It saves having to make an appointment to see it and it makes […]
Should I rent or buy? This is a question so many would-be homeowners have asked themselves in recent years, and all too often they are left with the realization that owning is simply unaffordable at the moment. Fortunately, I have good news for those of us who make a living off buying and selling homes […]
Though the RE market has remained cool throughout most of 2014, the smartphone app market has been red hot. 2014 has blessed us with innovations such as “Curb Call”, the Uber-like smartphone app to locate close by realtors, and “Realync”, a cloud-based video app designed to allow prospective buyers to tour a home remotely. Now […]
On September 23, 2014, RE-Insider published an article on this website entitled “DisclosureSave NHD Report Cost Home Seller More Than $620,000 and Bankruptcy.” The article concerned the outcome of a lawsuit brought against a real estate seller, Ms. Ziba Sohaei, and other defendants, by the buyer, Ms. Elaine Bandalin. The piece was based upon information […]