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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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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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Neighborhood: Angelino Heights, Echo Park, Los Angeles 90026

Angelino Heights, Echo Park 90026 Angelino Heights (sometimes spelled “Angeleno Heights”) is a hilly historic district in the south east corner of Echo Park. It was founded in 1886 as a street car suburb for well-to-do Angelinos who worked nearby in downtown Los Angeles. The neighborhood boasts the largest collection of Victorian & early Craftsman homes in […]

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