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Monthly Archives: January 2020

Los Angeles encourages developers to build housing closer to transit areas

Posted on January 28, 2020 by Anthony Vulin in Beverly Hills, Glendale, Hollywood Hills, Market Update, Real Estate, Santa Monica, Silver Lake, Uncategorized, West Hollywood

A proposal out of Sacramento to put denser housing near transit has divided Californians. But a similar program is already underway in the city of Los Angeles. It’s an incentive program called “Transit-Oriented Communities,” and it’s encouraging developers to build more housing units—including affordable ones available to tenants with qualifying incomes—near major public transportation stops. Experts agree that […]

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So, you want to move to LA? Here are a few things you should know

Posted on January 21, 2020 by Anthony Vulin in Beverly Hills, Glendale, Hollywood Hills, Market Update, Real Estate, Santa Monica, Silver Lake, Uncategorized, West Hollywood

First thing first, LA is massive. This fact informs nearly all of the advice that follows. The city of Los Angeles is about half the size of Rhode Island and is home to more than 4 million people. That’s just the city of LA.  There are 87 other cities in Los Angeles County. Many of them, including […]

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What to expect in 2020 when buying a house in Los Angeles

Posted on January 17, 2020 by Anthony Vulin in Uncategorized

Homebuying in Los Angeles in 2020 is off to a busy start. Agents and real estate observers say that in the “lower” end of the market—where homes are priced below $1.5 million—the early action might be indicative of the year ahead. “It’s tighter in the lower price thresholds for sure,” says Jonathan Miller, whose real […]

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Home prices grew the most in the past years in these LA neighborhoods

Posted on January 6, 2020 by Anthony Vulin in Beverly Hills, Glendale, Hollywood Hills, Market Update, Real Estate, Santa Monica, Silver Lake, Uncategorized, West Hollywood

In 2015, Chris Pouy’s realtor told him West Adams would be the next “it” neighborhood. Once he checked it out for himself, he didn’t have to be convinced. Central to the Westside and Downtown LA, its streets are lined with tall, bending palm trees and dotted with charming bungalows fronted by grassy lawns. Pouy owned a loft […]

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