New Los Angeles Airbnb Regulations Will Limit Short-Term Rentals

New Los Angeles Airbnb Regulations Will Limit Short-Term Rentals

New Los Angeles Airbnb Regulations Will Limit Short-Term Rentals On July 1, 2019, new regulations governing Los Angeles Airbnb properties officially went into effect.  The regulations were put into place by an ordinance that was adopted by the Los Angeles City Council in December of 2018. The new regulations are anticipated to have a significant…

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Metro Purple Line Extension Coming Soon(ish)

Metro Purple Line Extension Coming Soon(ish)

Metro Purple Line Extension Coming Soon(ish) As metro continues to work tirelessly to expand the existing railway system in Los Angeles, the much anticipated Metro Purple Line Extension is underway with a final expected completion date in 2035.  The current Purple Line (pictured below) connects downtown to the Wishire/Western intersection.  The extension, pictured above, will…

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California Senate Bill 50 Proposed To Increase Housing Supply

California Senate Bill 50 Proposed To Increase Housing Supply

California Senate Bill 50 Proposed To Increase Housing Supply In December of 2018, California Senator and Democrat Scott Wiener from San Francisco proposed California Senate Bill 50, which is designed to increase housing supply surrounding public transit throughout California.  The bill faces opposition from numerous cities and organizations, including the Los Angeles City Council, for…

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Dine LA Restaurant Week 2019

Dine LA Restaurant Week 2019

Dine LA Restaurant Week 2019 Between January 11 and 25, Dine LA will provide diners all over LA will the opportunity to experience discounted prix fixe menus at some of LA’s finest restaurants.  This bi-annual event has been massively successful over the past 11 years, exposing consumers to new restaurants and restaurants to new consumers. What…

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2019 Real Estate Predictions

2019 Real Estate Predictions

2019 Real Estate Predictions 2018 was a year of perspective.  Sellers may have been disappointed to see fewer buyers willing to participate in bidding wars due to increases in interest rates and resulting increased cost of home ownership.  Buyers, on the other hand, saw a welcome cooling of the market.  While we expect the cooling…

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