It can be difficult to get into Downtown Los Angeles lofts and condos for sale because many listing agents feel too busy to answer their phones and they sometimes take a long time to respond to an appointment request. #openhouse #dtla
They must often reach the owner or tenant to get approval of the requested showing time. Then, the buildings can be difficult to get into because sometime the seller does not have an extra door fob. The problem can be worse when a buyer uses an out-of-area agent who is not familiar with the buildings and does not have door codes to get into the locked buildings.
The solution is to get free assistance from a Downtown specialist real estate professional who is familiar with all of the buildings at (213) 880-9910 and also to see the open house showings that are more of a sure thing:
How to Get the Best Loft and the Best Deal: In real estate home search, it’s always a big advantage to see what other people are looking at, thinking and doing. This list of trending items shows what others are searching for, seeing and clicking on the most in the L.A. Loft Blog so that we can instantly know the market and help predict what will be the best investments and best deals in today’s L.A. loft living.
The Brewery Lofts Art Walk Video Tour and Photos #brewery #artwalk
Thousands of art admirers and loft lovers gathered to see dozens of exhibits by artists and vendors at The Brewery Lofts in Lincoln Heights. The world’s largest artist loft rental complex, Brewery Lofts is home and workplace to more than 500 artists. Many of them show their creative wares in an open house art exhibition twice a year. This most recent event saw a great turnout of spectators and art shoppers. Check out the video of the October 2016 event:
Many then headed to the Brewery’s own bar and restaurant called Barbaras at the Brewery for a little after party and celebration of this year’s fun and successful event. Find a loft in Downtown Los Angeles at www.LALoftTour.com.
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Real Estate News — Loft Wars goes stellar! It has not yet even launched, but the new reality TV series has already gone into warp drive! Just a tiny mention in the LA Loft Blog and Craigslist, and the number of viewers went mega hyper. It looks like Downtown loft enthusiasts love the idea of an upcoming show about Downtown lofts and the drama and competition of real estate. Lots of people said they are interested in being on the cast and crew. Check out the new Loft Wars Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Loft-Wars-662782313897898/
ALMOST A FREE HOUSE! We don’t hear these words very often. Besides sounding kinda silly, that’s probably because a home is usually the most widely desired and most expensive item that the average person will ever pay for. Even if we are fortunate enough to inherit a residence or to otherwise get one without paying for it, we would still need to pay for taxes and insurance. So the question is: How close can we get to receiving a free house? Besides inheriting real estate or winning it in some kind of raffle, the closest things to a free house is getting a good deal on a home, perhaps little or no money down, or maybe even a full 20% down and then having a positive cash flow so that we receive more money every month than we pay out toward the property. Now we are getting a bit closer to what can really be accomplished when looking in the right place. #realestate #investment
Add the fact that real estate can appreciate forever, and then realize that we can receive ever-increasing monthly rental income that turns into a growing retirement fund, it’s no wonder that real estate is the best investment that most will ever make.
The L.A. Loft Blog correctly pointed out in 2011 and succinctly phrased that Downtown real estate was “almost free.” Those who saw the truth and the value at the time have been rewarded. Many purchased then Downtown lofts for $125,000 to $250,000, rented them out at a positive cash flow, and enjoyed watching the properties grow to values of $400,000 to $500,000 in just a few years. That truly is almost free, and quite possibly could be called better than free.
Brother Andy says that Downtown Los Angeles represents the future of art.
His Grace invites us all to enter the world of a visionary. He is a Writer, Film-maker, Fine Artist, Interior Designer, Photographer and Fashionista. Provocative uber-artist (an artist skilled in over five different media), Brother Andy is a prolific auteur film-maker with over 350 films on Youtube, over 100,000 photographic images as a photgrapher, plus countless paintings and sculptures as a fine artist to his credit. His digital collage image, ‘Jesus Chimp’, is considered by some to be a masterpiece of the Intriguism Art Method (‘retro-futurism’), a creative process which he developed. The energetic creator produced highly-effective educational films for people with cognitive disabilities. A master interior decorator, brother andy helps Downtown loft owners to decorate to deliver a powerfully pleasing first impression and quickly improve the resale value when owners want to enhance the look and, feel and the ultimate selling price.
