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Westwood Village Condos

Westwood Village Condos For Sale

Buildings:

10982 Roebling Ave – Club California

11051-11009 Strathmore Dr – Strathmore Townhomes

969 Hilgard Ave= Park Westwood Towers

540 Kelton Ave –

10966 Strathmore Dr – Villa Campana

10830 Lindbrook Dr 

10836 Lindbrook Dr

10840 Lindbrook Dr

440 Veteran Ave

11099 Ophir Dr

448 Kelton Ave

11044 Ophir Dr

630 Kelton Ave

11370 Sunset Blvd

390 S Sepulveda 

 

NEARBY CONDOS:

 

Westwood Village Adjacent Condos

10966 Rochester Ave – Kelton Arms

1300 Midvale Ave – Westwood Gardens

390 S Sepulveda Blvd – Montana Regency

 

Wilshire Corridor

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Best First Time Home Buyer Areas in Los Angeles

When starting the search for your first home in Los Angeles, there is obviously a plethora of homes to choose from. However, what are the best first time home buyer areas in Los Angeles?

Which neighborhoods will allow you to find not only your perfect home but also have things to do while still falling within your price range?

The Average Home for First Time Home Buyers in Los Angeles (h1)

The term “first time home” doesn’t just speak to the purchase of your first home. It also references price, number of bedrooms, square feet, and style of home.

The average first-time home is:

  • $500,000 – $800,000
  • 2-3 Bedrooms
  • 1000 – 2000 Square Feet
  • Single Family

While building this list, I used the criteria above but I also made sure to list the neighborhoods that had a sense of community and access to activities and events. The 3 areas I want to focus on are; The Valley, Northeast Los Angeles, and South of the 10.

The Valley  (H1)

The San Fernando Valley, or simply “The Valley”, is known for its great restaurants, movie studios, hiking trails and more. Unfortunately, it’s also known for its high home costs. But don’t fret, there are some areas of the Valley that are great for first time home buyers. These areas are:

  • Burbank
  • North Hollywood
  • Valley Glen
  • Valley Village

Let’s get started.

Burbank  (h2)

First on the list of best first time home buyer areas in Los Angeles is Burbank. Burbank is home to California’s biggest movie studios including Warner Brothers and Walt Disney making it a very cool place to live. Hungry? There is a plethora of award-winning restaurants and cafes.

Because of its popularity, the median home price in Burbank has been going up, but the average price per home in Burbank still falls into our first time home buyer range at $789,000.

North Hollywood (h2)

Next up on my list for first time home buyers is North Hollywood. With the median home value coming in at $649,000, North Hollywood is one of the more affordable areas of the Valley.

Not only affordable, North Hollywood is also one of the more eclectic areas of Los Angeles housing the famous NoHo Arts District. With dozens of theatres, art galleries, cafes and shops, there is always something to do in the North Hollywood area.

Before moving on, if Burbank or North Hollywood are of interest to you, please click here and I will be in touch shortly.

Valley Village (h2)

North of Studio City, and West of North Hollywood, lies Valley Village. Nestled between the eclectic NoHo and the famous restaurants of Studio City, Valley Village is a great place for first time home buyers in Los Angeles.

The median home price is a little higher at $914,000 but being surrounded by so much to do, this is the perfect area for the more “social” first time home buyer.

Valley Glen (h2)

Valley Glen is one of the more diverse areas of San Fernando Valley, with roughly half of its residents being born outside of the US. Valley Glen is home to the Great Wall of Los Angeles which is a half-mile long mural which tells the history of California through the eyes of its minority residents. With a median listing price of $684,900, Valley Glen is slightly more affordable then Valley Village.

That brings our areas in this section to a close. If you are interested in the Valley please click the button below and I will put together a list of available homes that meet your needs! The next areas on the list of best first time home buyer areas in Los Angeles is NELA, or Northeast Los Angeles.

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Northeast Los Angeles (H1)

The second area on our list of best first time home buyer areas in Los Angeles is North of Chinatown and West of San Marino ; the neighborhood cluster known as Northeast LA or NELA.

Not only is Northeast Los Angeles riddled with hidden gems (https://www.discoverlosangeles.com/blog/unlock-hidden-gems-northeast-la), but 5 of the 7 neighborhoods that make up NELA fall right into our criterion for first time home buyers. The 5 neighborhoods are:

  • Highland Park
  • Montecito Heights
  • Atwater Village
  • Mount Washington

Let’s discover Northeast Los Angeles.

