Sunday, October 08, 2006

Activity - choice for the Buyer - 24 new listings

For buyers of Single Family Homes to live in... It is a very good time.

Low interest rates and Choice! For three years it has been panic buy mode.
"Quick make an offer before someone else gets it!"

Now you the buyer get to really look at the homes on the market and pick the one that is a fit to your needs and desires. As a Buyers agent frequently I have been afforded a moment to go back to the real task of getting the Best Fit and the Best Terms.

In the last 3 days there were 24 new listings in the local markets I track here on the West side of Los Angeles. This is a good sample of the west Los Angeles communities I stay closely in tune with...
  • West LA
  • Cheviot Hills
  • Rancho Park
  • Beverlywood
  • Santa Monica
  • Palms
  • Mar Vista
  • Marina Del Rey
  • Venice
From these areas you have great values. Good quality of life and do not always need to get on the freeway to commute to the most profitable business hubs of Los Angeles. Closer to the beach you get the cool breezes and closer to the Beverly Hills area you get strong values as well.

What areas do you like in that selection? Hit Comments.
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Values and the experience to tell you the truth about the market and the condition of the property in question is what you need from a buyers agent. Ask me about those services I'll be glad to help.

Keith Lambert
Buyers Agent and Full Service Realtor.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Homes in good School areas are worth more

Homes that are in areas with the best schools are stronger in the resale market. Just think of all the funds NOT going to a private school that can be used for paying for the mortgage etc.

One of the local Mar Vista area schools to look into is a real up and comer. Beethoven is getting the parent participation that has typically made "Mar Vista Elem" the dream school.


Saturday, October 7, 2006
School Beautification Day at Beethoven School,

on Saturday, October 7 from 8am till noon @ 3711 Beethoven Street, Los Angeles, CA 90066. We could use help with mulching of the Garden beds and planting as well as weeding and general clean up. Bring gardening gloves and a shovel or rake if you have them. Volunteers will be trying to complete the learning terrace that day. This project was made possible by a CB grant and transforms an unused asphalted area into a brick and planter filled area with benches for outdoor instruction.

Check it out if you are in the area. Pitch in if you have the time. It is all for the kids.