Let’s take a tour

Hello home lovers! Today we are going to do things a little bit differently. Instead of taking you on a tour of the beautiful houses we’ve been to this week, we’re going to take you on a tour of one of our favorite cities in West Los Angeles. Say hello to the beautiful city of Santa Monica! “Sunshine, bright skies, and sick waves”, Santa Monica is the quintessential representation of Southern California. I am going to take you to 4 different places in Santa Monica and maybe, just maybe, we’ll see some beautiful houses along the way.


IMG_0117The first stop on our tour is Santa Monica Pier! A perfect destination for anyone looking for fun and adventure. Either spend time riding the rollercoaster, playing at the arcade or you can wander down to the beach and spend some time working out on the extensive rings and ropes, or just spend some time in the nice warm water. This summer take advantage of the free twilight concert series that happens on the pier on Thursdays!


IMG_0118IMG_0119The second stop on our tour is the Third Street Promenade, a prime destination for anyone looking to do a little bit of shopping… or a lot of shopping. There’s always some fun street performers, just make sure you show them some appreciation. Check out all the great restaurants but if you want some recommendations, my personal favorites are pinches tacos (authentic Mexican tacos) and bruxies (waffle. sandwiches.). Just in case you fall in love with the promenade there’s a beautiful contemporary 4 bedroom home less than 2 miles away on 24th St.

The third stop is the Santa Monica Pier aquarium! A fun informative place to get away from the world for a bit and see awesome marine life and participate in some awesome exhibitions. Perfect for families or anyone who loves the ocean, the aquarium is a must see destination.


IMG_0120 IMG_0121Our last stop for the day is Palisades Park. Perfect for a stroll or for a nice run, this vibrant green park is lined with palm trees and gives breathtaking views of the ocean. What else could you ask for? And less than 2 miles away from this amazing park is a 3 br, 3 bath ranch style home with a perfect vibrant outdoor area.




We have now come to the end of the tour, thank you home lovers for coming along with us. If you have any questions about the Homes we talked about please reach out to us and we’d be more than happy to give you more information. Never forget: love your home, love your life.


5156 Pickford Way Culver City

Hello Home Lovers,
New week, new beautiful homes!

This week has been absolutely gorgeous. The sun has been out and you can just feel So Cal shifting into the summer fun mode. People are out and about at parks and beaches, exploring the beautiful area we live in. So of course I had to participate in some fun myself and what else is more fun than looking at beautiful homes!

The home that I fell in love with this week is a modern 4 bed 5 bath on 5156 Pickford Way in Culver City. IMG_0111I’m not sure if you read that correctly so I’ll reiterate, 5 bathrooms. 5. ūüėć More about the bathrooms later. Located only 10 minutes away from the Westside Pavilion but tucked away in a residential area, this home is the perfect getaway from the hustle bustle of LA. Best part it’s only 7 miles from Venice Beach, perfect for these warm summer days.

Driving up to the house, to say my breath was taken away is an understatement. With a perfect combination of modern and green. Often modern homes stay simplistic and avoid adding trees and grass to the property to keep the home simple but this home was bursting with green from the beginning, inviting me into the home.

IMG_0112Walking into the home I felt as if I was transported into home heaven. With an open floor plan, contrasting colors, and lots of natural light it was everything I could ever dream it could be. The further into the house I went the more I fell in love.

There are two things that matter most to me in a home the bathroom and the kitchen, I’ll talk about the bathrooms a little later, but this kitchen is to die for. Do you ever worry about storage space? That would not be a worry with this kitchen. With more storage space then you could count and an oven that is in the wall this kitchen is perfect for hosting parties. Spacious, light, and a bar for guests to sit and eat this kitchen just begs for you to spend hours in. Did I mention there’s a small window in front of the sink? Perfect for having a view when washing dishes.IMG_0113

Up the beautiful black & glass staircase, I make my way up to my favorite rooms. The bedrooms are filled with natural light. Then there’s the bathrooms. To put it simply, marble styled floors, glass sit down shower, and detached tub. Gorgeous, bright, just begging to be spent hours in. To top it all off this house has two outdoor areas to sit out eat yummy food and enjoy a pitcher of lemonade.

