How much can a landlord raise commercial rent in Studio City?

Rents are skyrocketing to absurd levels across the country, with some areas seeing increases of more than 30%. The state of California’s cost of living has skyrocketed as a result of the state’s record-high inflation. But what about California rents? In Studio City commercial real estate, how much can a landlord legally raise the rent?

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What Is The Best Investment Type In Commercial Real Estate? The Ultimate Guide!

Commercial real estate goes by many names, like commercial property, investment property, or income property, but they all carry the same meaning. Commercial real estate generates profit from rental income or capital gains. It is possible to invest in commercial real estate in a variety of ways. Whether it’s an office building, a duplex, a

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Benefits of Investing in Multifamily Properties

Multifamily homes are essential to the real estate sector. These housing options with many units are seen to be the best and most cost-effective. Additionally, it is inexpensive for individuals through various stages of their of life as well as families. Due to the great demand for these properties among North Hollywood real estate investors,

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Apartments for sale in North Hollywood

4871 Klump Ave 15 Units Apartment Building For sale at $8,500,000, at a 3.55% Cap Rate in North Hollywood, CA Originally built as condominiums in 2008, the Property consists of a mix of seven (7) 2 bedroom + 2 bathroom units and eight (8) 2 bedroom + 2.5 bath units averaging 1,358 net rentable/saleable feet,

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Westfield Malls to be purchased by large European Mall Operator

Sydney and Paris —Europe’s largest commercial property firm Unibail-Rodamco is set to acquire U.S. and U.K. mall owner Westfield Corp. (ASX: WFD) for $15.7 billion. Paris-based Unibail-Rodamco owns and operates a portfolio of 69 shopping centers across major European cities including Paris, Madrid, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Munich, Vienna, Warsaw and Prague. Sydney-based Westfield operates 35 malls

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Hotel Rooftops: Expensive Drinks, Priceless Views

As the Waldorf-Astoria in Beverly Hills opens, there’s specific design elements that can be really attractive. The new industry standard is to create a rooftop vibe. Two new Manhattan hotels feature one of the hottest and most highly coveted amenities in the hospitality industry: rooftop venues that offer food, drink, entertainment and spectacular views. The

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Amazon purchasing Whole Foods Will Remake Shopping Centers

The implications of Amazon’s $13.7-billion Whole Foods Market purchase will go significantly beyond the world of grocery stores, potentially reshaping retail districts in downtowns and suburban shopping areas across America. Not long ago, the typical American strip mall had a video store, music store and a supermarket. However, Napster and iTunes slayed the neighborhood music

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