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An ADU is a secondary dwelling unit with complete, independent living facilities for one or more persons and generally takes three forms:   Detached: The unit is separated from the primary structure   Attached: The unit is attached to the primary structure   Repurposed Existing Space: Space (e.g., master bedroom) within the primary residence, Read More

Summer is a season of pool parties, barbeques, and enjoying time with loved ones.  It is also a red hot season for buying and selling homes.  Below we’ll discuss the pros and cons of listing your home during this prominent real estate season.  Pros You Will Have an Abundance of Showings: With more hours, Read More

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, people are working from home to ensure safety and to prioritize the health of themselves and their peers.  Even though we are conducting business from home, that doesn’t mean efficiency and productivity need to be sacrificed.  In fact, studies have shown that the quiet home environment allows people who, Read More

With the economic uncertainty that arose due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was expected that remodeling projects and housing changes would decline drastically.  However, people who have been working from home and have accessible income may be pondering the idea of renovations to increase home functionality.  To effectively conduct a renovation, one must contact, Read More

Colleges in California are still deciding how they are going to pursue the upcoming school year.  Whether they’ll be open to the public, closed, or partially available for classes, it’s anyone’s guess.  These undecided details place extra stress on students who are searching for shelter options.  Below we’ll discuss how to handle your student, Read More

With the coronavirus rampage seeing a spike in cases, California Governor Gavin Newsom proclaimed that local governments have the authority to suspend renter eviction through September 30th.  Los Angeles County extended their local moratorium on evictions through at least July 30th for commercial and residential tenants.  Under the L.A. County eviction suspension, residential tenants, Read More

In today’s society, environmental ignorance is disappearing, and the importance of sustainability is emerging.  In the last 12 years, the amount of apartments that are designed to be more sustainable has grown by 300%.  Environmentally-friendly homes focus on improving energy efficiency and promoting wellness, but finding one you approve of can be confusing if, Read More

L.A. City Council passed a one-hundred million dollar program to provide financial aid to the thousands of families that have been hurt during this pandemic.  Up to $2,000 in rental assistance for low income households will be provided.  The Los Angeles County unemployment rate rose to a staggering 21%, and although this is an, Read More

The Real Estate industry can be intimidating to first-time homebuyers, especially when they begin the preapproval and prequalification process.  Below we’ll refute the most popular credit myths in today’s real estate market. Myth #1: Closing an Old Account Will Help Your Credit  This is a very common misconception about credit impact.  Lenders mainly review, Read More