Coming Soon: The Real Deal Los Angeles’ Winter 2020 issue!

TRD SoCal’s first issue of the new year goes live on January 30th

Jan.January 22, 2020 02:00 PM
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Get ready for The Real Deal LA’s winter edition, which will be available to subscribers on our website on January 30th and on doorsteps that week. The issue will feature a round-up of the biggest residential and commercial deals of 2019, an exclusive peek inside the work and life of one of LA’s top (and currently embattled) developers Mohamed Hadid and more, including:

The top developers in L.A. county

  • A look at Eastdil Secured’s strategy for global expansion
  • Inside NAR’s pocket listings ruling: how local brokers are adapting to tightened restrictions
  • Is L.A. undervalued? The changing landscape for institutional investors in L.A.
  • The apps brokers can’t live without

Check back soon to get the first look at our in-depth coverage of the LA markets, and make sure you don’t miss the latest news on the real estate scene by grabbing a TRD subscription and signing up for our daily news alerts.

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