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DTLA Market Report — The Loft Blog plans to have the February 2021 real estate market report numbers within the next day or two. In the mean time, the busy real estate season has begun in Downtown L.A. For the last several weeks, the brokers, agents and administrators in our staff have been busy. Downtown L.A. has made progress in restoring businesses. In fact, it’s been rather difficult to find parking in the Historic Core lately. The most requested buildings recently have been the Rowan Building, Cornell Building, Barker Block, Higgins Building, Bartlett Building, Pan American, Alta Lofts, Eastern Columbia and Flower Street Lofts.

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The Loft Blog Top Ten lists have been quite popular lately. We’ve covered the top ten most popular articles and topics. Today, we’re revealing the top 10 requests recently made by Loft Blog readers who have responded to our information request forms. Now we really know what Loft Blog readers are thinking, asking and doing in today’s real estate market. Here are the top ten most popular information requests:

Rent to Own Loft and Condo Tour Information

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L.A. Loft and Condo Information Request

L.A. Unlisted Lofts New Pocket Listings Request

OC Unlisted Homes New Pocket Listings Request

Mills Act Condo Listings Downtown Los Angeles

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Arts District Lofts, Condos and Apartments

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Copyright © This free information provided courtesy L.A. Loft Blog with information provided by Corey Chambers, Realty Source Inc, BRE 01889449. We are not associated with the seller, homeowner’s association or developer. For more information, contact 213-880-9910 or visit LALoftBlog.com Licensed in California. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Properties subject to prior sale or rental. This is not a solicitation if buyer or seller is already under contract with another broker. | COMMENT

To find out what is really happening in urban L.A. real estate, the readers of the Loft Blog are the experts at what everyone needs to know. Here are today’ reader questions:

Q: I’m looking for studio lofts or one bedroom for rent in Los Angeles Downtown Historical District. Where can I find LA Unlisted lofts new pocket listings? A: Thank you for your request on the L.A. Loft Blog. Use the L.A. Unlisted Lofts New Pocket Listings Request at https://laloft.wufoo.com/forms/r1soyr1r1g8l5ws/. | Blog Video

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Q: I am a fine art painter, illustrator and design garment art with two start up’s in LA. After years of being a full time artist in the U.S. Virgin Islands and the beach towns south of LA, it’s time to step into the art community of Los Angeles. Where can I find loft rental tour information?

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Copyright © This free information provided courtesy L.A. Loft Blog with information provided by Corey Chambers, Realty Source Inc, BRE 01889449. We are not associated with the seller, homeowner’s association or developer. For more information, contact 213-880-9910 or visit LALoftBlog.com Licensed in California. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Properties subject to prior sale or rental. This is not a solicitation if buyer or seller is already under contract with another broker.

Lofts for lease include penthouses and more affordable artist lofts in Downtown L.A. #loftsforlease
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While DTLA continues to bear the brunt of virus panic, hysteria and lockdown, home buyers, sellers, renters, landlords and investors want to know what is really happening in the city. Here’s the newest top ten list to show what Loft Blog readers are thinking and doing:

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Extreme live/work activity at 4:00 AM at Alta Lofts Los Angeles #affordable #artistlofts
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Buying a Better Home for a Lower Price

When a home buyer is willing to pay more for a home, but prefers to offer less without the risk of losing the home to other offering buyers, an escalation clause is just the ticket. Getting a dream home for a lower price requires advanced strategies to increase the buyer’s chance of getting the property, while saving as much money as possible.

Escalation Clause
Home buyers often prefer to start looking first at the lower priced homes because they want to see the best possible deals. Buyers want a good deal, so they will check out the bargains to see if they’re attractive, and they can always go see higher price properties, and offer more later if necessary. Buyers can sometimes find money to go up in price if the cheaper properties are too much of a compromise. But they never want to waste money by offering too much. #escalationclause #millsact | Blog Video

When a buyer finds a property they like, additional items sometimes included by more advanced buyer’s agents in the offer are: Letter to seller (often called a Love Letter), letter from a reference, escalation clause (based on the buyer’s agent conversation with the listing agent), appraisal clause, inspection (advanced agents will make sure it is focused on safety and health), post occupancy, also based on a conversation with the agent.

The escalation clause is often used in today’s market because the good deals go very quickly, often with many competing offers from other buyers. This is especially true in the safer, suburban neighborhoods.

Here’s an example of what an escalation clause may look like:

Purchase price to be $400,000, unless the seller receives a higher offer from another buyer; in which case, this offer shall automatically escalate to $2,000 above the other buyer’s offer, to a maximum of $500,000. If the seller accepts the escalated offer, the seller shall provide proof the higher offer from the other buyer.

