Natalie Hoberman

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Brokerage Unions Unlikely to Faze L.A. Market

Larger entities scooping up smaller operators a natural part of cycle, analysts say.

The mergers of two local brokerages with national real estate companies announced this month will bring little to no change to the industry, analysts said.

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D.C. Politics Paying Off for Benefits Consultants

ADVISORY: 2017 job levels dip but Obamacare battle stoking demand for services.

Benefits consultant jobs dipped in 2016 but demand is spiking for government policy guidance.

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Production Company Rolls on $20M Site

Production firm Buck Design stages $20 million deal for a Lincoln Heights building complex.

Lincoln Heights Filming Location Sells for $20 Million

Downtown-based production company Buck Design has purchased Columbia Mills, a nine-building complex in Lincoln Heights, for $20 million, according to a brokerage involved in the deal.

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LB High-Rise Fetches Towering $133 Million

Sunset Group proves high on Long Beach with a $132.9 million sale of an apartment tower.

Sunset Group Acquires Long Beach High-Rise for $133 Million

West Hollywood’s Sunset Group has purchased a high-rise multifamily property, known as the Current, in downtown Long Beach for $132.9 million, according to data from real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle.

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Merger Deals Link Local Brokerages

Pacific Union to unite Partners Trust, John Aaroe Group in powerful L.A. County entity.

Gavelytics hopes to court lawyers with its database on Los Angeles Superior Court judges.

Partners Trust Brokerage to Merge with Pacific Union International

Beverly Hills-based brokerage firm Partners Trust announced Thursday it is merging with San Francisco-based Pacific Union International Inc. in a deal that would bolster a new residential real estate leader in the region.

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BMG Expanding into Canada

Music company BMG has announced it plans to expand its operations to Toronto, the company announced Thursday.

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Telecom Firms Rang Up Slew of Deals Last Year

TECHNOLOGY: Workforce numbers stayed relatively flat despite M&A activity.

Telecommunications firms dialed up deals in 2016 but overall employment remained static.

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