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Market Report La Crescenta July 2015

La Crescenta continues to be strong despite the summer recess that the neighboring cities seem to take.  Properties commanded, on average, 100% of list price. La Crescenta definitely takes center stage. Are you curious about the value of YOUR home? Fill out the quick form below and we’ll prepare a […]

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Market Report Mid-Glendale July 2015

Mid-Glendale has had the best real estate activity out of the four areas of Glendale for July. With more properties available on the market for Buyers, houses having approximately 37 day escrows, sales at an even pace, this area remains steady despite the summer slowdown. Are you curious about the […]

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Market Report S. Glendale July 2015

South Glendale is composed of 3 zip codes: 91203, 91204 and 91205. This seems like a large mass of real estate but there has been little to almost no activity here. We expect to see a dramatic change in numbers as we roll into an Indian Summer. Are you curious […]

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Market Report NW Glendale July 2015

Northwest Glendale has also been bitten by the dog days of summer, leaving it scratching its ears with a decrease in real estate transactions. Are you curious about the value of YOUR home? Fill out the quick form below and we’ll prepare a simple market report for just you. If you are […]

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Market Report Downtown Glendale June 2015

Downtown Glendale Market Report

South Glendale- home to the uber cool downtown area, Adams Hill and the always interesting Chevy Chase corridor. We have lots of diversity in this area… and a lot of rental inventory. Sales… not so much. Notice that the affordable homes are located here and the area has much to […]

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Market Report Mid-Glendale June 2015

Here is the market report for Mid Glendale, including Rossmoyne, Royal Canyon, Old Phillips, The Canyons and Northwest Glendale. This is the largest and densest of our neighborhoods, so don’t be surprised my our mac-daddy numbers. We also have the largest concentration of multi-unit buildings and this will skew our […]

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