A more comprehensive example might look like this:

During the period that the initial offer remains open, should the Seller receive an executed written offer from another Buyer (“competing offer”) that is higher than the initial offer, Buyer hereby agrees to escalate his offer by increments of $ 1,500 until such time as Buyer’s offer first exceeds the then-existing competing offer. Buyer’s offer shall not escalate unless and until Seller has received a competing offer that exceeds Buyer’s then-existing offer.
Buyer’s offer shall not escalate beyond a total purchase price of $500,000. Seller agrees that each escalation pursuant to this Addendum shall be deemed a valid offer to purchase the property.
Each time there is an escalation pursuant to this Addendum, the Listing Agent must notify the Buyer’s Agent within one (1) hour of each escalation. If Buyer and Seller agree on a total purchase price pursuant to this Addendum, they agree to execute a Contract at such price, with all other terms of the initial offer remaining the same.
Buyer shall have the right to inspect complete copies of all written competing offers received by Seller pursuant to which there has been an escalation of Buyer’s offer.

Buyers want to offer the lowest amount that they can, and sellers want the most amount they can get; but in a competitive market where there may be multiple offers, buyers may lose out of the home they want if they are outbid by another buyer.

The option sometimes used in today’s hot markets is the escalator clause of a real estate contract. An escalation clause states how much the offer will go automatically above the highest offer received by the seller from other buyers. It also states a ceiling price that it will not go over. Besides being a faster ways to negotiate, the escalation clause reduces the chance that a buyer will lose out to a competing higher offer from another eager buyer.

Before using an escalation clause, the buyer’s agent should ask the listing agent if multiple offers have been received, or if multiple offers are likely to be received before the seller choses whom to sell to.

Also, the buyer’s agent must be able to confirm and validate any competitive bids that are received. A down side is that, by including an escalation clause with an offer, the buyer will show their hand as to how much the buyer is willing to pay. Some sellers may thus raise their expectations of how much they demand for the property.

A few sellers do not like escalator clauses, and may reject them. They would rather have a potential buyer offer their highest and best offer from the beginning.

In addition to powerful tactics in a purchase offer, the buyer’s agent also matters: Advanced buyers agents know that the listing agent would like to know why it is an advantage to work with the buyer’s agent, such as years in the area. Buyer’s agent may include in the offer reasons why the buyer’s agent will be extra likely to help get the transaction done successfully.

460 S Spring St #816 kitchen
L.A. Loft Blog readers are first to be notified of this amazing, corner Rowan Building loft condo unit just listed for lease, with urban style, open-plan, historic character, open space, high ceilings, large mahogany trimmed windows, natural light, city views, is the ideal loft with covered parking space included. Modern kitchen and bath with beautiful park view window and large tub, this is the quintessential urban retreat. 690 Sq Ft $2,350. #rowan #lofts #dtla

Rowan Building Unit #816

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Historic Core Downtown Los Angeles urban vibe and creative energy. Vibrant Old Bank neighborhood with walkability to countless restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs, shopping, entertainment and transportation. Scavolini cabinetry, Bosch washer dryer in unit, granite counter tops, Toto bathroom fixtures and maple flooring and exposed brick walls. | TOUR VIDEO | OVERVIEW VIDEO

The Rowan provides 24-hour guarded lobby with concierge service, an elegant residence lounge, outdoor community patio with BBQ grills, hot and cold spa, chaise lounges, outdoor picnic table, seating and pet area. The building is located next to Spring Street Park, Le Petite Paris, and Kazu Nori. Also Ace Theater, Cliftons, Metro-Red Line (Pershing Square) and easy access to Fwy: 110, 10, 101 & 5.

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Buying a Home in Long Beach 534 Views

Dramatic Revelation: Luxury Tent Mansions of Skid Row #homeless #luxury 185 Views

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Los Angeles House Inflation Rate

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L.A. single family residence home prices went up while inner city condo prices fell in 2020. Real estate markets and the shifting economy are inexorably linked.

