Studio City, CA Real Estate News

By Jon Majarian
(Exclusive Estate Properties, Inc)
Should You Buy or Rent a Home? Is home ownership the right path for you? Should you rent instead? If you rent will you be jeopardizing the possibility of home ownership in the future due to rising real estate values? How fast will your family grow and how much space is needed for your family and their activities? How much money do you have to pay for housing? When is the best time to buy a house? With the rising cost of home ownership in America today, combined with low mortgage rates, many first time buyers face are challenged by the answers to these questions. Buying and owning your own home is more complicated than just having the money for the down payment and monthly mortgage payments. Owning a home requires a tremendous commitment of funds, time, and attention. For some people, ow...
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There's never a shortage of activities in Studio City. That's just one of the reasons why Studio City is such a great place to live.This list courtesy of the Studịo Cịty Sun Paper.Solomon RomanoRe/Max OTB Estateshttp://www.theroyalteam.com***********************************************************************Community Events - Feb/March 2007"How to be a Community Activist" taught by Ellen VukovichSun Community Newspapers contributing writer Ellen Vukovich will teach a one-day seminar at LAVC as part of the Community Education and Extension Program. Feb. 24, 1-5pm. Call (818) 947-2577, ext. 4172.Distinguished Speaker Series at Studio City LibraryDiane Rossen Worthington, an expert on California and contemporary American cuisine, will speak about food and sign her latest book, The New Cal...
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Studio City is an area of Los Angeles bound by Ethel Avenue to the West, the 101 freeway to the north and east, and Mullholland Drive to the south.Studio City only encompasses an area of 4-square miles, but actually has many distint neighborhood areas. The most popular areas are Colfax Meadows, Fryman Estates, The Donas, The Grove, and The Triangle.The origins of Studio City date back from the 1920's, when the Mack Sennett Studios was built. The Studios were home to The Keystone Cops. The studios then became Republic Pictures Studio and is now home to the CBS Radford Studios. According to the 2000 San Fernando Valley Almanac, Studio City's population is 25,842 inhabitants, and 13,086 households. Schools in the area are Carpenter Avenue Elementary School, Walter Reed Middle School, and N...
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