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Andy May Aug 9
How many of the LA classics have you seen?
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Andy May Aug 8
Architectural Home of the Week: The Kawaguchi House, a 1956 masterwork by noted architect Eugene Kinn Choy. Post-and-beam design and walls of glass articulate the thoughtful layout that features stylish finishes rendered in wood, stone and Heath tile.
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Andy May Aug 6
Have you given thought to moving to Bakersfield?
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Andy May Aug 5
Replying to @srhhlnfngr
Hillcrest normal folks....heights fancy folks.
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Andy May Aug 5
Pretty sweet pad don't you think?
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Andy May Aug 4
LA Andy May's Home of the week: Look at what you can get for your money in El Sereno
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Andy May Aug 2
Race & Real Estate in LA, The Los Angeles Public Library has a great resource page for learning about LA's history of excluding people of color from owning real estate.
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Andy May Jul 30
Will 2021 be the year LA see's a drop in home prices?
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Andy May Jul 29
Who couldn't use a bit of cash these days
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Andy May Jul 28
LA Andy May's Home of the Week: A rare offering at the historic Silver Lake Maltman Bungalow Court, which is a collection of free-standing single-family residences.
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Andy May Jul 26
The lowly door handle gets it's moment in the spotlight.
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Andy May Jul 25
Architectural Home of the week: On the market for the very first time: The Harry and Pauline Williams Residence by John Lautner, FAIA, 1952. features include custom built-in furniture, polished concrete floors, and inter-locking concrete block fireplace.
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Andy May Jul 23
I'm thinking that the folks at Curbed got it right, and the abandonment of Cities as a result of COVID-19 is over stating what is really going on.
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Andy May Jul 22
Very cool looking house for sale
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Andy May Jul 21
LA Andy May's Home of the Week: Adorable, California Colonial Revival pied-a-terre in the heart of Bronson Canyon affords a rare entry-level opportunity in the chic Los Feliz Oaks.
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Andy May Jul 20
The debate over whether millennials will move in great numbers to the suburbs continues.
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Andy May Jul 19
Architecture for sale
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Andy May Jul 18
Architectural Home of the week: A Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith, The Shneidman House, 1950. LA Histori-cultural Monument # 1016. With a combination of redwood, concrete and glass the designers gave this home a classic mid-century, yet contemporary feel.
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Andy May Jul 16
Will LA see the same reduction in prices?
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Andy May Jul 15
CoreLogic, a global property information provider, put out a report this week that essentially predicts that the 2021 US housing market will see the first year-over-year decline in home prices in 9 years.
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