Highland Park (h2)

Highland Park is one of the oldest settled areas in Los Angeles. While it has been through some transformations, today Highland Park is home to a large creative community. Whether it the beautifully crafted homes, the artsy shops, restaurants, or bars, Highland Park has become a very hot neighborhood for creatives and first time home buyers. Take a stroll down to Figueroa Street on a weekend and you will experience beautiful architecture, excellent coffee shops, and so much more. Definitely worth the look!

Besides the great community, the median listing price is $699,000 so it falls right into our first time home buyer price range! Come check out the area! Contact me here and we can go look at the NELA neighborhood and listings!

Montecito Heights

The cheapest place to live on our Northeast Los Angeles list, is Montecito Heights. The median listing price for homes in this neighborhood is $597,300. What’s nice about Montecito Heights is the fact it’s almost detached from the city life. The neighborhood is extremely green and trendy.

Like baseball? Montecito Heights is extremely close to the World Series Champion Dodgers. The Heights are also home to the Audubon Center. 

Atwater Village (h2)

Atwater Village is one of the more vibrant area of NELA, making it a great choice for our list! Atwater Village has a more expensive median home price; coming in at $789,200.

Not only is Atwater Village a vibrant place to live, but it is also a great neighborhood overall. Some of LA’s best restaurants and bars are right in walking distance from Atwater Village. Like the outdoors? Atwater Village is adjacent to Griffith Park and Griffith Observatory!

Known for the friendliness of its residents, Atwater Village is ready to welcome more first time home buyers into their neighborhood. So, while the home price is a little higher than the rest, for what is has to offer, Atwater Village is a top choice when it comes to areas for first time home buyers in LA.

Mount Washington (h2)

The neighborhood of Mount Washington is a peaceful neighborhood with incredible views. With just the hills separating downtown Los Angeles and this quiet residential community, Mount Washington offers a quaint, suburb experience while have all downtown has to offer just a few minutes away.

Similar to Atwater Village, the average listing price for a home in Mount Washington is $789,000. If you’re looking to start a family this could be a good area to look. Besides the windy roads and beautiful views, Mount Washington is home to one of the best elementary schools in all of Los Angeles.

This brings NELA to a close. I encourage you to finish the list to see what’s best, but if you have an area you would like further in to, please click the button below and I will be in touch soon.

Up next is our third and final area, the neighborhood “South of the 10”.

South of the 10 (h1)

Below the 10, or South LA, is another neighborhood that is great for first time home buyers in Los Angeles.  Home to USC and former host of the Summer Olympics, South LA is a diverse and exciting neighborhood to buy your first home.

The 3 areas that are best for first time home buyers are:

  • Leimert Park 
  • Crenshaw Manor
  • View Park – Windsor Hills 

Let’s begin with Crenshaw Manor.

Crenshaw Manor (h2)

The Crenshaw district has been a very hot area for first time home buyers as of late. According to Zillow, home prices in this area have gone up 18.7% over the last year.

Crenshaw Manor is a small neighborhood bordering Baldwin Hills. With the new, 2 billion dollar LAX / Crenshaw line now open, the community can expect to see new businesses and residential developments. The new project is certainly related to the spike in home prices, but the median listing price still falls in our range at $737,600.

Leimert Park (h2)

Another beneficiary of the LAX / Crenshaw Line, we have the historic Leimert Park. Staying in this price range the average listing price in Leimert Park comes in at $741,400. This area is an extremely family oriented neighborhood with a very strong sense of community. Leimert Park was Curbed’s Neighborhood of the Year in 2016 (https://la.curbed.com/2017/1/11/14206888/leimert-park-neighborhood-guide), so it is safe to say it has a lot to offer. If you take a moment to see what residents are saying in this interview, you will definitely want to take a look for yourself.

View Park – Windsor Hills (h2)

Last but certainly not least one our list of Best First Time Home Buyer Areas in Los Angeles is View Park – Windsor Hills. This area has a deep-rooted sense of culture and community; View Park – Windsor Hills is also known as one of the wealthiest, primarily African American communities. The median listing price in View Park Windsor Hill is slightly higher than the other 2 beneficiaries of the LAX / Crenshaw Line, with a median price of $829,000.

All 3 areas of South LA on this list are going to see an uptick in development and home price due to the new metro line previously mentioned. With all 3 neighborhoods being close to one another, it will be easy to show you all listings that meet your needs!

