Beginning Your Home Search
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- Are You Ready to Buy?
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- Beginning Your Home Search
- The Transaction from Start to Finish
- Obtaining a Mortgage Loan
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Once you’ve determined that you’re ready to buy, it’s time to begin thinking about where you want to look. You’ll find there are many questions you must answer about the type of house you want to purchase. For example, are you interested in an older home or a new one? How big of a home do you need? Would you like to move closer to certain major roads or freeways? Your REALTOR® can answer many questions about the homes and communities you’re considering, and in the meantime, there are myriad resources available for you to begin your research.
Location Is Everything
Do you want to live in a particular city or neighborhood? If you’re a parent, you’re probably considering school districts and other child-friendly options like the proximity to parks. If you’re relocating to an unfamiliar area, you can contact the city or county government for information about the community. It’s a good idea to investigate crime statistics per neighborhood when you’re narrowing down the areas of your home search.
Or perhaps location is the reason why you’re buying in the first place — to move closer to your work, your spouse’s work or your extended family, or to live within a particular school district’s zone. As you’re probably aware, the location of your home can have a dramatic effect on its price.
Westside Properties is a full-service real estate boutique brokerage based in Pacific Palisades serving the entire Westside of Los Angeles. We proudly represent the finest properties throughout the Westside.
We work as a team and combine our extensive real estate experience, powerful resources and connections to benefit you whether you are looking you buy or sell a home in today’s exciting and lucrative real estate market.
Call us now to get started on the road to buying or selling your next home.
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You may have experienced growing pains in your current home, which prompted you to pursue buying a new abode. Or you’re entering a self-employed profession and need a home office. Consider all your space requirements before you start searching for a new home. There’s no reason to waste time looking at two-bedroom condos when you really need a four-bedroom house.
Once you’ve narrowed down the specifics of your ideal home, where do you find listings? This Website has access to thousands of listings in your area through the Multiple Listings Service (MLS). He or she will help you find available homes that meet your criteria.
Bankowned REO Properties
Sq. Ft.: 7,402
Bathrooms: 4 full | 1 partial
Sq. Ft.: 4,340
Sq. Ft.: 3,405
Sq. Ft.: 3,279
Sq. Ft.: 2,734
Sq. Ft.: 2,639
Bathrooms: 2 full | 1 partial
Sq. Ft.: 1,566
Bathrooms: 2 full | 1 partial
Sq. Ft.: 1,867
Sq. Ft.: 3,000
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CARETS, California Real Estate Technology Services, is a consolidated MLS property listing data feed comprised of CLAW (Combined LA/Westside MLS), CRISNet MLS (Southland Regional AOR), DAMLS (Desert Area MLS),CRMLS (California Regional MLS), i-Tech MLS (Glendale AOR/Pasadena Foothills AOR) and VCRDS (Ventura County Regional Data Share).
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CARETS data last updated at April 24, 2014 2:00 AM PT
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