There’s no question—Los Angeles is evolving. Once peripheral pockets of town are now burgeoning with life and allure. Every day, one corner or another of our sprawling city welcomes a new residential development, upscale restaurant, or hip cafe.
From tiny, hand-curated boutiques to massive showrooms, Los Angeles is a veritable playground for homeowners on the hunt for furniture and decor.
If you’re looking to buy a home in Los Angeles, you’ll likely stumble on the option of purchasing with a homeowners association. On the westside, there’s no shortage of HOAs—Serra Retreat Homeowners Association in Malibu, Marquez Knolls Homeowners Association in Pacific Palisades, and Ocean Park Homeowners Association in Santa Monica, to name a few.
When you think of Malibu, what images come to mind? Picturesque sunsets dipping into the horizon? Salt-coated surfers dashing across the PCH, boards in hand? Long stretches of seaside homes kissing the edge of the beach?
There’s no shortage of articles offering tips for staging your home in preparation for an open house. Sometimes buyers need a little nudge to see what’s there beyond the condition, the square footage, and the more obvious selling points.