For 2,890,000 this dream 4 bedroom 5 bath with 3,404 sq ft home could be all yours. Reach out to Leah Loves Homes for more details.

2619 Greenfield Ave West LA 90064

¬† ¬† ¬† Well it is Tuesday again, and you know what that means! Broker’s Caravan Day! New listings that have hit the market showcase for agents, like myself. Broker‚Äôs Caravan is essential so we can bring our buyer clients and spread the news of the hot new properties available.

      In Los Angeles alone, there are currently over 10,000 residential properties for sale. To beat the competition and get top dollar for your property, showcasing and advertising correctly is a must!

¬† ¬† ¬† Today was beautiful out- sunny and in the mid-70‚Äôs. I know what you are thinking, isn‚Äôt it usually sunny in Southern California? YES, however, it is mid-June and ‚ÄúJune Gloom‚ÄĚ was not in today’s forecast, clear skies all day! But unlike the stereotypical beachbum Californian, I’m breaking a sweat from walking up and down house stairs getting my real estate on ūüėČ ‚ÄúJune Gloom‚ÄĚ is a Southern Californian term that we use during the spring to summer transition that brings overcast skies.

      I headed to my office at Rodeo Realty and opened my the MLS Broker’s Caravan book, there were 8 properties in the Westside that I wanted to view because I felt they were the closest to what my buyers are looking for. I think it is wise and time conscientious to check out properties in person before having clients make the trip to the actual house.

      2619 Greenfield Ave was my favorite property I viewed, listed by Sterns & Lieb. T20170620_130153his contemporary masterpiece is situated on a peaceful neighborhood pocket in West LA. West LA is a small area just east of Santa Monica, south of Brentwood, and north of Mar Vista. This property was technically flipped (rebuilt to sell for another owner). It was purchased in 2015 for $700,000 during a foreclosure sale. The developers tore down the previous house and built a new beautiful dream home. 

¬† ¬† ¬† Starting with outside, they used mostly dry landscaping, cement, succulents that don’t need much water to live long. And they grow in so many different beautiful colors. I like what they did here- contrasting greens and shades of orange.

20170620_130141I love the large windows throughout the house. Windows are one of the most expensive features in a house (believe it or not), really adding to the luxury feel. I like how the windows are ceiling-height in the parts of the house where the natural light will be appreciated most (the dining and kitchen area, family room, and master bedroom).

Of course there are many developers doing the same thing, following the same trends, and end up having the same cookie cutter mini-mansions all over LA. But this one has a lot of unique touches, I believe it is because this building group is primarily out of the South bay.

20170620_124829With a mix of stone, epai wood, large windows, straight contemporary cuts, and flat roof tops, the developers made this into a modern house with a touch of hominess by way of natural material shining through.

My favorite part of the house was the open outdoor-indoor family room. Large glass windows perpendicularly enclosed the sitting arrangement the with just a click of a button. You can cook on the grill, make way to the kitchen, watch the football game, or season 7 of Game of Thrones, kick around a soccer ball, and still feel cozy and secure in your home.

Listed for $2,299,000, this 5 bedroom, 4 bath house with over 2,000 square feet could be yours.


Is this the house you have been looking for? Let us know!

Love your home, love your life.







