As the average rental in Downtown Los Angeles lofts and condos passes the $3,150 mark ($2,800 median rent), renters who are looking for an awesome loft and a good deal often see places that they like online, and then cannot get in to see the place, cannot reach anyone or lose the coolest rental to another renter. Renters looking under $3,000 are often ignored. But, no more! Instead of being forgotten, these renters can instead get treated like million dollar home buyers. Fortunately, there’s a new Upgrade Service that allows renters to get better, faster access to ALL of the lofts, condos and apartments that match their criteria from ALL of the landlords, managers and real estate companies. #dtla
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2018 Make a Billion Dollars in Downtown Los Angeles Real Estate
Today, after more than $12 billion of new investment and renovation, the glimmering luster of DTLA is once again shining through. The revitalization of Downtown is a powerful reminder that we can truly accomplish anything, as we are only limited by our own motivation. We are empowered by our ability to believe. Place that motivation into action with lessons on how to make a billion dollars in real estate. #dtla #investment #millsact
Downtown is the place to do it: The Los Angeles Metro rail system, along with the new home-building power of the Los Angeles Adaptive Re-Use Ordinance, gave a huge boost of momentum to Downtown’s rebirth. Downtown has also benefited from taking advantage of the nationwide trend toward urbanization.
Along with ambitious plans, hard work and determination, thousands of fortunate, brave and savvy Downtown homeowners have gained hundreds of thousands of dollars of equity due to their foresight and willingness to take risks. Downtown has more than doubled in size since 2000. The dramatic profit opportunities have just begun.
Now that the Downtown real estate has stabilized with a massive infrastructural boost behind it, recent annual home price gains have also been stable for several years. Fortune continues to favor the bold while the nay-sayers lose out and the scaredy-cats are got left in the dust. The L.A. Loft Blog has helped countless Downtowners to make extreme gains in personal wealth for the last 6 years. After 2017’s extra huge run-up of stocks, bitcoin, home prices and other assets, it is time to plan for a coming plateau or downturn by liquidating some of the riskiest assets and holding plenty of cash and precious metals. This may be the last long term cycle to load up on cash as fiat currency will eventually suffer a shocking collapse, losing to decentralized cryptocurrencies
Because homeowners are doing so well with their Downtown real estate investments, it’s difficult to find bargains these days. But they do exist! Investors and would-be Downtowners can get a free list of Downtown distressed properties at http://www.DowntownLAForeclosures.com. Home buyers can also take out some of the risk with a Buyer Savings Guarantee, or Downtown buyers can reduce the risk on the investment with the Love Your Loft Guarantee. Home sellers and buyers can find out what the loft down the street sold for at www.LALoftPrice.com.
Massive research combined with creativity has long been the key to making the most of Downtown during hard times, and new thinking is also the key to capitalizing on its current boom. Artists have for decades turned ugly, nearly abandoned buildings into beautiful live-work spaces using artistry and ingenuity instead of cash. The L.A. Loft Blog recently proclaimed that Downtown Los Angeles has made the transition from economical barrio to luxury neighborhood. Now that the gravy train has arrived (and unfortunately pushed out many starving artists), Downtown is gaining a more wealthy crowd of creatives. The next steps and next opportunities in Downtown are to complete the transition by transforming the remaining poverty-stricken parts of Downtown (namely Skid Row), maximizing the opportunities and adding lots of polish to the new creation.
There are still some underpriced Mills Act homes in Downtown Los Angeles that offer big property tax benefits for helping to maintain beautiful historic buildings. Get a free list of Mills Act lofts. Fill out the online form:
The L.A. Loft Blog gave super profitable investment suggestions in 2017, including real estate, Bitcoin and stocks. This year, however, is different. Stocks are frothy at the beginning of 2018. With this kind of potential irrational exuberance, stock investors should be extra cautious. In fact, at this point in the long term economic cycle, there is likely to be more profit in shorting stocks as crash pressure is now building up to dangerous levels as indicated by stock market price to income ratio, long-term cycle length and employment levels as a lagging indicator. It’s a great time to think about selling some stock after the recent huge run-up. After a crash will be an ideal time to purchase stocks that benefits from the coming dominance of AI Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Quantum Computers and Robotics. These will be companies like Applied Materials, Boston Dynamics. D-Wave, IBM, and Google. Seek out smaller start-up versions of similar companies for even more explosive growth and profit.
