L.A. County condo sale ends amid condo boom

The sale of L.S. Forest Hills condominium in Los Angeles County will end this week, a company announced Tuesday.

The sale of River Place condominium at the Lakeview Condominiums complex on the west side of the city will close at the end of this month, said L.L.A.-based developer L.E.T. Development.

The company said it has retained two outside firms to evaluate the potential sale of the condominium and to provide a final determination by April 11.

The River Place condo opened in 2017, and was purchased in late 2017 by L.C. Condo Company, which had a $1.3 billion purchase offer from River Place LLC for a $100 million, 5.5-story building.

Lakeside condominium owners also purchased River Place in late 2018, with a $75 million, 6-story project.

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A-based developer, which is part of the Lakeland Development Group, plans to open the River Place building to residential occupancy in 2018.LAKELAND-based L.J. Realty is the owner of River place and Lakeview condominium complexes.

The project, which includes six buildings totaling 11 stories, includes four retail units, a restaurant and a residential amenity tower.

The developer said it plans to build a new retail and restaurant on the top floor of RiverPlace and Lake View condominium buildings, but declined to provide any additional details about the new location.

Laksan Properties, a subsidiary of the Laksan Development Group of California, will purchase River Place.

The Laksans will operate the River place property and the Lakeplace condominium.

How to buy a Jerusalem condo without a broker

An Israeli man has started a blog that lets people find out how to buy Jerusalem condo apartments without a brokerage.

A week ago, a local real estate broker called to inform that a new owner of a new Jerusalem condominium had sold it to a foreigner who had been living there for less than a year.

According to the post on the blog, the buyer, who goes by the name “Hava,” bought the condo for about US$100,000.

The buyer was then able to purchase another condo with his name and address, which are now being registered at the Jerusalem Real Estate Board, which has a listing of the new condo.

According for a post on this website, the seller is “Havana” who is from Turkey.

The post says that the buyer’s wife had recently returned to the country from Turkey and he has a daughter who is now studying in Turkey.

According the post, the condo was located on a hilltop in the Jerusalem suburb of Sefer Etzion and the building was built in 1874.

The seller has told the Post that he had no idea of the buyer and had no connections to the building’s owner.

However, the Post reported that the broker told the buyer that he did not have any conflicts of interest because he was working for the local government and that the condo owner had no financial interest in the building.

The Post said the broker, who is currently under investigation for his role in the sale, was unavailable for comment.