TEAM NUVISION Announces Appearance of Real Estate Agent Rudy L. Kusuma on Fox Television Show

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TEAM NUVISION Announces the Appearance of Their Real Estate Agent Rudy L. Kusuma on the Fox Television Show Highlighting its Huge Benefits for Local Home Sellers and Buyers

by qinfokusuma 25. November 2014 09:10

For people who are in need of the most skilled and professional real estate agent, well worry no more as TEAM NUVISION is proud to announce that their real estate agent Rudy L. Kusuma has been selected to appear on the television segment on the FOX. He will also be included among the top real estate agents of 2015 where people can seek assistance with in selling and buying their real estate properties especially their homes.

This serves as a good news to those people who are confused as to who the real estate agent they are going to hire in a crowded market place. The concept of the show where Rudy Kusuma will be appearing is to make it easier for all the people to select the right real estate agent when they opt to buy and sell their home. Rudy highlights customer satisfaction experience due to the convenient and exceptional consumer programs he is offering. As what Rudy said “Your Home Sold Guaranteed of I’ll buy it Cash’”!

The primary aim of TEAM NUVISION with the launching of the appearance of Rudy in the show is to arouse people’s awareness especially to local home buyers and even home sellers as to the deserving and proficient real estate agent they are going to seek assistance with. This is also an essential way for them to know more about the professionalism, friendly and interactive approach of Rudy which make his client completely satisfied with his works. Rudy Kusuma serves Alhambra, San Gabriel, Temple City, Arcadia, Pasadena, Rosemead, and all San Gabriel Valley real estate marketplaces.

Rudy is completely equipped with the right skills and knowledge in selling and buying home hence home buyers and sellers are given great assurance of high quality results. With Rudy’s help homes will be given more exposure and it will be advertised in a larger type of market area. Home can also be sold fast allowing people to acquire huge amount of money due to the exclusive and very unique quality of consumer programs that will be offered by Rudy.

With the great experience, international acclaims and the proven essential consumer programs and systems of Rudy Kusuma, clients who already seek for his real estate agent service are completely satisfied with the great experience they have acquired.


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Did the Holidays Come Early? See how much equity you earned this year!

by qinfokusuma 24. November 2014 13:44

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The holidays are right around the corner, and at this often stressful time of the year, many homeowners are receiving an early, much-welcome present. For those homeowners, it’s wrapped and waiting be opened. Yet many don’t know that it’s there.

So, what is this present?

Equity, equity, equity.

The simple fact is this: home prices are up. After years of turbulence that produced nothing but bad news for homeowners, the US housing market finally rounded the corner. And as the market rebounded, home prices rose, giving back the equity many homeowners lost during the worst of the housing crisis.

Do you know where you stand today? Millions of homeowners who were underwater on their mortgages are discovering that they are not any longer. Others are finding they finally have enough equity to sell. The changes in the housing market came quickly, leaving many homeowners unaware of just how much things have improved. So no matter what your situation has been in recent years, it is entirely possible that today it’s much different!

Let’s take a closer look at the home sale price spike and what caused it, and what this means for you.

The Spike in Home Prices

As mentioned previously, home prices increased dramatically in the last two years. In particular, 2013 saw home prices skyrocket. From month-to-month in 2013, home sale prices rose by double-digits over the same time in 2012. For the whole of 2013, the average home sale prices rose by 10.9 percent, which drove the median home price up by $30,000, all the way to $215,000.

These price increases were fueled by a unique set of market conditions:

1. Fewer Distressed Properties:

When the housing crisis first hit, home prices dropped dramatically. Homeowners nationwide saw the value of their properties diminish seemingly overnight. In the storm that followed, the US economy took a downturn as well. Suddenly, many homeowners found themselves unable to afford their mortgages. Forced to sell, many of these homeowners found themselves “underwater,” or owing more on their property than it was worth. The combined hardships of bottomed-out home prices and economic instability saw millions of homes foreclosed upon or sold for much less than they were worth.

