Posts Tagged ‘buyers’

South Bay Magazine | 1922 Redondo Beach Craftsman

The renovation of an original beach bungalow yields flair and confidence in this 1922 Redondo Beach Craftsman. Written by Suzanna Cullen Hamilton Photographed by Shane O’Donnell Authenticity is often aspired but rarely achieved. For South Bay real estate agent Alison Clay-Duboff and her husband, Ken, the renovation of their 1922 Craftsman is as genuine and […]

Five Plumbing Problems to Look Out for When Buying a House

When searching for a new home, aggravating plumbing problems often can be overlooked. While some plumbing flaws can be an easy fix, others can lead to serious damage and major financial woes if they aren’t addressed. Before signing on that dotted line, Redfin offers five issues to look for that could be lurking behind the walls. Aging water […]

Buyers Willing to Trade Square Footage for Amenities

The average size of new homes built in 2016 was 2,634 square feet compared with 2,689 square feet the previous year, per recent U.S. Census Bureau data. This shows that the home-building industry is preparing for the coming wave of first-time buyers, according to newly released research and survey results from the National Association of […] Consumer Survey Reveals First Look into 2017 Home Buying Season

The 2017 home-buying season will be characterized by a large increase in first-time homebuyers, increasing affordability issues among buyers and high demand for suburban homes, according to’s new Active Home Shopper Report. The study—based on September survey data of active shoppers on—offers insight into future home buying trends in 2017 by analyzing responses […]


Do you remember the feeling of tingly excitement mixed with anticipation and a dash of spicy fear of your first kiss, or falling in love for the first time? There’s nothing quite like it, and once having experienced it, it can never be replicated. Buying your first home can’t really be compared to your first […]