24th Wednesday Jun 2020

4012 Scandia Way, Los Angeles, CA 90065



4012 Scandia Way, Los Angeles, CA 90065

1958 Mid-Century: 4012 Scandia Way, Los Angeles, CA 90065

4012 Scandia Way, Los Angeles, CA 90065
$899,000
1958 Mid-Century
2 Bedrooms/1 Bathroom
1,092 Sq. Ft., 6,517 Sq. Ft. Lot
Fireplace, Wood Floors, Vaulted Ceiling

Nestled on a lush and leafy knoll is this bright and airy 1958 Mid-Century in Glassell Park. Located on a hillside, it sits just up the street from shops and eateries along Eagle Rock Blvd.   

Priced at $899k, it has a warm and inviting floor plan awash in natural light, wood floors, a vaulted ceiling, fireplace, updated kitchen with Miele and Fisher & Paykel appliances, multiple outdoor spaces to staycation all summer long and the satisfaction of knowing you got the most coveted style of home in all of L.A. Offers are due 6/30/20. For more information or to schedule a private showing, contact Vanessa Yan.

Perched on a lush and leafy knoll in Glassell Park Living room with fireplace, vaulted ceiling and wood floors Vaulted ceiling and view of the patio Dining area Updated kitchen with fancy appliances Master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling window Second bedroom Roomy patio Upper patio with treetop views. Listing courtesy of Tracy Do – Compass.
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21st Tuesday Apr 2020

Buying a House in L.A. in the Age of Corona

Written by: Vanessa
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Category: Real Estate Bits


Buying a house d Buying a house during a pandemic?

Thinking of buying a house in Los Angeles during the Covid-19 pandemic? Yes, it can be done and no, you’re not crazy! The rules have changed a bit, but for the most part it’s still business as usual. With rates hovering near historic lows and inventory being tighter than ever, buyers and sellers are finding no reason to stay away from each other. That said, there are a few things you should know about buying a house now, in order of importance:

#1 Check in with your lender and make sure you get an updated loan pre-approval. Your lender has always been super important and now even more so. Guidelines are changing almost weekly as are processing times. Everything is taking longer than usual and that pre-approval you got in February might no longer be valid so be sure to check in. 

#2 No more public open houses for the time being. Most properties are requiring you do several things like first driving by, watching a virtual tour and sending over your pre-approval before you can get a showing. Others might require all that and do a group chat with the sellers agent to further discuss. These rules weed out the lookie loos from the serious buyers and prevents unnecessary showings during social distancing.

#3 How to tour a house. Assuming you’ve done all that and still want to see it in person, prospective buyers must sign a document indicating they have not been exposed to Covid-19. Once we secure the date and time, buyers have to tour with masks, gloves and in some cases, booties. 

#4 Can I get a deal now? In general, no. The same rules still apply: if the house looks amazing, is priced well and is in the right neighborhood, it will still sell relatively quickly and in most cases, over asking. 

Have more questions about buying in this market? Just reach out 🙂

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30th Monday Mar 2020

City of Angels, I’ve Never Loved You More

Written by: Vanessa
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Category: Real Estate Bits
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I know it’s hard to pull away from watching the news as the numbers tick up daily, but I take comfort in seeing our local officials take appropriate action and neighbors, once strangers, coming together like never before to stop the spread by staying apart. It warms my heart to see that we’re rallying to keep our beloved mom n’ pop eateries afloat with our orders while others dust off sewing machines to stitch desperately needed masks for our frontline workers. I’ve always loved my birthplace L.A., but never as much as I do now.
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