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Culver City Measure RE: Fair Property Transfer Tax? Or 'Millionaire Mansion Tax?'

When Culver City residents cast their ballots in the next two weeks, they will also decide the fate of Measure RE, which would increase the city's real estate transfer tax (RETT) for sales above $1.5 million. If approved, Measure RE would generate...

 

City Council Okays Rates of Real Estate Transfer Tax Initiative

City Council this week approved the "fine-tuned" resolution to place an initiative on the November 3 ballot to increase the city's real property transfer tax (RETT) for sales above $1.5 million. The...

 

Why is the United States Exporting Oil?

According to business media, the U.S. will soon be the world’s number 2 oil exporter. Why are we sending oil overseas when we need to lower gas prices here? Has it really been 46 years since the...

 

"Bulls, Bears and People from Connecticut": A Look A Current State of Culver City Real Estate Market

An increasing number of my clients have asked whether the real estate market is still rising and if we are still in a Seller’s Market and if so how long before we might see a correction? Many people have heard nation or local chatter about slowing...

 

Realty Roundup

Mortgage Rates Jump to 7-Year High Freddie Mac, the quasi-government agency that helps to provide home-byers and refinancers with the cash they need to get new loans, said on Oct. 11 that its weekly poll of lenders shows that mortgage rates have...

 

Culver Home Prices Keep Rising

Home prices in Culver City and across some other parts of the Golden State keep rising, the California Association of Realtors reports, but sales are slowing as mortgage-rates rise and more potential homebuyers are knocked-out by those climbing...

 

Home Prices Rise but Foreclosures Grow More Worrisome

The median price of a single-family home in the state reached a record $600,860 in May, the California Association of Realtors said last week, while prices in Culver City and the rest of the Los...

 

$2.5 Billion Needed To Protect An Oil Company Blowout?

Sometime in Mid-September Culver City is planning to put out an Oil and Gas Drilling Regulations Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Public to review and comment on, Citizen Activists...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    July 20, 2017

Inglewood Oil Field

Dear Editor, As many residents learned last week the new operator of the Inglewood Oil Field, Sentinel Peak Resources, dropped its request that Culver City delay its release of the draft Oil Drilling...

 

Big Trouble In Fox Hills? Please Read On

Are developers causing trouble for Fox Hills? Could greedy developers be behind the large group of youths causing trouble at the Fox Hills Mall and in Fox Hills? Are the developers secretly using social media to target youths in South Central Los...

 

Big Trouble In Fox Hills? Please Read On

Are developers causing trouble for Fox Hills? Could greedy developers be behind the large group of youths causing trouble at the Westfield Culver City and in Fox Hills? Are the developers secretly...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    News    April 13, 2017

A Well-Deserved Tribute To Fox Hills

The last bastion of segregation in Los Angeles County . . . Some time ago in the late ‘ 60s, a young white couple moved into the lowlands (the non-Fox Hills area) of Culver City, and they were told...

 

Columnist Likes Kim Nguyen For Superior Court Judge

Kim Nguyen is running for Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Office 158. Kim placed first in the June primary election, and is now facing off against the second place finisher. Currently, Kim is...

 

Skyscraper To Tower Over Culver City

The City of Los Angeles has in recent years lined the edges of Culver City with large projects dwarfing over the 40 foot height limit imposed by Culver City voters decades ago. Now comes a project so...

 

Police Need to Explain Procedures

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist The Mayor and the Police Chief should be on the Culver City television station talking about procedures with choke holds, tasers, shoot-to-kill policy, etc.,...

 

Online Spying Causes Much Concern

I’m not a computer whiz kid as many of us know, but I have been reading about this new malware and I am very concerned. It seems this advanced malware was used to spy on private companies,...

 
 By Mike King    Real Estate    May 18, 2014

Culver City Home Prices Average $1M In April

Single Family Homes As the market rages on all over the country (Click here see Case Shiller index here) , the local real estate activity continues to amaze even the more experienced realtors among us...

 

Culver City Home Buyers Face Uphill Battle

Single-Family Homes Seems that every month I repeat the same thing, Culver City real estate prices hit new highs. For all current homeowners out there it's nothing but good news. Homebuyers, on the...

 

Home Mortgage Interest Rates Set to Rise?

Since time immemorial, the conundrum for potential homebuyers, is WHEN to buy. Culver City real estate prices have risen significantly in the last two years. Single-family home prices have already...

 

Culver Homes are Selling Fast

Buyers Find Less On The Market Culver City is one of the most desirable places to live in the greater Los Angeles area. But is it currently difficult to buy a home here? That may depend on the buyers...

 
 By Cheryl Giraud    News    April 4, 2012

Culver Hotel Thrives with Makeover

Cheryl Giraud Special to the Observer Founded by Harry Culver in 1924, the iconic triangle-shape property located in the heart of downtown, the historic Culver Hotel recently went through a massive...

 

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