Showing posts with label mission hills. Show all posts
Showing posts with label mission hills. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Granada Hills, Mission Hills and North Hills Homes Sold on 3rd Quarter of 2010

Granada Hills

Homes Sold:  128          Average Sales Price: $ 405,000   Price Change From 3rd Quater 2009: 5.2%

Condos Sold: 12            Average Sales Price: $ 257,000  Price Change From 3rd Quarter 2009: 11.6%

Mission Hills

Homes Sold: 42             Average Sales Price: $ 321,000    Price Change From 3rd Quarter 2009:  7%

Condos Sold: 3             Average Sales Price:  $ 175,000   Price Change From 3rd Quarter 2009: -12.5%

North Hills

Homes Sold: 88            Average Sales Price: $ 375,000       Price Change From 3rd Quarter 2009: 4.5%

Condos Sold: 51           Average Sales Price: $ 185,000       Price Change From 3rd Quarter 2009: 14.6%

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Mission Hills Home Values, Income, Salaries, Population

ZIP Code 91345 Data

Zip Code: 91345
City: Mission Hills
State: CA
Multi County: No
Area Code: 310 / 323 / 818
City Type: B [Branch]
Classification: [Non-Unique]
Latitude: 34.27177
Longitude: -118.457351
Elevation: 267
County FIPS: 037
State FIPS: 06
Time Zone: Pacific (GMT -08:00)
Day Light Savings: Y
Growth Rank: 0
Growth %: 0
Region: West
Division: Pacific
City Alias(es): Mission Hills
San Fernando
Current Population: 17,132
2000 Population: 17,102
Households per Zip Code: 5,139
Average House Value: $178,900
Avg. Income Per Household: $52,603
Persons Per Household: 3.33
White Population: 8,929
Black Population: 718
Hispanic Population: 9,177
Asian Population: 1,881
Indian Population: 128
Hawaiian Population: 31
Other Population: 4,681
Male Population: 8,401
Female Population: 8,701
Median Age: 34.10 years
Male Median Age: 32.70 years
Female Median Age: 35.50 years
# Residential Mailboxes : 5,145
# Business Mailboxes : 430
Total Delivery Receptacles : 6,204
Number of Businesses: 401
1st Quarter Payroll: $67,127,000
Annual Payroll: $301,744,000
# of Employees: 7,394
CBSA Population: 12,829,272
CBSA DIV Population:
CBSA: 31100
CBSA Name: Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA
CBSA Type: Metro
CBSA Division: 31084
CBSA Division Name: Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale, CA
MSA: 4472
MSA Name: Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA
PMSA: 4480
PMSA Name: Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA PMSA
110th Congressional District: 27
110th Congressional Land Area: 150.75   77.18 sq mi
City State Key: Z22006
Preferred Last Line Key: Z22006
Water Area: 0 sq mi
Land Area: 3.04315 sq mi   Foreclosures, Probates and Short Sales

Monday, November 01, 2010

There Are Solutions Before Letting Your House Go Into Foreclosure

If you or someone you know is having trouble making mortgage payments, you may be paying special attention to the foreclosure moratorium that politicians are calling for in the press. The reality of a foreclosure moratorium is that it will end, and the foreclosure process will begin again.

The great news is that during a halted foreclosure, lenders are highly motivated to accept short sales. Distressed homeowners can use the time a foreclosure freeze provides to their advantage. I can help distressed homeowners develop strategies so they can move on to a brighter future.

A foreclosure freeze or moratorium won't save the homes of those in distress—only the homeowner can!

I'm here to help,

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Alberto Pacheco
Pantera Real Estate
(818) 481 9211