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Searching for a great place to rent under $1,500 can be a daunting task in many cities. Add a need for a stellar bathroom into the mix, and it can feel downright impossible. And yet, it’s not. There are affordable apartments with beautiful bathrooms. And once you start thinking about double sinks, sleek finishes, and storage to spare, you might decide it’s worth the hunt. Here […] The post Affordable Rentals With Bathrooms That’ll ...

A pool is more than just an amenity. For many people looking for a rental during the summer, it’s a lifestyle. From early-morning swims to evening dips (and some midday sunbathing in between), poolside is the place to be when the weather is warm. These rentals for under $2,000 with a pool turn every day into an […] The post Summer-ready Rentals With a Pool for Under $2,000 appeared first on Trulia's Blog....

Affordability is relative when it comes to apartments for rent. In San Francisco, anything under $4,500 per month can be considered a deal, a figure that might shock a renter in Cleveland, where $850 is the median rate. No matter what the norm is for your area, one thing is true in most places across the country: Rent continues […] The post Rentals So Cheap You Might Consider Moving appeared first on Trulia's Blog....

The brokerage model is being disrupted by technology that makes it easier for real estate agents to run their own show more efficiently. But could bots — backed by AI, automation and big data — help the big property brands deliver new value to agents?...

The trade group sent the email on Wednesday in response to purported concerns by NAR members over comments made during a panel the day prior at Inman Connect San Francisco......

What's in the future for leads, and why are lead conversion startups getting millions in funding? Panelists at Inman Connect San Francisco hashed that out Friday morning....

Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and five boat slips In the mid-1950s, Ray Kappe was just embarking on what turned out to be one of the most innovative and exciting modern architectural careers in Los Angeles. He found instant success in 1954 with one of his earliest projects, the National Boulevard Apartments in West Los Angeles. The next year, a Long Beach couple hired Kappe, who was working out of his office in Reseda, to oversee a remodel of their h

The 1930s home has lovely outdoor spaces Sitting in the backyard of this classic Spanish-style bungalow in Glendale seems like a particularly pleasant way to while away an afternoon. The house sits on an 8,366-square-foot lot alongside the Verdugo Wash, with nice views of the nearby mountains. It was constructed in 1931 and, despite some recent updates, retains a vintage aesthetic, with arched entryways, vaulted ceilings, a wooden door original to the h

Right on Figueroa A developer is planning a 100-unit condo project at Highland Park’s border with Cypress Park. Called NELA Plaza in planning documents, the project would rise on a triangular property at Avenue 39, Figueroa Street, and Pasadena Avenue that houses a recycling center. The project would hold five levels of residential units over two floors of parking, for a total of seven stories. It would also contain 14 “bi-level commercial units.