There’s no need to risk buying a bad deal. By gaining built-in savings with lower property taxes, Downtown loft owners are enjoying all of the benefits of our great urban renaissance while living in wonderfully modernized old buildings of historic character, high ceilings that pay back many thousands of dollars of financial benefits. Get a free list of Mills Act lofts. Fill out the online form:
As tax laws have changed at the beginning of this year, the L.A. Loft Blog presents this article to help homeowners, buyers and sellers to gain a basic understand the changes, and to minimize any drawbacks while taking full advantage of the financial benefits of the new rules. While different items such as exemptions and deductions have gone up or down for various people, this post will focus on taxes that relate to L.A., CA real estate. For Downtown LA, owners of historic lofts continue to receive financial benefits through the Mills Act property tax law. #taxreform #taxes #2018
Taxes depend on several factors such as whether the homeowners are single or married, and whether they meet several IRS rules. The first $250,000 of profit is usually tax free for single ($500,000 for married). Several factors may be taken into consideration such as property improvements and expenses. If it is not the property owners primary residence, they might be able to do a 1031 exchange when selling and buying a similar property. #millsact
Contact a tax professional, such as a CPA Miklos Ringbauer, or there are also some highly rated Downtown real estate tax professionals such as:
Pinnacle Tax Services – Tax Services, Accountants, Financial Advising
520 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90071 (877) 224-0217
Buchalter – Bankruptcy Law, Real Estate Law, Tax Law
1000 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 891-0700
Mills Act Tax Benefits
It sounds almost too good to be true to get paid to live in an artistic landmark and architectural masterpiece. But it is a fact. Many DTLA homeowners report savings of several thousand dollars per year off of their property taxes thanks to their amazing old building. For helping to maintain the original look and character of the structure, homeowners have been getting up to 2/3 off of annual property taxes.
In addition to the amazing uplifting character of high ceilings and unique details, the Mills Act provides a great financial advantage for buyers and owners of approved historic loft condominium units, some of the most beautiful buildings in Downtown Los Angeles.
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When it comes to Downtown Los Angeles, the uniqueness of commercial and industrial conversions brings awesomeness and stylish character that ordinary homes cannot deliver. Because they are different, there is definitely a right way, a wrong way — and then there is the loft way. #dtla #lofts #subway
Live/work lofts are basically just large empty boxes that are waiting for someone to add their personal touches such as furniture, decor and love. Because they built for permanent heavy duty use, and approved for live-work under the City of Los Angeles Adaptive Re-Use Ordinance, DTLA lofts are ready for just about anything that a creative mind needs for enjoying life and productivity. When it comes to furnishing a loft, there is no right way, and no wrong way. The loft way provides for the fullest range of possibilities.
Take SB Grand Building for instance with its Metro subway station entrance right next door, it makes for profits and posh lifestyles as the historic structure efficiency combines with rapidly increasing community amenities such as Pershing Square, in addition to the countless walkable shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment venues to provide endless possibilities for the richest urban lifestyle with every form of fast and efficient transportation.
Get a free list of New Lofts for live and work in Downtown Los Angeles. Get on the New Lofts Interest List. Fill out the online form:
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Enjoy Downtown life in a spacious historic open floor plan. Modern open loft with fantastic NYC-like character on Broadway and Historic Core. Private balcony facing original brick courtyard. Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Wood floors. Washer and dryer in unit. Large soaking bath tub. Open and airy living space with high ceilings, A/C and heat. Excellent downtown location near Farmers Market, Grand Central market. Minutes to Whole Foods, Ralph’s and great shopping and dining. The building features 24-hr security front desk concierge, rooftop sun deck, swimming pool and hot tub spa with panoramic views of the Downtown Los Angeles skyline, fitness room gym. Wired for cable and Internet. Low HOA dues. Pets okay. Great for Downtown live/work! Parking in building available. By Metro station, Pershing Square concerts in Summer and ice skating Winter. Stroll through the renaissance of Broadway, with coming street car as part of the Bringing Back Broadway project. This is the lowest price per square foot on a spacious Downtown L.A. loft. Corey (213) 880-9910.
