Real Estate Hot Links: January 2016

View from my home office in Angelino Heights, looking at DTLA on winter evenings. I love watching the sunset reflect onto the skyscrapers. It’s like a light show for a few minutes every evening. Link Love I almost bought this house in 2006 Woody Guthrie & Skid Row Just sold this craftsman in Boyle Heights Market Update Los Feliz  […]

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Looking Back: My Favorite 10 Blog Posts of 2015

As the year comes to an end, it’s nice to look back. It has been a cray-cray year for me and I haven’t had the chance to sit back and reflect as much as I would like. Honestly, I have been kind of beating myself up that I haven’t made more time to blog this year. But looking […]

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Real Estate Hot Links | November 2015

I snapped this on a walk to get hot chocolate at Woodcat last Sunday.  It’s on Allison Street, in Echo Park. 28 things to do to prepare for el niño The history of Skidrow and it oddly starts with wine | #dtla The Soho House bump | #dtla Pining for Little Pine, Moby’s new vegan restaurant | #silverlake […]

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Joshua Tree House Hunting – Part 1

Joshua Tree can be a great place for people in NELA to have weekend homes. It’s a 2 hour drive from DTLA during the middle of the day or at night, when you can avoid traffic. A variety of mid century home can be found between $50k and $150K. And newer modern architectural homes between $200-350k+. There is a […]

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Real Estate Hot Links | September 2015

Mural on Echo Park Ave. Tiny Houses Sell for over 1000 a sf on the Eastside. My round up of the best outdoor couches for 2015 on my landscape blog. Moving Checklist – Real Simple. DTLA developer pays 18M for Echo Park properties. Is LA in another Real Estate bubble? Short answer, probably not. Many LA […]

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The History of Title

In 1868, the concept of title insurance began as a result of needed improvement to the traditional methods of conveying real property. At the time, the process did not provide confidence and safety to the parties involved in a real estate transaction. Historically, the transfer of title to real property was performed by conveyancers who […]

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Neighborhood: Highland Park (Figueroa St. corridor), Los Angeles 90042

Highland Park is a historic neighborhood in NELA (north-east Los Angeles). It was originally part of Rancho San Rafael, and it has many Victorian and Craftsman era homes. In the early 20th century Highland Park and Neighboring Pasadena were home to many artists and intellectuals who lead the Arts & Crafts movement in California. The neighborhood is ethnically […]

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