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November 16, 2008 | Peter Y. Hong
Glenn Kelman, chief executive of the online real estate brokerage Redfin, met with me recently about price and sales declines in some of the real estate markets his company serves across the country. Lately, Kelman said, Los Angeles has been a pleasant surprise for his company. Low prices have spurred buying activity, and Southern California, which had been a drain on the company, is now a profit center. "Price discovery is happening" in Los Angeles, Kelman said, somewhat wonkishly.
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November 16, 2008 | Peter Y. Hong
Glenn Kelman, chief executive of the online real estate brokerage Redfin, met with me recently about price and sales declines in some of the real estate markets his company serves across the country. Lately, Kelman said, Los Angeles has been a pleasant surprise for his company. Low prices have spurred buying activity, and Southern California, which had been a drain on the company, is now a profit center. "Price discovery is happening" in Los Angeles, Kelman said, somewhat wonkishly.
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March 25, 2007 | Gayle Pollard-Terry, Times Staff Writer
Spreading the word about a home you're selling yourself just got cheaper. Without paying a penny, sellers who go the FSBO (for sale by owner) route can add their houses to a Multiple Listing Service in California and 19 other states via a new online realty broker, www.iggyshouse.com. The MLS -- the biggest, most encompassing listing database of homes for sale -- has long excluded those who try to sell their homes on their own, with few exceptions.
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