The best deals can be hard to find. Many prospective Downtown home buyers are not aware that the best buys are not on the internet, and not listed on the MLS. These unlisted lofts and condos are called pocket listings or off-market homes. Sometimes up to half of the best deals are purchased privately and not on the market.
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Lofts For Sale and For Lease by ZIP Code and Locations Around L.A.
Live/work lofts tend to be located in converted commercial, industrial and historic buildings that were originally all work buildings that once had no residential use. Today, they have been turned into residential buildings under the Los Angeles Adaptive Re-Use Ordinance that allows for living and working in the same condominium or loft apartment rental unit. #dtla #lofts #map
In Southern California, these buildings tend to be clustered in dense urban areas such as Downtown Los Angeles, with some also in other metropolitan areas like Hollywood, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Long Beach, Anaheim, Santa Ana and of course San Diego.
Here are some maps and other resources to help find lofts by geographical area. The ZIP codes that have the largest number of Downtown area lofts are generally 90012,90013,90014,90015,90017,90021 and 90031.
Meet & Greet Open House!
Gabriel Olguin and Corey Chambers will be hosting an open-loft on Thursday from 11am-2pm and you are invited to stop by and say hello! We look forward to seeing you there! 200 N. San Fernando Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90031
Don’t pass up this incredible opportunity to lease a fabulous live/work space penthouse level corner unit at the world-renowned Alta Lofts! Originally built in 1925 and operated by the Fuller Paint Company for decades, the building maintains it’s original art deco exterior and architecture while seamlessly incorporating the best in contemporary features and decor. This big, bright, and open features lofts of windows and natural light, wood floors, and open-concept living area with the privacy, peace and quiet of a real bedroom. The modern, open kitchen with stainless appliances, including refrigerator, gas stove and subway tile backsplash, is perfect for cooking and entertaining. The unit features a private balcony. Laundry washer and dryer in unit. Building amenities include fully landscaped first floor courtyard, assigned gated 1 car parking space and guest parking, 24 hour fitness room gym, community room and BBQ area. Minutes from Downtown LA, Silverlake, Los Feliz, Glendale, Pasadena. Call Corey (213) 880-9910. #livework #lofts #la
If you’d like to live/work in a cool loft in an historic industrial building by Downtown Los Angeles, you now have a new opportunity. Located near The Brewery Lofts in Downtown Los Angeles, the provocative modern loft building will let you live bold, and take a step outside the norm. Discover dramatic open spaces that take loft living to new heights within a vibrant neighborhood alive with possibilities.
Do you have a vision that you will be a pioneer in the next great place? Are you ready to get there now?
The eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and cafes of historic Lincoln Heights brings a true community vibe to Alta Lofts. Adding to the neighborhood’s appeal is its close proximity to Los Angeles’ most popular destinations. Dodger stadium, Walt Disney Concert Hall, MOCA and Downtown’s financial center are all just minutes away. With convenient access to three major highways and a nearby Gold Line stop, Pasadena, Glendale and Los Feliz are also easily accessible.
The building has a colorful past, giving it added texture and nuance today. Constructed in 1925, the building served as the Fuller Paint Company Warehouse for decades. Now, that same address is an important example of how adaptive reuse can artfully blend old and new to offer the best in contemporary living and still preserve a proud industrial heritage.
Building highlights include original four-story structure capped with two stories of newly constructed penthouse lofts, as well as direct-access, gated parking structure for residents and guests. Floor to ceiling industrial windows, along with retrofitted with dual panes are accompanied by exposed beam and ductwork. The exterior features fully landscaped open air courtyard and paseo, a fifth floor deck, and original concrete pillars throughout building.
The structure is a study in contrasts. The exterior features both neo-classic and contemporary touches. Inside, the same dichotomy holds with structural elements from the 1920s co-existing with modern kitchens, bathrooms and state-of-the-art sectional overhead doors. It’s an ideal mix, resulting in one-of-a-kind living spaces that radiate with light, energy and creativity.
