I Moved During Corona – And Survived.

Moving is one of the top-three life stressors: NUMBER 3, just under number 2 divorce, or number 1 –  DEATH! Um, ergo moving is just a number away from DEATH. The stress of moving comes from the many moving parts (pun not intended) of the known to the unknown. From picking a new place, getting your belongings all packed up, and choosing the right people … Continue reading I Moved During Corona – And Survived.

Discovering the Micro Market of Adam’s Hill

ADAM’S HILL I work all over the city; looking at homes and doing deals for my real estate business. Sometimes I discover a wonderful little pocket of the city that goes right through me.  Like it knows me. Like I know it. It’s interesting, usually when I discover one of these areas the lessons I’m unveiling within myself seem to be in sympatico with what’s … Continue reading Discovering the Micro Market of Adam’s Hill

Hawthorne’s Resurrection

Los Angeles has become noticeably more populated and, as things go, rents and purchase prices continue to rapidly go up.  As a result, the urban gentrification ripple has widened it circle. As a realtor, it’s my job to know what’s happening, at what price point, where. As a working mother in real estate, I’m not always able to jump on a plane to an exotic … Continue reading Hawthorne’s Resurrection

Highland Park

HIGHLAND PARK NELA’s (North East of Los Angeles) emerging neighborhoods continue to explode as young singles and families who can now no longer afford more established areas, such as Silverlake, move in. Highland Park, which has been on the scene for a while, persists to be the front and center of what urban-cool gentrification can aspire to. Highland Park sits just west of South Pasadena, … Continue reading Highland Park