March 3rd, 2024 at 11:00 am

Updated March 3, 2024

When it comes to getting the home of your dreams, many people go through the task of going through listings and finding the right home that might fit most of their needs. That always necessitates some level of compromise. For others, instead of finding the right house, they build the house of their dreams from the ground up.


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March 1st, 2024 at 10:00 am

Aerial view of exterior of new construction apartments with text that reads: The Pinnacle of Luxury Living: New Beverly Hills Apartments

Luxury has a new address, and it’s in the heart of the iconic Beverly Hills Business Triangle. Welcome to 250 North Crescent Drive, a meticulously crafted architectural marvel that redefines the meaning of exclusive living.

This rare offering, comprising seven available 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom units ranging from 1,428-1,532 square feet interiors, is poised to become the epitome of sophisticated urban living. The units are offered by St. James + Canter + Associates at a range of ~$10,000 – $15,500 per month.



February 2nd, 2024 at 10:54 am

View of home from rooftop patio with text that reads: Future of Sustainable Living: A Net Zero Passive Home

Nestled in the heart of Studio City, California, 4519 Saint Clair Ave stands as a beacon of innovation and sustainability thanks to its passive home design. Priced at $3,895,000, this five-bedroom, four-bathroom, 3,940-square-foot masterpiece is not just a home; it’s a testament to cutting-edge design and a commitment to a greener future.


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November 14th, 2023 at 9:30 am

Nothing is quite as exciting as moving into a brand-new house and enjoying all the benefits of owning your own home. At first, you’re occupying bare walls and floors, but it’s like having a blank canvas to fill in with a lifetime of memories. It’s all up to you, so you better know what you’re getting to avoid surprises in your newly built home.



October 20th, 2023 at 2:40 pm

What would you rather buy: a brand-new home or one that’s been lived in for a while? You might even want to entertain the idea of building a new construction home from the ground up.

There’s a lot to consider before making a final decision and starting to take advantage of the benefits of owning a home.

While new homes can benefit owners through energy-efficient materials and advanced building standards, older homes can be in more desirable neighborhoods and offer more space at a lower price.


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