Real estate is one of the best hedges against inflation because inflation exerts upward pressure on home prices. We’re now entering a period of stagflation because a significant number of Americans are convinced that shutting down much of the economy can reduce viruses. It cannot. Colds and flu-like illness have always been with us, and shall be for the foreseeable future. Panic, hysteria, exaggeration and overreaction have always caused more harm than good. Shutting down jobs can only reduce wealth, decrease GDP and diminish resources needed for vital needs such as health care, food and housing. In addition to reduced real wealth, stagflation is also composed of money printing and quantitative easing. The federal reserve and federal government have committed themselves to unlimited money printing and unlimited quantitative easing. Their promise of unlimited money supply is a promise of runaway inflation. The dollar has already been crashing in relation to bitcoin dramatically for 11 years. Paper products and building materials have shot up dramatically. Stagflation is a combination of this inflation with the reduction of economic output — reduction of wealth. We’ve been promised more money and less wealth. That’s the stagflation that is now being delivered. How does this affect home prices?

New suburban home prices went up sharply in 2020 because the money supply was dramatically increased at the same time that the public was told to stay safer at home. Home owners were temporarily able to afford increases in the comforts of the single family home: home improvement, add-ons, expansion, new swimming pools, new home theaters, new landscaping, new computers along with more expensive homes. At the same time, most big city urban areas declined in perceived safety, desirability and price. These two trends are expected to continue, but most suburban homes are likely plateau in price around 2021 because the home improvement phase has already been accomplished, going “back to school” is going back in fashion, home prices are relatively high in comparison to GDP, and the overall economy shall face new crises as massive unwinding sets in for many industries. While big cities shall continue to bear the brunt, suburbs shall feel more financial squeeze as commercial real estate, travel, touring, restaurant, retail and other locked down industries realize exploding debt, failures, insolvencies and liquidations.

Q: Where can I find industrial live work space? A: Find lots of information about industrial live work space on the Loft Blog, including prices for sale and for lease.

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Downtown Long Beach is home to some amazing lofts.
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Long Beach, California has several notable historic loft buildings with units for sale and for lease. Home of the Queen Mary and Hamburger Mary’s, L.A’s port city makes it easy to have a merry time. While Long Beach has its share of homeless, the sidewalks are a bit cleaner and perhaps a tad livelier today than those of Downtown Los Angeles. Real estate prices are also a bit lower in the queen city. It’s many parks and schools include Long Beach City College and California State University. One of the first retail stores to sell Apple Computers was the old Byte Shop on E Stearns Street, next door to Wendy’s. #lofts

In addition live/work condominium units with character, Long Beach also has many single family homes. While beaches are near, homes are relatively plentiful, and fun friends are abundant, many Long Beach residents find that they wind up commuting to jobs in Orange County. #longbeach #ca | Blog Video

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New homes for sale with spectacular views from the hilltop park above Downtown Los Angeles provide extra spacious 3-story townhome style single family living with private rooftop decks. Experience the spectacular views in person. Get on the New Homes Interest List. Offered from $1.349M. #elysianpeak #newhomes #losangeles | ELYSIAN PEAK FOR SALE | TOUR VIDEO

These expansive new construction homes of modern design provides super generous square footage, four levels, magnificent outdoor space and a prime location where trendy Echo Park meets the excitement of Downtown. The great room is a dramatic setting with a chefs kitchen and seamless connectivity to your private open-air retreat. Relax, dine and entertain against a cinematic backdrop of city lights and scenic vistas that are rare and captivating to behold. Three bedrooms and a two-car garage deliver space in abundance so that you can live and work in harmony with your dynamic lifestyle. Enjoy unparalleled access to Dodger Stadium, LA Live, major museums, the Disney Concert Hall and more. From your hilltop perch you feel separated from the city, and everything you love and need is within easy reach including great dining, takeout and grocery options; Elysian Park hiking and biking trails are just minutes away.

EXTERIOR FEATURES
Contemporary Design
Rooftop decks or Terraces with views of downtown LA, Dodger Stadium, and the San Gabriel Mountains*
Private balconies with Win-Dor folding door systems per plan
Oversized picture windows per plan
Two-car private garages (Wi-Fi enabled)
Distinctive, modern finishes and fixtures
Builder-installed landscape and hardscape
Gas pre-plumbed for exterior BBQ facilities
East Homes include secure, gated entry

KITCHEN FEATURES
Quartz countertops with square edges
Spacious kitchen islands
Streamline flat panel cabinets with designer hardware, soft-close doors and drawers, and concealed hinges
Stainless steel appliance package, including 36” commercial style dual-fuel range with chimney-style hood, dishwasher, and under-counter microwave
Under-cabinet task lighting

BATHROOMS
Private master bath suites with oversized showers
Dual vanities in master bathrooms with rectangular sinks and modern chrome fixtures
Quartz countertops with square edges
Streamline flat panel cabinets with designer hardware, soft-close doors and drawers, and concealed hinges
Tiled showers and/or tubs

ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Energy Star® certified dishwasher
High efficiency tankless water heater with .95 energy factor
Water conserving faucets and fixtures
Insulated hot water pipes
Energy efficient exterior insulation
Insulated garage doors
LED recessed can lighting
Dual glazed low “E” windows
Provision for an electric car charger
High efficiency air conditioning with 14 to 16 SEER rating
Dual heating and cooling units
R-6 insulated and tested ductwork
West homes feature central heating with 92% energy factor*
East homes feature a 2.1 Kw solar photovoltaic system*

*Features are per plan. See Sales Professional for locations and availability.

