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Buyer’s and Seller’s be aware: You can’t back out of an escrow because the direction of the direction the wind is blowing - 05/27/10 04:47 PM
Many of you working with an agent may be led to believe that you can write an offer on a property and always back out. Be careful. When you write an offer to purchase a property, your cancellation of the contract needs to be in “good faith”. When you purchase a property, the reason for backing out does not need to be disclosed to the seller but if they decide to take the matter further, there needs to be a reason specified and permitted under your contingency period. In the California Residential Purchase Contract (RPA), it states on page 5 of (5 comments)
Relocating to Los Angeles to become a Bruin or a Trojan? - 05/22/10 07:57 PM
One of Los Angeles’ top employers is the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and University of Southern California (USC). Many people who come to Los Angeles that are relocating are either students or employees of USC or UCLA, and they want to live close to avoid the nightmare commutes that you often hear about in Southern California. Here are some options if you are going to be a Bruin or a Trojan: Housing options for UCLA: The best areas to live in if you work or study at UCLA depends on your price range. Located right in the middle (0 comments)
Culver City Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan: Making a community more bike friendly - 05/05/10 10:15 PM
After a trip to Paris last year, I marveled at how the City has embraced its Velib bike system. Introduced in July 2007, it is a short-term bike rental program. Designed and created by outdoor advertising giant JCDecaux, the program includes 20,600 rental bikes at 1,451 stations throughout the city, providing an inexpensive, convenient way for people to use bikes for short trips. I don't know if this program is coming to a city near you, but included in this program is an extensive segment of bike lanes. One could learn from the Parisians. In an effort to make the Los (2 comments)
Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright Homes - 05/04/10 08:38 PM
Searching for some architectural inspiration? Why not spend you Saturday looking at three of the stunning homes of architect Lloyd Wright's homes, son of Frank Lloyd Wright on May 8th, 2010 in Los Angeles from 10am to 4pm. The homes featured on the tour will be the Sowden House in Los Feliz, the Derby House in Glendale and the Gainsburg House in La Cañada Flintridge.Tickets for the tour are $15-$25. Order online or call (626) 793-3334, Ext. 52.
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