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Luxury Homes & Million Dollar Estates – Your Long Beach Top Real Estate Team

Luxury Homes & Million Dollar Estates – Your Top Long Beach Real Estate Team

“For all of your Real Estate needs and more… Call Ricardo The Realtor”

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Ricardo Perdomo, aka “Ricardo the Realtor,” is a real estate agent with Keller Williams Realty has a progressive approach to local real estate in Long Beach. Utilizing cutting-edge online marketing, which includes a thriving You Tube channel, Ricardo Perdomo not only buys and sells some of the most stunning homes in Long Beach, he showcases the kind of captivating lifestyle that comes with living in a exciting metropolitan city, with a mosaic of cultural influences, married with the charm of a beach town.

As a Long Beach resident for the last 14 years, “Ricardo the Realtor” is so enamored with the town he lives in that he has a whole website dedicated to giving insider tips on enjoying all the city has to offer. provides information on places to visit, eat, have fun, tour and live. If that doesn’t give someone enough insight on the city, the consummate agent offers a private tour with detailed community information.

The local real estate expert is genuinely proud of his city. He understands its pulse and all of its intriguing enclaves. When asked about why he loves Long Beach so much, the ardent realtor said, “I get really excited about Long Beach. It has everything. I don’t feel like I have to go to another city. We have a beautiful beach, a burgeoning downtown full of art and culture, communities with a small-town feel, golf courses, great public transit, and lots of user-friendly bike paths. To farmer’s markets and flea markets to concerts, art walks and boating competitions, there are so many events throughout the year. We have an airport and a seaport. It’s a self-sustaining city. It’s laid back, yet sophisticated and classy. It has finesse.”

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With the Craftsman, Spanish Colonial and Victorian homes, Italian Villas, English Tudors, beachfront properties and posh high-rise condos Long Beach has to offer, Perdomo contends that Long Beach has a home and a neighborhood to fit everyone’s taste. Many real estate agents try to take on the whole city of Long Beach themselves, but with Long Beach’s enormity and diversity in mind, Ricardo has started compiling a Lifestyles of Long Beach team with two additional agents, Josie Neglia, aka “Josie the Realtor,” and Marisol Navar aka “Marisol the Realtor,” to help him zone in on each distinct community. This way the team can be well informed on the nuances of each neighborhood, beyond just home values. “Being involved in many facets of lifestyle in Long Beach makes it possible for us to help our clients and their families make their house a home,” said Perdomo.

“Our TEAM always outperforms an Individual.”

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Perdomo’s personality and interests are a reflection of the city itself. He’s a complex, forward-thinking man with varied interests. He’s down-to-earth, but enjoys the finer things in life. As an artist, Perdomo participates in yearly art events, such as the Belmont Shore Chalk Art Fest where he won second place in 2010 for the overall competition. He is also the co-organizer of the Long Beach Figure Drawing Group. He has also volunteered at the Museum of Latin American Art for over ten years. “I believe that art is a crucial part of our society because it can evoke such positivity and meaning in our lives,” said Perdomo.

Perdomo loves children. He is going on his fifth year as Religious Education Instructor for first grade children at St. Bartholomew Church in Belmont Shore. He is very active in his faith and finds great happiness in helping others. He is on the Board of Directors of Comprehensive Child Development, Inc., Long Beach, a non-profit organization that provides quality child care, education and support services for hundreds of low income families and their children in Long Beach and surrounding cities.

He is well-known in Long Beach and actively involved as a volunteer in several improvement associations for the island of Naples where he resides which are: Naples Improvement Association, Naples Island Business Association & Naples Seawall Committee.  If you want to know where to dine, play or relax in Long Beach, then Perdomo is the man to ask.  In order to promote local businesses in Long Beach, Perdomo passes out exclusive coupons to his clients that provide a glimpse of Long Beach lifestyle at its best.  His latest offer was for 15% off at Michael’s of Naples Ristorante, the best fine-dining restaurant in Long Beach, and one of the top restaurants in all of Los Angeles. Ricardo the Realtor really believes that we gain more by helping others and that includes local business. People helping people is what you will hear Ricardo say frequently.

To learn more about living in Long Beach and Ricardo Perdomo aka “Ricardo the Realtor” go to

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“Our TEAM always outperforms an individual.”

Your Long Beach Top Real Estate Team is here to help you. Luxury Homes & Million Dollar Estates. Communities include: Alamitos Heights, Alamitos Beach, Bay Harbour, Belmont Shore, Belmont Park, Belmont Heights, Bixby Knolls, Bixby Terrace, Bluff Park, Bluff Heights, California Heights, Carroll Park, College Park, Del Lago, Downtown, La Rochelle, Naples Island, Park Estates, The Peninsula, Wrigley… and surrounding cities such as Lakewood, Seal Beach, Signal Hill.

