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Elle Decor Reports in ‘L.A’s Next Wave’ that LA’s Hip New Neighborhood for ART & DESIGN is Just Around the Corner from Hancock Park
According to Elle Decor’s May Issue …The area around the intersection of Highland Avenue & Santa Monica Blvd is fast evolving into an epicenter for art & design.
A few new residents include:
7000 Romaine Street – the Art Deco Structure that once housed Howard Hughes is now home to Fort Street Studio with silk rugs and Just one Eye, Paolo Russo’s artsy eclectic boutique with high-end fashion, jewelry, art, gifts..
Put in your address and it will list the crimes for the prior week within 500 ft. of your property or within half a mile or 1 mile etc. The type of crime is detailed, the time of the crime and the exact location of the crime.
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Incredible Hancock Park Duplex For Sale. Call me for Details. Works well for Owner/User or Investor with Positive Cash Flow. Very Low Property Taxes due to Mills Act. Call me for more Details on my cell at 323 610-6070.
Linda Hindley on May 3, 2013
Home price changes in February compared with a year earlier: Phoenix +23.0% San Francisco +18.9 Las Vegas +17.6 Atlanta +16.5 Detroit +15.2 Los Angeles +14.1 Minneapolis +12.0 Miami +10.4 San Diego +10.2 Tampa, Fla. +10.0 Denver +9.9 Portland, Ore. +9.4 Seattle +9.3 20-city composite +9.3 Dallas +7.1 Washington, D.C. +6.9 Charlotte, N.C. +6.2 Cleveland +5.3 Boston +5.2 Chicago +5.1 New York +1.9
Source: S&P/Case Shiller Los Angeles Times
LA Times Reports Today ‘High Cost Borrowing is Becoming the New Norm’ with 1 in 4 Using this kind of Financing
High-cost borrowing through payday loans, pawn shops, auto title loans and others is no longer on the margins of U.S. consumer behavior — about 1 in 4 Americans have tapped this kind of financing, new research shows. A new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research finds high-cost lending is now firmly rooted in the American financial system after two decades of strong growth. “High-cost borrowing cannot be considered a ‘fringe’ behavior that is limited to a specific and small segment of the population,” economists Annamaria Lusardi and Carlo de Bassa Scheresberg wrote in their study. “Rather, it is firmly rooted in the American financial system and is common even for households who are generally referred to as ‘middle-class families.’ ” (more…)