If you could live anywhere for a cool one million dollars, where would you choose to live? Taking a peek around the nation, it seems there are all levels of homes available at this remarkable price point. There are so many options for every flavor and season of life. We are so lucky to live in The South Bay where we really have it all. From the breezy beaches to the wooded paths on the hill, some with garden paradises, endless views or perfect kitchens that beg for someone to fill it with local produce. You can truly find what you’re looking for right here!
Wow. Have you noticed how many choices you have this season? Hero or villain. Fantasy or real life. Princess or Knight. Funny or Scary. Pumpkin or maple. Candle or glow stick. Even making your next real estate transaction has a list of things to consider before moving forward. Buyers, sellers and renters alike all have the same question: Where do I start? And that’s where yours truly, your licensed, experienced Realtor® will be your new bestie. Guiding you through the often cobwebbed maze of options in our beloved South Bay area is quite the feat sometimes.
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IT'S OFFICIAL: SALE OF TOYOTA'S TORRANCE CAMPUS GOES TO IRVINE REAL ESTATE DEVELOPER
... Privately held Sares-Regis plans to redevelop the 16 separate parcels using the same approach it employed at the former McDonnell Douglas-Boeing site north of Long Beach Airport.
“That’s the kind of model we like,” said Peter Rooney, president of Sares-Regis’ commercial development division. “We’re hoping to bring a lot of new jobs and companies to the site.”
That would go a long way to offset the loss of the 3,000 jobs Toyota is moving to new headquarters in Plano, Texas.
HOUSING BILLS PASS STATE ASSEMBLY, ADVANCING MEASURES TO ALLEVIATE HOUSING CRISIS
..."This month's report shows that homebuilders are rebounding from the initial shock of the hurricanes," said NAHB Chairman Granger MacDonald, a homebuilder and developer from Kerrville, Texas. "However, builders need to be mindful of long-term repercussions from the storms, such as intensified material price increases and labor shortages."