Paul Habibi

a lecturer on real estate at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and an expert witness for Grayslake Advisors

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Lecturer in Real Estate at the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management, and a developer of apartment buildings

Paul Habibi on KCRW

LA’s real estate market is a little confounding right now.

Rent drops in LA but rises in Inland Empire. Median home price in California hits record

LA’s real estate market is a little confounding right now.

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After the concrete was poured in the 1930's to make it a flood-control channel, nobody thought much about the LA River.

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If you've been to the beach in Santa Monica or sampled the shopping or nightlife lately, you've driven around the traffic cones and seen scaffolding around new buildings.

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If you've been to the beach in Santa Monica or sampled the shopping or nightlife lately, you've driven around the traffic cones and seen scaffolding around new buildings.

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