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  • Los Angeles firm buys 14 apartment complexes for $482 million

    Los Angeles firm buys 14 apartment complexes for $482 million
    With the region’s apartment market thriving, a Los Angeles investment firm has acquired a 14-property portfolio for $482 million in one of the largest multifamily asset purchases in Southern California in two decades. TruAmerica Multifamily, in...
  • Robert Sherman estate in Beverly Hills tops week's sales

    Robert Sherman estate in Beverly Hills tops week's sales
    An Oscar-worthy Hollywood Regency, Elton Brand’s one-time Hollywood Hills home and a pair of pedigreed properties in Hancock Park were among the most expensive sales in the greater Los Angeles area this last week. $9.4 million, Beverly Hills The...
  • Long-delayed seaside home project in San Clemente gets back on track

    Long-delayed seaside home project in San Clemente gets back on track
    For years it has sat half-finished with paved roads and sidewalks leading to empty lots where million-dollar homes were supposed to look over one of the region's most prized coastlines. The interrupted development in San Clemente eventually became a...
  • Carter firm buys 8 housing properties

    Carter firm buys 8 housing properties
    Daryl Carter, founder of Avanath Capital Management LLC, closed on eight affordable housing properties, including Cypress Club in Orlando. The real estate investment management group purchased 1,700 units, with sites in Naples, New York, California, and...
  • Exterior replacement projects offer best bang for buck

    Exterior replacement projects offer best bang for buck
    Remodeling a home this year may not pack quite the punch it has during the past few years. While costs for the work have continued to increase, the payback in terms of home appreciation isn't as great, according to real estate agents who helped...
  • Inland American shareholders back board; union calls for asset distribution

    A union that represents hotel workers continued its campaign against Inland American Real Estate Trust on Tuesday even as investors overwhelmingly backed management at the Oak Brook-based company's recent shareholder meeting. Inland American, in a...
  • Business tenants face I-4 commercial real estate shuffle in 2015

    Business tenants face I-4 commercial real estate shuffle in 2015
    About a half century after Interstate 4 reshaped the way Orlando does business, real estate experts say the highway's upcoming seven-year redo will drive another round of logistics changes. Staging work has started for the $2.3 billion makeover, which...
  • Orlando agents seek out best real estate home search

    Orlando agents seek out best real estate home search
    Real estate agents in Orlando, a market reliant on long-distance buyers, are paying close attention to recent shakeups among leading house-hunting search engines. The fallout from Rupert Murdoch's recent acquisition of industry-favorite Realtor.com...
  • Quake insurance is needed both for the association and condos

    Question: As a board of directors, we investigated various earthquake insurance policies and found that a policy with a 20% deductible amounts to about $16,000 annually in premiums. That increases our monthly dues by at least $70. The board proposes to...
  • City Center wants property tax bill cut on two downtown buildings

    City Center wants property tax bill cut on two downtown buildings
    While touting the millions it is investing in Allentown's resurgence, City Center Investment Corp. has gone to Lehigh County Court to reduce the property tax bills on two of its newly opened office buildings in downtown Allentown, saying they've been...
  • Montecito poised to decide on a modern version of Miramar Hotel

    Montecito poised to decide on a modern version of Miramar Hotel
    When Michael Chenoweth was growing up in Pasadena, his parents would load him and his four younger siblings into the car and head north on Highway 101 to spend long weekends at the Miramar Hotel. The kids would frolic in the surf, tease the sharp-eyed...