If you think realtors have a tendency to treat you poorly, you should see how we treat each other.
What percentage of buyers today are going online to start or support their search for homes? 85% to 90% of them.
Buyers know fair market value, and it is certainly not the price being offered most of the time, which causes our current stalemate. So when will this climate change?
Last month I took the TV show Open House LA on a tour of my home to share a little bit about my design process.
Before you dive in with the first person you meet at an open house simply because you think they're "nice," it's a good idea to stop and think.
We had the honor of celebrating with Barclay Butera at his fabulous new namesake store.
When it comes to speaking with our sellers about the value of their homes, oftentimes sellers crave hearing what they want hear, not what they need to hear.
"I plan to force sea mammals -- small whales, dolphins, sea lions -- to conform to my strict design aesthetic," deadpans architect David Hertz. Then he laughs. He's kidding. Well, sort of.
Perhaps the N-word Dr. Laura might now wish to address is "Narcissism."
Unfortunately, the data available to the LA Times reflects only teacher performance as it relates to standardized test scores and not to the development of social and emotional competencies.
I'd like to thank Modern Family star Ed O'Neill for buying the home of Good Wife star Julianna Margulies, a property that has been on the market for what feels like a century.
Who needs the albatross of a 15,000-square-foot Bel Air mansion hanging over your head? Not Hugh Hefner's ex-girlfriend.
There are neighborhood meditation groups springing up all over, offering the opportunity for a unique and often profound connection among friends, neighbors and, yes, strangers.
Access to Trestles, one of North America's most celebrated waves, is under threat due to safety and environmental concerns.
If a city has a way of raising money to support its schools and sustainability education, a city ought to do it. That's our position. Do something. That's our motto.
No man is an island. Surely you want to be linked up with neighbors in case of emergencies like earthquakes and fires. That way, when the crisis is over, you can return to your hermetic ways in one piece.