Daniel Miller

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Upward Curve for Flats

Special Report: REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

Single family homes and condos are out. Apartments are in.

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Foster City Builder Finds Success in L.A. Rentals

Special Report: REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

Foster City builder Legacy Partners finds success with L.A. rentals.

Broker’s New Arm Homes In on Downtown L.A.

REAL ESTATE: Residential seen as promising sector by Major Properties.

A new residential brokerage has targeted the downtown L.A. market. Major Properties, a downtown commercial and industrial brokerage, launched its Major Properties Residential division Sept. 20.

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Missing Real Estate Broker Found Alive

Ed Rosenthal, the veteran L.A. commercial real estate broker who’d been reported missing in Joshua Tree National Park, was found alive Thursday in critical condition.

Search Continues for L.A. Real Estate Broker

The search continues for veteran commercial real estate broker Ed Rosenthal, who was reported missing after his car was found at the Black Rock campground in Joshua Tree National Park over the weekend.

Prominent Local Real Estate Broker Missing

Veteran commercial real estate broker Ed Rosenthal was reported missing Sunday evening after his car was found left over the weekend at the Black Rock campground in Joshua Tree National Park.

Little Produced In Namvar Sales

Creditors on pace to get 5 cents on the dollar.

Creditors of Ezri Namvar are on pace to receive less than 5 percent of what they are owed.

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Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, This Lease Extension Is Just for You

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Commercial real estate broker Ed Rosenthal, 64, is known as the poet-broker of downtown Los Angeles.

Newport Beach Brokerage Heads North to L.A.

REAL ESTATE: Voit taps ex-CB Richard Ellis trio to open Commerce office.

Voit Real Estate Services LLC, a Newport Beach commercial real estate brokerage and asset services firm, opened its first brokerage office in Los Angeles County on Sept. 1.

Analysts Differ on Impact of Fraud Indictment

Trustee says criminal indictment is unlikely to impact bankruptcy proceedings

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