Real Estate and Buying Tips from Our Local Experts

California Coronavirus Weekly Update

By Charles Gardner on

New active listings in California surged 18.6 percent the week ending May 1, the third weekly gain in a row and a sign that sellers are starting to feel more comfortable putting their houses on the market again. Moreover, while closed sales of single-family homes remain low, last week California...

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Free Food Resources During COVID-19

By Pamela Richardson on

Free Food Resources for LA County Residents and Ways to Help As COVID-19 continues to impact our lives, may of our neighbors are struggling financially to make ends meet. Sometimes this struggle includes feeding our families, for assistance you can visit https://www.getcalfresh.org/ to apply for food stamps or visit https://food-resources-lacounty.hub.arcgis.com/...

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Help With Your Energy Bills

By Pamela Richardson on

Help With Your Energy Bills Below is a list of protections for utility customers created by the State in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Please also visit your specific utility’s webpage for more specific information about protections and benefits that may be available to you.For additional resources related to the...

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First Time Buying Real Estate

By Anthony Lipari on

REAL ESTATE FACTORS TO KEEP IN MIND AS A FIRST TIME HOME BUYER IN NJ Finding the perfect residential property in Mantoloking NJ, Brick NJ, Toms River NJ, Manasquan NJ, and Seaside Park NJ can be a long and complex procedure. This is why, it really important for you to...

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The Covid-19 Pandemic And The Real Estate Market

By Jena Congdon on

5 Simple Graphs Proving This Is NOT Like the Last Time With all of the volatility in the stock market and uncertainty about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), some are concerned we may be headed for another housing crash like the one we experienced from 2006-2008. The feeling is understandable. Ali Wolf, Director...

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Real Estate News

By Hector Zapata on

New Sewer Main Installation Completed in Victoria Park Nearly a mile of new 16-inch sewer main has been successfully installed in the Victoria Park neighborhood. The new stretch of ductile iron pipe begins at NE 19 Avenue and NE 6 Court, runs south on Victoria Terrace, and then west on...

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By Kent Tunell on

I bring to you those qualities I look for in other professionals: integrity, experience, knowledge, and cutting edge skills. My 40+ year career has revolved around customer service in the real estate and technology industries, and has regularly involved utilizing technology in new and unique ways to do a better...

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