On Demand Services in Los Angeles

 

Jobs like Lyft and other rideshare companies are a great way to earn additional income with the On Demand Economy. So is renting out your place or unused belongings on sites like Airbnb. But did you know there is now a “Uber” or “Airbnb” for just about everything? As an independent contractor, you can dog sit, make new friends through cooking, or care for children and the elderly. You can even find other driving jobs like Uber where you won’t have to worry about Uber partner reviews or whether your customer will tip.

 

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Lyft matches drivers with passengers who request rides (and pay for the trip) through a smart phone app. As a driver, you’ll earn money by driving your own car, on your own schedule.

If you apply using my referral link, you’ll also pocket an extra bonus. (For example, Los Angeles referrals get $850 after giving 500 rides in their first 60 days.) See the terms at https://lft.to/terms.

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John Aaroe Group

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Posted on October 13, 2017 at 5:15 AM
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52 Fun Things to Do for Halloween in Los Angeles 2017

Being both woke and in need of escapism seems to be a recurring theme for 2017, making Halloween even more necessary than usual this year.

As the holiday falls on a Tuesday this year, the weekend preceding is absolutely JAM-PACKED with spookily-themed offerings. And that doesn’t even account for all the great Halloween-ish events leading up to the end of the month.

 

Listed below in chronological order from start date. Numbered for reference.

1. Haunted Hayride at the Old Zoo in Griffith Park with discount tickets available through Goldstar  (now through Oct. 31)

2. Boo at the LA Zoo (now through Oct. 31)

3. Knotts Scary Farm (now through Oct. 31)

4. Reign of Terror Haunted House in Thousand Oaks (now through Oct. 31)

5. Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor (now through Nov. 1)

6. Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios (now through Nov. 4)

7. Wicked Lit 2017 at Mountain View Mausoleum with discount tickets available through Goldstar (through Nov. 11)

Listed below in chronological order from start date. Numbered for reference.

8. CreepLA: Lore (through Nov. 12)

9Paramount After Dark Tours: Tales from the Other Side with discount tickets available through Goldstar (through Nov. 18)

10. Classic Horror Tuesday Matinees at LACMA  (Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31)

11. Silent Classic Horror Festival at Old Town Music Hall (Oct. 6-29)

12Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch at Platform LA (Oct. 6-30)

13. Urban Death: Tour of Terror with discount tickets available through Goldstar (Oct. 6-31)

14. All-Night Horror Show at New Beverly Cinema (Oct. 7)

15. The Damn Devillez: Horror Cosplay Burlesque at Three Clubs with discount tickets available through Goldstar (Oct. 13)

16. Friday the 13th on Friday the 13th at Vista Theatre (Oct. 13)

17. 17th Annual Ghost Train in Griffith Park (Oct. 13-31)

18.  Beware the Dark Realm: An award-winning haunted house in Santa Clarita. (Oct. 14, 20, 21, 27, & 28) FREE

19. Italo Horror Disco in Highland Park (Oct. 18)

20. The Nightmare Before Christmas with 4-D Effects at El Capitan Theatre with discount tickets available through Goldstar (Oct. 20-31)

21. 34th Annual Hollywood Forever Cemetery Walking Tour (Oct. 21)

22. Halloween & Mourning Movie Night at Heritage Square (Oct. 21)

23. Halloween Film Festival at Los Feliz 3 Cinema (Oct. 21) FREE

24. Night of 1000 Devils (Oct. 21)

25Monster Tour at Descanso Gardens (Oct. 21, 22, 28, 29)

26. Lucha VaVOOM: The Smell of Fear — A Halloween Spectacle (Oct. 25-26)

27. Double Feature: Brides of Dracula & Hollywood Scares at Alex Theatre in Glendale (Oct. 26)

28. Scare-amount Ranch in Agoura Hills (Oct. 27) FREE

29. Halloween Party With Rolling Stones Tribute ‘The Ultimate Stones’ at The Rose in Pasadena with discount tickets available through Goldstar (Oct. 28)

