Leslie Appleton-Young

California Association of Realtors

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Chief economist for the California Association of Realtors

Leslie Appleton-Young on KCRW

Is it really possible that a house with half a bathroom and no kitchen at all could be worth $1.2 million?  That’s the asking price of a cottage in Venice.

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Is it really possible that a house with half a bathroom and no kitchen at all could be worth $1.2 million?  That’s the asking price of a cottage in Venice.

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