Details matter here, cabinets, fixtures – each has been carefully selected to work together to create a welcoming and inspiring living environment. The building also features amazing unobstructed views of Downtown, Elysian Park and surrounding communities. It is an historic building with original architectural elements and two new modern penthouse floors. The residents of lofts enjoy designated parking in gated and adjacent garage. The building is further diversified with ground floor retail.
The bottom level is made up of 2-story and 3-story lofts. The two top levels (5th and 6th stories) are composed of new metal construction in modernist style. The center of the building was cut out for the restoration to add light, air and openness to the building and loft units.
Stop by the open house, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (213) 478-0499. The loft interiors feature high ceilings throughout – 7’ 10” to 11’ 6” ceilings, with double height ceilings in select penthouse units –18’ to 21’6”. Selected units feature private balconies. Most units feature exposed original walls and ceilings, in addition to original windows re-glazed with dual panes. A cool eclectic master touch is the sectional overhead doors on selected units. Floors 2, 3 and 4 come furnished with hardwood flooring. Some units are adorned with ceramic tile flooring in baths.
All lofts include Whirlpool stainless steel kitchen appliances, granite counter-tops, stainless steel kitchen sink, a 36” refrigerator space pre-plumbed for automatic ice-maker, central heating and air conditioning with energy saving night set-back thermostat. Each loft is pre-wired for gas washer/dryer hookup, and each loft has energy-efficient fluorescent lighting controlled by Decora switches throughout. “Many who planned to live in Downtown Los Angeles end up choosing Alta because it is a chic, genuine loft building that is bigger, nicer and cheaper than other nearby lofts,” says Corey Chambers, a Realty Source Broker Associate and Publisher of the L.A. Loft Blog. “A penthouse loft rental does not need to cost $4,000 per month.”
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Here are some lofts and condos in Downtown L.A. that are sure to be loved.
They include a loft in an historic building loft with a great external view, high ceilings, natural light and industrial character with concrete features asking just $340,000. Another loft in the same building offers a spacious 860 Sq Ft with private balcony asking just $412,000. In addition to 24-hour security concierge, they both have access to a rooftop sun deck, swimming pool and hot tub spa with panoramic views. #dtla #lofts #justlisted
There are more amazing lofts were those came from.
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SoldHomesLA.com Home Prices of Downtown L.A. Lofts and Condos Sold
Home values are still on the rise in Los Angeles. Receive a detailed listing of all recent home sales and all active listings in your area. #sold #dtla #homeprices
Seeing what sold recently is a great way for home sellers and buyers to know what the real values are in today’s Downtown L.A. real estate market. See all properties, listed and unlisted, recently sold around Downtown Los Angeles:
Find out what your neighbor’s loft sold for. Get a FREE list of recent condo sales in Downtown Los Angeles. Did you know that up to 45% of Downtown lofts sold in the last three years were off-market, unlisted and other pocket listings not on the MLS? To receive a detailed listing of all recent home sales and all active listings in your area, it is free to use the L.A. Condo Information website at http://www.lacondoinfo.com/gold_findout.asp, CLICK HERE or fill out the online form:
Anything that could help alleviate traffic congestion is always going to be a great addition to Los Angeles. #arrivo #hyperloop #dtla
New Hyperloop company Arrivo company has set up shop across from the Budweiser building on the Boyle Heights side of the 4th Street Bridge. In the race to develop Hyperloop, Arrivo seems to be focusing on the sleds rather than a vacuum chamber. The giant skates can carry cars, passengers or freight. Without the vacuum chamber, the speed might not go quite as fast as Elon Musk’s vision, but the development and construction can proceed faster, cheaper, and possibly safer. Zooming along at up to 200 per hour will be quite an improvement over the current state of freeways in the area.
Arrivo is bringing 70 to 80 engineers to the area. Several of them are seeking residences in Downtown Los Angeles, including tax-saving historic Mills Act approved lofts in the nearby Arts District, Historic Core and Little Tokyo.
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