Buyers in some markets are offering hundreds of thousands of dollars over asking prices — and still losing bidding wars. 'Normally there's 13, maybe up to 20 offers. But 39 is bonkers.'
by Jim Dalrymple II Aug 14
Some open houses already saw cancelations and declining attendance last week. That's likely to be a growing trend in the coming weeks
by Jim Dalrymple II Mar 16
California is a patchwork of regulations when it comes to short-term rentals, but real estate professionals on the front lines are already seeing impacts in the market
by Jim Dalrymple II Nov 12
The luxury real estate market is highly competitive, but agents who harness technology, the media and their own social networks for marketing can make fortunes
by Jim Dalrymple II Oct 15
WSA Real Estate operates in the tony western half of Los Angeles. Team members are now decamping for Compass, which isn't acquiring the entity itself but its entire workforce
by Jim Dalrymple II May 21
'I'm using it as symbolism' for the level of dedication and attention to details that customers can expect, says Troy Palmquist
by Amber Taufen Jun 22
Zumper report finds one-bedroom rents in Congress Central and Central Alameda more affordable
by Inman Oct 5
Former Douglas Elliman executive joins Los Angeles real estate firm
by Britt Chester Sep 27
Buyers can get heaps of sun without the sand off Santa Monica Boulevard
by Britt Chester Sep 23
Yet another way to meet clients on the face-to-face level.
by Britt Chester Sep 21
Silver Lake condos available for nearly half the price of a single-family home
by Inman Jul 27
Zumper report finds one-bedroom rents in Congress West, Pico Union and Glassell Park more affordable
by Inman Jul 19
Gorgeous views of Santa Monica Bay
by Inman Jun 9
A "juxtaposition of old and new"
by Inman May 19
Average rents below $2,000 primarily reserved for Antelope Valley homes
by Erik Pisor Apr 28