-Leah Loves Homes, Rodeo Realty






Economic update for week ending February 4, 2017

Economic update for week ending February 4, 2017

U.S. Employers add 227,000 jobs in January – The Labor Department reported that 227,000 new jobs were added in January.¬†It was the most workers added¬†in four months. Experts had expected a gain of 180,000, so this was welcome news to investors and stocks rose making up losses earlier in the week.¬†The unemployment rate was almost unchanged at 4.8%,¬†¬†as more workers entered the workplace. The¬†labor participation rate, which shows the share of working-age people in the workplace increased to a 4 month high of¬†62.9%¬†from 62.7%. ¬†Historically the participation rate has hovered for several years near a 30 year low showing that many people have given up looking for a job. The labor force is growing and people are re entering the workforce. That doesn’t mean that 227,000 new jobs is not a strong number, it is, but it does explain why the unemployment rate is so low and we keep adding jobs. It also may explain why wage growth has been so stubborn. Usually when the unemployment rate drops to full employment levels we see strong wage growth. Not in this recovery.¬†Wages in January grew just 2.7% from last January, according to the report.¬†

Stock markets gain nearly 1% on Friday to end the week unchanged –¬†Stocks had a rocky week. They opened down as last Friday’s low fourth quarter GDP number sunk in, some investors were spooked by the travel executive order, and¬†some corporate profits came in lower than expected. Friday’s release of January’s strong job growth and another executive order rolling back some financial regulation in The Dodd Frank Bill sparked a rally and markets increased almost a full percentage point which made up for all their losses throughout the week.

The¬†¬†DOW Jones Industrial Average closed the week at 20,071.46, down just slightly¬†from last week’s close of 20,093.78. ¬†The S&P 500 ended the week at 2,297.42, up slightly¬†from its close of 2,294.69 last week.¬†¬†The¬†NASDAQ closed the week at 5,666.77, ¬†almost unchanged from¬†last week’s close of 5,660.78.

U.S. Treasury Bond yields ¬† ¬†–¬†The 10-year U.S. Treasury Bond closed the week yielding 2.49%, unchanged¬†from 2.49% last Friday.¬†The 30-year Treasury Bond yield closed the week at 3.11%, up from 3.06%¬†last week.¬†Mortgage rates follow bond yields, so we watch treasury¬†¬†bonds closely.

Mortgage rates –¬†The¬†Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Survey¬†released on February 2, 2017 revealed that average mortgage rates from lenders surveyed for the most popular mortgage products were as follows: The¬†30-year fixed rate average was 4.19%.¬†The¬†15-year fixed average rate was 3.41% ¬†The¬†5/1 ARM average rate was 3.23%.

Pending home sales show increase РThe California Association of Realtors reported that contracts signed to purchase existing (re-sale) homes in California in December rose 1.9% statewide from the number of contracts signed last December. Southern California saw the largest increase, rising 7.8% from last December. Pending sales are an indication of what future closed sales will total. If pending sales pull through to closing we see strong numbers 30 to 60 days later.

Economic update


Economic update December 23, 2016

Economic update

Federal Reserve raises its key rate 1/4% – The Fed announced Wednesday that it was raising its Discount and Federal Funds rate by 1/4%. ¬†This was just the second increase¬†in 10 years. The first was done last December with an announcement to expect two more increases in 2016. ¬†The first increase did not happen as growth slowed during the first half of the year. ¬†GDP growth was just 1.1% for the first 6 months of 2016. The third quarter showed far more growth as the GDP rebounded to 3% growth and hiring picked back up. ¬†The Fed mentioned these as part of their decision for Wednesday’s increase. ¬†They also stated that they expected to make three more increases in 2017. ¬†Experts had expected that number to be two increases. The market was expecting the increase, and an announcement of two rate hikes expected next year, not three. That moved the markets down slightly. When The Fed increases rates those increases tend to affect short term rates more than long term rates. That was the case this week as short term treasury rates increased while the 30 year barely moved up. Equity lines tied to prime moved up 1/4% following the announcement. ARM mortgages will also move up. Shorter term hybrids like 3, and 5 year fixed moved up while the 30 year fixed barely moved.

