As many of you know, Jonathan and I have been hunting for a weekend house in Joshua Tree. We drove out a few times in the fall to look at properties. There is not a lot on the market right now and there seem to be a lot of people looking. We initially wanted a mid-century […]
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 […]
I represented the buyers on this cute fixer in Boyle Heights. My clients are artists & designers and I am so excited to see them transform this this house into a showplace. Congrats to everyone involved! Happy new year!
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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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]