The Neighborhood
Elysian Peak is a nexus where the trendy residential enclave of Echo Park meets the energy, excitement and commerce of Downtown LA. Nestled above the city in an intimate hillside colony, you’re just a few short minutes from top attractions including Dodger Stadium, Staples Center, LA Live, Disney Concert Hall, museums, restaurants and so much more.

Right down the street, amenities are abundant in a vibrant local scene that includes Clark Street Coffee, Lassen’s grocery, Guisado’s and the weekly Echo Park Farmer’s Market. Recreation beckons at Elysian Park, a vast network of scenic and pet-friendly trails where you can hike, bike, walk or run.

Head back home and kick your feet up. Open your window, feel the breeze. Between the majestic San Gabriel Mountains and shimmering Pacific, LA is happening. At Elysian Peak, it’s all within your view.

Dining & Take Out – Eastside Italian Deli, Guisados, Mexicali Taco & Co., Tsubaki, Howlin’ Ray’s, Sage Blossom, LASA, Wax Paper, Nick’s Cafe, Ostrich Farm, Philippe The Original, Sage Plant Based Bistro, Otium, Taix, Majordomo, Grand Central Market

Cafes & Bars – Clark Street Coffee Shop, Eightfold Coffee, Woodcat Coffee Bar, Bloom &Plume Coffee, The Semi-Tropic, Alfred Coffee, Bar Henry, OTOTO, The Douglas, Grand Star Jazz Club, Oriel Chinatown, General Lee’s, Bar Carlo, Highland Park Brewery, El Prado

Parks & Recreation – Los Angeles State Historic Park, Echo Park Lake, Grand Park,
Elysian Park, Wildflower Trail, Elysian Park, Chavez Ravine Arboretum, Silver Lake Reservoir, Dodgers Stadium, The Broad, Dorothy Chandler Pavillion, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Museum of Contemporary Art, Wheel Fun Rentals EP Lake, Echoplex, Hauser & Wirth

Markets – Lassens Natural Food & Vitamins, Echo Park Farmers Market, Cookbook, Valerie Echo Park,

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LA Loft Loans — Financing industrial and commercial loft conversions in the Los Angeles area can be accomplished much easier, with less hassle, and with a much better chance of success when the prospective home buyer or borrower knows where to look. Amazing lofts for sale provide uniquely inspiring live/work spaces. The buildings offer creative abodes for sensational living, productivity, efficiency and happiness.

Buying or refinancing a loft can turn into a catastrophe when attempting to use a lender who is not connected or experienced with the differences presented by commercial or industrial loft conversion condominium properties. In fact, it is the #1 most common disaster that trips up buyers and sellers when trying to transact a loft condo in LA. — A frustrating failure ensues most frequently when the buyer and seller each mistakenly hire an out-of-area agent who has no idea about the uniquely challenging financing issues surrounding live-work loft conversions. After a clumsy process of finding the right loft, and then finally getting into escrow, the buyer receives the unexpected phone call from the lender that goes something like this: “of course we cannot complete the loan as promised… we’re a residential lender and you told us you’re financing a residential property. This is not a residential building, so we can’t do the loan.”

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A free report has been prepared called “How to Get the Best Deal on a Loft Loan” that will help buyers and sellers to complete a live-work loft transaction quickly, smoothly and at the lowest cost, and how to find the right lender for the right loft. Also, how to get cash out to pay off bills in a way that is tax deductible. To get your free loft lending report, fill out the online form:

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Use the online application, or, if preferred, print, complete and return the PDF application for each adult resident. Pay $30 for each adult resident credit report at http://bit.ly/creditreportrental or 2 credit reports at http://bit.ly/2creditreports or include a copy or screenshot of your recent free credit report (such as http://www.CreditKarma.com etc. The owner may later require a full credit report). Complete one application for each adult resident, and one for each co-signer, if applicable.

