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14 Questions & Answers to Discover if Relocating to Los Angeles is for You

Last year Forbes published an article to help people make the tough decision of whether or not to relocate. The original piece asked some really important questions, and we would like to answer a few to help you decide whether or not you should move to Los Angeles. 1. Will I love my new job? […]

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The Easiest Way to Navigate LA Traffic

The traffic in Los Angeles is not one of the city’s finer points. Like the beaches, the mountains and the celebrities, it’s something that just exists in a city of 10 million people. The key to navigating LA’s traffic is planning ahead. Actually it’s more than planning, it’s strategic. In most places where it would […]

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18 Places You Can Walk to from Your Apartment

Because our tenants haven’t lived in L.A. for long, we often receive questions from them about the nearest attractions and cool places near our apartments that are close enough for them to walk to. Fortunately for our tenants, we’re located close to quite a few attractions – we planned it that way. Driving can be […]

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Why We’re Ditching Cable and Satellite in our Furnished Apartments

May 7, 2014 Housing 1 Comment

I love upgrades that cut costs – especially when cutting costs means we can offer more upgrades in other areas of our units. This time around, we’re taking a closer look at cable and satellite TV. Fewer people than ever watch TV – in the traditional sense. It’s all about convenience and tuning in on […]

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7 Most commonly asked questions we get as a Furnished Apartment Provider:

October 2, 2011 Housing 4 Comments

(These are asked whether the information is already our email to them or not.) Q: When do I get the security deposit back? Do you take any charges out of it? A: The only times we are forced to take funds from the deposit are when the utility overage is high above the amount we […]

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LA is so Relaxed, Carmegeddon Was a Big Deal

July 27, 2011 General No Comments

Recently, LA had a lot of news hype over the 405 Freeway shut down for 53 hours, on the weekend, between two major freeways. They named it “Carmageddon,”and predicted that all major freeways would be conjested for hours but it turned out to be a quiet, peaceful weekend with most of the freeways clear of […]

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Stability In the Housing Market

October 19, 2010 General 3 Comments

September, the month that started our real estate stabilization, brought new home builders and a sense of hope that the worst recession since the 1930s may be steadying. At the same time, foreclosures hit a record high with Bank of America and investigations into JP Morgan Chase and Ally Financial. “At least we’re making some […]

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11 Questions to Ask When Renting a Furnished Apartment

August 3, 2010 General 4 Comments

11 Questions You Should Worry About Asking With Any Other Corporate Apartment Company: Is the price guaranteed? -Always get this in writing. When people are pressed for time, the chance of spotting something irregular or misleading is decreased dramatically. Would the price drop if I were to book for a longer time frame? This is […]

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Miracle Mile in a Nutshell

July 13, 2010 Housing 1 Comment

The Miracle Mile community in Los Angeles is everything you could want in LA –From food to kooky shops, to art museums and pristine culture. Miracle Mile is for those who want it all. That’s why we’ve made this our target area where we hand-pick apartments for our tenants. For some of our guests, a […]

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Letter to Landlords

May 26, 2010 General 1 Comment

LA Furnished Apartments 462 N. McCadden Place Los Angeles, CA 90004 Tel. 323 788 4483 Fax 323 965 9963 Website: http://www.FurnApt.com Email: LA@FurnApt.com Corporate Apartments are the same exact apartment and type of tenant you are leasing to now. One difference is I am the tenant and our tenant is a tenant. You meet him, […]

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