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Attention when buying a flipped property.

 Benjamin Schick  has been a contractor on the Westside of Los Angeles for decades. His experience as a builder bodes our clients well when looking at properties for purchase. If you are out alone looking at properties, here are a few hints on what to look for when looking at a property that was bought and rehabbed and then put...

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Selling your property and wondering what you are required to do?

Below are some of the municipalities requirements for properties on the Westside.

Carbon Monoxide Alarm Requirements

The California Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act of 2010 (Cal. Health & Safety Code §§ 13260 et seq) is now law requiring carbon monoxide detectors to be installed in every “dwelling unit intended for human occupancy.”

A carbon monoxide detector is a device similar...

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Unwanted odors

Just when you’re ready to breathe a sigh of relief… We have taken the right photos. We have your home previewed on the right websites. We have sent out invitations to your open houses and to all the agents. And now…it’s the home’s time to shine.

It’s time for the deal-making or -breaking showing, and then it happens.

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Field Guide to Short-Term Rental Restrictions

Field Guide to Short-Term Rental Restrictions
Field Guide to Short-Term Rental Restrictions

According to the 2013 NAR Investment and Vacation Home Buyers Survey, 80% of respondents purchased a vacation property for personal use, but 23% purchased with the intent of renting to others. Renting out a vacation home can offset the costs of this investment until retirement. But what happens when a community acts to restrict...

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