Here's why housing needs to be more pet-inclusive now
Given the positive effects pets have on stress levels, now's the time for all multifamily communities to adapt their policies and allow for a better living experience — for both pet owners and their furry friends
The housing market has been defying forecasts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Initially, home sales nose-dived for three consecutive months during state shutdowns. But by June, a “remarkable housing recovery” took hold, and real estate bounced back with a vengeance,…
There are so many ways in which 2020 is not turning out the way most Americans expected. In terms of real estate, we were hurtling toward a busy spring season. All the economic indicators looked strong, boosting buyers to battle it out for a limited supply of homes. But…
Some sellers are taking their homes off the market, while others are canceling open houses to avoid contact with potentially infected home shoppers. But record-low mortgage rates are luring home shoppers to the market.
Like Prop 60, Proposition 90 has the same qualifications and provisions. Still, the difference comes in that it applies to transfers from one county to another California county if the new county has enacted Prop 90.
It’s about to get more difficult for landlords to boot tenants in the city of Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously passed an emergency moratorium today that will temporarily bar property owners from evicting tenants, unless they have “cause”—for…
Plans for a skinny skyscraper with a clever diamond-paned exoskeleton has won rave reviews from city planning commissioners, who predict it might be beautiful enough to earn a spot as one of LA’s most iconic buildings.
Join us on Saturday, October 19th from 2:00-5:00 PM at Santa Monica Blvd. and N. Alfred St.in West Hollywood for our Annual Home Buyer Fair!
- Swag Bags to the first 100 Guests
- Trusted Vendors you must meet in the real estate industry (Contractor, Interior…
The 2008 financial crisis brought the global economy to its knees and sent American home prices into freefall. For anyone who managed to hang on to their job, savings, and credit score, the aftermath of the crisis was a prime opportunity to buy a house at a bargain price.