TRD LA’s fall issue will be available to subscribers this Friday!

How Opportunity Zones could impact the industry, real estate heads to the ballot box & more

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Oct.October 17, 2018 01:00 PM
Digital subscribers will get an exclusive first look at the new issue

The Real Deal LA’s fall 2018 issue is almost here, and it’s jam-packed with juicy stories and rankings.

Next week, digital subscribers will get first dibs on reading the magazine, including our examination of what Opportunity Zones could mean for Los Angeles developers, our look at how Election Day could impact the industry and a peek behind the curtains at all the consolidation among residential brokerages.

The issue also features a ranking of top hotel trades, a piece tracking the brokerages who have seen the most turnover and plenty more.

Not a subscriber? Don’t miss out — subscribe now for early access to the magazine.


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