If you are looking to buy a house on the Eastside, you already know the story: prices are rising. Read this fascinating article on Medium and you will understand why the Tracy Do team supports the development of new housing in LA.
We’re not saying that homes should be built “wherever.” But make no mistake, sensible urban density is the only answer moving forward. Without it, our crisis of soaring rents and a lack of affordable entry-level housing will only get worse, just as it has for our upstate neighbors in San Francisco.
Tracy was consulted for, and is quoted in, a great article by Emily Manthei. If you’re thinking about selling your home in Silver Lake, Echo Park, anywhere on the Eastside, it’s a must-read. Find it here.
And never hesitate to call us! We’re here to help prepare your home for market, set the right price and get it sold quickly for the highest possible value. Find us anytime at tracydo.com.
Among our newest listings is this remarkable property, a fourplex in Glassell Park. The street-to-street compound includes a gorgeous, completely remodeled 2000+ square foot Spanish style home plus three casitas, aka the rental units of your dreams.
Here’s the upstairs Master Suite of the main house which has a fireplace, walk-in closet, a stunning attached bathroom with clawfoot tub, two patios and gorgeous, panoramic views of the surrounding hillsides.
The casitas are arranged around a courtyard, completely detached with their own meters for gas and electric plus laundry hook-ups. Best part? VACANT! All of them. You can move right into the main house and start renting out the casitas at market rates.
For a detailed description and gorgeous photo tour, head here.
The open house schedule and contact info is on our website, tracydo.com.
From today’s Los Angeles Times, and this is certainly the primary reason behind the high cost of local housing right now. Another more underlying factor, in our experience, is that we see a lot more buyers moving here from other places, namely NYC and the SF bay area.
Believe it or not, our market is “a bargain” compared to theirs.
As frustrating as this is — don’t be frustrated. We can help, and will show you around pockets throughout the Eastside communities that we serve where prices are more attainable for many buyers.
Contact us anytime at tracydo.com.
Our upcoming listing The E.R.B. is close to Habitat Coffee, Pop-Hop Books, Matters of Space, Café de Leche and a whole lot more. It rates an 83 Walk Score (TM) — that’s really high! Can you imagine living in a brand new and very spacious modern home near all of these great places?
Lemon Poppy Kitchen • Auntie Em’s • Glassell Park Rec Center • Crossfit Eagle Rock • Starbucks • Highland Cafe • The York • Recess • The Hermosillo • Social Study • Scoops • Donut Friend • Wombleton Records • Namaste • York Park • So many others!
The E.R.B. is currently under construction at 4320 Eagle Rock Blvd, 90041. Expected availability in Fall/Winter 2016.
Join the interest list at www.theerb.com or email email@example.com for more info.
This will be a GREAT time, spending part of your Saturday getting to know the burgeoning Figueroa corridor of Highland Park. We have sold many homes in this area and couldn’t be more excited about all the great things going on. Hope to see you there!
Tracy Do team members from left: Thais, Victor, Ronda, Eva, Tracy, Mark, Hanna, Jennifer
We work on Sundays and also find time to play. The Tracy Do team at Compass woke up extra-early yesterday to run for a terrific cause, the scholarship fund at the Silver Lake Conservatory of Music.
Special mention to Victor and Tracy who finished 1st and 2nd among team members (we’re competitive by nature, okay?)
Here’s the event t-shirt, we’re proud to have our logo featured as a co-sponsor. Rock on SCM!
The Atlantic’s excellent CITYLAB website has a pair of articles that matter to us, as we support sensible urban growth that increases residential density and accessibility in the neighborhoods we serve.
We have seen firsthand that educated young people are moving to urban centers in droves, in fact many of our clients put “walkability” on the very top of their wish list. Which is great for many reasons, one of them being that sprawl is extremely expensive. Oh and it’s horrible for the environment too.
To find your ideal urban dwelling, contact us at tracydo.com.
The LA Times “Hot Property” section has a nice feature on our awesome new listing in Echo Park, their Home of the Day. Thank you LA Times!
…For doing such vital work in our community, which benefits every one of us.
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