Bluff Park Home Once Badly Damaged by 2015 Fire on the Market for $1.699 Million

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A two-story Bluff Park home that made headlines when a fire broke out in 2015, displacing two residents and killing a dog, has been restored and is on the market for a cool $1.699 million.

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Survey Shows Avocado Toast Not to Blame for Lack of Millennial Homeowners

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Avocado toast has gotten a bad wrap as of late. While the cool and crunchy small plate veteran of many a coffee shop may be overpriced, is it really the reason why so many millennials are stuck on the...

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Long Beach’s Ensemble Real Estate Announces Upcoming Projects Amid 20th Anniversary

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Long Beach’s Ensemble Real Estate Solutions and Investments announced three upcoming projects that will contribute to the reshaping of downtown Long Beach, coinciding with the company’s 20th anniversary.

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PEOPLE POST: Financial Preparedness for a Vacation Home

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By John Shadden | As summer begins, you may already be counting down the days until your annual vacation. If you enjoy returning to the same getaway...

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Expanded 1954 Cliff May Home Hits Market in Long Beach

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Situated at 3162 Stevely Ave. in Long Beach is a fresh-on-the-market, expanded Cliff May rancho, mid-mod masterpiece originally built in 1954.

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Powers, Daly & DeRosa-Designed Mid-Mod Masterpiece in Bixby Knolls Hits Market for $1.2M

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Situated in Bixby Knolls, a mid-mod masterpiece designed by the one of the master firms of the era—Powers, Daly and DeRosa—has popped up on the market.

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IN PICTURES: Belmont Heights Baroque Enclave Hits Market for $1.925M

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At first glance, the house at 3702 E 1st St. that just went on the market doesn’t look like much: hidden behind tall shrubbery and a brown fence, a flat, mid-century modern roof peeks above. One would assume the...

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First Market-Based Development in Years to Be Built in East Village

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The northern edge of East Village Arts District will receive yet another facelift by way of the 6th Street Lofts, a mixed-use development on 6th between Elm and Linden.

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