553 Meridian Terrace, Los Angeles, 90042 If you think flipping in Northeast L.A. is over, the folks at this 1922 California Bungalow in Highland Park certainly don’t think so. Sold in June 2013 for $355k, it resurfaced with a shiny new sticker price and nearly everything else you can throw into a higher-end flip. […]

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I love Jeff, Jenni and can count Zoila as a Facebook friend. In honor of Bravo’s mega-hit “Flipping Out” premiering tonight, I’m sharing 7 tips on how to spot a bad flip. Flips aren’t all bad. In fact, some are exceptionally good. […]

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Per the listing, this 1923 Craftsman in Eagle Rock was a victim of the December 2011 wind storms when a tree fell through the house. As such, this house is “newly built” because it was taken down to the framing. Located in Eagle Rock north of Colorado, it closed in October 2011 for $350k. Now re-listed for $699k, it’s currently the most expensive home on the market in the area. Selling points include all new systems, a retrofitted foundation, marble counters, George Nelson bubble chandelier, Toto toilet, Milgard low e windows. I’m not sure if a light fixture and a flashy can justifies a $350k upcharge, but perhaps the 400 sq. ft. master addition with vaulted ceilings, new bathroom and bonus room does. Then again, I still kind of prefer the original living room with the vintage oak floors. For more information or to view, let me know. [nggallery id=5] 5225 Hartwick St., Los Angeles, 90041 5225 Hartwick St., Los Angeles, 90041 $699k 3 bedrooms/2 baths 1615 sq. ft., 7449 sq. ft. lot 1923 Craftsman Complete Redo, View, Bonus Room […]

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