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Traffic & Los Angeles Real Estate Illustrated here with Photos. What is your Traffic like?

Posted on Jun 30, 2011 by in Active Rain | 0 comments

Traffic & Los Angeles Real Estate Illustrated here with Photos. What is your Traffic like?

Los Angeles Traffic on I-405 on 06/23/2011

 Traffic & Los Angeles Real Estate illustrated here with Photos. Traffic has always been interesting at best and more and more challenging as the years go by.

now on I-10 Freeway same time frame

I have enclosed here a few pictures to illustrate my point.  

getting off the 110 heading to the 101 Freeway

More cars, more people and longer drives to get to the Property we as Realtors want to show. We have an unwritten Rule of 10-15 minutes are normal if someone is running late to a showing on the West Side of Los Angeles.  As you some of you know, we are by Appointment only on 90 per cent of the Property Showings.

downtown Los Angeles from the 110 Freeway

 It would be nice to get a phone call, text or an e-mail from the prospective home buyer or the agent representing the home buyer that they are running late. Never the less, most of us Realtors understand that there are uncontrollable circumstances such as the Los Angeles Traffic.

 I was going to a couple of showings in the morning after “rush hour” i.e.:  after 11:00am and before 1:30pm. How is your Traffic in your part of the world? By the way Traffic was light during this day.

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