Millennials Buying Homes Before Marriage

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A trend among Millennials is increasing the percent of unmarried couples buying homes. They aren’t in a rush to get married, but they’re committed, and purchasing a home together is definitely a sign of commitment while being a much more time-sensitive investment. Compared to 1985, the percent of married first-time homebuyers has dropped 18%, from […]

55+ Options: Torrance

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The city of Torrance offers the bulk of opportunities for senior housing in the South Bay. We’ve identified 10 distinct locations with homes exclusively for those 55 years of age and older. They cover a wide variety of living styles, building ages, community sizes, purchase prices and monthly costs. The available homes change constantly, much […]

Hermosa Beach Approves New ADU Ordinance

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On Tuesday, July 24, the Hermosa Beach City Council approved an ordinance allowing accessory dwelling units (ADUs), also called granny flats or in-law units, on residential lots meeting specific requirements. The lot must already have a single-family residence on it and must also be at least 4000 square feet. The ordinance was initially drafted with […]