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If using the printed PDF application, please sign twice: sign next to “Applicant” and also sign by “Applicant Signature”. Email the completed application to me or text to 213-880-9910. Or apply using online application at http://www.EntarL.com Then, let us know how much you’d like to offer, along with your desired terms. Fill out the online form:

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L.A. real estate today revolves around variety. Here are homes for sale in Los Angeles, California
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There are lofts in L.A. It’s the land of variety, single family homes, condos, lofts, properties with character that offer a refuge from the ordinary. The average new construction home in the area is close to a million dollars. Tiny homes and container homes are nowhere to be found in the city of expensive regulations and bureaucracy. Those who want to get creative with building can do it, but they are expected to pay extra for the privilege.

Los Angeles real estate is today known for a growing number of homes exceeding the $100 million mark. Sylvester Stallone just listed his 21,000 sq ft digs for $110 million. Other celebrities have recently purchased and sold homes in the more modest $3 million to $27 million range.

The first thing to be aware of when considering the purchase of a home in the Los Angeles area is the homeless population explosion, and accompanying wave of violent crime. There’s a reason why the area is home to many homeless tent encampments and derelict motorhomes. It’s a warm paradise with little or no law enforcement of camping laws and substance abuse laws. Petty theft and many other crimes are also neglected by city officials and LAPD. The poor and the very rich are not required to follow the same laws that the middle class tax payers must follow. Most homeless are not offered proper shelter, safety and social services. Most wealthy are exempt from the problems, or are otherwise able to avoid problems of homeless tent encroachment, blocked sidewalks and streets, Millions of locals are still in denial of what they see in front of their own eyes. The international press, however, minces no words about the decaying city, U.K.’s Daily Mail dubbing L.A.’s current situation an “apocalypse.” The world is shocked at how Angelenos are allowing their city to be taken over by filth, junkies and violent criminals.

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Some amazing older homes in the area qualify for significant savings in the form of property tax benefits, in exchange for owners maintaining the original architectural elements of antiquity. This includes several loft condominium historic buildings.

This region is subject to earthquakes. Most loft conversion condominiums have been retrofitted to prevent collapse in the event of a major seismic event. Other apartment buildings must undergo retrofit, particularly those of dingbat construction on flimsy stilts above parking spaces.

A few homes in the hills have septic systems, with no municipal sewer service. Even fewer Los Angeles homes have leased land. Most real estate in L.A. is fee land. A few neighborhoods, like Taylor Yard, have a 99 year lease of the land that the homes sit on.

Not everyone is moving out of Los Angeles. If they did, the home prices would not be increasing in many neighborhoods. In fact, there are almost as many moving into L.A. as there are moving away. They’re still paying a fortune for LA real estate — and taxes. Unfortunately, the city’s expenses are growing faster than revenues, as those moving into the city demand more services. Homeless generally don’t pay real estate taxes.

The entertainment capital of the world, Los Angeles offers upward mobility and rapid advancement of social status. L.A. is all about having lots of choices. Besides the Hollywood film industry, Beverly Hills wealth and California beach culture, there is too much variety and overabundance of neighborhoods, lifestyles, cultures, real estate types and architectural styles than one article can begin to touch on. Even with most of the restaurants stymied or shut down, LA is the place where one can enjoy a different restaurant every day, without ever running out of new restaurants to try. The same goes for variety in general. Surf in the morning and ski at night without leaving The Greater Los Angeles Area.

The same city with some of the world’s most valuable mansion estates also provides free real estate for homeless, albeit unlivable, unsafe and untenable . Fortunately, the city also provides some ownership programs for low and moderate income home buyers with very low down payments.

Some of the most popular neighborhoods sought after by Loft Blog readers include: Downtown Los Angles, Lincoln Heights, Chinatown, Boyle Heights, Pico-Union, Westlake, Echo Park, Elysian Park, Elysian Valley / Frog Town, Koreatown, Silver Lake, Hollywood, East Hollywood, Glassell Park, Cypress Park, Montecito Heights, Mount Washington, Highland Park, El Sereno, Eagle Rock, Santa Monica, Venice, the San Fernando Valley, Long Beach and Orange County.

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Q: What is the situation with Downtown LA Mills Act loft? A: Amazing historic Mills Act lofts in Downtown Los Angeles provide significant savings on county property taxes for owners who maintain the buildings. DETAILS

Q: What is a mills act loft? A: See above.