30. Project Club LA’s Project Halloween with discount tickets available through Goldstar (Oct. 28)

31. Velveteeria’s Hollywood Halloween at Velveteeria: Museum of Velvet Paintings (Oct. 28)

32. All Night Horrorthon at Santa Monica’s Aero Theatre (Oct. 28)

33. L.A.’s Day of the Dead at Hollywood Forever Cemetery (Oct. 28)

34. Spanish-Language Screening of Dracula (1931) at Linwood Dunn Theatre (Oct. 28)

35. KCRW Masquerade Ball in DTLA (Oct. 28)

36. Angels & Demons: LA Halloween Costume Ball (Oct. 28)

37. Tales From the Crypt + Tribute to a Haunted Mansion at Bob Baker Marionette Theater (Oct. 28-29)

38. 14th Annual Halloween & Mourning Tours at Heritage Tour Museum (Oct. 28-29)

39. The Haunt with No Name in Tarzana (Oct. 28-31)

40. The House on Haunted Hill in Woodland Hills (Oct. 28-31)

41. The Haunted Shack 20th Year in Torrance (Oct. 28, 31) FREE

42Part Time Punks Annual Goth Ball at The Echo (Oct. 29)

43. Halloween Seance in Echo Park (Oct. 29)

44. Ghostbusters (1984) Screening at Egyptian Theatre (Oct. 29)

45. Harry Houdini Halloween Vigil at Dearly Departed Tours (Oct. 31)

46. West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval (Oct. 31) FREE

47Nightmare on Hollywood Boulevard with discount tickets available through Goldstar  (Oct. 31)

48. Carnival of Souls at Aero Theatre (Oct. 31)

49. Halloween Screening: Dawn of the Dead at Armand Hammer Museum (Oct. 31) FREE

50. Phantom of pera (1925) Screening with Organ at Walt Disney Concert Hall (Oct. 31)

51. Haunted Hollywood Walk of Fame Tour (ongoing)

52. Dearly Departed Tours (ongoing)the O

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Posted on October 13, 2017 at 3:43 AM
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What does it mean to be A Holistic Realtor?

What does it mean to be holistic?
It’s about recognizing the interconnected aspects of a person or situation. A holistic agent is someone who guides their clients through the real estate experience while taking the well-being of the whole person into account. The goal in holistic real estate is to go through what can be a very stressful process with special care for the physical, mental, and emotional health of all concerned. Through this awareness, it is possible to find joy and greater health in the experience.

I help my clients figure out what their best life looks like, I take my time to understand my client’s goals which helps me more clearly understand my client’s vision. I believe you can’t serve your client well if you focus only on selling a home in their price range. It has to be about more: Do they want a sign on the property, scheduling visits that work with their schedule, do they want open houses, and do they need a replacement property before they sell.

Holistic medicine is known for taking the traditional use of intellect, facts, and figures, and incorporating other elements of life into the process, Holistic real estate does the same thing. I still run comparative marketing analyses, urges clients to have inspections, keeps up on legal updates, does due diligence, and encourages buyers or sellers to do their tasks. “We are making the most of our mind’s potential by coupling the wisdom of our body and acknowledging the unknown (the spirit or soul).

What do clients think of you?
My clients are better suited to answer this for you. Here’s what some of them have said.

Evelyn.K
My husband and I been working with Will for a couple of months now and we absolutely love him. We are so blessed to have him guiding us through out the purchase of our very first home. If you are looking for an agent contact Will. He is the BEST!!!

Jeff. C
Highly recommended. Worked with Will for a little over a year. He’s very patient and does not force you into making an offer on a home that you don’t necessarily like just to make a quick buck. I was very picky on what I was looking for and Will was always patient. Thanks for all of your help Will.

