How the Proposed Metro Rail Lines will Change Mass Transit System of L.A.

September 9, 2017
How the Proposed Metro Rail Lines will Change Mass Transit System of L.A.
If you are a resident of Los Angeles and often find yourself cursing the heavy traffic on the roads of the city, there is some good news for you. The proposed metro rail network is going to change the way...
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New Metro in Los Angeles has the Power to Transform Lives

September 7, 2017
New Metro in Los Angeles has the Power to Transform Lives
New metro train service between Santa Monica and downtown L.A. started after decades of wait on May 20, 2017. It was a momentous occasion for those who waited patiently for this mass transit system to take a concrete shape. Steve...
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24 Places of Attraction on the New Expo Line to Santa Monica

September 6, 2017
24 Places of Attraction on the New Expo Line to Santa Monica
Whether you are a local resident or a tourist visiting Los Angeles, there are some places of tourist attraction on the new Expo Line to Santa Monica that you simply cannot miss. After all, you deserve some fun and recreation...
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As California Real Estate Slows, L.A. Going Strong

August 25, 2017
As California Real Estate Slows, L.A. Going Strong
The Los Angeles real estate market continues to thrive as much of California shows signs of slowing, this from the summer/fall forecast of California Commercial Real Estate Survey from Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson. According to the forecast, Los Angeles is leading...
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As Mall and Shopping Center REITs Crumble, New Investment Opportunities Emerge

August 22, 2017
As Mall and Shopping Center REITs Crumble, New Investment Opportunities Emerge
Long considered a prime option for investment, brick-and-mortar retail locations and the Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) that finance them have been losing ground for a number of years. There are a number of factors that have led to this...
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Students Move Off Campus Due to Rising Costs

August 15, 2017
Students Move Off Campus Due to Rising Costs
"Given the cost of tuition, a lot of students are eager to look for ways to save money. If moving off campus is a cheaper alternative than the dorms, that alone is enough to justify the decision," said a biology...
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The Rising Demand for Student Housing Means Profits for Investors

August 14, 2017
The Rising Demand for Student Housing Means Profits for Investors
In a bid to secure the future, investors often explore the possibilities of purchasing investment properties and rent it out in order to generate more income from it. According to a recent survey by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate,...
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The Pros and Cons of Owning and Investing in Student Accommodations

August 11, 2017
The Pros and Cons of Owning and Investing in Student Accommodations
As of 2016, the total student housing transactions reached a record level of $9.6 billion according to Real Capital Analytics. This was up 62% from 2015 and amounted to three times 2014’s total. From the above analysis, you can be...
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Eleven Value Indicators for Industrial Building for Investors

August 9, 2017
Eleven Value Indicators for Industrial Building for Investors
Whеthеr уоu are an іnvеѕtоr lооkіng tо acquire аn іnduѕtrіаl buіldіng, a user in nееd оf a wаrеhоuѕе fасіlіtу to meet уоur space nееdѕ оr аn оwnеr attempting tо соmреtіtіvеlу price уоur manufacturing рrореrtу, thеrе аrе ѕеvеrаl value іndісаtоrѕ you...
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Tension Between Trump and China Could Spell Big Trouble for Real Estate

August 8, 2017
Tension Between Trump and China Could Spell Big Trouble for Real Estate
Not long ago, we wrote about the increasing role Chinese developers play in the Los Angeles real estate industry. But now, escalating tension between the Chinese government and the Trump administration could lead to less Chinese investment in the city....
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