Monthly Archives: April 2016

New Study Examines Impact of Parental Money on Millennial Homebuying

The potential and limitations of the “Bank of Mom and Dad.” Click here to read article.

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The Gen X Focus

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It Could Take Years for Big-City Millennials to Save for a Down Payment

They want to buy, but millennials in the country’s biggest metros aren’t socking enough away. Click here to read article.

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What Sells?

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Why rents in SoCal will keep rising in the coming years

USC researchers are forecasting that the average rent on an apartment in much of Southern California will rise by at least $100 over the next two years. Click here to read article.

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March 2016 Real Estate Activities

        We continued with good activities in the month of March – 13 solds, including one private sale. The highest sold $/sqft dropped down below the $1K mark – $996/sqft on Oak Grove Ave., which was also … Continue reading

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Planning A Kitchen Remodel In 7 Easy Steps

If your kitchen is looking a bit dated, consider a remodel to upgrade its efficiency and looks. Click here to read article.

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Millennials Under Pressure

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The Tenant Leaves, But Some Of His Property Stays. What’s Next?

It happens from time to time that a tenant who has vacated premises may leave behind some personal property. It may be good stuff or it may be junk – much of which is no doubt determined by the eyes … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t New Homes Going Up That Millennials Can Afford?

All across the country, home prices are shooting up, driving buyers to slug it out in bloody bidding wars. And those feeling the punches the hardest: first-time home buyers. Cut me, Mick! Click here to read article.

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