Quick Snapshot
Member of the Inglewood Board of Realtors®
Member of the National Association of Realtors
Member of the California Association of Realtors
Member of (YPN) Young Professional Network

 

 

 


Posted on September 3, 2017 at 6:18 AM
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Why Rent When You Can Own

down payment assistance

You’re ready to buy your first home, but you can’t seem to get far
enough ahead to save for the down payment.

If you have good credit (640 fico) and a stable work history, you
may qualify for a down payment assistance program. If you have
never owned a home or haven’t owned in three years, then call me
to learn about the AWESOME loan programs available for people
that do not have savings for a down payment. To find out if a
similar program is available or if you qualify, give me a call today.

580 Fico or better
Stable work history
Have not purchased a home in the last 3 years
Money can be used for Downpayment and Closing Cost
You can purchase up to $600,000
4 Months Reserves (monthly payment $1,000=$4,000 in reserves)

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Posted on September 3, 2017 at 5:55 AM
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Smart home features: Are they worth the splurge?

 

In only three years, the number of Americans who claim to understand what a smart home is has jumped 53 percent, according to a Finn Futures survey. This doesn’t mean we’re all adopting the connected home technology, however. In fact, the survey finds that 59 percent of Americans don’t plan on doing so soon and cite cost as the main barrier.

Yes, it’s pricey, but some features may just be worth the money, while others may not.

Smart locks

The Finn survey finds that 55 percent of respondents want automated, or “smart” door locks. Interestingly, these locks don’t make your home any more secure than your deadbolt does because they work with the deadbolt, not instead of it. “You’re paying for convenience (not necessarily security), according to cnet.com’s Ry Crist.
Depending on the type you choose, from the key fob, password entry and fingerprint recognition to Bluetooth or Wi-Fi enabled, smart locks can be quite pricey so consider why you want one before purchasing. If it’s for the convenience factor, go for it. If you’re concerned about home security, forego the lock and invest in a smart home camera, an alarm system or motion-sensing doorbell instead.

Smart thermostat

One of the top smart home gadgets that the Finn survey respondents want is the smart thermostat (44 percent want one). What can a smart thermostat do that the trusty old programmable one can’t?
Make life more convenient is the obvious answer if you’ve ever tried to program a standard thermostat. Not only is it time-consuming but they are limited in how many different programs you can use.

Smart thermostats, on the other hand, are connected to the Internet and controlled by other devices, such as smartphones. The number of programs you can use is unlimited and programming them is simple. In fact, if you purchase a learning thermostat, such as Nest, you won’t need to program it at all. It promises that after only one week, it will have “learned” your routine and automatically adapted to it.

We think it’s worth the splurge (about $249) because it helps save money on utility bills. In fact, three studies of the Nest Learning Thermostat, based on a comparison of utility bills from before installation of Nest and after the installation, showed that users saved an average 10 to 12 percent on their heating bills and 15 percent on cooling. Impressive enough for the Nest thermostat to become ENERGY STAR certified by the EPA.

Smart lighting

Coming in third as the most desirable smart home feature is smart lighting. This feature allows you to program the lights in your home to turn on, off and even dim via a remote device (such as your smartphone).

You may want to program the gadget to turn on the porch light at dusk, or as you ‘round the corner in your neighborhood on your way home from work, turn on random lights around the house when you’ll be out of town or, if you have a teenager that leaves a trail of lit rooms in his or her wake, turn off lights when someone leaves a room. In the latter case, smart lighting may save you money on your electric bills.

Smart smoke alarms

If a smoke alarm in a home is activated and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? It does if it’s smart and connected. Smart alarms send a warning to your phone, a handy feature if a fire breaks out while you’re at work.

We think they’re worth it mainly for the sense of security they provide but also because you may receive homeowner insurance discounts. Check with your insurance representative before purchasing a smart smoke alarm because some insurers have a list of those they consider “qualified.”

