The Real Deal LA’s fall issue is hitting newsstands soon

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Oct.October 05, 2017 01:35 PM

The Real Deal Los Angeles‘ fall magazine is set to hit newsstands this October!

The upcoming issue is packed with the most important industry news and insider information, including a look inside the world of residential broker coaching and foreign investment in L.A. real estate. The October magazine will also look at the top commercial brokerages doing business in the San Fernando Valley, as well the city’s industrial boom — currently the most in-demand sector of the commercial market.

You can receive your copy by subscribing to The Real Deal Los Angeles. Click here to read the July issue, featuring a profile of Tom Barrack, a look at Compass and Douglas Elliman’s respective forays into the L.A. market and more.

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