That brings out list to an end. I hope this was a good introduction to all my favorite areas for first time home buyers. If you have any questions or would like to explore any neighborhoods, please call (310) 388-7332 or click the button below. I look forward to speaking with you!

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121 S Hope St | Promenade

The Promenade
121 S Hope St
Los Angeles CA 90012

The Promenade is a 140-unit 6-story midrise condo building in the Bunker Hill neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles. Built in 1980 by Goldrich & Kest and Shapell Industries at an original cost of $26M, this terraced complex was intended to be a stark contrast to the nearby high rise commercial structures. It reminds me of hanging gardens from lush greens on garden terraces and mature trees.

Peter Kamnitzer, of architectural firm Kamnitzer Cotton Vreeland designed Promenade West. The German-born architect was well known for his public housing projects that included park-like grounds and used lots of outdoor space. Kamnitzer was also a professor at UCLA. 

Promenade’s next store neighbor- Promenade West across the street, was built two years later in 1982 and is remarkably similar. You can tell the difference between the two buildings by their color, the Promenade is white and Promenade West is green.

There is a 20,000 sqft of commercial area onsite known as the Plaza that offers residents convenience and has a fountain.

Promenade West is sure to have you feeling pampered.

Location

The promenade is located across from the Los Angeles music center at the corner of Hope and 1st.

The closest shops are onsite in Promenade Plaza. Promenade Plaza offers a small-scale retail experience, with a Bar, restaurant, yoga spot and a coffee shop. The Café puts on a weekly Jazz Night every Saturday. In addition, there is a small grocery store, Bunker Hill Market, in bunker hill Tower.  

Bunker Hill is located near the high art cultural center of the city. World renown traveling Balet, Opera, Theater, and Symphony, are all at your fingertips with the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theater, Walt Disney Concert Hall (Frank Gehry’s Masterwork is right across the street, some condos have views from their balconies), The Broad Museum, MOCA, and Colburn School of Music. No other place in LA has so much entertainment.

Easy access to the 5, 101, 110 freeways.

REAL ESTATE

Turnover Ratio: 5% or about 7 condos a year

Appreciation: 3.5%

Record Sale Price: $860,000 5/18/2006

All floorplans are single story. There is about a 50/50 mix of 1BR & 2BR floorplans with SQFT ranging from 950 to 1,500 sqft. If you are looking for a slightly bigger condo try Promenade West which has some 3 bedrooms.

(68) 1BR
950 Sqft 1100 sqft
Pricing: $500,000

(72) 2BR
Sqft 1200 – 1500
Pricing $600,000 to -$650,000

All units have a special balcony with greenhouse arch glass. These glass walls let in a lot of light, and bring the outdoors in, which was the architect’s original intent. He wanted a building that was human scale, with lots of grounds and balconies so people could enjoy the outdoors. 

The building allows hard surfaces anywhere inside the condos, so you can do your whole unit in hardwood if you like.

There are modest size kitchens right off the front entrance, mainly in a square configuration. Since the building is going on 40 years, many of the original condos have been remodeled. There is a big open living room with a combined dining room that seats 4. The kitchen has electric stoves. 

Master bedrooms have their own master bath and LARGE walk-in closet. Central HVAC inside.

Amenities

-Lobby- with 24-hour security and front doorman

-Outdoor Pool and Spa

-Full Gym

Parking & Laundry

Laundry: Laundry is community Laundry. There are two laundry rooms on each floor with two washing machines and two drying machines. There is an additional laundry room located on the P1 level for oversized laundry.

Parking: There is ample parking at Promenade with over 370 parking spaces in an 89,000 sqft subterranean garage. Owners get 1 parking space for one bedroom condos and two parking spaces for two bedroom condos. There are extra storage units in the garage. Guest parking?

Home Owners Association

Promenade Phone Numbers
Front Desk: (213) 617-8121
Office: (213) 617-3076

HOA dues Monthly Cost? $800/mo.-$900/mo.

HOA dues cover? EQ insurance, Building Maintenance, Building Insurance, Water, Basic Cable, Trash, Front Doorman

Owner Pays? Electric, Internet, Premium Cable

Any special assessments? No

Pet Policy? 1 pet under 25lbs allowed

Rental Policy? Must own condo one year before renting

EQ Insurance? Yes

CCRs?

Building Reserves?

Special move in instructions?

Can you have BBQ on balcony?

Management company?