These properties, called “distressed properties,” weighed heavily on home prices throughout the course of the housing crisis. With such a large backlog of discounted inventory, there simply was not a route for home prices to rise. However, as the US economy began to improve, droves of investors came into housing market and bought these properties in large quantities. As the distressed property inventory decreased, homeowners looking to sell had fewer cut-rate homes with which to compete, allowing homeowners to ask more for their homes.

2. Development of a Seller’s Market

In 2012 and 2013, the economy and housing market made large steps toward recovery. Home prices ticked up slightly, restoring some equity, and the economy restored some of the jobs and incomes lost during the recession. With the overall economic climate improving, more and more prospective homebuyers found themselves in a position to purchase a home, resulting in a sharp influx of demand for homes.

What’s more, during the housing crisis, mortgage interest rates fell to record lows as well. These record low interest rates coupled with record low home prices created an atmosphere of urgency. Investors continued to flood the market, and it seemed as if as soon as someone was able to buy a home, they jumped into the market.

However, there was not sufficient housing inventory to match the sharp increase in demand. During the housing crisis, new home construction slowed dramatically. Meanwhile millions of homeowners had not yet regained enough equity to sell, further constraining the market.

The simple law of supply and demand created a “seller’s market,” in which potential homebuyers competed for the few homes available. The competition allowed home sellers to ask more and more for their homes.

Home Price Increases Steadying

In 2014, home prices rose more modestly, with the total increase estimated between 5 and 6 percent. The slowing of home price increases signified the balancing of the market. While sellers may be sorry to hear that home price growth is no longer as explosive as it was, the slowing of home prices is good for the overall health and stability of the market.

The market began stabilizing for a couple of key reasons:

1. More Inventory

After the housing market showed significant signs of improvement, new home construction began in earnest. While new home efforts took a couple of years to ramp up, new homes are now entering the market at a much quicker pace, and the increase in inventory began to affect the market. As home prices continued to increase, homeowners sidelined due to low equity began to enter the market, further increasing the available inventory.

2. Decreased Homebuyer Urgency

As the housing market recovered, mortgage interest rates recovered with it. As home prices and interest rates increased, the “frenzy” that helped drive-up prices in 2013 began to dissipate. Additionally, investors slowed their purchase activities, further reducing the competition amongst homebuyers. While the market has balanced, it still leans towards sellers. In many markets, inventory remains scarce, giving sellers the power in transactions. If you’ve been waiting to sell your home, now may be the perfect time. In addition to sellers having the upper hand, interest rates and home affordability remain low compared to historic averages, giving home sellers and buyers more flexibility and options when looking to buy or sell a home. Do you know what your home is worth today? Take a second in this frantic time of year to give yourself a present, and reassess your current housing situation if you haven’t done so recently. The housing market has recovered faster and more significantly than anyone predicted, so chances are your situation is much different than it was a year or two ago. In 2013, 3.5 million underwater homeowners regained equity in their homes. In 2014, millions more joined them.

Do yourself a favor and see where you stand!

Find out what homes down the street sold for! Free computerized list with maps and pictures of area home sales and current listings. You can access this online at
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Special Reports - Home Sellers

Return on Staging Investment

by qinfokusuma 22. November 2014 19:58

The following is a summary of the results of HomeGain's national survey, based on the ten areas of home improvement identified by real estate agents in HomeGain's survey. They are listed from the highest to lowest returns on investment:


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Local Real Estate Broker Announces Book Release "The Ultimate NO HOLDS BARRED Guide To Selling & Buying a Home in San Gabriel Valley"

by qinfokusuma 20. November 2014 11:09


San Gabriel Real Estate Broker Announces Book Release
Reveals Secrets to Buying or Selling Home Quickly Guaranteed

San Gabriel, CALIFORNIA, NOV 20, 2014 – San Gabriel Real Estate Broker Rudy Kusuma ( announces the release of his forthcoming book "The Ultimate No Holds Barred Guide To Selling & Buying a Home in The San Gabriel Valley" scheduled for publication this January 2015.

As outlined on the book cover, this book is for consumers who are ready to buy or sell their house, especially in the cities of Alhambra, San Gabriel, Temple City, Arcadia, Pasadena, or Rosemead in California and throughout the entire San Gabriel Valley real estate marketplace.

