Glamping

Hey everyone! I hope everyone is having a great Memorial Day Weekend! Check out this sweet article from Curbed on “Glamping”: Click here for the 11 best Glamping resorts in the U.S! If we’re honest, not all of us are into sleeping outside or the bugs… in fact, there’s a few of us that would … Continued

LA spots favored by famous authors!

First off, Happy Mother’s Day to all those moms out there who do everything and anything! You all deserve an amazing Sunday spent well and with family and friends 🌸💕 With that, below is a quick article on LA spots favored by famous authors! Click here to find out what famous authors love in LA! … Continued

Bringing LA’s great architecture to the masses

Good evening everyone! Hope everyone had another awesome week! Check out this great article about Frances Anderton, a brilliant radio show host about why great architecture matters more than ever in Los Angeles, CA: Click here to read more! Have a great and relaxing weekend everyone! Be sure to check in with our instagram page … Continued

Studio Gang unveils it’s first LA project

Good morning everyone! Happy Friday and I hope you all had a wonderful week! Take a look at this article by Curbed, discussing Studi Gang’s unveiling of it’s first LA project: a wavy, 26-foot tower in Chinatown: Click here to read more! The slim, curving tower “would hold 300 apartments, 149 hotel rooms, shops, and … Continued

26 Things to Do in LA

I hope everyone had a great week this week! As spring comes into full bloom, check out this awesome article/pocket guide on 26 things to do in LA by Curbed: https://la.curbed.com/maps/things-to-do-los-angeles-getty “Welcome to Curbed LA’s pocket guide, a map of 26 essential things to do in Los Angeles, curated by our editors. We update this … Continued

Finding architectural solutions to LA’s homelessness crisis

“For close to 100 years, Los Angeles has been a haven of architectural innovation and ingenuity. For even longer, it’s been home to countless residents living without a roof over their heads on a given night. With homelessness in the city reaching epidemic levels, it’s fair to ask whether the many creative architects and builders … Continued

Millennials Drive Demand for Multi-Family Property in Southern CA

According to the annual USC Casden Real Estate Economics Forecast released earlier this month, millennials entering their late twenties and early thirties, will have a major impact on the demand for multi-family properties in California over the next two years.   The report also predicts that average rents in Los Angeles County will hit $2304 in 2018.  LA … Continued

Natural Disasters – Tips for Homeowners

As of the writing of this post – an estimated 30,000 to 40,000 homes have been destroyed in the Houston area as a result of Hurricane Harvey, the deadly tropical storm that just won’t let up and continues to pummel the Gulf Coast with torrential rains, flooding and wind gusts that have been measured as … Continued

Nobody Walks in LA…We Beg to Differ

There’s a solid misconception about Los Angelenos – that was only further reinforced by an 80’s hit (from the LA-based band, Missing Persons), that  “nobody walks in L.A.“.  When sizing up our own listings, and the areas of Los Angeles that The Sunset Team specialize in, we beg to differ.   It really comes down to the classic real-estate aphorism when … Continued