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By Ruth Longoria | January 31, 2008
As prices dip and California soars to the top of the list in the nation for real estate foreclosures, Realtors in this little hamlet are holding their collective breath for ?the other shoe to drop? ? but, as yet, prices and sales don?t appear to be affected by national, or local trends, said Carey Haynes, Realtor with Keilholtz Realtors, Inc., in La Cañada Flintridge. This is true in several small ?micro-markets,? upscale zip codes (such as 91011) where ?prices are up this year over last, and plenty of buyers still want to move in,?
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February 1, 2012
Regarding the Valley Sun article, “Housing market still flailing,” on Jan.19, we find it interesting that reporter Daniel Siegal chooses to quote the opinion of Keith Sorem, rather than that of Carey Haynes. Siegal interviewed Haynes for 30 minutes and apparently did not like her optimistic attitude about the local real estate market. Instead, he deferred to Sorem, a Glendale-based agent who has, according to statistics provided by the Multiple Listing Service, never sold a house in La Cañada.
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By Elaine La Marr | April 26, 2007
While the real estate market in Los Angeles County has softened and there are increased foreclosure rates, prices of existing homes sold are still higher than compared to those selling this time last year, with a current median price in the county of $528,000 according to DataQuick Real Estate News. In La Cañada Flintridge, in 2006, prices were up 7% over the previous year. The median home price was $1.250 million, with 259 homes sold. Comparative prices from March 2006 to March 2007 show an increase of a substantial 27.7%, with a median home price now at $1.734 million.
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By Joe Green | August 3, 2007
Personal Finance: Selling Your Home in a Buyer?s Market (ARA) - Selling a home can be a daunting task for any homeowner, and in a "buyer?s market" the process can feel overwhelming. While many sellers think that homebuyers have the upper hand, with a little patience and a few helpful tips from GMAC Real Estate, you can successfully sell your home. The Price Is Right The number one factor in the sale of your home and one of the most critical elements of the sales process is setting the asking price.
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By Joe Piasecki, joe.piasecki@latimes.com | April 13, 2011
A La Cañada Flintridge woman who spent years perfecting every aspect of an aristocrat’s dream home has put it on the market for a staggering $10.7 million, an asking price that aims to set a new bar for local real estate values. It’s an impressive space: 8,000 square-feet of high ceilings, carved marble fireplaces, stately polished limestone floors, seven bedrooms and living spaces wide open to natural light that pours in from an expansive courtyard and pool area. But for all of the grand aspirations, reminiscent of an 18th-century French royal chateau, the 567 Meadow Grove St. estate owned by Heather and Austin Kim is really a monument to obsessive detail.
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By Ruth Longoria | January 31, 2008
As prices dip and California soars to the top of the list in the nation for real estate foreclosures, Realtors in this little hamlet are holding their collective breath for ?the other shoe to drop? ? but, as yet, prices and sales don?t appear to be affected by national, or local trends, said Carey Haynes, Realtor with Keilholtz Realtors, Inc., in La Cañada Flintridge. This is true in several small ?micro-markets,? upscale zip codes (such as 91011) where ?prices are up this year over last, and plenty of buyers still want to move in,?
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