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How To: Make Your Home a Triplex – Raise Your Homes Value and Rental Income!

Are you hoping to help end the housing shortage in California? If you own a single-family home, then there are options for you to be more than just an advocate. Thanks to new legislation surrounding Accessory Dwelling Units, more single-family homes can easily be turned into triplexes. California has endeavored to simplify the entire process. That said, if you hope…

Getty Fire: Evacuations, Road Closures, and More

A brush fire erupted along the 405 Freeway early Monday in the Sepulveda Pass, spreading quickly into neighborhoods and burning homes. Location: TheGetty fire, which broke out near the Getty Center along the 405 Freeway, has burned more than 500 acres. Areas west of the 405 Freeway and north of Sunset Boulevard are under evacuation orders or warnings to be…

A Guide To Halloween In Santa Monica & Venice Beach

‘Tis the season for spooks! Whether you’re an adult looking for a wild night or a parent worried about the amount of candy your kids will eat, Halloween is a great time for dressing up and letting loose. You can celebrate the holiday on more days than the 31st and in more ways than trick-or-treating! Check out these great events…

6 Must-See Places in Ojai

Ojai, California is a dynamic, vibrant city located within the heart of the gorgeous Ojai Valley. Wineries and rolling hills speckle the lush landscape, marking it as one of the most beautiful locales in California. Ojai is unique in the variety of restaurants, hotels, and shops that fill its downtown streets. Here, you can go horseback riding in the morning,…

Del Rey Urban’s 1st Game Winners Event

Del Rey Urban was pleased to host its 1st Annual Game Winners Event highlighting our offer to expand the opportunities for our team members. The game has 3 winners and each one got to take home an amazing prize! The winners earned points for team engagement, business development activities, and closing transactions. The event was held at the Huntley Hotel…

Santa Monica Now 3rd Highest Property Value in LA County

According to recently released data by the county assessor, Santa Monica now boasts the third-highest property valuesin Los Angeles County. Soaring nearly 36% over the course of five years, the combined assessed value of the city’s properties now total nearly $39.5 billion. They are third only toLong Beach and Los Angeles. View All Properties In Santa Monica Under $1,000,000…

Foreign Investments in the U.S. Housing Market Plummeting

Over the past few months, the American real estate market has experienced a significant plunge in interest from foreign buyers. With stipulations placed on foreign investments in the U.S. housing market and limitations on foreign currency, demand for American homes by foreign investors has steeply decreased. The magnitude of the decline seems to suggest that foreign buyers have less confidence…

LA’s New Airbnb Regulations You Need To Know

Recently announced, a number of new home-sharing regulation have been released for the city of Los Angeles which will change the way that short-term rentals are booked through Airbnb and other rental platforms. As of July 1, 2019, all hosts must pay an $89 fee to the city and register their short-term rental business. Further, hosts can only register one…

California Assembly Approves New Rent Control Measure

Recently approved by the California Assembly on Wednesday, June 19, a new proposal which places a cap on rent hikes across the state will now be advanced into the Senate, albeit with major changes that lawmakers partnered with realtors to make. As time was ticking down, there was an 11th-hour handshake deal with the California Association of Realtors that resulted…

Santa Monica City Council Approves $833-Million Dollar Climate Action Plan

With the hopes of reducing carbon emissions in an attempt to halt climate change, Santa Monica has committed to spending nearly one billion dollars over the next ten years. Unanimously approved by the City Council, the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan will allow officials to spend $833-million dollars as they want to reduce carbon emissions to under twenty percent of…

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