Good news for fans of Craftsman-style houses in West Hollywood. In a move to help preserve houses from the early part of the last century, the WeHo City Council has just expanded the survey of Craftsman houses from Lexington Avenue between Genesee and Curson to include houses on Hampton and Norton Avenues between Genesee and […]
Retrofit Grants Available Beginning January 20, 2016, eligible homeowners can apply for state grant money – not a loan, but a grant – of up to $3,000 to help pay costs associated with the seismic retrofit of their house. The grant is an incentive payment to encourage homeowners to anchor their vulnerable wood-frame home to […]
Real estate may be hyperlocal but why not start the year with some thoughts on the national housing scene? Read on… Strengthening Economy Despite existing-home sales dropping last November, the National Real Estate Market is primed for expansion in 2016. Here’s why. Better weather in many parts of the country resulted in an increase in […]
Amazing opportunity to restore, rebuilt or develop just off the Sunset Strip. Utterly private late 1930’s traditional set well above the street with huge city to ocean views. It’s in mostly original condition and is definitely a project. Large main room with fireplace and picture window to the view. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths (full bath […]
Comfy Spaulding Square bungalow with 3 bedrooms, solar heated salt water pool and attached guest apt. This sweet house has what you want in a bungalow — lotsa style, wood floors, period built-ins and a super easy living vibe. 3 bedrooms in the house (master with ensuite bath), two secondary bedrooms, full hallway bath plus […]
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