Posts Tagged ‘rent’

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Holiday Decorating Ideas

It’s the most magical time of the year, and now that it’s after Thanksgiving it’s time to make your home look as such.  Here’s a few of our tips on decorating that will help give your home that extra “wow” factor!

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Silicon Beach

The Silicon Beach housing market is skyrocketing! The colloquial term encompasses many of the west-side beach neighborhoods of Los Angeles.  The influx of interest has caused neighborhoods, like Playa Vista to triple its volume of home sales in the past year.  These record-breaking sales has caused soaring prices and a general shortage of housing reminiscent of San Francisco and the Silicon Valley.

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Giving Back

As the seasons change and the holidays rapidly approach, we are reminded how fortunate we are to have the basic necessities of life that are too often taken for granted.  November is a wonderful time to reflect on all that one has to be thankful for, but it is also a great moment to volunteer one’s time to help the less fortunate.

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Ten Thousand Santa Monica

Ten Thousand Santa Monica

Rising 40 stories high, Ten Thousand was designed by Handel Architects to capture LA’s classic and contemporary aesthetic. Inspired by the work of 20th century modernists, the two and three bedroom residences feature dramatic floor to ceiling windows that showcase spectacular views of the Hollywood Hills to Downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean.

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LA 2050

The Los Angeles of Tomorrow 

It is projected that city will welcome nearly 1.5 million new residents by 2050 – meaning the total population will swell to over 12 million. How will Los Angeles – a city infamous for palm trees, celebrities, and suburban sprawl – address the growing population needs of tomorrow?

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Empty those pockets!

LA Rents have shot up more than any other U.S. city. In order to be able to afford rent on a 2-Bedroom apartment in LA, you have to make $145K a year. LA has taken its spot at the top ranked cities where it sucks to be a renter.

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Neighborhoods unaffordable to rent

LA may have cheaper rental options than several other US cities, but many Angelenos are probably still going to be stuck living with roommates for a while. A new analysis of US rental markets shows LA rental prices increasing and at the top of the unaffordable list in both the 1 and 2 bedroom rental markets.

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