Stocks end week just slightly below record highs – All indexes hit record highs on Tuesday before being dragged down a bit after The Fed announced a 1/4% rate hike on Wednesday.¬†The rate hike was largely expected so stocks didn’t lose much following the announcement.¬†The¬†¬†DOW Jones Industrial Average closed the week at 19,843.41, up¬†from last week’s close of 19,756.85.¬†¬†The S&P 500 ended the week at 2,258.07, unchanged¬†from its close of 2,259.53 last week.¬†¬†The¬†NASDAQ closed the week at 5,437.16, slightly off from¬†last week’s close of 5,444.50.

U.S. Treasury Bond yields higher ¬†–¬†The 10-year U.S. Treasury Bond closed the week yielding 2.60%, up¬†from 2.47% last Friday.¬†The 30-year Treasury Bond yield closed the week at 3.19%, up¬†from 3.16% last week.¬†Mortgage rates follow bond yields, so we watch treasury¬†¬†bonds closely.

Mortgage rates ¬†continue to inch up –¬†The¬†Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Survey¬†released on December 15, 2016 showed that average mortgage rates from lenders surveyed for the most popular mortgage products were as follows: The¬†30-year fixed rate average was 4.16%¬†The¬†15-year fixed average rate was 3.37%.¬†The¬†5/1 ARM average rate was 3.19%. Rates rose Thursday and¬†Friday¬†so next week’s rates will be slightly higher.¬†





Economic Update November 30- December 3, 2016

Economic update for the month ending November 30, 2016 and the week ending December 3, 2016

DOW, S&P, and NASDAQ all ended November at record highs –¬†Markets are up 4-6% since the election. ¬†Investors have been bullish on prospects of higher corporate profits in the future based on hopes that The Trump Administration will deliver on promises of tax cuts, loosening of regulation, and higher infrastructure spending. The highest gains have been financials which are up 10% on hopes of changes to regulations put in place after the financial system collapse. Coal mining and energy stocks have faired well, also on hopes of less regulation. ¬†Defense stocks have risen on hopes of more spending. ¬†Construction and construction related companies that would be involved in infrastructure also saw gains. ¬†Clean energy stocks have not done as well, perhaps on fears of more competition from oil, gas and coal. Unrelated to the election, oil prices also rose to $49 a barrel from about $46 at the end of the month as OPEC reached an agreement to cut back production.¬†The¬†DOW Jones Industrial Average¬†closed the month at¬†19,128.58, up over 1,000 points¬†from¬†18,142.42 on¬†October 31.¬†¬†¬†¬†The¬†S&P 500¬†closed the month of October at¬†2,198.31,¬†up from October’s close of 2,126.15. ¬†The¬†NASDAQ¬†ended the month at¬†5,323.68, up¬†from 5,189.13 at the end of ¬†October. ¬†On December 2, 2016¬†markets closed the week as follows:¬†DOW 19,170.42, S&P 2,191.95, NASDAQ 5,255.65.¬†

U.S. Treasury Bond yields jump in November ¬†–¬†Bond yields shot up after the election on expectations that tax cuts, higher defense spending, and an infrastructure program would increase ¬†U.S. deficit spending and debt, which is already out of control.¬†¬†The 10-year U.S. Treasury Bond closed the month yielding 2.37%, up¬†from 1.84% at the end of October.¬†¬†¬†The 30-year Treasury Bond yield was 3.02% on November 30, ¬†up from 2.58% at the end of October. ¬†Mortgage rates follow bond yields, so we watch treasury¬†¬†bonds closely. ¬†Treasury yields closed the week on December 2 with the¬†10-year yielding ¬†2.40%,¬†and the¬†30-year yielding 3.08%.

Mortgage rates rise about 1/2% in November   Р Rates soared following the election, rising almost 1/2 point in 10 days.  The Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Survey released on December 1, 2016 showed that average mortgage rates from lenders surveyed for the most popular mortgage products were as follows: The 30-year fixed rate average was 4.08%, up from 3.47% on the October 27, 2016 survey.  The 15-year fixed average rate was 3.34%, up from 2.78% on October 27. The 5/1 ARM average rate was 3.15%, up from 2.84% on October 27. 

