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  • If you tell your lender you'll occupy home, do it

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: Can you list any court cases where HUD has prosecuted/filed suit against buyers of HUD houses under the owner-occupant program or where the owners of a HUD house have filed suit to be released from HUD's...
  • Is Jennifer Aniston Pulling an Ellen De Generes?

    YOUR MAMA'S NOTES: Your Mama hears from Our Fairy Godmother in Bel Air -- and from Peter Propertyseller -- that sitcom superstar turned rom-com staple Jennifer Aniston allows a couple of the Platinum Triangle's most prominent real estate agents to present...
  • An uncertain future for a grace note in the urban streetscape

    An uncertain future for a grace note in the urban streetscape
    I asked the gangbangers of Highland Park to stay away from the Jesus wall. That was 15 years ago. I never had to ask again. Anyone who commutes on the Arroyo Seco Parkway knows the wall I'm talking about — the long stucco shed on the west side...
  • Onetime home of singer Burl Ives is for sale in Montecito

    Onetime home of singer Burl Ives is for sale in Montecito
    A Montecito estate once owned by an industrial heiress and, later, folk singer Burl Ives is on the market at $16.98 million. The park-like grounds encompass 4.5 acres dotted with stately palms, mature oaks and pine trees. Set behind iron gates is a...
  • $45-million mansion enters L.A.'s spec-built market

    $45-million mansion enters L.A.'s spec-built market
    A red Ferrari Berlinetta, women in little black dresses passing hot and cold hors d'oeuvres, a violinist, a saxophone player and reality show stars – such were the trappings of a recent private event to market a newly built home priced at $45...
  • Historic Patio Theater in Portage Park is for sale

    Historic Patio Theater in Portage Park is for sale
    The Patio Theater in Portage Park is for sale, according to Demetri Kouvalis, who rehabbed the venue three years ago.  Built in 1927, the movie theater has been in Kouvalis’ family since 1987. Closed since May due to a broken air conditioner,...
  • Retail matchmaker service Storefront launches in Chicago

    Retail matchmaker service Storefront launches in Chicago
    Storefront, which calls itself “the Airbnb of retail spaces,” launched in Chicago Tuesday to help connect retailers, designers and artists seeking pop-ups spaces with available short-term leases. It is the fourth city for the San Francisco-...
  • Southland housing market may finally be getting back to normal

    Southland housing market may finally be getting back to normal
    The housing recovery looks to be losing steam. But that may not be a bad thing. In the latest sign of a market that's plateauing well below its past highs, home prices in Southern California grew at their slowest pace in two years in June, capping a...
  • Exemption on gain from home sale not affected by fate of property

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: We've been offered enough money to pay off our current mortgage and net $250,000 cash from a developer who is assembling acreage to build townhomes. Will we be subject to taxes because it's not a sale where someone...
  • Real estate notebook: Discount brokerage planned for South Florida

    Real estate notebook: Discount brokerage planned for South Florida
    Two entrepreneurs say they're preparing to launch a new discount real estate listing service for Palm Beach and Broward counties. Tony Gibbons and Greg Sullivan expect to open ByOwner.com in Boca Raton in the next 45 days. The firm is not related to...
  • Is buyer or seller responsible for hail damage before closing?

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I just recently bought a house only to find out I have $16,000 worth of hail damage on my roof. Apparently there was a big hail storm on the weekend between inspection and closing. I was moving from out of state and...