Author Archive for:   Maurice & Rustad

05-31-2021  | 0 Comments  |  by Maurice & Rustad  |  Published in Blog Posts

Read the original article here: https://urbanize.city/la/post/westwood-senior-housing-belmont-village-10822-wilshire 12-story senior housing project clears a hurdle in Westwood. It would replace Westwood Presbyterian Church’s parking lot. A Texas-based real estate firm’s plan to bring new senior housing to Westwood has cleared a key hurdle. May 18th, the Los Angeles City Council voted to adopt a sustainable communities environmental […]

05-12-2020  | 0 Comments  |  by Maurice & Rustad  |  Published in Blog Posts

Wilshire Corridor Neighbors: Have you found yourself curious about property values? Are prices dropping? Is anyone selling or buying? What’s the state of the current housing market? As your Wilshire Corridor experts, we track the answers to these questions closely, and distribute market reports every quarter. During this critical time, however, we recognize our neighbors’ […]

04-23-2020  | 0 Comments  |  by Maurice & Rustad  |  Published in Blog Posts

Wilshire Corridor Condo Sales Stats The Wilshire Corridor real estate market had a VERY strong start in 2020: 41 condos sold in the first three months. Both the median sold price per square foot and the median sold price increased to new record highs during this period, signaling that the year began with a high level of […]

02-6-2020  | 0 Comments  |  by Maurice & Rustad  |  Published in Blog Posts

Across the city’s downtown and Westside—home to affluent enclaves including Pacific Palisades and Beverly Hills—sales of new, high-end condos soared 74.4% in the last three months of 2019 compared to the same period in 2018, the brokerage said. At the same time, the median price rose 17.9% to $2.2 million.   Read More: https://www.mansionglobal.com/articles/los-angeless-luxury-new-condos-see-surge-in-sales-211371

01-9-2020  | 0 Comments  |  by Maurice & Rustad  |  Published in Blog Posts

With fires in Southern California becoming an increasingly frequent occurrence, what happens to the real-estate market in a high-risk neighborhood like Crestwood Hills after it has been hit? “For those who lost their homes, it will be a challenging and difficult couple of years to rebuild,” says Tregg Rustad, estates director with Rodeo Realty who […]

01-1-2020  | 0 Comments  |  by Maurice & Rustad  |  Published in Blog Posts

What we saw in 2019: The beginning of 2019 was dominated by talk of a potential recession. On the Corridor, we started to see signs that prices were peaking, and inventory began to increase. However, interest rates dropped to near historical lows – that energized buyers whom came back into the market. We finished the […]

08-15-2018  | 0 Comments  |  by Maurice & Rustad  |  Published in Blog Posts

The 7 story, 54 unit luxury building has just made its debut on the Wilshire Corridor. Amenities include Valet Parking, Concierge/Doorman, Bar, Banquet hall, exercise studio and an amazing rooftop terrace. The main unit mix is comprised of 2 Bedroom/2 Bathroom (1,427 s.f.) and 3 Bedroom/4 Bathroom (3,000 s.f.) residences, with luxury penthouses available on […]

04-24-2018  | 0 Comments  |  by Maurice & Rustad  |  Published in Blog Posts

A nearly 10-year-old plan for a high-rise development in Westwood has shown its first sign of life in years. Los Angeles-based developer Indivest has applied for the first in a series of building permits needed to construct the Gayley at Wilshire, a proposed 29-story condo tower near UCLA. The project, named for its location at […]

02-3-2017  | 0 Comments  |  by Maurice & Rustad  |  Published in Blog Posts

LA TIMES HOME OF THE DAY: Ultra-modern condo rises above Wilshire Boulevard This 15th-floor corner condominium in the Diplomat building features ultra-contemporary interiors and an open concept floor plan. The formal entry leads to light and bright gallery-worthy spaces with views that extend from Century City to the ocean. Address: 10350 Wilshire Blvd., No. 1504, […]

10-6-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Maurice & Rustad  |  Published in Blog Posts

  “The most interesting part of Tregg Rustad’s work is putting the pieces of a real estate transaction together. “No two deals are the same,” he says. “Each has its own complications, details, personalities involved. That’s the fun part, working to get the best result for my clients.” Read the full publication here