March 27, 2014 on 9:03 pm | In Buyers, Fascinating Information, For Your Purchasing Pleasure, Market Snapshot, Market Trends, Uncategorized | 2 Comments

edited by Jodi Summers

With home prices on the rise, investors are buying fewer homes. Investment properties made up about 22% of home sales last year, down from 24% in 2012 and 27% in 2011, notes the National Association of Realtors.

With fewer cash buyers out there, comditions have become far more favorable for owner/user familes/

For more information please contact Jodi Summers and the SoCal Investment Real Estate Group @ Sotheby’s International Realty – or 310.392.1211, and let us move forward together.






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  1. We are ready.

    Comment by RiLa — March 27, 2014 #

  2. It’s not exactly shocking that the top one percent are much whiter than America as a whole, but it is worth noting. The overwhelming maleness of the top 1 percent is also interesting in a world where some people are proclaiming that the economy is working great for women. But the same survey also shows that 70 percent of the “next 90 percent” are male. This appears to be an artifact of Survey of Consumer Finances methodology, which appears to code mixed-gender married couples as male.

    Comment by Vox — May 1, 2014 #

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