Los Angeles

September 24, 2012 - 6:28 PM
California is sometimes viewed as a haven for those who consider themselves environmentalists - and with good reason. After all, Los Angeles is at the forefront of the green building movement, and the revolution is now extending far beyond businesses. SoCal builder KB Homes recently unveiled a prototype Read More

Going green could be a winning strategy for Los Angeles homes

California is sometimes viewed as a haven for those who consider themselves environmentalists - and with good reason.

September 24, 2012 - 2:06 PM
Without a doubt, some of the real estate in Los Angeles represents the nation's most expensive living options. However, not everyone who lists a multi-million dollar home is a famous actress or billionaire director. Two reality stars, in fact, are living just as large in Hollywood as cinema's Read More

Reality stars list pricey home in Los Angeles' exclusive Beverly Park

The 20,000-square foot estate was built in the French chateau style and sold to Nassif and Maloof in 2004 for $12.7 million. The property includes eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, tennis courts, a pool and a movie theatre, as well as a guest home.

September 18, 2012 - 1:36 PM
The blighted Los Angeles area known as Skid Row has been affected by gentrification and city clean-up efforts for the past decade, and The Associated Press recently reported that its last dive bar is closing as a result of further gentrification in the area. Located on the fringes of Skid Row, the King Eddy Read More

Last Skid Row dive bar to close as downtown Los Angeles gentrification continues

The blighted Los Angeles area known as Skid Row has been affected by gentrification and city clean-up efforts for the past decade, and The Associated Press recently reported that its last dive bar is closing as a result of further gentrification in the area.

September 18, 2012 - 1:27 PM
New development has caused a surge of population in the Los Angeles Arts District, which has contributed to its continued economic success. Los Angeles Downtown News reported that a new $20 million development at Alameda and Fourth streets will debut in late September. The development transformed a six-story Read More
September 13, 2012 - 4:53 PM
According to real estate experts, the key to housing recovery may be investment in rental properties, which could explain the surge in single home family rentals amidst the market for real estate in Los Angeles. The improvement of median home prices is attributed to the increase in rental market Read More

Experts claim investment in single family rental homes may lead to housing recovery

According to real estate experts, the key to housing recovery may be investment in rental properties, which could explain the surge in single home family rentals amidst the market for real estate in Los Angeles.

September 13, 2012 - 4:51 PM
This summer has been greeted by an an increase in demand for high-end real estate in Los Angeles, and the booming market indicates that many investors are willing to shell out top dollar for real estate in some of the most coveted Los Angeles zip codes. Both buyers and sellers have displayed a cautious Read More

Market for high-end real estate in Los Angeles is gaining momentum

This summer has been greeted by an an increase in demand for high-end real estate in Los Angeles, and the booming market indicates that many investors are willing to shell out top dollar for real estate in some of the most coveted Los Angeles zip codes.

September 12, 2012 - 3:54 PM
A wave of activity has swept across the real estate market in southern California, which has added value to real estate in Los Angeles. The momentum has propelled the prices of for-sale and rental properties upwards in spite of the struggling nationwide economy. According to DataQuick, recent gains in the Read More
September 11, 2012 - 4:13 PM
Summer is typically the prime season for beachfront rental properties to generate a flurry of activity on the housing market, and but a recent article in the Los Angeles Times reported that the market for rental properties in Malibu is cooling off as the peak rental season comes to an end. The Los Angeles Read More

As Malibu's rental market cools, sales for affordable beachfront properties are on the rise

Summer is typically the prime season for beachfront rental properties to generate a flurry of activity on the housing market, and but a recent article in the Los Angeles Times reported that the market for rental properties in Malibu is cooling off as the peak rental season comes to an end.

September 10, 2012 - 3:02 PM
The recent grand opening of the Metro Expo Line light rail system is changing the infrastructure of Los Angeles transportation, and is poised to stimulate real estate development near rail stations. A recent article from the Los Angeles Times reported that construction is underway on a new $63 million Culver Read More
September 7, 2012 - 4:16 PM
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced a new parking system in downtown Los Angeles that will turn finding a parking spot into a game of strategy, revolutionizing the way traffic density and parking shortages have shaped the city's infrastructure. LA Express Park could increase open space and Read More

New parking meter system could alleviate parking shortage in downtown Los Angeles

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced a new parking system in downtown Los Angeles that will turn finding a parking spot into a game of strategy, revolutionizing the way traffic density and parking shortages have shaped the city's infrastructure.

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