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Move to Tennessee from California

When you are moving to Tennessee from California you have to plan a cross country move. Cross Country moves can cost between $5,000 to $10,000 (make sure to get insurance as movers at these prices will routinely break things) moves and take 2 or 3 days. Tennessee is a very interesting blend of North and south mixed with the east coast it has a convergence of many cultures and influences. The South influence comes from Ribs, jazz, and country, the north manufacturing like the rust belt. For fun activities, There are beautiful plantations with Southern Colonial Mansions on huge grounds. Many of the Plantations served as battlegrounds during the civil war. These make great architectural tours to spend an afternoon. Nashville is the country music capital of the United States, many of your favorite country music superstars performed there to this day. The job market is growing and salaries are high compared to living expenses. Moving from CA to TN you will definitely notice a big difference in real estate pricing between the two. Tennessee has 4 seasons and the trees change colors. Many tourists visit each year to watch the leaves. The land has an old river basin, flat in many areas with shale and slate outcroppings, these are the ending of the Appalachian mountains.  Whenever you have a lot of stone bedrock with shales and slates, radon can be an environmental hazard. In California, we don’t run into any problems with radon. 

Once you get to Tenessee, job transfer will make the decision easy because you will want to live close to your work. Traffic isn’t nearly as bad in Tennessee as California, so long-distance commutes are more manageable giving homeowners are larger radius to search in. One of my friends recently moved to SpringHill Tennessee and I visited them and I had a great vacation. Spring has a small-town feel with acres of land and many new construction homes are being built there. The new construction houses are traditional new English vernacular houses with gable roofs, brick exterior, and shingled roofs. They have the old looking handcrafted appeal, but they are new and modern on the inside. Basements are very common in Tennessee. That is the same in California. Most of the new construction homes are being built on slab foundations.  Pex is a popular plumbing option that works great in the relatively mild Tennessee climate. For the last several years Tennessee has ranked the highest in fasted growing states and has enjoyed health wage increases. 

 

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10645 Wilshire Blvd | Wilshire Westwood Terrace

Wilshire Westwood Terrace
10645 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90024

Wilshire Westwood Terraces is a 19 unit 4-story low rise on the Wilshire Corridor. Built in 1955 as apartments, the building was condo converted at a cost of $750,000 in 1981 by Josef S Nobel & Associates. The Canopy covered balconies and curved cobble stone driveway give this building it’s own distinct look. The condos make a great highrise alternative on the Wilshire Corridor for buyers that want affordable prices and low HOAs. 

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REAL ESTATE

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Record Sale: #404 Sale Price $800,000   7/19/2017

Turnover? 1 condo a year or 5%

Appreciation? 3%

10645 Wilshire Blvd has a mix of 1 bedroom and 2 Bedroom units. This is a quiet building in a great location. Since it is on the North Side of wilshire in the Wilshire corridor it is in the Warner Ave Elem School district. The condos have nice size living rooms with wood burning fireplaces. The original finishes were carpet and vinyl but many owners have upgraded to hardwood flooring. In the kitchens, they are galley style, and had oak raised panel cabinets and ceramic tile counters. 

Condo Mix

(3x) 1 BR + 1 BA (#04 stack)
850 SQFT

(4x) 1 BR + 1.5 BA + Den (#03 Stack)
1,150 sqft

(4x) 2 BR + 2BA (05 stack)
1,250 sqft

(9x) 2 BR + 2 BA + Den (01 and 02 stack + 404)
1,500 sqft

FLOOR PLANS

All floorplans in Wilshire Westwood Terrace are single story. There are five units per floor. Condos 01 & 05 are Street facing and overlook Wilshire Blvd. Condos 02 & 03 face the rear. 

AMENITIES

Lobby

Elevator

Extra storage

Security Cameras

PARKING AND LAUNDRY

One parking space for 1 bedrooms and 2 parking spaces for 2 bedrooms. No Guest Parking. All parking is side by side. 

 

Laundry is community in a laundry room in the parking garage. 2 Washers and 2 dryers.

HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATION

How much are the Wilshire Westwood Terrace Condos HOA Dues?

$400/mo. - $500/mo.

What do the HOA dues at the Wilshire Westwood Terrace Cover?

Water & Trash, Building Insurance, Common Area Maintenance, Reserves. 

What does the Homeowner have to pay for?

Electric, Gas, Internet, Cable, Condo Insurance

Are there any special Assessments?

None

What is the Pet Policy at the Wilshire Westwood Terrace?

Check CCRs

What is the Rental Policy at the Wilshire Westwood Terrace?

Check CCRs

EQ Insurance?

