Economic Update – Week of July 19, 2020

In an unexpected turn the coronavirus has seen some of its highest days in the last 30, despite drops in cases in other countries around the world.  Regardless, this wave will likely be less devastating on the stock market and economic woes as the first one Consumer Price Index. Let’s start with the good news. … Continued

Can I Sell My House in Foreclosure in Los Angeles?

Do you have a Los Angeles California house that’s in foreclosure right now? Many people going through the California foreclosure process want to get out from under that burdensome house and wonder if they can sell the house in foreclosure. The short answer: yes. The long answer: it’s a little more complicated, but usually you … Continued

Selling My House for Cash in Los Angeles

Should you take a cash offer for your Los Angeles house? Not always. I’ll tell you how to sell any property for cash, some reasons to refuse a cash offer – and when you shouldn’t say no. Selling My House for Cash in Los Angeles If you’re selling a property in Los Angeles to an end … Continued

How Do I Sell My House Without An Agent in Los Angeles?

If you’re looking to sell your house or investment property in Los Angeles without using a real estate agent, we can help. Although we do cooperate with brokers, sometimes it’s best to avoid paying someone to be in the middle. After all, paying 5-6% of the sale of a property in a commission is a lot of … Continued

Home Buyers In Los Angeles – We Analyze The 3 Ways To Sell

Looking For Home Buyers In Los Angeles? We Analyze The 3 Ways To Sell Your Home In Los Angeles If you own a home and are thinking about selling to home buyers in Los Angeles, you have a number of selling options available to you. In this blog post, we’ll look at those 3 ways … Continued

The Real Cost Of The Stimulus

More Money, More Problems… The Real Cost Of The Stimulus Short Term Deflation Many of you may have noticed a lot of sales lately from your favorite stores.  Most of these sales are happening because they want to get the consumer to spend more and while that may mean you get to buy some great … Continued

How Landlords in Los Angeles Can Appeal to Tenants During COVID-19

Tenants are beginning to receive stimulus payments and some are using it to move. You may be receiving multiple applications for your available rental property, but once you locate a great tenant, you may be competing with other landlords to have this tenant. Here are some ways you can appeal to tenants in Los Angeles … Continued

Sell My House Fast In Los Angeles – What Are My Options?

“What Are My Options To Sell My House Fast In Los Angeles?” Homeowners in Los Angeles who want to sell their home quickly need to know what their options are… If you own a home and you’re thinking, wondering, “how do I sell my house fast Los Angeles,” this blog post is a quick tutorial … Continued

How How To Sell Your House To Avoid Foreclosure In Los Angeles

Do you need to sell your house to avoid foreclosure in Los Angeles? Learn more about what you can do to stop the bank and save your credit in our latest post! Nobody wants to deal with the foreclosure process, but unfortunately, it happens to good people every day. While foreclosure rates are down to … Continued

Why Won’t My House Sell In Los Angeles?

You’re trying to sell a Los Angeles house that just won’t sell? And yet – the news says the real estate market is heating up. The media is practically shouting again about multiple offers, high demand, and record-setting prices. We buy house fast Los Angeles. So where’s your contract? These tips could be just what you … Continued

How Long Before Things Get Back To ‘Normal’? Recovery Alphabet Soup…

Last week I discussed the difference between the Great Recession we saw in 2008 and 2009 versus the current pandemic induced recession or Coronavirus Recession.  In short, our economy relies heavily on household consumption for state prosperity and despite a historic stimulus package in both spending and depth, unemployment remains at the highest percentage, post-Great … Continued