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LA’s Luxury Market Update January 2024

Measure ULA certainly influenced sales volume of properties over $5 million in the city of Los Angeles since it took effect April 1, 2023. Looking at closed sales in January 2023 relative to the prior year is a bit distorted because there w...

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LA’s Luxury Market Update 2023

Change is constant and it appears as though change will continue to move at an exponential rate henceforth.  And yet, Real Estate is still the best hedge against inflation.  The stock market, crypto currency, regional banks, commodity prices,...

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Homeowner Tips

Sharing a few great tips courtesy of the Windsor Square Association: Water is life, especially in times of disaster. Storing a minimum of one gallon of water per person per day for at least two weeks is crucial. Ensure your water stora...

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Larchmont’s Snow Day!

Today we read the sweetest article in our beloved "Larchmont Buzz" newsfeed that we felt compelled to share. In fact, if you long to be part of a community in the sprawling city of Los Angeles, Hancock Park could be just for you and yours! We h...

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LA’s Luxury Market Update

Change is constant and it appears as though change will continue to move at an exponential rate henceforth.  And yet, Real Estate is still the best hedge against inflation.  The stock market, crypto currency, regional banks, commodity prices,...

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Q2 2023 Hancock Park Market Update

Even with a writer’s strike many offers were written in Hancock Park as the imbalance of supply relative to demand and demographic trends are keeping our market dynamic and strong. Multiple offers continue for the most prized locations and ma...

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It’s Going To Be A Hot Summer

It's going to be a LONG - HOT Summer! How often should you deep water Parkway trees? Water deeply by setting your hose on a slow trickle or using a soaker hose near the base of the tree. Leave the hose on trickle for about 2 hours. On average...

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A Decade of Undersupply Forecasted

According to Realtor.com economist Danielle Hale, housing affordability is not expected to improve for prospective home buyers in the near future. This is primarily due to the high cost of borrowing and a lack of available homes on the market. ...

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1031 Exchange Tip

Attention Investors: Anxious about finding a suitable replacement property for your 1031 exchange in time, especially in today’s low inventory environment? Check out DTS products (Delaware Statutory Trust) which are investment grade proper...

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Home is Where the HEART Is

Next Friday, June 2nd, from 10am to 11am, FREE CPR training will be provided courtesy of the brave and kind citizens from the Los Angeles Fire Department Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Please join us! Feel free to bring a friend. ...

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