LA – Selling Fast

As the end of 2012 approaches, the Los Angeles infill residential market continues to see increasing momentum in both new home sales and demand for new land development.

Much of the demand for new projects in the Los Angeles basin stems from the steady flow of new home sales at projects throughout the county.  In particular, there are several townhome projects in the San Gabriel Valley including Azusa, Baldwin Park and Covina that have seen absorption rates in the four to six units per month range.  In Northeast Los Angeles, Pulte’s Mosaic, Heyday’s Buzz Court look to be on pace to selling out around the New Year, while Williams Homes Olive Glen project in the South Bay was named the fastest selling community in the southland.

Buyer demand for new attached or detached homes is triggering, both builders and developers, to get more aggressive when it comes to land deals. Many are even considering B and C locations. While there is not a significant supply of developed lots available in the infill markets, our team is beginning to see progressively more tract map and permit applications being processed in many cities. Through our vast database Land Advisors avidly tracks deals that are being processed and approved, allowing us the ability to tailor information to meet any acquisition criteria.  Whether it’s 5, 50 or 200 units you are looking for we can guide you to deals that meet your specific goals and needs.

Buyer Demand has triggered both builders and developers to get more aggressive for land deals.

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http://ourweekly.com/los-angeles/olive-glen-called-fastest-selling-new-home-community-southland

Source: Chris Gomez-Ortigoza, Marketing Consultant, (626) 378-9840 x14

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Homes Sales jump in Santa Clarita Valley

Sales of existing single family homes in the Santa Clarita Valley (SCV) jumped a whopping 22.2% in October, while the overall California home sale market increased by only 3.1%. Existing home sales rose by 7.3% and condo sales rose by 28.8% from September to October in the SCV.

As parts of the SCV are nicknamed “Awesometown,” this suburban region just north of the Los Angeles Basin is a highly desirable place to live. With homes more affordable than ever and record low interest rates on home loans, the local SCV single family home market is performing better than the San Fernando Valley, where the median price of homes that sold last month was $350,000.  

Multi-family construction is up throughout L.A. County.  However, permits for single family housing still rule the Santa Clarita Valley. Single-family construction has historically been more consistent than multi-family projects.

Very few distressed/bank owned residential land assets are currently available for sale in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Source: Michel Faris, Marketing Consultant, (949) 852-8288 x14