Lakewood Mutual (Long Beach, CA)
By Glenn Gaspar, REALTOR
(First American Team Realty, Inc)
Lakewood Plaza Homes for Sale in Long Beach CA Your Friday Night Listing Report for the Lakewood Plaza-Rancho neighborhood is out! This report provides you with the most recent listed homes over the past week.   The listings are presented to you as a slide presentation by a HaikuDeck below. Just slide your mouse over the image within the HaikuDeck to trigger the arrow to view the listings. This week 2 new listings hit the market which you can preview here.   For your convenience you can preview previously blogged Friday Night Listing Reports and End of Month Sales Reports by visiting LakewoodPlaza-Rancho-RealEstate.comTo view a list of all active homes for sale you can visit and down load this information from Listed Homes for Sale in Lakewood Plaza - Rancho.   If you would like to pre...
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By Van Wig and Assoc Allison Van Wig, Long Beach & Lakewood Real Estate Team
(Keller Williams - SuperBroker)
In an age where technology is king, the concept of free and widespread listing syndication at first sounded promising to agents and consumers alike. “Listing Syndication” is the term used when third parties – including big Internet outfits like Zillow and Trulia -- take Long Beach real estate agents’listings and put them up on their humongous national websites. Some agents like myself, are premium agents and pay a subscription fee for top placement of their listings.   Most real estate agents thought to themselves‘Great! – now everyone in the country can see my clients’ home listing; we will get the word out nationally.’ And they were right about that, up to a point. But now some serious scrapping has broken out, and the details are something I think readers will find useful to think ab...
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By Kirk Mulhearn
(Prudential California Realty/Gem Mortgage)
    Long Beach, CA.   As California grapples with the largest State deficit on record, it has cut off the $10000 tax credit for first time home buyers seeking money back for investing in new constructed housing, Sacramento announced last week.  Will California be able to balance its budget in time to avoid massive lay offs?  Or, will it continue to, “kick the can down the alley,”  as the Governor likes to say in regard to the legislatures inability to address formulating a government that spends within its means? Last Thursday, the State of California began issuing IOUs in lieu of its normal checks as an emergency measure on how to deal with the situation….Today, Wells Fargo decided to tell the State of California they will accept their IOU's until July 10th.   Thereafter, they will no ...
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