We here at Klein Real Estate would like to wish our readers a very Happy Easter! Easter, which celebrates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead, is Christianity’s most important holiday. Want to know more about the history of Easter? Read on for more details… Read more
Here at Klein Real Estate, we’re often asked by existing homeowners on the best to list their homes for sale. To be sure, while timing the housing market to the moment when interest rates are low and buyer demand is high may seem ideal, the decision to sell your home should be based on a variety of factors that are both financial and emotional. Read more
For the month of February 2014, Dataquick is reporting that the median sales price of all homes throughout L.A. County – including new and existing single-family homes and condominiums – rose by nearly 23% from the same month of 2013 to $434,000. For the overall area of West LA., prices rose by over 10% to $772,500. Read more
Here at Klein Real Estate, we often work with potential buyers who have already done some of the legwork and been pre-approved for a mortgage loan. If you have been approved for a mortgage for your next home, you might be assuming you can breathe easy now and just concentrate on packing and preparing for your move. Not quite!
Happy First Day of Spring from Klein Real Estate! Springtime is often associated with the ideas of rebirth, regrowth and renewal of the Earth as plants begin to bloom and we all experience a slight taste of the warmer months to come. The first official day of spring is marked annually by the vernal equinox. For 2014, the vernal equinox is Thursday, March 20, 2014. Read more
According to the folks at Dataquick, Southern California home sales dropped to the lowest level for a February in six years as many would-be buyers struggled with inventory constraints, credit hurdles and reduced affordability. The median price paid for a home edged up slightly from January and remained nearly 20 percent higher than a year earlier. Read more
After being on the market for nearly a year and following a series of price cuts, veteran comedy writer and producer Larry David of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Seinfeld” fame finally sold his Pacific Palisades estate. The charming English Country manor originally came to market in March 2013 for nearly $15 million, but saw its price cut by $2 million in November. David ultimately received about $1 million less than that amount—the property recently closed for $12 million. Read more