- photo courtesy of St. James + Canter
1BD/1BA Designer Done Remodel Just Completed & Totally Renovated (By FCB:Design). Mid-Century Building With “Resort Style” Pool & Spa.
Listed for sale at $325,000
A European Kitchen With Gloss White Cabinetry, Grey Quartz Counter tops, Carerra Marble Back splash, Designer Tile Floors, Breakfast Bar, and Stainless Steel Appliances. Multi-Directional Recessed Lighting. Dark Oak Hand-Oiled Hardwood Floors. Dressing Room With Aluminum & Frosted-Glass Sliding Doors And Organized Closet. Up-Scale Bathroom With Floor To Ceiling Tile Shower /Tub, High-End Vanity With White Ceramic Wash Basin. Listed by Prudential CA Realty.
- photo courtesy of Joaquin Garcia
Great Property! A hip lease for someone. 711 Westbourne Dr. Offered at $6,500 p/month. 2BD/3BA Modern Design – LEED Certified, 22 foot Ceilings,Top of the Line Baths and Kitchen. Private Entertainer’s Patio. Close to shops and restaurants.
Available very soon, unfurnished. Listed by Joaquin Garcia
Photo courtesy of Jade Mills
Located in guard gated Calabasas Park Estates, this Spectacular & Unique property provides an exclusive retreat and an exceptionally tranquil setting.
Exclusively Listed by Jade Mills
Rare West Hollywood Penthouse For Sale priced at $899,000.
Amazing location near SOHO House West Hollywood and BOA Steakhouse, Beverly Hills adjacent. 2BD/2BA + Large Den, 2-story, Views of the city, Lndry inside, SxS parking.
Come take a look this Sunday, August 26th, between 2-5:00pm.
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photo courtesy of the MLS
It’s the “Big One” on the hilltop! It calls out to you as you drive up Fairfax Ave. It stares at you as you drive over Sunset Blvd. What parties has it thrown? Who has walked through its doors?
It looks quite spectacular from the photos. But as is the usual LA style,will a buyer looking to call LA proper its next home, pay the high ticket price? We’ll wait and see.
I do have to admit the volleyball court on the edge of the city made me pull out my checkbook for an LA minute.
Planning Commission…Yes! Environmental Impact Report…Yes! Sunset & Vine…Maybe? Curbed LA and HollywoodPatch reports the retail giant reconfigured its original project in response to lawsuits filed against it. Lawsuits? Really? Well that’s part of the fanfare or normal course of business here in LA wouldn’t you say? It’s just fun stuff!
East Hollywood, you must admit is still in need and I would imagine, welcomes much revitalization. Nevertheless, there will always be review, after review, after review. And Opposition. View the complete report on the city’s website.
The Central Area Planning Commission takes up the Hollywood store tomorrow at City Hall at 4:30 pm
photo courtesy of themreport.com
In major metropolitan markets such as Los Angeles, the supply of housing has fallen significantly. But by how much all depends on the area. If you’re having trouble finding the right home, talk to a Realtor to find out the year over year difference in the area you are interested in.
This LA Times article states that “Los Angeles’ available inventory is 49% lower than it was last summer.” That is a significant drop and certainly the very reason why you might be finding it difficult to find a good home. And if you do find a good home, chances are there is someone else looking for that very same home. So don’t be surprised to be caught up in a multiple-offer situation. I have been involved in 3 in just the last 2 months. People are hungry, Interest Rates are at an all time low, and consumer confidence(in certain areas) is back….fueling a buyer’s frenzy. Stay calm and hire a real estate agent to help you.
photo courtesy of Jill & Rick Wente, Realtor®
When you think of selling your home, you might want to keep in mind the 3.8% sales tax(aka-transfer tax) that goes into effect when the healthcare reform law goes hard on Jan 1 2013.
This LA Times article by Kenneth Harney explains what it’s about and whether or not your sale would be impacted. Good to know!