Inglewood is looking to add an elevated tram, known as a “People Mover”, to its multibillion dollar infrastructure make-over. The tram, which would run just under… Read More »City officials looking to connect Stadium to Downtown Inglewood
Written by Jaymi Naciri, Realty Times Want to buy a house but short on cash to get the deal done? It’s a common problem that… Read More »How To Get Free Money Or Make Easy Money For Your Down Payment
As first reported by the New York Times, the Treasury Department released proposed guidelines for the new Opportunity Zone program. An unheralded part of the… Read More »U.S. Treasury Releases Guidelines for Opportunity Zones
On November 6, 2018, California voters will head to the polls to cast their votes in arguably one of the most important mid-term elections in… Read More »For Better or Worse: Voters must decide on Prop 10
Written by David Reed, Realty Times If you run across someone who owns multiple rental properties, it’s very possible that individual never intended to own… Read More »Buying a Rental Property? Here’s What You Can Expect
A 49-unit permanent supportive housing complex is planned for South Los Angeles as the city continues to find ways to encourage more affordable housing.
D’Artagnan Scorza, with Uplift Inglewood, walks with former Sen. Barbara Boxer on Doty Avenue.
“Mr. Ballmer: Enjoy your team—but do not build your arena here.”
A coalition of activists in Inglewood did turn in nearly 14,000 signatures—but more than half were found to be invalid, according to Inglewood City Clerk… Read More »Long Beach, Pasadena, and Inglewood will not pass rent control
According to a recent article by Urbanize LA’s Steven Sharp, a new 50-unit affordable housing development is currently under development just south of Adams Boulevard. The $23-million… Read More »Senior Affordable Housing Unwrapped on Crenshaw