Why Buying a home is 45% cheaper than renting. Long Beach Lifestyle and Real Estate.

Buying a Home Cheaper than renting?… 

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You can save hundreds of dollars a month by buying a home instead of renting – especially if you can get today’s low mortgage rates, itemize your tax deductions and plan to live there for 7 years.

The most important housing decision that most consumers face is whether to rent or to buy. So to help them with this decision, we took a look at the key market factors affecting the cost of homeownership.  First off, asking home prices have started to rebound and have risen by 2.3% year over year in August (3.8% excluding foreclosures); however, rents have risen more (4.7%). This means that prices are lower relative to rents than they were a year ago. But more importantly, mortgage rates have fallen: the best rates this summer have been around 3.5%, while last summer rates were closer to 4.5%. Based on asking prices and rents during the summer of 2012, buying is now 45% cheaper than renting in the 100 largest U.S. metros, on average – that’s a savings of $771 a month. If you plan to stay in a home for 7 years, which is the average time that Americans traditionally live in a home before moving again,it is more affordable to buy than to rent in ALL of the 100 largest metros in the U.S.

Costs aside, the decision to rent or buy a home is very personal. There’s a strong emotional component: some people want the security of homeownership and others want the footloose freedom of renting. But the financial factors are also very personal because the decision to rent or buy depends on:

  1. Can you qualify for a mortgage at the best rate available?
  2. Which tax bracket are you in, and do you itemize your deductions?
  3. How long will you stay in your home?

To calculate whether renting or buying costs less, we assume people can get a low mortgage rate of 3.5%, itemize their federal tax deductions and are in the 25% tax bracket, and will stay in their home for seven years. (Below, we’ll show how changing these assumptions can affect the rent-versus-buy math.) We do the following calculations:

  • First, we looked at all the homes for sale and rentals listed on Trulia in June, July and August 2012. On for-sale homes, we took the asking price and estimated what it would rent for; for rentals, we took the asking rent and estimated what it would sell for. That way, we can calculate the average rent and asking price for an identical set of properties in a metro area, for a direct apples-to-apples comparison. By looking at homes currently for sale or rent, we’re able to illustrate the actual housing options that consumers face right now.
  • Second, we estimated the total costs of renting and buying for the typical property in a metro over a seven-year period. We factored in all the costs of homeownership (e.g., closing costs, maintenance, insurance, taxes, etc.), along with the tax benefit of deducting mortgage interest and property taxes, as well as the proceeds from selling the home after seven years with modest home price appreciation. On the rental side, we factored in renters’ insurance and the security deposit. Finally, we calculate the net-present-value of all those costs to capture the opportunity cost of tying your money up in a down payment. This gives us the total cost of buying versus renting. We then calculated the dollar difference and percentage difference between renting and buying.
  • Finally, we looked at alternative scenarios of the costs of renting versus buying, by changing the mortgage rate, the income tax bracket for tax deductions, and the time horizon.

Where Buying is a Slam Dunk
With a 20% down payment, a 30-year fixed mortgage rate at 3.5% and at the 25% federal tax bracket, homeownership is cheaper than renting in all of the 100 largest metros by a wide margin. There is no market where the financial decision is even close, so long as you plan to stay in the home for at least seven years, get 3.5% mortgage, and itemize your tax deductions. However, how much cheaper it is to buy a home than to rent really depends a LOT on where you live.

As always if you are looking to Buy or Sell your home… please contact our Team of Professionals today. We can help guide you through the process and help you reach your goals today.

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Why Mortgage Rates, Tax Brackets and Timing Matters in the Rent vs. Buy Debate. Lifestyle of Long Beach and Real Estate.

Why Mortgage Rates, Tax Brackets and Timing Matters in the Rent vs. Buy Debate

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But what if you can’t get the best mortgage rate, don’t itemize your tax deductions or stay in your home for less than seven years? Each of those raises the cost of homeownership, so buying wouldn’t be quite as good of a deal relative to renting. Here’s why each matters:

  • The best mortgage rates are available for people with the best credit scores – and a not-so-hot credit score could make your mortgage a full percentage point higher, which translates to at least a 10% difference in your monthly mortgage payment.
  • Itemizing your tax deductions lets you subtract your mortgage interest and property tax payments from your pre-tax income, which lowers your tax burden especially if you’re in a higher tax bracket. How much does not itemizing raise the cost of homeownership? It depends on your tax bracket and the amount of mortgage interest and property taxes you would deduct.
  • Selling a home in less than seven years after buying it means that you’re spreading your buying and selling closing costs overfewer years – making the average monthly cost of homeownership higher.

