Compass agent Jennifer Okhovat signed into Curbed LA to answer questions from readers about the Los Angeles real estate market.
The author of ‘Railtown: The Fight for the Los Angeles Metro Rail and the Future of the City’ was on hand to take questions from readers.
A Studio City-based real estate agent who has lived in the San Fernando Valley for 15 years will field questions from readers from noon to 1 p.m. today.
We’ve enlisted two realtors to answer questions from readers about buying and selling in LA.
The Nationwide agent joined us to answer all of your questions, from where to find a home for around $500,000 to whether the market will stabilize.
Whether it’s picking up trash at the beach, planting a tree, or organizing to create a neighborhood park, we want to hear about it.
Tracy Do, who specializes in neighborhoods around Northeast Los Angeles, is answering questions about buying and selling in LA.
Real estate agents Tara Hotchkis and Dominic Labriola are joining us live to answer all of your questions about buying and selling in Los Angeles.
Today’s Open Thread is a Q&A with Compass realtor Tracy Do, who specializes in Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Echo Park, Highland Park, Eagle Rock, Mount Washington, and Glassell Park.
If passed, Measure S will have huge implications for LA, and we know you must have questions about it. So drop those in the comments, and we’ll find the answers.
Today’s Open Thread is a Q&A with Los Angeles real estate agent Heather Presha, who will join us this afternoon to answer your questions about local real estate.
Next week, we’ll release a map of the best theaters in Los Angeles. But before we do, we want to know which ones we’d be remiss not to include.
Tell us in the comments about your tiny-living experience. Just how tiny was it? What neighborhood were you in? How’d you arrange the space? Where'd you fit your bed? Are you living in a tiny place now—what do you love or hate about it?
Two realtors from Los Angeles-based Mercer Vine are joining us for a live chat. They're DTLA experts, but all questions are welcome.
This weekend’s weather forecast looks fairly mild, so we’ve got parks on the brain. For this Open Thread, we’re asking for readers’ favorite Los Angeles parks, whether they’re big or small, well-known or virtually secret. Tell us in the comments!
Two realtors from Los Angeles-based Mercer Vine are joining us for a live chat. We’re focusing on DTLA, but all questions are welcome.
If people were coming to visit you from out of town, what off-the-beaten path spots would you take them to? We're looking for the best architectural gems, historic sites, parks, and public spaces that don't get as much love as they deserve. Chime in!