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Four Tips to Manage Bidding Wars by Prospective Renters

Utilize these strategies next time a unit ends up with multiple offers!

When Erin Wheelock recently listed a two-bedroom, three-bath condominium in New York City’s Flatiron District, she knew it would be snapped up quickly. What she didn’t expect, however, was that she’d receive six bids the first weekend after the unit hit the market—and that it would end up renting for $13,300, nearly 11 percent over the asking rent of $12,000 per month. The winning bidder also agreed to pay her brokerage commission.

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A century-old Craftsman in L.A. is used as a blueprint for a new ADU

Nestled behind a 100-year-old Craftsman in L.A., a 700-square-foot ADU mirrors the home's period charm and provides housing for an office and extended family....

A century-old Craftsman in L.A. is used as a blueprint for a new ADU
A new General Hospital: Turning an iconic L.A. landmark into homeless housing

After standing mostly vacant for the last 14 years, the iconic General Hospital is nearing a reincarnation as affordable and homeless housing....

A new General Hospital: Turning an iconic L.A. landmark into homeless housing
Why are some of Southern California's most expensive properties left completely empty?

As development fills every crack of L.A. County, some of the most prized parcels are left untouched. Why?...

Why are some of Southern California's most expensive properties left completely empty?
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