The book explains in depth Rudy Kusuma's famous consumers program, wherein Rudy promises a consumer that their home is guaranteed to sell at a their acceptable price or he'll buy it for cash. In a market where many homes listed for sale can often linger unsold for months and months, such a guarantee ensuring a home sale is critical. Unfortunately, most agents simply cannot make such a guarantee.

"We sold our home in 18 days," stated an enthusiastic Henry and Eva Chen, "using Rudy's straight forward and systemized approach. Thanks to him, we received 103% of the asking price, so yes, we're very pleased with the results."

Rudy is able to offer more because he has spent time building a team of professionals to help consumers be in all places at once, greatly enhancing the quality of service his agency can deliver to their clients. This means his team sells a lot of homes, so they have extensive home selling experience and they put that to work for clients putting more money in their client's pockets.

For a free report that details the inner workings of this exclusive offer, consumers may go to
To discuss the sale of a home, sellers may call Rudy a California Real Estate Broker Lic# 01820322 direct at 626-780-2221.

For more information, visit


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When was the last time you reevaluated your home equity?

by qinfokusuma 2. November 2014 14:13

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Due to the crash in the SoCal real estate market, many San Gabriel Valley homeowners have been afraid to evaluate the equity in their home. While most homeowners check on their other investments regularly, such as stocks and retirement accounts; most do not regularly assess their biggest asset…their home.

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Just as other investments, it is important to regularly check the equity in your home. Starting in 2012 the SoCal and San Gabriel valley housing market rebounded significantly. Home prices have risen faster than anyone predicted. In fact, in 2013 more than 3 million homeowners regained the equity in their home. Due to the real estate market taking a U-turn, now is the time to re-evaluate the equity in your home. No matter what your home equity has been in recent years; chances are it has drastically changed in your favor.

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There are many factors in the real estate market that have changed to the homeowners benefit:

1. Fewer Distressed Properties in the Market

2. More People Looking to Buy Homes

3. Not Enough Homes to Meet Demand

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Ultimately, these factors have driven up the home prices in SoCal and San Gabriel Valley. As home prices continue to increase, more and more homeowners are regaining equity in their homes. However, many homeowners are unaware of just how much things have improved. San Gabriel Valley homeowners are still shell-shocked after years of struggle in the housing market. This is why it is critical that homeowners reconnect with their local real estate expert to re-evaluate the equity in their home.

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When was the last time you reevaluated your home equity?

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HOUSING FORECAST: Sunny with chance of increasing prices

by qinfokusuma 10. September 2014 08:36

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The housing market forecast for the rest of this year? Steadily increasing home prices!

For many, this might be hard to believe. Following the housing market crash, homeowners have heard only bad news when it comes to real estate. For the last five or six years, the news has focused on diminished home prices, lost equity and foreclosures. After so long, many simply don’t believe that good news about the real estate market is possible.

However, in the last couple of years, the housing market has recovered dramatically. In 2013, home prices often increased by double-digit percentages in monthly year-over-year comparisons. In fact nationwide, prices increased by 10.9 percent in 2013 compared to 2012 .

While we are not seeing the double-digit growth we saw last year, so far 2014 has brought steady, consistent growth and will continue to do so. Most estimates expect prices to increase between three to five percent in 2014.

For homeowners, this is tremendous news. When the housing market crashed, many homeowners lost all equity in their home. For some, this meant they were underwater, or owed more on their mortgage than the property was worth. Others were forced to wait to sell their homes until the market improved. Today, these homeowners are finding that they again have equity.

What’s more, the market conditions driving prices up have also tilted the market in favor of sellers. Homeowners who have been waiting to sell are often shocked to learn just how much their homes are worth today.

Let’s take a look at the reasons why home prices are increasing, and why, if you are considering selling your home, you should consider selling sooner rather than later!

There are Fewer Distressed Properties on the Market

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Between 2007 and 2008, millions of homeowners suddenly found themselves in a difficult situation. The recession caused financial hardship for many families. Struggling to pay their mortgage, these families looked to sell their homes. However, because prices dropped so sharply, they found they owed more than their homes were worth.