To see how your mortgage rate, tax bracket and time horizon affect the cost of renting versus buying, let’s look at several scenarios for a few large metros:


New York




3.5% mortgage, 25% tax bracket, stay 7 years (baseline)





4.5% mortgage *





Not itemizing tax deductions *





Stay 5 years *





4.5% mortgage, not itemizing, AND 5 years





* For these scenarios, the factors not mentioned are the same as the baseline.

Take Los Angeles, for instance. The top row shows that if you can (1) get a 3.5% mortgage, (2) are in the 25% tax bracket and itemize your deductions, and (3) stay 7 years, it’s 32% cheaper to buy than to rent.

Change any one of those scenarios, and buying is still cheaper than renting but less so:

  •  With a 4.5% mortgage instead of a 3.5% mortgage, buying drops from 32% cheaper than renting to 24% cheaper.
  • Failing to itemize tax deductions drops buying from being 32% cheaper to21% cheaper.

  • Staying 5 years instead of 7 makes buying 22% cheaper.

  • But all three – the 4.5% mortgage, not itemizing, and staying only 5 years – makes buying just 1% cheaper than renting – as the bottom row shows.

In New York, these same differences make buying 3% MORE expensive than renting instead of 31% cheaper. In fact, with a 4.5% mortgage, not itemizing and staying only 5 years, buying is more expensive than renting in Honolulu(by 13%), San Francisco (by 10%), and San Jose (by 4%), too.

In the other 96 of the 100 largest metros, though, buying is still cheaper than renting. In Atlanta, for instance, where buying is 57% cheaper than renting in the best of circumstances (3.5% mortgage, itemizing, and staying 7 years), buying remains 40% cheaper even with a 4.5% mortgage, not itemizing, and staying only 5 years. In fact, today’s low mortgage rates make it financially better to buy even if you only stay put for 3 years in many metros. But buying a home also involves a lot of time, emotional energy and financial risk, so we can’t really recommend buying a home that you plan to live in for just 3 years even if the financial calculation is in favor of buying. Money isn’t everything.

Jed Kolko, Chief Economist

As always if you are looking to Buy or Sell your home… please contact our Team of Professionals today. We can help guide you through the process and help you reach your goals today.

Lifestyles of Long Beach and Real 562-533-4003 , We are a Team of Realtors that work and live in Long Beach. The Ricardo The Realtor Team will make your real estate goals a reality. Call us today.

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Top Ten Things You Need to Know About the 3.8% Tax, Long Beach Real Estate

Top Ten Things You Need to Know About the 3.8% Tax 

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1) When you add up all of your income from every possible source, and that total is less than $200,000 ($250,000 on a joint tax return), you will NOT be subject to this tax.
2) The 3.8% tax will NEVER be collected as a transfer tax on real estate of any type, so you’ll NEVER pay this tax at the time that you purchase a home or other investment property.
3) You’ll NEVER pay this tax at settlement when you sell your home or investment property. Any capital gain you realize at settlement is just one component of that year’s gross income.
4) If you sell your principal residence, you will still receive the full benefit of the $250,000 (single tax return)/$500,000 (married filing joint tax return) exclusion on the sale of that home. If your capital gain is greater than these amounts, then you will include any gain above these amounts as income on your Form 1040 tax return. Even then, if your total income (including this taxable portion of gain on your residence) is less than the $200,000/$250,000 amounts, you will NOT pay this tax. If your total income is more than these amounts, a formula will protect some portion of your investment.
5) The tax applies to other types of investment income, not just real estate. If your income is more than the $200,000/$250,000 amount, then the tax formula will be applied to capital gains, interest income, dividend income and net rents (i.e., rents after expenses).
6) The tax goes into effect in 2013. If you have investment income in 2013, you won’t pay the 3.8% tax until you file your 2013 Form 1040 tax return in 2014. The 3.8% tax for any later year will be paid in the following calendar year when the tax returns are filed.

7) In any particular year, if you have NO income from capital gains, rents, interest or dividends, you’ll NEVER pay this tax, even if you have millions of dollars of other types of income.
8) The formula that determines the amount of 3.8% tax due will ALWAYS protect $200,000 ($250,000 on a joint return) of your income from any burden of the 3.8% tax. For example, if you are single and have a total of $201,000 income, the 3.8% tax would NEVER be imposed on more than $1000.
9) It’s true that investment income from rents on an investment property could be subject to the 3.8% tax. BUT: The only rental income that would be included in your gross income and therefore possibly subject to the tax is net rental income: gross rents minus expenses like depreciation, interest, property tax, maintenance and utilities.
10) The tax was enacted along with the health care legislation in 2010. It was added to the package just hours before the final vote and without review. NAR strongly opposed the tax at the time, and remains hopeful that it will not go into effect. The tax will no doubt be debated during the upcoming tax reform debates in 2013.