Q: What is happening with oceanwide plaza la? A: OceanWide Plaza megaproject is still languishing in limbo amid virus hysteria, China money issues, urban decay, commercial real estate catastrophe and legal disputes. The developer faces an uncertain future with the $1 billion-plus condominium, hotel and retail development. Some of the primary investors, who invested money for the purpose of obtaining U.S. travel visas, ended up getting stiffed by the failed project, according to a current lawsuit. Read the full story at law360.com. | MORE

Q: Is there a list of Historic Core Lofts? A: Yes, there is a complete list of DTLA historic lofts for sale and for lease. | Historic Core | Neighborhoods

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2121 Lofts in the Arts District – Some units feature two story with ultra high ceilings and private patios

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2121 E 7th Pl, 2135 7th Pl and 712 S Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90021

Arguably the most character of any loft complex in Downtown Los Angeles, 2121 Lofts were built in 1927, then modernized in 2002. This creative loft community epitomizes the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District. A wonderfully urban location with central access to the city. Neighbors include original warehouses, the L.A. River, the renovating 7th Street Bridge, and everything from underground art galleries to headquarters for high-end designers and fashion labels. #2121lofts #dtla #artsdistrict

As you arrive at 2121, 7th Place cuts away from the city streets and opens to a broad, walkable and very social side street shared by creative artists, neighboring lofts and the famed mid-century modern furniture company, once Modernica’s factory and headquarters. Low-key traffic, cool buildings and interesting people set the tone for the living experience inside – friends and neighbors gathering, social places, and a collective community experience.

Building Features (Features may vary unit to unit)
Secured Building Entry and Guarded Patrol
Landscaped Indoor / Outdoor Courtyards
Outdoor Thermador Kitchen and Entertaining Area
Herb Garden and Martini Grove
Pet Friendly: Private Off-Leash Dog Park with Grooming Station
Private Storage Lockers
Ample Secured Parking
Residence Features
Ceilings from 18 to 20 ft. in Town homes
Exposed Wood Posts, Beams and Bow Truss Roofs
Distressed Maple, Douglas Fir and Polished Concrete Floors
Historic Steel Windows
Huge Skylights and Big Windows
Open air indoor balconies on 2nd floor with sky lit ceilings below (select units)
Industrial Loading Docks Reborn as Private Patios
Private Garden Spaces
Large Canvas of Exposed Brick Walls
NanaWalls – Folding Window Walls
CaesarStone Slab Countertops
Italian Teak Cabinets
Concealed Bosch Dishwasher with Teak Panel Covering
Bosch Integra Titanium Ranges
Dual Convection Oven and Warming Drawer
Step Down Showers with Hansgrohe Rain Showers
Duravit Starck Toilets and Deep Soaking Tubs
Mosaic Tile by Dal Tile
Pre-wired for High Speed Data and HD Digital TV

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2121 Lofts lush landscaped outdoor spaces with extra industrial character
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Here’s what happened in L.A. urban real estate last month: Median home price dropped by $70,000 since the same month of the previous year. January 2020 median home price was $580,000. January 2021 median sold home price fell to $510,000. Based on MLS data from areas 23,42 and 1375.

Several Downtown specialist real estate agents report a significant uptick in new buyer requests in the past few days. Perhaps February might improve a bit.

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LOVE REMEDIES A MULTITUDE OF WRONGS

Corey Chambers SoCal Home Newsletter February 2021 – Impactful Real Estate News

February brings in Valentine’s Day, where many of us scramble to make sure those close to us KNOW we love them! After all – Love is a many splendored thing. While love for our family and friends is the most important, I think it’s also important to express my love for helping people to find a home where their heart is. #valentinesday #coreychambers #news

Valentine’s Day is the unofficial (yet very popular) holiday that reminds us to give cards, candy and gifts to those who are important to us. It stems from thousands of years of fond history around the courtly love tradition associated with Saint Valentine of Rome. #chla #realestate

My favorite love description is: Love is patient, Love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes and always perseveres. | BLOG VIDEO

I could go on with all kinds of examples like – Love Your Neighbor as Yourself, even go all business on you with accolades about how much we love doing business with you, or how much we love your referrals and more – but, the point is we do love helping people sell and buy real estate. And those people say we are good at it!

Also included with this month’s newsletter is a story about a very special child.

Please know that my team and I are eager to help anyone you know wanting to make a move, so much so, that we are willing to make an offer that they will LOVE – AND – the Kids at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles will love too.

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For the month of February, for anyone considering making a move that you refer to me, we will guarantee them in writing their home will sell or we’ll buy it at a price acceptable to them. We just need to agree on the price and possession date with the seller.

Just like we are thankful for you and your business, I am confident your referrals will be thanking you for pointing them in the right direction to getting their home sold fast!

