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With the official beginning of the spring market underway, there are a lot of questions in the minds of prospective buyers and sellers.  Between record-breaking gas prices, the invasion of Ukraine, and a housing market that has been ablaze for almost two years straight, many potential buyers and sellers… Read More

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Omicron, Inflation, and Rising Interest Rates…OH MY! Heading into the final stretch of 2021, there were three of the big buzzwords heard across the US. Not coincidentally, this was due to an actual rise in all three.  First, there was Omicron... Read More

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SoFi Stadium Opens to Fans While Billionaires Travel to Space As we finished up the second half of summer and settled into fall, there was plenty happening around our city and country.  Finally, after a year’s delay, fans were allowed into Sofi Stadium... Read More

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The Unmasking & Reopening of the Country, the COVID Delta Variant, and a Return to 2020? The biggest news of the second quarter would be the CDC, state, and local government’s lifting of the COVID restrictions which had been in place since April 2020... Read More

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A New President, a Vaccine Rollout, and. Record-Breaking Real Estate Market 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... Read More

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