These homeowners, called “distressed” homeowners, numbered in the millions. Unable to pay their mortgages, some lost their homes to foreclosure while others were able to sell their homes in a short sale. Until recently, the large availability of low-priced distressed properties kept all property prices low.

As the economy and housing market have improved, the number of distressed properties has dwindled. Increasing home prices and home equity mean fewer homeowners are in danger of losing their homes.

Additionally, investors have and continue to buy-up distressed properties, taking advantage of low prices and mortgage rates. The result is that today, there are fewer distressed properties on the market than at any time since the peak of the housing crisis in 2008. This means they are weighing less heavily on prices, allowing homeowners to ask more for their homes!

There are not Enough Properties to Meet Demand

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In general, the real estate market needs a six-month supply of homes to provide a balance between buyers and sellers. This means that at the current sales pace, it would take six months to sell all of the properties on the market. This year, however, inventory has hovered between four and five months. This lack of inventory is one of the main reasons home prices have increased so quickly and will continue to increase.

Inventory remains low for several reasons. First, during the housing crisis, the construction of new homes fell significantly. While builders have ramped up new home construction recently, many of the new homes won’t be available until 2015. Additionally, severe and unusual weather conditions slowed progress on new construction this year.

At the same time, some homeowners remain reluctant to sell. Many homeowners bought their homes at the peak of the market, and want to recoup as much equity in their home as possible before selling.

More and More People are Looking to Buy Homes

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While inventory remains low, the demand keeps increasing. Today, homes are incredibly affordable. Interest rates remain historically low, and home prices are still below their peak prices. The affordability of homes opens the door for many people to buy homes.

With low-inventory and high-demand, the market has become a seller’s market. What’s more, rising mortgage rates and home prices have created a sense of urgency amongst buyers, putting those selling a home in great position. Due to the lack of properties on the market, buyers often start bidding wars over the few homes available. In fact, today, homes stay on the market for around only 60 days, and often homes sell for over asking price!

Home Prices will Continue to Rise, but the Market will Balance

While home prices will continue to increase this year, the slowdown in the pace of increases signifies the rebalancing of the market.

As 2014 progresses, inventory is expected to increase. The new inventory will come from several places. Towards the end of the year and into 2015, new home construction will regain full momentum. Additionally, as homeowners regain home equity, they will be able to sell their homes, releasing pent-up supply.

At the same time, rising home prices and mortgage rates will slow demand as the urgency to capitalize on record low prices and rates fades.

If You’re Thinking of Selling Your Home, Act Now!

The reality is that home prices have recovered. So if you’ve been putting off selling a home until the housing market rebounded, today may be the day.

Home sellers: find out what homes down the street sold for! Free computerized list with maps and pictures of area home sales and current properties available for sale. Free recorded message, call 1-888-300-4632, enter ID# 1041. You can also access this online at



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Coming Soon! Beat out other buyers to Hot New Homes For Sale & SAVE THOUSANDS

by qinfokusuma 4. September 2014 15:38



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Accredited Buyer’s Representative

by qinfokusuma 8. August 2014 09:25

August 8, 2014

Alhambra, CA – Rudy L. Kusuma of TEAM NUVISION has been awarded the Accredited Buyer’s Representation (ABR) designation by the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council. (REBAC) of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS (NAR).

Rudy and his team joins more than 30,000 real estate professionals in North America who have earned the ABR designation. All were required to successfully complete a comprehensive core course in buyer representation and an elective course focusing on a buyer representation specialty, both in addition to submitting documentation verifying professional experience and specific sales performance goals in representing home buyers in successful home purchase transactions in the last three years, and passing a written examination with a high degree of accuracy.

REBAC, founded in 1988, is the world's largest association of real estate professionals focusing specifically on representing the real estate buyer. There are more than 40,000 active members of the organization world-wide. THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS, "The Voice for Real Estate," is the world's largest professional association, representing over 1,000,000 members involved in all aspects of the real estate industry. 


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