Last-minute Camping Ideas for Memorial Day Weekend

Whether you're looking for last-minute camping ideas for the long weekend or planning ahead for the summer, here are some suggestions for you to check out. If you're not up for camping but still want to spend some time in the great outdoors, hit the trails! There are many [...]

Are you getting outdated home-buying advice? (infographic)

Retro may be great for some things, but house-buying information is not one of them. Advice. It seems everyone has it and loves to give it. As you look for your new home, you'll probably get advice from friends and family. Keep in mind, though, that not all "helpful" [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 05/18/19

California home prices soar in April California home prices hit a new statewide median price record. The California Association of Realtors reported that the median price paid for a resale home in April was $602,920, up 6.5% month-over-month, from $565,880 in March. Year-over-year, the median price was up 3.8% from $584,460 last April. Prices dropped [...]

Upcoming Events – May 2019, Part 2

Here’s your guide to what’s happening in the San Fernando Valley during the next two weekends, May 17, 18, 19 and 24, 25, 26, 27. Enjoy Memorial Day Weekend! Fri May 17th LOS ANGELES: 2019 IFS Film Festival - Event runs May 15 - 24th - If you love [...]

May 2019 Market Update – video

What's the median sales price in the San Fernando Valley? How many homes were closed? How many were listed? At what percentage of their original list price did homes sell on average? These questions and more are answered in the May 2019 Market Update. If you're going to buy [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 05/11/19

Stocks retreated this week among trade tensions After several months of optimism that a trade deal with China was imminent, talks broke down this week, causing stocks to lose ground and mortgage rates to fall.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed the week at 25,942.37, down 2.1% from 26,504.95 last week. It’s up 11.2% [...]

Where to go for Mother’s Day brunch

Mother's Day and brunch – they go together like orange juice and champagne. If you're still figuring out how you want to celebrate the day with your mother, we've put together some ideas for you. Shutters on the Beach- Santa Monica They call it a "casual beachfront cafe and [...]

It’s unanimous: city leaders vote against SB 50

Los Angeles city leaders recently voted 12-0 against Senate Bill 50. According to Curbed Los Angeles, "the City Council adopted a resolution opposing the bill, which seeks to allow apartment and condo buildings up to five stories tall near some bus stops and train stations, even in areas zoned strictly [...]

House of the Day: 23361 Leonora Dr, Woodland Hills 91367

Brand new, hitting the market just yesterday, I’ve been anxiously awaiting sharing this new listing with you all!  Situated in the Walnut Acres neighborhood of Woodland Hills, here in the San Fernando Valley this neighborhood is a gem! Known for their extraordinarily large lots, Walnut Acres historically were zoned [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 05/04/19

U.S. Employers add 263,000 new jobs in April The unemployment rate is at the lowest level since 1969. The Labor Department reported that 263,000 new jobs were added in April. That crushed experts' expectations of 190,000 new jobs. The unemployment rate dropped from 3.8% in March to 3.6% in April, the lowest unemployment rate since 1969. Average [...]

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