Simply put real estate is the property, land, buildings, air rights above the land and underground rights below the land. The term real estate means real, or physical, property. Within the real estate umbrella there are 4 defining categories, knowing the difference may help you to succeed in your real estate investments.
The Covid-19 pandemic altered how people feel and interact with real estate. The majority of the workforce shifted from commuting into busy offices to working remotely from home. This led to a trend of people leaving crowded cities to look for homes with a backyard, office space, more overall square footage. The transition from cities to neighborhoods greatly influenced the Los Angeles real estate market.
When you are looking to buy property, you may ask yourself, "How do I know I’m getting a fair deal?"
Brentwood is a quiet, upscale neighborhood on the Westside. Tree-lined streets with well-tended homes in a range of architectural styles stretch up into the hills. The main artery, San Vicente Boulevard, features classy Italian eateries and warm cafes, plus the historic Brentwood County Mart, a family-friendly retail hub. Real estate in this area is more elusive than ever. Our team has three striking listings currently available in this neighborhood.
People are drawn to different designs and certain trends fall in and out of style, but modern architecture has captivated the home buyer for over a decade.
Honored to join the hosts of Weekend Sunrise in Australia to talk about the wild behaviors of the Los Angeles real estate market. Watch the full interview below.
Buying a home is an incredibly exciting and potentially stressful moment in most people's lives. If you're buying your first home or your third, the process generally remains the same. Below is a list of helpful tips to make sure you have in order before you start the home buying process.
Billionaire Steve Wynn’s 90210 trophy estate is now available for $110M.
This week marks the 1 year anniversary of the tragic loss of Hall-of-Fame basketball player and iconic leader Kobe Bryant. He was not only an inspiration on the court, but a true leader in so many ways. Here are some valuable lessons learned from Kobe that can be specifically applied to the real estate market.
Named for legendary tennis player Bjorn Borg, it was all but a given that Bjorn Farrugia would pursue the sport. Originally posted on Forbes.com click her to read on Forbes. written by: Neal Leitereg - Contributor Forbes Global Properties Contributor Group Forbes Global Properties