With house prices continuing to soar TICs, or Tenants in Common, are growing in popularity among first-time homebuyers looking to own in pricey LA neighborhoods.
“I’d seen a ton of other homes. I just got this feeling from the bones of the house … I saw the shape, I saw the yard, and I saw what I could do with it, and I knew that it was the house to my son in and build from there.”
Luke and Hans, the founders of a full-service creative and production agency, score a beautifully remodeled Craftsman with Tudor flair in Park Hills Heights.
Photographer Ciro Ferreira and educator/singer songwriter Angela Roa moved to their cozy Spanish-style bungalow in Atwater in the late 1990s to live in a neighborhood where their daughter could freely ride her bike.
When Katharine opened the door to a character-filled home with a detached studio in Highland Park she knew.
This apartment for lease is located in South Carthay, a historic neighborhood with a walk score of 80 in the middle of Los Angeles.
The space is a corner penthouse unit oriented to capture views of the surrounding hills from almost every room.
There are moments in our lives when we realize just how lucky we are. This moment was his.
“Wow, just wow!” is how Katrina first described seeing her home; one of four Spanish-style bungalows being sold as tenants in common units in Echo Park.
Their story is the kind of stuff romantic movies are made of; a professionally trained German production designer driven by precision falls in love with a care-free bohemian from California driven by art. Their story is also the kind that gives birth to a successful design-build firm. And, what turned their home – once tragically