U.S. employers’ add 178,000 new jobs in November – Unemployment rate drops to 4.6% – The¬†Bureau of Labor Statistics¬†reported that¬†the¬†U.S.¬†economy¬†added¬†178,000 net new jobs in October¬†and the unemployment¬†rate dropped¬†from ¬†4.9¬†percent in October to¬†4.6% in November, its lowest level since August 2007.¬†¬†¬†Wages¬†in November were¬†2.5%¬†percent higher than last November, ¬†according to the report.

California employers add 31,200 new jobs in October ¬†– The Employment Development Department¬†reported that California¬†added 31,200 net new jobs¬†in October. The state’s¬†unemployment rate¬†held steady at¬†5.5%, as more workers entered the workforce. While this is higher than the national rate which was 4.9% in October it’s well below California’s 12.2% unemployment rate at its peak in 2010. ¬†Employers in Los Angeles County increased their payrolls by 19,400 employees. The¬†unemployment rate in Los Angeles County¬†actually increased slightly to¬†5.1% in October from 5% in September¬†as more workers began the job search. Year over year the unemployment rate is ¬†down a full percent from 6.1% from October 2015. California runs a few weeks behind. We won’t have November’s figures until around the¬†20th of December.¬†

U.S. Economy grows at fastest pace in 2 years in the third quarter of 2016 -The Commerce Department reported that the Total economic output of the economy, also known as Gross Domestic Product  grew 3.2% in the third quarter.  That was faster in the third quarter than previously estimated, and at its fasted pace in two years.  This rebound was welcome news after a disappointing first half of the year.

California existing home sales and prices increase in October – The California Association of Realtors¬†released its October ¬†home sales report. ¬†The number of existing homes sold in October totaled 442,970 on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate. That represented an¬†increase of 4.1% from September and a year over year increase of 8% from last October’s figures.¬†The statewide¬†median price¬†was $513,520,¬†up 1.2% from September and up 7.3% from last October¬†when the median price was $478,780. ¬†Inventorycontinues to be near record lows as the unsold inventory index¬†slipped to a 3.4 month supply of homes listed¬†in October from a 3.5 month supply in September.

California pending home sales increase in October –¬†The number of new home contracts on re-sale homes in California¬†increased 1.5% in October from last October’s¬†numbers according to data released by The California Association of Realtors. On a monthly basis pending contracts were down 6.7% from September. ¬†The¬†Southern California¬†region fared even better with October sales¬†up 6.8% from last October and up 2.4% from September.¬†The association uses year over year rather then month over comparisons to account for seasonal changes in sales numbers. Typically sales begin to slow heading into the holidays which makes comparing same month figures more accurate. Pending home sales figures are useful because they give an indication of what closed sales figures will be in 30 to 60 days when those sales close escrow.

U.S. existing home sales hit the highest level since February 2007 – The National Association of Realtors¬†reported that sales of existing homes increased 2% in October to an annual rate of 5.6 million homes, the¬†highest level since February 2007.¬†¬†Existing home sales are closed re-sales of single family detached homes, town homes, condominiums, and co-ops.¬†Year over year the number of sales are up 5.9% from last October’s levels.¬†Prices were also up nationwide as the¬†median price this October was 6% higher than October 2015. Pending home sales were also higher nationally increasing 2% year over year.¬†

What does the recent election mean for the Housing Market?

The Presidential Election has a big impact on the housing market!

Please note, this article is to bring information to those interested in the housing market and not intended by any means to pick sides politically.

With the outcome of the recent election, there has been a lot of stir around where the housing market will go. In history, we have seen, time and time again, that the housing market soars shortly after election. But with housing already reaching unsustainable levels, how will we offset t
his? Will Trump need to boost jobs and the economy? America has barely staggered out of recession, so Trump could come out on top just because of timing.

Could Trump be the champion of affordable housing? During his acceptance speech early in the morning on Nov. 9 in New York, Trump promised dramatic new investments in infrastructure, which could boost the available supply of housing.