Homeowners aren’t yet jumping on the smart home bandwagon, but homebuilders are and don’t be surprised within the next few years to find newly constructed homes offering a full package of connected-home options.


Posted on May 17, 2017 at 12:51 AM
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Buying a condo with an FHA-backed loan

Most home sales go through without a hitch but there is always a chance that one will hit a snag somewhere along the line. Many of these are minor irritants, some are downright disappointments.

Few of the latter compared to falling head-over-heels for a condo only to learn that the community isn’t HUD-approved so you can’t use your FHA-backed loan for the purchase.

In reality, if you’re working with the right real estate agent, this shouldn’t happen; he or she should be checking the condo complex’s approval status before even showing you the home.

When it does happen, however, it typically leaves the buyer dazed and confused. Let’s take a look at what FHA requires of condo buyers that differ from its single-family home requirements.

The basic FHA requirements

Lenders have a tough job, especially when it comes to buyers using an FHA-backed loan to purchase a condo. Not only must it determine if the borrower is a decent credit risk, but it must also take into account the risk of loaning money for a home that is governed by a homeowner association. And, regardless of your creditworthiness, if the HOA has problems, the lender and/or FHA will deny the loan.

Some HOA problems that FHA frowns upon include:

  • A high number of rentals in the community. FHA rules demand that, at a minimum, 50 percent of units must be occupied by the homeowner. In 2016, HUD changed the minimum to 35 percent, under certain circumstances. Learn more about those circumstances at HousingWire.
  • The homeowner association fee delinquency rate must be lower than 15 percent of the budget.
  • No investor/entity may own more than 50 percent of the units in the community, but only if half of the units in the community are owner occupied. So, if Warren Buffet or some random Saudi Prince decides to snatch up 52 percent of the homes in a condo community, the complex will be denied HUD approval.
  • FHA will not guarantee loan repayment on a condo community that is in litigation. Once the litigation is settled (which can take years), the community can be considered for certification. Litigation examples run the gamut from the HOA suing the developer for construction defects to the famous cases of homeowners suing the HOA for the right to fly an American flag and the proper disposal of pet waste.
  • The HOA’s cash reserves must be equal to or in excess of one-years’ worth of the association fees. FHA wants to see that the HOA has sufficient reserves to cover expensive repairs or replacements.

This is by no means the entire list of requirements but represents some of those we most frequently come across. They are quite demanding – so much so that in 2013, about 60 percent of U.S. condo complexes seeking certification were denied, according to John McDermott of National Mortgage News.

Sure, it’s tedious, but the FHA process has advantages

Any home purchase requires a certain amount of due diligence. The buyer’s legal duty is to thoroughly inspect the property and the paperwork that goes with it, before going through with the purchase. Typically, the onus for this due diligence is on the buyer, but in the case of an FHA-backed loan for a condo, HUD does a lot of it for you.

Yes, you still need to read and understand every word on every document included in the HOA documents provided to you before you close on the home. While you’re trying to wrap your brain around covenants, conditions, and restrictions, however, FHA will be poring over the financial solvency of the HOA. While they may just find something distasteful in these documents, knowing that they’re scrutinizing the HOA’s budget and other financials should bring you peace of mind.

Becoming HUD-certified isn’t a one-off task, either. The association must reapply every two years.

Finally, owning a home in an HUD-certified community makes it easier to sell down the line.

Avoid disappointment

If you’re toying with the idea of buying a condo with that FHA-backed loan, do yourself a favor and check out HUD’s list of certified communities. Then, avoid looking at those that aren’t on the list. You’ll find the online database, here.


Posted on May 17, 2017 at 12:38 AM
Will Thomas | Posted in first time home buyer | Tagged , , ,

BUY YOUR HOME WITH $0 DOWN!

You’re ready to buy your first home, but you can’t seem to get far
enough ahead to save for the down payment.

