The Real Deal LA’s fall issue is live!

Oct.October 30, 2019 12:34 PM
 

Our fall issue is live! Check out all of the stories, available to subscribers here.

Here’s a look at few of the highlights:

While traditional studios like Paramount and Disney are sitting on acres of sound stages and offices that they own, Netflix, Amazon and Apple TV+ are scrambling to lease up what’s left. In this edition’s cover story, staff reporter Matthew Blake explores what the streamers want from developers.

Also in the issue, we have gruesomely fascinating look at how brokers fix up and market properties with macabre histories. Reporter Georgia Kromrei delves into the battle being waged at the city and state levels over rent regulations. And our crack research team analyzes the resale prices of luxury condos to see just how much room for growth there is in the local vertical market

In our closing interview, Southern California president of Coldwell Banker Jamie Duran discusses plans for the brokerage and why she starts every day with this affirmation: “I am strong, I am healthy, I am happy and I’m going to have a great day.”  Try it out and maybe you’ll be heading up a brokerage soon.

Enjoy the issue!


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