None

CCRs?
Are there any Special Move in Instructions?
Can you have a BBQ on the Balcony?
Who is the Property Management Company?
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10550 Wilshire Blvd | Wilshire Thayer

Wilshire Thayer
10550 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Wilshire Thayer is 15-story 50-unit highrise on the Wilshire Corridor. Built in 1981 as condos by Rancho Sierra Development (Lee Danielson) & Carma Developers at an original construction cost of 35M, this is one of two Brick Buildings on the Wilshire Corridor- the Mirabella is the other one.

 

Over 270,000 desert brown bricks made by Huntington Pacific Ceramics were used for the façade, of those about 14,000 brick were 45 degree angle bricks that hug the curved transitions around the balconies. The brick gives Wilshire Thayer an east coast feel. The architect for the project was Charles Kober Associates. The Landscaping was designed by Lawrence Reed Moline. In front Wilshire Thayer has a cluster of Silk Floss Trees which have beautiful pink blooms and several Magnolia Trees surround the property. There are 2 penthouses.

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AMENITIES

LOBBY

PARKING AND LAUNDRY

Laundry is inside the unit.

Each condo gets 2 parking spaces, except for penthouses (1301 & 1302) which get 4 parking spaces. Guest Parking? Self Park?

HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATION

How much are HOA Dues at the Wilshire Thayer?

HOA Dues range from $1,750/mo. to $2,000/mo.

What do the HOA dues at the Wilshire Thayer Cover?
What does the Homeowner have to pay for?
Are there any special Assessments?

None

What is the Pet Policy at the Wilshire Thayer?

One Pet up to 25 lbs

What is the Rental Policy at the Wilshire Thayer?
EQ Insurance?
CCRs?
Are there any Special Move in Instructions?
Can you have a BBQ on the Balcony?
Who is the Property Management Company?

Front Desk 310-474-0400

Property Manager:

Ross Morgan 
15315 Magnolia Blvd Suite 212
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
Phone: (818) 907-6622


Email: rmcsupport@rossmorganco.com

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10751 Wilshire Blvd | Wilshire Selby West

Wilshire Selby West
10751 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90024

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REAL ESTATE

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KITCHEN

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AMENITIES

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LOBBY

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PARKING AND LAUNDRY

Laundry is community. There is a laundry room on each floor with 2 washers and two dryers. Can laundry be installed in unit?

 

Most condos have 1 parking space but some have 2 car tandem. There is no valet so owners self park. 

HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATION

How much are the Wilshire Selby West HOA Dues?

$680/mo. to $710/mo. 

What do the HOA dues at the Wilshire Selby West Cover?

 HOA dues cover basic cable, Water & Trash, Common Area Maintenance, Building Insurance, Reserves

What does the Homeowner have to pay for?

Electric, Gas? Internet, Condo Insurance

Are there any special Assessments?

None

What is the Pet Policy at the Wilshire Selby West?

1 pet up to 35 lbs.

What is the Rental Policy at the Wilshire Selby West?

No Restrictions on Leasing?

EQ Insurance?
CCRs?
Are there any Special Move in Instructions?
Can you have a BBQ on the Balcony?
Who is the Property Management Company?

Front Desk 310-475-8637

Property Management Company:

Bali Management
310-294-5370

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Should I Waive My Appraisal Contingency?


Should I Waive my Appraisal Contingency?

In competitive real estate markets where multiple offers are common and properties are selling for more than their asking price- sellers may sometimes ask buyers to remove their appraisal contingency before opening escrow in a multiple offer counter offer. 

This is asking a lot of a buyer, as the appraisal contingency is one of 3 contingencies the buyer gets and removing it before the appraisal is done can expose the buyer to some risk. This tough seller term only shows up in the most competitive multiple offers situations, with at least 5 offers or more. 

Why do sellers want to remove the appraisal contingency? 

The fewer contingencies (or no contingencies) and the shorter the contingency length the better the sale terms are for sellers so if they can improve the terms of the sale by eliminating or shortening contingencies they have an interest in doing that. For the appraisal contingency, if the price of a property gets bid up higher than the market value of the property, the seller would like to know that they will get the price they are offered even if the property is unlikely to appraise. 

This term can be a real gut check for buyers because it asks them the question- if the property doesn’t appraise for their offer price – are you willing to pay the difference in order to buy the property?

As part of your offer homework, you should have already reviewed the comps before writing an offer so you should have a good idea of the range that an appraisal will come in at. 

