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State Law Unlocks Secondary-Dwelling Options for Homeowners

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Homeowners make room for secondary dwellings under a more lenient California law.

Former 99 Cents Only Stores CEO to List Beverly Hills Home for $13.8 Million

He may have sold household products for just a dollar each, but former 99 Cents Only Stores Chief Executive Stephane Gonthier is listing his Beverly Hills mansion for a whole lot more.

Home Brokers Expand by Opening Doors Abroad

L.A. brokers hope to gain ground locally and abroad with foreign offices.

Higher Rents Come Knocking at Affordable Units

HOUSING: City incentives to retain lower rates might not be enough to stave off hikes.

Landlords could see revenue boosts as affordable-housing rent limits expire.

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Musician Calls for Historic Decision on Mansion

REAL ESTATE: Taylor Swift likely to boost cachet but not price of ‘landmark’ home.

Singer Taylor Swift moves to tune up her Beverly Hills mansion with landmark status.

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Mansion’s $250 Million Listing Priced to Light Fire Under Bids

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Sale price of $250 million would put Bel Air megamansion in a neighborhood all its own.

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Toymaker Isaac Larian Buys Malibu Mansion for $24 Million

Isaac Larian, founder of the toy company behind the Bratz dolls, purchased a Frank Gehry-designed beachfront home in Malibu for $24.15 million.

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MedMen Buys New York Medical Marijuana Company Bloomfield Industries

Cannabis management company MedMen is betting on the growth of the medical marijuana market in New York. The Culver City-based company announced Thursday that it acquired financially distressed Bloomfield Industries Inc., one of five organizations licensed to grow and distribute medical marijuana in the state of New York. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Realtors Want to Make Homes for Middle Class

HOUSING: Forum will look at how high costs of living drive out L.A. businesses.

Real estate forum will look at finding ways for the middle class to afford living in Los Angeles.

Rewrite in Store for Newspaper’s Home

New owner Onni Group plans to move in residential, retail space at Times Mirror Square property.

Times Mirror Square complex owner Onni Group homes in on residential and retail plans.

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