Trump housingDuring this election, one part of the main struggles of the middle class was the inability to find good, affordable housing. The housing market plays hand in hand with the economy and jobs.  Right now, first time home buyers are struggling to find any home that is in their price range. In Los Angeles alone, the market went from average $404,200 in 2009 (bottom of the market) to a median price of $570,500 by 2016 (laalmanac.com). These prices mean that a household needs to earn $96,513 a year, according to HSH.com, to afford a median-priced home.

If you did not tune into the last crash in 2008, it was largely caused by a lack of check and balances in the lending industry. Lenders were selling subprime loans to unqualified buyers. With everyone and then some being able to obtain a home loan, demand skyrocketed, driving prices up. This was depicted in the Big Short (a must-see great explanation of the 2008 housing crash). Since the crash, the lending industry is tightly regulated now, if anything, it is hard to get a loan with anything less than a 720 credit score! I’ve seen numerous well-qualified buyers with large sums in their bank, excellent credit scores, but a high debt-to-income ratio holding them back. These buyers had to go through a number of different banks to close on their homes. So what would drive the next crash if the lending institutions are so regulated?

housing-marketA housing crash is caused¬†when housing prices reach unsustainable¬†levels, leading to a decline. These unsustainable levels have been occurring in major cities throughout the country. Some areas have surpassed their peaks,¬†‚ÄĒplaces like the San Gabriel Valley, flooded with foreign cash investors primarily from China, or the Westside, which has welcomed a surge of high-paid tech workers in the past couple years, getting the name ‚ÄúSilicone Beach.‚ÄĚ Other rich areas have seen nice, healthy gains too, while poor areas have actually lost housing value. Middle-class areas have¬†been stagnant or fallen just a bit. That all tracks with how the rebound from the recession has gone in general: the rich have come back as strong as ever, while the rest of the US still struggles.

In the last few years we have seen China leading the Los Angeles foreign all-cash investors, beating out the most well-qualified buyers using home loans. Chinese investors pumped $59 billion into the U.S. from 2000 through December, buying or creating more than 1,900 companies that employ 90,000 workers. Employment tripled in 2015 from 2012. In 2015, China invested $1.1. billion into California real estate, and $3 billion in New York real estate (Rhodium Group’s China Investment Monitor). It makes sense that foreign investors started buying out more real estate. In 2011, home values were at all time lows, and there was room for exponential growth! U.S. real estate was one of China’s top investments, just below Telecom and Technology. dollar

Early this year 2016, China devalued the Yuan Renminbi and the government tightened restrictions on moving money over to the U.S. This could be the reason for the slower growth this year, adding to the fact that there is just not as much room for growth in these high demand city areas now. During his campaign, Trump criticized the U.S. as being on the losing end of its dealings with China, particularly on trade, the flow of money has significant benefits, the study found. 

So with global economy changing, and the new president, what will our future real estate look like?

Rick Sharga (Ten-X, real estate auction site) said the key to the housing market fully recovering depends on more jobs and better wages driving household formation and homeownership, which Trump promises to improve. ‚ÄúIf President Trump is half as successful as his plans call for, the housing market will soar,‚ÄĚ he said.

‚ÄúWe are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals,‚ÄĚ Trump told his supporters. ‚ÄúWe‚Äôre going to rebuild our infrastructure and we will put millions of our people to work as we rebuild it,‚ÄĚ Trump said.
All in all, if Trump can create more jobs for the middle class, there could be a huge surge in the housing market. Nearly every millennial since 2008, has struggled to find a good paying job straight out of college, this is no news, research shows that millennials are choosing not to have children, and if so, not until their mid-30’s. Most research shows the reason for not starting a family for millennials is because they can barely afford life on their own. This is in direct correlation with housing prices and jobs available. Pew Research Center came out with a report in May 2016 that said for the first time since 1880, adults aged 18-34 are more likely to live with a parent than any other arrangement. 19 percent of 25-34 year olds in metropolitan areas have been living at home. This is the largest rate since 1940.

