Los Angeles Real Estate Top 200 Websites
The L.A. Loft Blog presents a special series on the most useful local real estate websites. We’re presenting them in alphabetical order, ten domains at a time, over the next month or so. Here’s the first 10 of the top 200 sites: | Blog Video
1100lofts.com – Chase Building at 1100 Wilshire, luxury condo highrise
2StoryLoft.com – Extra high ceilings, more bed area separation
655HopeLoft.com – Location, high-end finishes, modern NY style
AffordableLoftsLA.com – Lower price range for lease Downtown LA
AgentQuestionsLA.com – Avoid mistakes, get help #la
ArtLoftLA.com – Creative live/work spaces #realestate
ArtsDis.com – Arts District neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles
BarkerWarehouse.com – Popular Arts District loft condominiums
BartlettLoft.com – Historic loft condominiums on 7th Street
BeaconLoft.com – Industrial style condominiums in Arts District
Q: Is there an update for oceanwide los angeles? A: One prospective buyer called asking for information and help to buy the OceanWide Plaza project for $100 million. The project costs closer to $1 billion, so any potental buyer needs to be looking at around $500 million minimum, which would require at least $100 million to $200 million down payment to take over the project. | MORE #websites
Q: What can be done about a corrupt hoa board? A: Here’s the story of one HOA board that recalled the corrupt board. Unfortunately, the recall usually fails because the corrupt board takes many steps to cheat on the election, including banning critics from voting, banning critics from running; calling the HOA election before all of the votes are in; using HOA funds to promote the corrupt HOA members while using HOA funds to attack and criticize the critics; hiring crooked vote counters and hiding votes. The good news is that the truth usually bubbles to the surface eventually, and good HOA board members usually follow. | MORE
Q: Is the urban exodus from los angeles really happening? A: Yes, there are currently more residents planning to move out of Downtown Los Angeles than those who want to move in. To reduce exposure to viruses, strife, blight, homeless encampments and crime, there’s an exodus away from most big U.S. cities to smaller towns. | MORE
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