Update on Homeownership Wealth Trajectories Through the Housing Boom and Bust (Publication of the Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University)
BY MICHAEL NEAL on NOVEMBER 5, 2015 • (1)
The economic and housing recovery continues at a slow, but steady pace. For the country as a whole, the NAHB/First American Leading Markets Index (LMI), released today, rose to .93 in the third quarter of 2015, .01 point higher than its level in 2015, and .04 point higher than its level from one year ago, .89. The index uses single-family housing permits, employment and home prices to measure proximity to a normal economic and housing market. The index is calculated for both the entire country and for 364 local markets, metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs). A value of 1.0 means the market (or country) is back to the last level of normality.
Windermere Real Estate Expands in Southern California, Adds Seasoned Pro to Its Leadership Bench
Mark Hughes Named President of Windermere Services, Southern California, and Will Manage Operations and Franchise Development in Los Angeles, Coachella Valley, Riverside and San Diego
SEATTLE, WA–(Marketwired – October 29, 2015) – Windermere Real Estate, the largest regional real estate company in the Western U.S., is expanding operations in Southern California and growing its executive team with the addition of Mark Hughes as president of Windermere Services, Southern California. Hughes most recently served as chief operating officer at First Team Real Estate in Southern California, the largest independent brokerage firm in California.
By last count, there are approximately a zillion bagillion restaurants in LA. And yet, despite there being plenty (PLENTY) of really, really good ones, the same handful end up on basically every single "Best Of" list. Well not today, Los Angeles. Today we're going to lay out the 21 most underrated restaurants in LA, none of which appear on LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants in LA, Jonathan Gold's most recent LA Times 101 Best Restaurants in LA, or Eater's most recent 38 Essential Restaurants in LA.
Even if you’re not much of a surfer or beach bum in general, everyone needs to eat… so you might as well take advantage of living in San Diego and do that eating somewhere near the water. Our spoiled citizenry has many different options for drinking and dining amidst ocean, bay, and harbor views. Here are 15 prime picks, including a few that are surprisingly budget-friendly.
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