Northeast LA (NELA) already is popular for several reasons. But when narrowing down to a specific neighborhood it helps to know what to look for.
Sometimes it makes sense to modernize and redecorate, other times a seller is smartest to leave the work to others. Knowing which to do when is the trick.
Most homebuyers enjoy looking at real estate, particularly in character-rich Northeast LA. But first you should get your financial ducks in a row.
Northeast Los Angeles is a destination for thousands of homebuyers. If you plan to sell, be sure to pick an agent with the right experience and credentials.
There’s an art to selling real estate, but the science of numbers comes into play for any great real estate agent.
Shopping for a home is fun for many people. And while signs for open houses suggest come-one-come-all, you should be both polite and strategic.
Real estate closings involve multiple parties performing several tasks to ensure legal transfer of the property, plus a solid loan contract with your lender.
It’s almost a requirement for Realtors and sellers to recognize you as a serious buyer by being pre-approved. But in fact, you really are just “pre-qualified.”
The agent compensation system in Northeast Los Angeles is designed to ensure smart, smooth transactions that are fair to both buyers and sellers.
If you’re buying a home or selling a home, what is the best way to obtain an accurate value of your home? Fortunately, there’s a simple answer.
In close proximity to the highly successful City of Pasadena, Altadena is gaining some well-earned respect reflected in its home values.
The rapidly developing area of North East Los Angeles (NELA) lends new meaning to the name “Boomtown”. Following in the footsteps of Highland Park, their neighbor to the West, the pictures...
For many years - decades, in fact - the LA district of Mount Washington was one of the hidden treasures of Los Angeles neighborhoods. †
Pasadena is considereda powerhouse city located only ten minutes northeast of Los Angeles. The city has earned a reputation as one of the region’s cultural hubs.†
From LA’s earliest days, people have wanted to live in the storied neighborhood of Echo Park. †