It’s that time of year again!
If you find that the current assessed value is higher than what you can sell it for in the current market, you can apply for an appeal.
Some direct links from LA County Assessor’s website that will help you:
If you’re applying for an appeal, I’d love to hear your stories regarding the process so I can share it with other Fusion Neighbors.
As always, if you’re considering selling your Fusion condo, I am happy to stop by for a consultation to help you sell for the highest and best in the current market.
It’s been a busy summer selling season in and out of Fusion, with limited inventory (homes for sale) and many buyers looking to take advantage of low mortgage rates.
Specific to Fusion, here’s the latest:
If you like charts and graphs, here are all of the above Active, Pending/Backup and Closed Sales in pdf: Fusion Market Update 071412
*If you are short on cash and have trouble making payments a Short Sale might be an option for you. If you have no idea what to do, call me! I have a Short Sale Negotiator in my office that I team up with, we have 2 Fusion Condos currently under contract.
If you have questions regarding selling your Fusion condo, just call me at 310-265-4222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about how I work with my clients, visit http://www.MelindaFlynn.com.
Here’s the scoop on Fusion C and D Unit Market Activity since Jan. 1 to present day.
The C & D units are the mid-sized floor plans at Fusion. The C units are 2 bedrooms and 2 baths; the D units have 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Both offer 2-car attached garages with direct access to the units. As with most of the floor plans, you’ll see some variations in the square footage: the tax records show the C units with 1,110 square feet, and the D units show 1,240 square feet. However, Centex Homes (builder) had reported these units with larger square footage (C=1,208SF; D=1,331SF) so you will see different numbers on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS-the database where brokerages list properties for sale).
In my next couple of posts, I’ll feature specifically the E & F floor plans, so stay tuned.
Thanks for reading!
P.S. As always, posts of Fusion Real Estate Blog are deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Buyers and agents should rely on their own findings.