(National Association of Realtors)

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Long Beach is comprised of communities that have something to offer everyone. These neighborhoods are all unique in their own ways. So if your looking to Buy or Sell your next home, work with a Local Team of Realtors that understands where we live.

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Long Beach Grand Prix 2012 and Long Beach Homes and Lifestyle

Long Beach Grand Prix 2012 & Long Beach Homes & Lifestyle

April 6 – Tecate Light Miss Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Pageant Preliminary Round – 9-10:30 p.m. at Mai Tai Bar, 97 Aquarium Way, Long Beach.

April 9 – Grand Prix Foundation Charity Golf Tournament – 9 a.m. at Old Ranch Country Club, 3901 Lampson Ave. in Seal Beach. Cocktail reception, awards banquet and live auction to follow.

April 11 – Roar In Belmont Shore – 6-9 p.m. on Second St. between Nieto and Corona avenues. Expected to include a car show, live music, driver autograph sessions and more! Charity event to follow at McKenna’s On The Bay, 190 N. Marina Dr., Long Beach.

April 12 – Tecate Thursday Thunder on Pine – 6:30-10 p.m. on Pine Ave. between 1st and 3rd streets. Among the activities: IZOD IndyCar Series pit stop demonstrations, freestyle motocross, live music, driver autograph sessions and the finals of the Tecate Light Miss Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach!

April 13 – Toyota Grand Prix Charity Ball – 6-10 p.m. at the Westin Long Beach, 333 E. Ocean Blvd. Cocktail reception, dinner, dancing and live and silent auctions. Chance to bid on autographed items, original artwork and a ride in the 2013 Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race!

Friday, April 13

7 a.m. – Gates open
7:15 a.m. – Tequila Patron American Le Mans Series (ALMS) practice
9:35 a.m. – Team Drifting Challenge
10 a.m. – IZOD IndyCar Series Practice
11:15 a.m. – Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race Practice
12 p.m. – Firestone Indy Lights (FIL) Practice
2:15 p.m. – IndyCar Practice
3:30 p.m. – Toyota Pro/Celebrity Qualifying
4 p.m. – IZOD IndyCar Series Autograph Session (IndyCar Paddock – FREE to all race ticket holders)
4:15 p.m. – Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) Practice
5 p.m. – ALMS Qualifying
6:30 p.m. – Tecate Light Fiesta Friday Concert Starring Belanova

Saturday, April 14

7 a.m. – Gates open
7:15 a.m. – PWC Practice
8 a.m. – FIL Practice
8:55 a.m. – Team Drifting Challenge
10:25 a.m. – IndyCar Practice
11:40 a.m. – Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race
12:30 p.m. – ALMS Driver Autograph Session in Lifestyle Expo
12:55 p.m. – FIL Qualifying
2 p.m. – IndyCar Qualifying and Firestone Fast Six
3:55 p.m. – ALMS Pre-Race
4:30 p.m. – Tequila Patron American Le Mans Series Race (2 hours)
6:45 p.m. – Tecate Light Rock-N-Roar Concert Starring Joan Jett & The Blackhearts

Sunday, April 15

7 a.m. – Gates open
8 a.m. – FIL Practice
8:25 a.m. – PWC Qualifying
9:15 a.m. – IndyCar Practice
10:45 a.m. – Firestone Indy Lights Race
12:30 p.m. – IndyCar Pre-Race Ceremonies
1:15 p.m. (Approx.) – Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach IZOD IndyCar Series Race (85 laps)
3:40 p.m. – Team Drifting Challenge
4:15 p.m. – Pirelli World Challenge Race (1 hour)

Schedule subject to change without notice.


