Less than 30% of Los Angeles residents are in a financial position to purchase a median-priced home, according the California Association of Realtors. If you’re a first-time buyer, it can be even more difficult because you aren’t selling a property they can sell to cover the cost of the down payment. Fortunately, there are programs […]
Have you tried to get a mortgage recently? It can be an obstacle course of paperwork to get a loan…but weave the impediments and you can buy a home. Here are five key actions you need to accomplish to get a mortgage.
by Jodi Summers Save water! Save water! Save water! That’s the clarion call heard around Los Angeles these day. But, if you are a business owner trying to get a staff on board with water and other money saving policies, you need a strategy for implementation and follow-up. The Los Angeles Department of Water and […]
edited by Jodi Summers Looking for easy ways to save money? Get rid of your lawn. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will even pay you to do it. The average single family home owner spends about 60% of their water on outdoor irrigation. Turf grass is one of the most water-intensive plants […]
by Jodi Summers Looking for your fantasy Beverly Hills mixed use development project? One of the most desirable pieces of real estate in the country —9900 Wilshire Blvd., is for sale again. Price in the mid-$300-million range for the 8-acre parcel. “A truly rare circumstance in the highly regulated and supply-constrained city of Beverly Hills,” […]
THE BEST OF IT ALL…Something old that’s made new, near the beach and in town…what more can you want? Located steps from Venice Beach as well as Main Street’s Silicon Strip, 103 Brooks is a dream rental. Your superbly renovated first floor apartment features modern conveniences wrapped in an elegant Victorian touch. Parking too – […]