Welcome to the Single Lady Estates® podcast the show for women homeowners living their best lives. My name is Bobbie Wasserman and as the founder of Single Lady Estates, our mission is to serve and celebrate women homeowners by empowering them with information in an entertaining and engaging way. All within a safe community space. […]
If your mother came of age in the late 1950s or early 1960s it was the societal norm to marry around the age of 18-21. You moved from your parent’s house to your marital home. For our mothers (or us!) that came of age a generation later, in the 1970s or 80s, we still tended […]
There were rules to flipping houses, and buying a flip, before the pandemic and the post-pandemic housing market is creating new rules you really cannot afford to ignore.
A home’s plumbing is usually second thought as long as the toilets flush and the shower flow is strong. Yet, replacing pipes can be a really expensive proposition, so you want to be sure to get a plumbing inspection – either from a plumber directly, or ensure your home inspector understands a home’s plumbing system.
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For the past few years, legislators have grappled with new ways of addressing the California housing affordability crisis, which basically boils down to the need for more housing units.
Residents have complained for, well, decades, about the state of San Miguel Street in Woodland Hills. A winding stretch of the road has not been paved since 1937. A winding stretch of the road has not been paved since 1937.
The City Council voted Wednesday, Feb. 27, to address a bureaucratic oddity that has left hundreds of Los Angeles streets unpaved for up to eight decades, including streets in the San Fernando Valley.
Hundreds of streets throughout Los Angeles that were deemed “non-public” as many as 80 years ago due to a lack of funds.