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Could association health plans be the health care reform brokers need?

Although the national health care reform outlined in the American Health Care Act (AHCA) was pulled from the House of Representatives last week, a less-spotlighted bill that also deals with health care passed -- and will now wend through the Senate before (perhaps) landing on President Trump's desk for a signature...

Sunset District looker asks $995K

First time on the market in over 25 years Here’s another San Francisco gem back on the market for the first time in decades, this one listing today for $995,000 (which is what passes for a modest San Francisco listing in 2017). True, 2301 25th Avenue is not spectacular in scale, offering three beds, one bath, and about 1,400 square feet. Show More Summary

West Hollywood mayor wants a moratorium on new hotels

Could the city end up with too many rooms? West Hollywood Mayor Lauren Meister will call upon the City Council Monday to place a moratorium on hospitality projects, fearing the economic effects of a surplus of hotel rooms, WehovilleShow More Summary

'Inspector Gadget' co-creator Andy Heyward puts Bel-Air home up for sale

Andy Heyward, the producer, writer and chief executive of the entertainment company Genius Brands International, has listed his home in Bel-Air for sale for $10.495 million. Heyward, who co-created the “Inspector Gadget” cartoon series, bought the property from Jay Penske, founder of Penske Media...

Private escape on the California north coast asks $2.9 million

Located in the small coastal town of Albion Billed as the Edge House, this home is just that, a sprawling abode that sits on the edge of the California coast in Albion. Perched high on a rocky promontory just south of Mendocino, this...Show More Summary

Looking to Expand Your MLS Responsibilities? Check Out This great job!

First Multiple Listing Service (FMLS), located in Atlanta, Georgia is seeking a new Chief Operating Officer. Founded by real estate brokers in 1957, First MLS was the first MLS in the state of Georgia.  It has a unique business model which is highly economically beneficial to brokers which creates strong loyalty and commitment. Show More Summary

Crazy Sht In Real Estate Episode 18: Ghostbusters

Ever since dealing with some ghost-hunting clients and selling a haunted house, Colin Cameron has been singing the Ghostbusters theme song big time...

LA is one of the top U.S. cities where millennials want to be

Why? Good jobs and stuff to do Los Angeles ranks sixth on a list of the top 10 U.S. cities where millennials want to live, according to data from That finding was based on an analysis of economic data on the 60 largest U.S. Show More Summary

Trading Spaces returns in 2018: a look back at 7 memorable reveals

The iconic show is getting a reboot The Learning Channel—better known as TLC—just announced that one of its most successful shows will get a reboot. Trading Spaces aired from 2000 to 2008 and introduced the world to a cast and crew that...Show More Summary

75 U.S. mayors won’t enforce climate policy rollback

Cities pledge to double down on climate action in response to an executive order signed by President Donald Trump In an executive order signed yesterday, President Donald Trump proposed sweeping changes to the way the country regulates...Show More Summary

The best and worst states to retire, according to a new study

Based on key factors like cost of living, health care, and weather If you’re the type who dreams about retiring to a little trailer home like this one in Palm Springs, or a community like Margaritaville, a new study lays out other great...Show More Summary

Venture capitalist’s Atherton mansion asks nearly $40 million

Renovated in 2002, this Depression-era home is now taller than new construction legally allows Sometimes seeing how the other half lives can make a person downright dizzy. The towering six-bed, seven-and-two-half-bath mansion at 200Show More Summary

Renovated 1933 Berkeley home seeks $1.09 million

Modern life in the East Bay Located near the gastronomically prized gourmet ghetto area of Berkeley, this circa-1933 home has been extensively remodeled and maintained by the architect who lived here for 20 years. The results are contemporary...Show More Summary

Drones & Real Estate: Taking Marketing to the Skies?

Positioning a home on the real estate market so that it sells quickly relies on a range of carefully selected advertising and marketing tactics. Real estate agents seek out all the latest tools, resources, and strategies to draw more interested buyers to open houses and to call the listed number to schedule showings. Show More Summary

Apartment renovation goes for futuristic with sculptural concrete

Whoa Over in Salzburg, Austria, Vienna-based firm Smartvoll won a competition to redesign the 3,767-square-foot roof space of a former storage shed for military vehicles and boy did they put their mark on the place. Using primarily concrete,...Show More Summary

Council committee rejects appeals from opponents of Downtown’s clock-blocking tower

Some Historic Core residents say it would overshadow the Eastern Columbia Building Opponents of a 27-story residential tower planned for Downtown Los Angeles suffered a major blow Tuesday when the City Council’s Planning and Land Use...Show More Summary

NAR February pending home sales rebound 5.5% over January

Up, down, left and right -- pending home sales made big leaps in February across all major U.S. regions. The National Association of Realtors Pending Home Sales Index, based on contract signings, sprung forward to 112.3 in February, up 5.5 percent from January's...

Cecil B. DeMille estate hits market for $25M

On two green acres in Los Feliz’s gated Laughlin Park Some exciting developments for fans of Old Hollywood this week. For one thing, the venerable Egyptian Theater, where Cecil B. DeMille’s Ten Commandments premiered in 1923, is just about to emerge from a $500,000 renovation and restoration. Show More Summary

Gorgeous 1960 home by pioneering female architect asks $3.5M in San Diego

Edla Muir was known for designing private residences in Southern California Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd loveShow More Summary

Modern glass house sports floating wavy roof

It’s like architectural lasagna The modern architect’s love of clean geometric lines all too often results in a boring glass box of a building. Not so with the quirkily capped Lauriston House in Kyneton, Australia. Sure, its main rectangular volume is standard-issue glass house elegance. Show More Summary

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