Noho’s newest sensation BLU is coming soon!!

An intimate and hip collection of 18, new contemporary single-family homes with roof decks located in a quiet residential NoHo neighborhood just bordering Toluca Lake. Blu is just minutes from Universal City, the NoHo Arts District and Burbank. These architecturally-designed, structurally independent homes feature 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and up to 1,717 square feet of

Mortgage rates higher this week –

The April 18, 2019 Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Survey reported that the 30-year fixed mortgage rate average was 4.17%, up slightly from 4.12% last week. The 15-year fixed was 3.62%, almost unchanged from 3.60% last week. The 5-year ARM was 3.78%, down slightly from 3.80% last week.

Fed Sparks Economic Reacceleration

The economic data coming out of the US this week showed that not only is a recession highly unlikely anytime soon, but the economy is actually reaccelerating from the slowdown seen last fall. Back in October and November, the Fed was very hawkish and suggested that three rate hikes would come in 2019. This caused

New Office Building coming to Woodland Hills

Douglas Emmett will build a three-story office complex within its Trillium office campus in Woodland Hills, according to a Real Deal report. The new Warner Center construction will create a focal point for the real estate developer’s 360,000-square-foot property. The Santa Monica-headquartered company has filed paperwork with the city to replace an existing 67,000-square-foot low-rise

Urgent Care Opens in Woodland hills near Calabasas

The UrgentMED Network has announced the opening of its Woodland Hills Urgent Care location The new facility, which opened March 4, marks the 16th location in Southern California. The walk-in medical clinic offers diagnostic testing and specialized care, as well as surgical and non-surgical procedures including immunizations, vaccinations, injections, breathing treatments, laceration repair, skin biopsy,

L.A. ranks #3 for fastest rising rent

According to a national apartment search website, Los Angeles is #3 among large cities for the fastest growing rent for apartments. The report from RENTCafe.com indicates that the average rent in L.A. increased by 6.6% last year, rising from $2308 to $2461. The top two cities, Las Vegas and Phoenix, rose by 8% and 7.7%