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Monthly Archives: December 2018

Hollywood Target can now resume construction after beating legal challenges

Posted on December 26, 2018 by Anthony Vulin in Hollywood Hills, Market Update, Real Estate, West Hollywood

  Target confirmed today that it would resume construction on the partially built big-box store at Sunset and Western, also known as “the Target Husk.”  A years-long legal fight to halt the Hollywood Target appears to have ended, and Target and the city of Los Angeles have come out on top. It did not say […]

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Why You Should Buy in the Winter

Posted on December 21, 2018 by Anthony Vulin in Beverly Hills, Glendale, Hollywood Hills, Market Update, Real Estate, Santa Monica, Silver Lake, Uncategorized, West Hollywood

‘Tis the season to buy a home! Spring and Summer are popular times of the year to purchase; school’s out and homes are flying off the market. But high temps bring high prices… And sometimes bigger headaches! So here’s why you should do some holiday home shopping In the winter instead! Low temps, lower prices: Homebuyers […]

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The worst times to travel this Christmas weekend

Posted on December 18, 2018 by Anthony Vulin in Beverly Hills, Glendale, Hollywood Hills, Santa Monica, Silver Lake, Uncategorized, West Hollywood

Driving to visit family and friends this Christmas? You’ll have a lot of company on the road— especially if you’re planning to head out of town Thursday afternoon. AAA and transportation analysis firm Inrix predict the absolute worst of holiday traffic in Los Angeles will rear its head from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, when trip times […]

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Good News For LA Buyers The Number Of Homes On The Market Is Going Up

Posted on December 4, 2018 by Anthony Vulin in Beverly Hills, Glendale, Hollywood Hills, Market Update, Real Estate, Santa Monica, Silver Lake, Uncategorized, West Hollywood

The number of homes for sale in the Los Angeles area climbed more than 30 percent in October, nearly 30,000 homes were on the market in Los Angeles and Orange counties. That suggests the region’s sky-high home prices could continue to fall, as they did in September. During the month of October, inventory (the total number of […]

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