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Sold – Home in Leimert Park Neighborhood | $636,000

Sold – Home in Leimert Park Neighborhood | $636,000

Matt Dunfrund of Lyon | Stahl Investment Real Estate is excited to have closed 5432 8th Ave, a single-family home in Los Angeles! This 1,310 Sq Ft home built in 1923 sold for $636,000. 5432 8th Avenue is a recently renovated 3+2 home near the hot Leimert Park neighborhood. Matt Dunfrund is pleased to have represented first-time buyers in […]

Just Listed – 4 Units Near USC in Los Angeles

Just Listed – 4 Units Near USC in Los Angeles

Stephen Takahashi and Kyle Woods are pleased to present 1400 Exposition Blvd, a large 4-unit building in Los Angeles! This large 4-unit building is situated in a great location of Los Angeles just minutes away from USC and less than a five-minute walk from the Western / Expo line which runs to the Westside and […]

Interest Rates, So Hot Right Now

Interest Rates, So Hot Right Now

Act now or forever hold your peace, because interest rates are about to jump – and we may not see rates this low again for a while. Interest rates have been next to nothing since 2008, but that’s about to change in the near future as financial experts predict that rates are on the cusp […]

This City is About to Become Very Popular

This City is About to Become Very Popular

  Los Angeles, being such a massive and dynamic region, naturally experiences periodic ebbs and flows of popularity throughout its neighborhoods. In the real estate market, it’s seemingly a race to see who can get to the hot spots first. Luckily for us, there are a few telltale signs that an area will be increasing in […]

Pending Home Sales are on the Decline

Pending Home Sales are on the Decline

Although the housing market has been showing major signs of improvement since 2008, we can’t ignore the most recent changes, which are a little unsettling. Both August and September had a decline in pending home sales, which indicates that the real estate market as a whole may once again be declining. Usually, about 4-6 weeks’ time passes from […]

6 Surprise Costs of Investing

6 Surprise Costs of Investing

Investing in real estate is certainly one of the best ways to grow your portfolio and, subsequently, your wealth. However, for new investors, it’s crucial to keep an eye out for a few hidden costs that you may not be expecting. Unexpected repairs. Sure, a home inspection gives you some peace of mind. But a […]

Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Property Manager

Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Property Manager

  When it comes to managing your investment property, who can you trust? After all, your property and your money are at stake. For apartment building owners, having a great property manager is crucial to protect your investment – and avoid some nasty headaches. Every investor will have their own specific needs from their PM, but […]

The Basics of the LA Rent Stabilization Ordinance

The Basics of the LA Rent Stabilization Ordinance

  Los Angeles buildings constructed prior to 1978 are subject to the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO), which places stricter regulations on rent payment amounts and evictions. According to the RSO, rents can be increased only one time per year, and by only 3% at a time. Additionally, for tenants residing in the same housing unit […]

The Emerging Single Family Rental Market

The Emerging Single Family Rental Market

  For the past several years, there has been a sharp decline in homeownership across the nation. Decreased home values, lost jobs, stricter mortgage loan requirements and a foreclosure epidemic have all contributed to this trend. Millennials make up the largest generation our country has ever seen, while also being the least likely to enter into […]

China’s Economy & Us

China’s Economy & Us

  As Americans, it’s normal to be fearful of what’s going on in China right now. After all, aren’t they in a similar predicament to the one that we found ourselves in back in 2008? From 2011 to 2014, China’s economy had been on a decline. Near the end of 2014, the government decided to take action. Between […]