If you have good credit (640 fico) and a stable work history, you
may qualify for a down payment assistance program. If you have
never owned a home or haven’t owned in three years, then call me
to learn about the AWESOME loan programs available for people
that do not have savings for a down payment.

• 640 Fico or better
• Stable work history(2yrs.)
• Have not purchased a home in the last 3 yrs.

To find out if a similar program is available or if you qualify, give me a call today.


Will
Realtor
John Aaroe Group
p: 310.652.6285 m: 323.359.6719
a: 3717 S. La Brea Ave #102 Los Angeles, CA 90016


Posted on May 4, 2017 at 7:58 PM
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City of Hawthorne OKs demolition of long-abandoned mall

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For the first time since the Hawthorne Plaza mall was completely shuttered in the late 1990s, building plans have been submitted to City Hall calling for new construction to begin there early next year.

The significant step comes after a decade of standstill between city leaders and the mall’s owner over the decrepit site that once housed J.C. Penney, The Broadway, and Montgomery Ward department stores as well as a range of other retailers.

The plans envision a mega mixed-use development with more than 1 million square feet of commercial space that includes a movie theater, gym, restaurants, bowling alley and other entertainment options among large and small retailers. Offices and 600 housing units will be woven into the less trafficked portions of the project.

“As a council we’ve done, in a year, what hasn’t been done in the last 20 years. That’s the bottom-line truth,” Mayor Alex Vargas said. “Because we cut out the B.S. We cut out the petty politics and are just doing the people’s business.”

Three previous rough development plans floated by West Hollywood-based developer Charles Co. were turned down by City Council members who said they didn’t like the designs.

On Nov. 22, the City Council approved, on a 4-0 vote, a deal to provide financial support for the development by diverting some property tax revenue to the project in the future.

The Hawthorne Boulevard-facing mall stretches from 120th Street south past 126th Street. It’s apocalyptic look, with broken down elevators and hollowed-out stores covered in graffiti, has been used as a backdrop for many films and TV shows over the years.

The site’s massive $500 million transformation will begin by relocating Los Angeles County workers housed in temporary offices in the mall since 2001 to an adjacent office building that will be built at 126th Street within a year.

Once the new $25 million office building is finished and workers are moved, the mall will be demolished, City Manager Arnie Shadbehr said. An underground parking garage will be constructed, and the existing three-story parking garage will be retrofitted to allow for two levels of offices above.

“I can see some hope now,” said Shadbehr, who has worked feverishly to hasten the mall’s development this year. “We can break ground as soon as February.”

Shadbehr was appointed interim city manager last year after city officials revealed that former City Manager Michael Goodson lied about a growing budget deficit. With the support of former Mayor Chris Brown, Goodson and other top city leaders secretly spent tens of thousands of dollars on incidentals like meals and travel expenses.

Since taking over City Hall, Shadbehr has focused on closing a roughly $6 million structural budget deficit. He worked closely with City Attorney Russell Miyahira to renegotiate the city’s debt payments to save $2 million in annual fees.

“The renegotiation of our loan obligations, the hotel project across the street and the Hawthorne mall project are going to close the budget gap and, eventually, in a few years we’ll have a surplus,” Vargas said. “That’s our three-point economic recovery plan.”

Councilwoman Olivia Valentine praised Shadbehr for pursuing economic solvency so doggedly.

“If it weren’t for him, we would never have had the mall at this stage now,” Valentine said. “Arnie and his staff have pushed this thing and pushed it so that we really do owe him a debt of gratitude.”


Posted on November 30, 2016 at 4:55 AM
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The Myth of the Real Estate Bubble: West L.A. Prices Will Continue to Climb

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With home prices in the Westside already very high, it seems counter-intuitive to purchase a property there. Indeed, some real estate writers in the media are predicting another real estate bubble is about ready to burst.

They are wrong – very wrong.