In hot markets, values can rise faster than appraisals can keep up with. Appraisers look at comparable sales from the past six months so they are looking backward into the past. In their appraisal reports, they will note the market direction, whether the market is increasing, in balance, or declining. However they have to find at least 3 or 4 comps to support value and if the market is racing to new highs, there may not be able to find any comps to justify a high price that won multiple offers. 

What are the risks for buyers of waiving my Appraisal Contingency?

The only time waiving your appraisal contingency becomes a problem is if the property appraisers for less than your offer price. If the property appraises low in a normal escrow with an appraisal contingency, you could either cancel the escrow or request the seller to lower the price. Most buyers I know don’t want to pay more than what their bank says the property is worth. What happens a lot is the buyer and seller renegotiate the price similar to a request for repairs. 

With no appraisal contingency, there is no price renegotiation for that reason. Confronted with a low appraisal, buyers can make a request to the appraiser for a reconsideration of value and attempt to get the appraisal value up. Sometimes real estate agents will try to do this to save a deal that might otherwise be lost. I have had some success in the past in getting appraisals up but not significant amounts. Most appraisers do hundreds of appraisals each year so they have got their job down to a science. They are still human and do make mistakes. I have found it best to approach them in their own terms and try to find ways to support a higher value while following their appraisal guidelines. If you can get the appraisal up higher that will bridge the gap.

If the appraisal is short, that is all the bank is willing to lend. Any difference beyond that has to be made up by adding cash to closing costs. 

Let me show a quick made-up example: let’s suppose property was listed for $500,000 got 4 offers and was bid up to $550,000. The winning bidder is a 20% down buyer. The appraisal comes back at $515,000. In this scenario, the buyer would be putting down $110,000, however since the property didn’t appraise that will change the downpayment amount. 20% of $515,000 is $103,000 plus $35,000 shortfall means the downpayment just went up to $138,000 to keep 20% down loan terms. If the buyer didn’t have the extra cash they could opt for a different loan, maybe 10% down or 15% down instead. 

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10375 Wilshire Blvd | Wilshire Terrace

Wilshire Terrace
10375 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Wilshire Terrace is a 14-story 82- unit high rise on the Wilshire Corridor in Westwood. Co-Op, Purchases must be all cash, buyers need to be interviewed by the board1958 by Edgardo Contini, of Victor Gruen & Associates. 2 acres of land, conversion. 

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AMENITIES

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LOBBY

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PARKING AND LAUNDRY

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HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATION

How much are the Wilshire Terrace Condos HOA Dues?
What do the HOA dues at the Wilshire Terrace Cover?

All utilities (Eelctric, Gas, Water & Trash, Cable) Building Insurance, Common Area Maintenance, Reserves

What does the Homeowner have to pay for?
Are there any special Assessments?
What is the Pet Policy at the Wilshire Terrace?

2 pets - medium sized. some restricted breeds. HOA is reviewing pet policy currently

What is the Rental Policy at the Wilshire Terrace?

Leasing is not allowed

EQ Insurance?
CCRs?
Are there any Special Move in Instructions?
Can you have a BBQ on the Balcony?
Who is the Property Management Company?

Front Desk 310-274-6901

Mink Condominium Management

www.minkcpa.com
4040 Glencoe Avenue
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
310-437-4343

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10747 Wilshire Blvd | Wilshire Selby East

Wilshire Selby East
10747 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Wilshire Selby East is a 14-story 90-unit highrise on the Wilshire Corridor in Westwood. Wilshire Selby has a sister tower at Wilshire Selby West. 

Built in 1972

STREET VIEW

REAL ESTATE

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LOBBY

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PARKING AND LAUNDRY

Laundry is community laundry. There is a laundry room on each floor. Can in unit laundry be installed?

Building has some guest parking.

HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATION

How much are the Wilshire Selby East Condos HOA Dues?
What do the HOA dues at the Wilshire Selby East Cover?

Water & Trash, basic cable, common area maintenance, building insurance, reserves

What does the Homeowner have to pay for?
Are there any special Assessments?
What is the Pet Policy at the Wilshire Selby East?

2 pets up to 25 lbs each

What is the Rental Policy at the Wilshire Selby East?
EQ Insurance?
CCRs?
Are there any Special Move in Instructions?
Can you have a BBQ on the Balcony?

No, BBQ's are not allowed on balconies

Who is the Property Management Company?

 Front Desk ?

Common Interest Services Inc

www.cishoa.com
310-878-8789
info@cishoa.com

4030 Spencer Street Ste 104, Torrance, CA 90503

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