And remember: YOUR REFERRALS really do help Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles…

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
We are still on a mission to raise $25,000 for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. We do this by donating to them a portion of our income from homes we sell. As you may know, Children’s Hospital of LA does miraculous work in helping kids fight through and survive some of the worst life threatening diseases like cancer, Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, leukemia and more.

Make Children's Hospital your special valentineBUT they rely on sponsorships and donations to continue providing a uniquely supportive and healing environment. Donations also benefit families by helping to keep overall expenses as low as possible.

So, YOUR REFERRALS REALLY DO HELP THESE KIDS!

Your Referrals Help the Kids!

CHLA BabyWe are on a mission to raise $25,000 for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (we have already raised over $2,500). Kids under the care of Children’s Hospital are more likely to survive serious diseases and cancer. BUT, Children’s survives because of our sponsorships and donations. So, the Corey Chamber’s Team makes it a point to donate a portion of our income from selling homes to help support the great work that they do. Your referrals REALLY DO help the kids!

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With that in mind — who do you know that’s considering buying or selling a home? When you refer them to my real estate sales team, not only will they benefit from our award-winning service, but we donate a substantial portion of our income on every home sale to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. It’s easy to refer your friends, neighbors, associates or family members considering making a move. Go to www.ReferralsHelpKids.com and enter their contact info online or forward the link to those whom you know are considering a move OR you can always call me direct at 213-880-9910.

I want to make it easy for you to refer your friends, neighbors, business associates, or family members considering making a move, so here are some convenient options for you:

1. You can go online to www.ReferralsHelpKids.com and enter their contact info and we’ll take care of contacting them

2. Just pass along the internet address, www.ReferralsHelpKids.com, to anyone you know who might be considering a move

3. Contact us directly at 213-880-9910

I want you to know that you and your referrals mean more than ever to my team and me. As we continue to move forward in 2021, please know we are extremely thankful for you being a special part of our business.

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Warehouse loft conversion condos for sale and loft apartments with amazing industrial character can be found around Downtown LA and in other neighborhoods in the Greater Los Angeles area. Cool, hip style can be practical and rewarding:

Two-story condos, two-level Lofts with mezzanines in downtown Los Angeles homes for sale and for lease: Cherished for their openness, spaciousness and the separation of bed area, lofts with bedrooms and bedroom doors, as well as two-story lofts are highly sought after in Downtown Los Angeles. It’s no wonder that one of the most popular topics on the L.A. Loft blog is two story lofts:

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New and improved amenities come to the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles for 2021
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Housing market on fire in 2020, unsustainable in 2021 and beyond — without runaway inflation.

For 2021, the real estate market is expected to be more volatile, varied and less predictable than normal. The national housing market is now overheated as compared to five years ago. Greater Los Angeles Area single family home prices are expected to plateau, while urban condominium prices shall continue to fall. Los Angeles, New York and other big city urban center property prices have already been falling for several years.

Price inflation normally has an upward price pressure on most things, including residential properties. Inflation is correlated to a reduced value of the U.S. Dollar. The federal government and Federal Reserve have indicated that they plan to increase spending, increase the national debt, increase the money supply, increase quantitative easing and increase radical new measures to stimulate the economy and liquidity. Most of these measures reduce the value of the U.S. Dollar in the future, resulting in inflationary pressures that building up over time, which can result in sudden, unexpected runaway inflation, immediately followed by rising interest rates. | Blog Video

While the Federal Reserve chairman downplays real estate froth, Chairman Powell agrees that rapidly rising home prices are unsustainable. Many housing markets have doubled or tripled in price since 2011.

More and more economists and billionaire investors have been raising concerns about runaway national debt approaching $28 trillion, tidal wave of corporate debt and crushing personal debt. Unusually large, rapidly growing debts can indicate looming financial disaster in the form of a debt bomb explosion, which could potentially wipe out even the safest of retirement funds. High debt increases inflationary pressure for the future.

The primary counterforce keeping prices down is a declining GDP and surge in unemployment — The Greater Depression of 2020s. Stock market volatility tends to have a neutral impact on the dollar value and housing market provided that the long-term end result is near normal.

As 2021 is largely a repeat of 2020 in many ways, we can see most home prices continue to accelerate only if the federal government and Federal Reserve loosen purse strings even more than they did in 2020. These extreme measures are unsustainable, as 2020 already created price shocks in real estate and in many products while the average income went down, resulting in reduced productivity and declining net worth for the average American. Inflation is linked to inefficiencies and detrimental effects such as currency crises, shortages and decreased overall standard of living. The only way to keep pumping up the housing market is by pumping up inflation and costs of living in general.