* Hotels are within walking distance to the circuit

*Hilton Long Beach & Executive Meeting Center
Offical Hotel of the Toyota Grand Prix
Ocean Boulevard at Golden Shore
701 W. Ocean Blvd.
(562) 983-3400; Fax: (562) 983-1200

*Hyatt Regency Long Beach
200 South Pine Avenue
(562) 491-1234; Fax: (562) 432-1972

*Westin Long Beach
333 East Ocean Boulevard
(562) 436-3000; Fax: (562) 499-2096

*Renaissance Long Beach Hotel
111 East Ocean Boulevard
(562) 437-5900; Fax: (562) 499-2512

*Courtyard by Marriott
500 East First Street
(562) 435-8511; Fax: (562) 901-0269

*Hyatt The Pike
285 Bay Street
(562) 432-1234; Fax: (562) 435-1428

Holiday Inn Downtown Long Beach (1.3 mi.)
1133 Atlantic Ave.
(562) 285-1406; Fax: (562) 983-1607

Hotel Queen Mary (2.4 mi.)
1126 Queensway Drive
(562) 435-3511; Fax: (562) 437-4531

Hotel Maya, a Doubletree Hotel (2.5 mi)
700 Queensway Drive
(562) 435-7676; Fax: (562) 437-0866

Downtown Residence Inn (2.5 mi.)
600 Queensway Drive
(562) 495-0700

Hotel Current (4.8 mi)
5325 East Pacific Coast Highway
(562) 597-1341; Fax: (562) 597-1664

Holiday Inn Long Beach Airport (5.3 mi.)
2640 Lakewood Blvd.
(562) 597-4401

Best Western Golden Sails Hotel (5.4 mi)
6285 E. Pacific Coast Highway
(562) 596-1631; Fax: (562) 594-0623

Long Beach Marriott (6.2 mi)
4700 Airport Plaza Drive
(562) 425-5210; Fax: (562) 425-2744


* Restaurants are within walking distance of race circuit

Featured Award Winning Restaurants

Michael’s On Naples
5620 E. 2nd Street • Long Beach, CA 90803

5760 E 2nd St, Long Beach, CA 90803
(562) 434-4479


*555 East Restaurant
555 E. Ocean Blvd.
(562) 437-0626

115 Pine Ave.
(562) 436-3388

*Auld Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant
71 South Pine Ave.
(562) 437-8300

*Blue Cafe
217 Pine Ave.
(562) 983-7111

*Bostons Pizza
90 Aquarium Way
(562) 436-1300

*Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
87 Aquarium Way
(562) 437-2434

*Buono’s Authentic Pizzeria
250-A W. Ocean Blvd.
(562) 432-2211

*California Pizza Kitchen
61 S. Pine Ave.
(562) 628-1800

1126 Queensway Dr.
(562) 435-3511

30 W. Shoreline Dr.
(562) 590-5103

*Extreme Pizza at Rainbow Harbor
21 The Paseo
(562) 901-9700

*Famous Dave’s BBQ
300 S. Pine Ave.
(562) 436-9260

*George’s Greek Cafe
135 Pine Ave.
(562) 437-1184

330 S. Pine Ave.
(562) 432-8588

71 Aquarium Way
(562) 983-1010

55 S. Pine Ave.
(562) 432-5353

*Kavikas Grill & Bar
95 Aquarium Way
(562) 432-8700

10 Aquarium Way
(562) 308-7529

*King’s Fish House
100 W. Broadway
(562) 432-7463

101 Pine Ave.
(562) 491-0066

*La Traviata
301 Cedar Ave.
(562) 432-802


*Mai Tai Bar
97 Aquarium Way
(562) 435-1200

*Outback Steakhouse
20 W. Shoreline Dr.
(562) 435-0002

*Octopus Japanese Restaurant
200 Pine Ave.
(562) 901-0300

*Outback Steakhouse
20 W. Shoreline Dr.
(562) 435-0002

*Parker’s Lighthouse
435-A Shoreline Village Dr.
(562) 432-6500

*P.F. Chang’s
340 S. Pine Ave.
(562) 308-1025

*Rock Bottom Brewery
1 Pine Ave.
(562) 308-2255

*Sgt. Pepper’s Dueling Piano Cafe
91 S. Pine Ave.
(562) 499-4600

*Sevilla Restaurant, Tapas Bar & Club
140 Pine Ave.
(562) 860-0382

*Sharky’s Mexican Grill
51 The Paseo
(562) 435-2700

Sir Winston’s
1126 Queensway Dr.
(562) 435-3511

*Stefano’s Pizza and Pasta
429-C Shoreline Village Dr.
(562) 437-2880

*Tequila Jack’s
407 Shoreline Village Dr.
(562) 628-0454

*The Funnel House
425 Shoreline Village Dr.
(562) 901-1835

*The Madison
110 Pine Ave.
(562) 628-8866

The Reef Restaurant
800 Harbor Scenic Way
(562) 435-8013

*The Sky Room
40 S. Locust Ave.
(562) 983-2703

*Tokyo Wako
310 S. Pine Ave.
(562) 983-2703

*Utopia Restaurant
445 E. First St.
(562) 432-6888

*The Yard House
401 Shoreline Village Dr.
(562) 628-0455

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