The Westside is in the midst of an explosive economic trajectory that is unprecedented but solid. Well-established social media, technology and other companies that originated in Seattle and California’s Silicon Valley have now established roots in Los Angeles that are very deep. Indeed, the Westside has been re-branded by locals as “Silicon Beach.” Councilman Mike Bonin has said about the community of Playa Vista he serves, where many of these companies are operating, that it is “. . . the tech and innovation capital of Los Angeles.”

Here are some of the astounding numbers that underscore the seismic shift in business for this area:

Google already leases 100,000 square feet in three buildings in Venice. But it has since purchased 12 acres for $120 million in Playa Vista that is zoned for up to 900,000 square feet of commercial space and it is expected to lease the old Hughes Hangar that is yet another 319,000 square feet. In all, up to 6,000 highly-skilled, highly-paid technology employees will be able to fill that space. They will all be looking for housing and will expect that housing to be high quality and reflect their financial success.

Google subsidiary YouTube also rents a 41,000 square-foot video production facility in a nearby former Hughes building in Playa Vista.

Facebook may be leasing 35,000 square feet at Playa Vista’s Playa Jefferson.

Yahoo and Microsoft also have large presences in Playa Vista. And that’s just the big names.

This new technological hub is attracting not only local but out-of-area talent as well. For now, however, the big news is that available housing is definitely lagging and unable to meet the demand for young people flush with money and plenty of purchasing power.

Here are the hard, cold numbers: in Playa Vista, there are currently just nine homes for sale, only four of which are single family residences (SFRs). The cheapest home is $1,549,000. That price gets the buyer a 3 bedroom, 2,314 square foot home with no back yard, just a very modest patio with a view of the neighbors’ wall. Prices per square foot start at $630 and easily reach over $900.

In the past 90 days, the least expensive 3 bedroom home in the same area recently sold for $725,000 – again, no yard. The highest priced one was $1,850,000.

Fourteen homes – mostly condos – are in escrow.

In other words, there is a dramatic shortage of available housing in the area to soak up the demand of well-heeled home buyers. Any economist will tell you that when demand far outpaces supply, prices can only keep climbing due to shortage and what we call the inelasticity of demand.

Does this scenario still look like a bubble to you?


Posted on November 22, 2016 at 6:39 AM
Will Thomas | Posted in Uncategorized |

Willowbrook’s Magic Johnson Park will get a sports complex, equestrian center, and more

Big changes are on the way for Earvin “Magic” Johnson Park, now that the LA County Board of Supervisors has approved an ambitious plan to renovate and expand the already very large park starting in 2018. The six-phase project includes the construction of an amphitheater, event center, reflecting pool, and state-of-the-art sports complex, among many other amenities. It also calls for the annexation of the adjacent sites of the former Ujima Village Apartments and a daycare center, expanding the 104-acre park to a roomy 126 acres.

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An announcement from County Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas notes that the park improvements are part of a “renaissance of Willowbrook,” the unincorporated area of South LA that is also home to the recently revamped MLK Medical Center.

In a series of public outreach hearings, the project planners found that residents of the area had an array of concerns about the current park, ranging from security and safety issues to complaints about duck poop and worries that the park’s central pond may be contaminated.

Willowbrook Kayaks

These latter concerns are not unfounded—the park is situated on the former site of an Exxon Mobil tank farm, and in 2007 the Regional Water Quality Control Board ordered the oil company to begin remediating contaminated groundwater on the site. Construction on the first phase of the park redesign will have to wait until after environmental specialists have given the go-ahead.

So far, the most controversial aspect of the plan is the construction of equestrian facilities, along with a 1.75-mile horse path. While area groups like the Compton Junior Posse, a youth equestrian organization, have actively supported the facilities (naturally), some residents are concerned that they may take up too much space, or that they will simply smell bad. Expect this debate to continue for some time, as the equestrian center will not be included in early phases of the project.

Altogether, the redesign is expected to take about 18 years to complete, at a cost of up to $135 million.


Posted on November 13, 2016 at 7:43 AM
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