Posted onFebruary 29, 2016|Comments Off on It’s worth $264 more every day in Frogtown
Home Prices in Elysian Valley
The median selling price of a home in Elysian Valley is now $550,000. Yikes. Last year it was $455,000. Wow. That’s an increase of $95,000 in one year – more than 20%. Holy… If your house in Frogtown is super-average its value increased by almost $100,000, or $7,917 per month, within ONE YEAR. Huge numbers! Huge. Homeowner + Frogtown = Genius. Genius.
Elysian Value House Values 2016
All signs point to a very bright future and increasing prosperity for Frogtown. Its proximity to Silver Lake, Echo Park, Atwater Village and Downtown Los Angeles make it the most appealing place along the LA Riverfront to buy property today. The market tells us prices continue to increase in Elysian Valley, however, a 20% increase in property values may not be sustainable over the long term. Unless Frogtown is the new Venice, which it may be, we shall see….
Is it Time to Sell in Frogtown?
Maybe. You own a home in Elysian Valley and you know your home is worth a fortune. That makes you a genius with a fortune in equity. Are you a fortune teller? Unless you a psychic genius who can see the future you don’t know what you don’t know.
My point of view is: it depends. It depends on your future plans. What are your goals? What do you want to do with your life? Here are the most common situations people thinking about selling are in… Continue reading →
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5749 Troost Avenue
North Hollywood, CA 91601
2BD, 1.5BA + Detached Studio
1,474 sq. ft.
It’s a Home + a Creative Studio Space!
From the street 5749 Troost looks like other pre-war traditional-style homes in North Hollywood. You may think you know what to expect once you are inside – hardwood floors, very little ornamentation, quality built-in cabinetry. This one has all of that plus a whole lot more.
The average price of a house in Santa Monica was $2.77 million in 2015. Wow! If you own in Venice or Santa Monica it is likely the value of your home has increased since you purchased it. Continue reading →
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Congratulations! If you bought that loft in the Historic Core at the bottom of the market this time in 2012 chances are your place is worth twice as much as you paid for it. Wow. DTLA loft values continue to rise in 2016 – condos are not being built fast enough to keep up with demand.