Will the American dream of everyone owning their own home find it’s way back in 2017? With primary mortgage rates staying steady between 3-5%, the option is more than available. Only time will tell!

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Halloween Events in Los Angeles

Looking for some fun this Halloween? Check out these 3 fun events in Los Angeles.

1. Dia de los Muertos @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery (pictured)
This fun family event on October 29th features yummy Mexican food and live performances.
2. Guillermo del Toro @ LACMA
Running until Nov. 27th, this exhibit is perfect to get you in the spooky mood for Halloween.
3.Halloween Carnaval @ WeHo
For a fun day of event, the WeHo Halloween Carnaval will not disappoint. With past appearances from Rihanna and Boy George.


Warming Up the Home this Autumn

One of the biggest perks of living of living in Los Angeles is the beauty that we live in a perpetual summer, never having to worry about ‚Äúseasons‚ÄĚ ruining our fun at the beach or a nice outdoor bar-be-que. However, at times we do want to relish in the warmth that can be cozy Autumn days and nights. There is a way that we can have the best of both worlds. Here are fun ways to start integrating fall into your LA home!


Pumpkin Spice Candles

3-wick candle. Bath & Body Works $22.50

Pumpkin Spice has become the taste for Fall. Between cookies and muffins to the infamous pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks, pumpkin spice has become a “welcome to fall” staple for the upcoming holiday seasons. This pumpkin spice candle is sure to put you in the fall mood. If you are looking for a fun indoor activity this coming weekend, you can try a fun DIY pumpkin spice candle.

Gold Serving BowlGold Serving Bowls

Threshold Hammer Large Serving Bowl Target $19.99

Nothing screams Autumn more than wonderful golden undertones. Matched with a red tablecloth or beautiful red apples, this stunning display bowl is the perfect way to bring warmth to your living room and instantly put you in an Autumn mood.


Kale Apple Salad

LA is known for being health conscious and loving kale. However, fall is known for having a bad reputation of overeating and gaining a bit of extra holiday weight. But, with this yummy healthy salad you don‚Äôt have to sacrifice taste, or your waistline, to get in the fall spirit. This quick 20 minute delicious recipe will have you feeling perfectly in the holiday spirit with it’s sweet apples and dijon mustard. Add in the mouth watering maple and walnut dressing and you will be feeling healthy and indulgent. Find the recipe here!

Cinnamon Toast Drink

Cinnamon Toast

It’s not fall without a little bit of cinnamon-y goodness. Here‚Äôs a fun yummy drink for adults that will keep you warm during the chilly LA nights, or crank up your AC so you can feel like it‚Äôs chilly. This tasty fall drink is perfect after a long day at work or after the kids have gone to bed. With amazing hot apple cider and a little bit of Captain Morgan spiced rum you’ll feel relaxed and ready for the holidays. Add sweet sugar and cinnamon to the rim of your cup to get the full autumn taste with each sip that you take. You can find the recipe here.

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Brentwood Open House this Sunday

Come join us for the first open house for this beautiful Brentwood condo! (7/17) 2-5 p.m.

11820 Mayfield Ave #105, Brentwood, 90049

Brentwood condo for sale
Brentwood condo for sale!








Amazing 3 bedroom 2 bath Brentwood condo for sale! Spacious, bright, and open floor plan. This condo offers inside laundry, wood flooring, updated appliances, wine cooler, a bright Spanish-influenced kitchen and dining area, central HVAC throughout. The master bedroom is a dream, very large, open, and bright, with lots of closet space, and a soaking tub. Great building in the heart of Brentwood, with low HOA dues. 2 Car tandem parking in the garage with Extra storage!! Desirable area, North of Wilshire. This is a MUST SEE, jump-on-it opportunity for a buyer looking for a beautiful new home!