The most practical ways to protect one’s finances, and to benefit from inflation, is by owning assets such as gold, bitcoin, stocks and real estate. Renters and paycheck-to-paycheck consumers tend to suffer the most when severe inflation takes hold.

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Today’s debt bomb is 75% larger and more explosive than when this scintillating video appeared.
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Los Angeles, CA — In keeping with the powerful combination of truth and light, the Loft Blog addresses two conflicting aspirations for a satisfying lifestyle. The first is the desire to improve our lives by living in an amazing, efficient property amid the best shopping, dining, entertainment and transportation. Secondly, we want to live in place we can trust, where we feel safe, creatively fulfilled and economically stable. With more awareness of the pros and cons of urban living, we can take full advantage of modern metropolitan opportunities, and reduce our exposure to the dangers and down sides of big city chaos.

The Glen Donald Building, at 2121 James M Wood Blvd in the Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles, is an historic condominium building with mostly small studio to medium-sized one-bedroom units, around 300 square feet to 700 square feet or so, occasionally For Sale or For Lease. See more Glen Donald information and listings.

Californians Leaving the State and Moving to Texas

The State of California today attracts poverty, while chasing away wealth at breakneck speed. The state once attracted millions of residents from other states across the country, but now, the once-golden state is losing residents faster to other states. Making matters worse, the single-party echo chambers of politicians accelerate implementation of radical policies that are most closely attuned to failed socialist states, not prosperous ones. The growing exodus, brain drain and evaporation of wealth coincides with the fastest growing sprawl of homeless tent encampments and garbage piles in recent history. Virus hysteria and authoritarian government-mandated lockdown have quickened the pace of California’s decline. As if things could not get worse, the city has seen the most dramatic explosion of violent crime since the economic stagnation of 1970s. The sour icing on the California collapse cake is composed of increasing tax burdens at precisely the wrong time, further disincentive for the wealthy and middle class to remain. International wealth guru Andrew Henderson of Nomad Capitalist advises rich folks to not even consider visiting California any more because of the growing risk of massive unexpected tax events. The result for California is continued expansion of the struggling, poor and homeless, but with fewer wealthy and middle class willing to stick around to pay for the increasing burdens.

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Drive-by shootings explode. The rich burn rubber to leave Los Angeles spinning its wheels.
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The best deals on amazing lofts go quickly, often before they are listed.
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Angelenos pre-occupied with virus hysteria. Real enemies take control.

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Urban real estate prices continue to fall, as prospective home buyers dry up. While Angelenos are entirely distracted by an “invisible enemy,” the violent gangs have taken advantage, and have taken control. The city must capitulate to its failures, then make some difficult changes. Not just the property market, but our livelihoods and our lives depend on it.

Panic leads to very bad decisions. Hysteria leads to the very worst of results. It seems as though the only safety concern today involves a bad flu-like virus that is not even in the top 7 causes of death according to the CDC. This kind of mass hysteria leads to unexpected, undesirable outcomes. Extended mass hysteria leads to unlimited mass atrocities. For one local example, taxpayers have allowed the city to cripple hundreds of thousands of jobs, to stop enforcing most laws involving the homeless, attracting more crime, with less protection for middle-class taxpayers. As a result, L.A. homeless and middle class taxpayers both now suffer from a massive explosion of horrific crime, including violent assault and murder. Now that hundreds of thousands of retail, restaurant, travel, tourism, and entertainment industry jobs for the young adults of Los Angeles are impacted or wiped out, violent gang activities are the only choice for many.

Unprotected homeless and the middle class are being abused and killed by gang members at an atrocious pace. The first two weeks of 2021 rang in more violent crime than the entire year of 2020. The people who we thought were our city officials now beg and plead with the real bosses — the teens and twenty-somethings who control the city streets with nearly unfettered, merciless power. LA gang members may once may have been our waiters — now they’re our armed robbers and our drive-by shooters. They used to wear a vest with bowtie, when they worked at the hotel restaurant. Now they wear a white t -shirt, baggy pants and face tattoos. Violent gangs are the natural choice for young adults who are prevented from working by elected officials. The size, strength and economy of local gangs have grown by leaps and bounds. With names like Canoga Park Alabama, The Magician Club, Crazy Riders, 38th Street, Mara Salvatrucha and Paca Trece, these gangs now control the streets while Angelenos feel imprisoned at home. Get to know our new leaders online before meeting them in person.

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