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A New President, a Vaccine Rollout, and. Record-Breaking Real Estate Market Ninety days into 2021 and it has already been a year of change.  On January 20th, we inaugurated America’s 46th President of the United States, Joseph R. Biden.  With a different style, focus, and agenda, we are 4… Read More

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LA HOUSING BUBBLE? Three months into the new year, 2021 has been anything but boring.  On January 6th, we all witnessed an insurrection on our nation’s Capitol, and 14 days later, we inaugurated our 46th President of the United States. All the while, the real estate market in… Read More

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When will the U.S. economy get back on track following coronavirus shock? Watch for these 5 signs Not all recessions are created equally. Neither are the recoveries — and the biggest financial fear is that the current economic slump will persist years after the coronavirus is contained. Economists often say… Read More

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No Sports, George Floyd, and Social Equality We are officially half-way through the year, and 2020 continues to outdo itself.  Just when we thought the death of Kobe Bryant and arrival of Coronavirus would be more than enough for any 12-month period, over the last three months we have… Read More

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What is Juneteenth? The Celebration of Juneteenth is marked to commemorate the day the last slaves in America found out they had been freed.  After almost two years of a bloody Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation into law on January 1, 1863.  The… Read More

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An Unpredictable First Three Months of 2020 It would be impossible to fully describe the first three months of 2020, and yet, if I had to choose one word it would most likely be “unprecedented”.  From the loss of Kobe Bryant to Coronavirus, the first 90 days of… Read More

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African-Americans and Coronavirus As Coronavirus continues to affect the lives of every person in this country in some way, shape or form, recently released data by the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) is showing some disturbing trends amongst African-Americans and Coronavirus. Sounding the Alarm What the data… Read More

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The Stress and Burden of Coronavirus If you are reading this, you have most likely been affected by the recent Coronavirus outbreak.  Phrases like Shelter in Place, Self-isolation and Social Distancing, have become as common as searching Google on an iPhone over the last couple of weeks.  This sudden and… Read More

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Black History Month Spotlight: Paul Williams, Architect, AIA No Black History Month spotlight would be complete without taking a look at one of the most prolific and enduringly popular architects in LA’s history, Paul Williams. His Childhood Years Paul Revere Williams was born on February 18th, 1894 in Los Angeles… Read More

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The History of MLK Day Monday, January 20, 2020, will mark the 35th anniversary of celebrating MLK Day in the US.  Over the years this holiday has become as familiar and recognized as other annual national holidays like President’s Day and Columbus Day and yet, not many can recall the… Read More

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