Tracy Do has worked in real estate for over 18 years, providing expert service for every client. Tracy and her team are committed to a proactive approach that places their listings front-and-center in the marketplace. There’s a reason that you see her name everywhere; for the best homes, all signs point to Tracy Do.Continue Reading
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Pandemic. Economic uncertainty. Political turmoil. Through it all, the housing market in Northeast Los Angeles continues to break records. Have NELA homebuyers lost their minds? The answer, in a word, is “No.” The main drivers of today’s prices are limited supply and healthy demand, as explained here. Against that backdrop, the price of a house […]Continue Reading
By Tracy Do
Location is everything, and at Genre NoHo owners are in the heart of the entertainment industry. Bordering Burbank, and with easy access to the studios, Genre is just minutes from the NoHo Arts District with its choice roster of outdoor cafes.
By Jeffery Marino
By every measure, the recent market for residential real estate in Northeast Los Angeles is the strongest on record in data going back to 2012. Read about some of those records in this story.
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Historical charm and architectural significance are two of the biggest draws for NELA real estate buyers. Far from the condominium blocks of the Westside and the cookie-cutter sameness of the Valley, buyers are clearly willing to pay a premium for an Eastside 1920s Spanish Colonial or 1950s Craftsman. These two turn-of-the-century architectural gems, which recently […]Continue Reading
By Jeffery Marino
Residential real estate in Northeast Los Angeles is a seller’s market like no other.
In November, the latest month with full sales data, both the number of homes for sale and the number of homes sold increased in NELA. Inventory rose by 7% year-over-year, boosted by a 34% increase in new monthly listings, while sales increased by 8% year-over-year. It was the third month in a row of rising inventory and sales.
And yet, through it all, home prices just kept climbing.
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The median sale price for a home in Northeast Los Angeles recently hit $920,000, with even small Highland Park bungalows like this one selling for over $800,000. But even amid rising prices, it’s possible — not easy, but possible — to find an affordable home. The following three homes are all fixer-uppers but none of […]Continue Reading
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By Jeffery Marino
The premium that buyers are willing to pay for small houses is exploding. Here are three examples of just that!
For a while now, when brokers have been asked, “How’s the market?” some of them have answered by saying, “It’s adjusting.” The question about the direction of the market comes from people who have thinking about selling and are wondering if they may have missed a peak in prices. It also comes from people who […]Continue Reading
A Federal Reserve survey showed that 40% of American families would have trouble handling an unexpected $400 expense. And, that’s not just lower-income families. Read on.Continue Reading
California prides itself on being a prosperous state. But California has the highest poverty rate of all the states, 19%, according to a measure by the U.S. Census Bureau that looks at the costs of living in each state and the federal aid available to help cope with those costs. Over all, the census figures, […]Continue Reading
By all accounts, L.A. is one of the most expensive cities in America. With median home prices in Eagle Rock, Glassell Park and Mount Washington now approaching the million-dollar mark, NELA is officially among the priciest housing markets in L.A. But not everyone on the Eastside is a homeowner. In fact, renters account for the […]Continue Reading
Echo Park is the only neighborhood on the eastside of L.A. where homes are now selling for less than they did a year ago, according to a review by the Boulevard Sentinel of 10 eastside neighborhoods tracked by Redfin.com From March through May 2018, monthly home prices in Echo Park have declined year-over-year, with the […]Continue Reading
Los Angeles is awash in short-term rentals (STRs) and neighborhoods in Northeast L.A. are no exception. A recent glance at Airbnb and other STR sites turned up 251 offerings in Highland Park at an average rate of $98 per night, 159 in Eagle Rock at an average rate of $159 per night and 118 in […]Continue Reading
Laws passed in 2016 and 2017 have made it easy to convert garages into apartments, renovate back houses and build new free-standing apartments in one’s backyard. Homeowners seem to love the idea: In the year after the new laws took effect, nearly 2,000 applications were filed in Los Angeles for building permits for “accessory dwelling […]Continue Reading
It’s no secret that many houses for sale in NELA in recent years have been flipped by investors who buy, remodel and quickly re-sell them for big profits. What is (somewhat) surprising is that investor buying remains strong even at today’s high prices – and that homebuyers are still paying up for recently rehabbed […]Continue Reading
It’s cliché at this point to say that the real estate market is “hot” in Northeast Los Angeles. It has been five years since Redfin, a real estate firm, ranked Highland Park as the nation’s hottest neighborhood and four years since Eagle Rock came in second in that same ranking. 2017 was yet another blockbuster […]Continue Reading