His background extends into feature films (producing hundreds of films, including six feature films in the last seven years as writer, producer, editor, and director), television (with appearances on ABC, local news stations in every Southern California major city), stage and live events, music videos and theme parks, as well as Visual Merchandising for several leading retail stores, private interior design clients and web site design. As an ‘artist whisperer’, Brother Andy has collaborated with hundreds of artists. He is also a strident advocate of nudism, feminism and animal rights. His motto is: ‘To educate and entertain, to encourage and inspire…’
The creative line for Downtown L.A. goes back to the 1970s. User-Artist Brother Andy says that the imaginative materials produced by Downtown LA are outside the box. He says Angelino artists are not deconstructionalists and not negative in their vision and works; rather they see and create a positive type of future in their artwork that is both abstratct and visionary. Compare the L.A. art scene to New York City where artists are trying harder to be seen, and contract it with artists of Europe who are busy trying to keep traditions going. His Grace says that the art culture of California is much more positive and it is about the experience. The works of Downtown artists more reflect the personality of the artists. California has so many things to do, thus myriad California adventures are part of the art. In fact, Andy says that the California state tourism board should make their next TV commercial about the artists of Downtown Los Angeles because they represent the essence of California reflecting through their work.
DTLA artists are cutting-edge, are not nasty or negative, but very upbeat according to His Grace. Beginning in the 1970s, California artists pioneered bright acrylics that are especially reflective and filled with light. Southern California, like Italy, features art infused with soft light. Artists worldwide come to Los Angeles for its natural light. Other key ingredients of the Downtown Los Angeles art scene are derived from the SoCal lifestyle: about the food, wine
— showing that the local area art is primarily about culture. Exploding in importance for the whole world, the Downtown L.A. art scene reflects a deep understanding of art and life, according to Brother Andy. He says that the new Broad Museum is different from museums of New York City and elsewhere because the modern art museum is traditional only in that it is an exhibition, and unlike traditional museums, the Broad is cutting edge regarding today’s lifestyle.
Artist Brother Andy was a pioneer in the fledgling haunted house industry of the 1970s, creating ghoulish comedy character Armando Creeper. The artist later went on to co-found a new art movement called Intriguism. See his new film just released called Dr. Invisible free online at https://youtu.be/UTxytPjkSQU.
EVENTS – Not To Be Missed: Special Appearance By Reclusive Uber-Artist, Brother Andy
Expect the unexpected! His Grace uber-artist Brother Andy, will make a live webcast appearance as a Special Guest of Honor, attending by video broadcast at real estate mogul and film producer Corey Chambers’ fiftieth celebration on Wednesday October 26, 2016 at 7 pm no-host dinner and drinks at Peking Tavern 806 S Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014 (213) 988-8308 (Street Parking).
The gifted fine artist (“Jesus Chimp”), underground film-maker (“The Social”), and rebel fashionista will bless us with a live video “meet and greet.” This is as close as we can get for guests who wish a personal audience with His Grace. Mr. Chambers has acted as Patron of the Arts, creative collaborator, and personal confidant for the insightful guru Brother Andy for decades. The always-controversial Brother Andy is known for his out-spoken views on nudism, feminism, and sex-positive education — leading to the end of racial divides, he claims. For more information, please see www.intriguism.com and www.artistbrotherandy.com.
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Today’s a great day to put in a bit of thought and make some progress in your L.A. home search, real estate investment, home sale or lease. Get free help or information about any Downtown rental or condo. Call (213) 880-9910.
#dtla #millsact Here’s the lowest priced loft condo in an historic building with Mills Act tax benefits. It’s in the nice, clean part of Downtown LA between the Historic Core, Old Bank and Civic Center Neighborhoods of DTLA:
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In a recent L.A. Loft Blog post, we reported about how the homeowners of 1100 Wilshire Blvd got what they asked for, but apparently paid an extremely hefty price (see full article). In it, the L.A. Loft Blog incorrectly reported that Chase Bank purchased or leased control of 1100 Wilshire guest parking. The L.A. Loft Blog has since learned that the former guest parking is primarily controlled by the commercial space owner Wilshire Commercial LLC. The free guest parking was lost in connection with ongoing litigation between 1100 Wilshire Property Owners Association and Wilshire Commercial LLC. #1100wilshire #lawsuits
Some homeowners have since complained that the problems mentioned in the L.A. Loft Blog (loss of guest parking and reduced maintenance) are caused, not by Chase Bank, but by a rogue homeowners board that has launched extremely expensive lawsuits without majority homeowner approval. The homeowners board and management believe that they are working in the homeowners best interests to reverse adverse impacts to the homeowners caused by actions of Wilshire Commercial LLC.
The HOA actually lost control of its valuable, once plentiful guest parking to the retail owner due to ongoing litigation with the building’s retail space owner Wilshire Commercial LLC.
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