January, 2013 | Charles Dunn Company
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LOS ANGELES, Calif. January 29, 2012 – Charles Dunn Company, one of the largest full-service regional real estate firms in the western United States, has completed the $5,175,000 sale of a vacant 18,720 square foot office property located at 5636 Tujunga Blvd. in North Hollywood, Calif. Stacy Vierheilig-Fraser, senior managing director with Charles Dunn Company...  |  Read More
LOS ANGELES, Calif. January 30, 2013 – Charles Dunn Company, one of the largest full-service regional real estate firms in the western United States, has completed the $4.7 million sale of a 30-unit multifamily property located at 1831-1833 N. Normandie Ave. situated just north of Hollywood Blvd. and south of Franklin Ave. in the Los...  |  Read More
LOS ANGELES, Calif. January 24, 2013 – Janet Neman and Bryan Glenn of Charles Dunn Company, one of the largest full-service regional real estate firms in the western United States, completed the sale of Milano Lofts, a 12-story, art deco style, mixed-use property totaling 131,433 square feet. The property consists of 99 luxury, residential apartment...  |  Read More
LOS ANGELES, Calif. January 22, 2013 – Charles Dunn Company, one of the largest full-service regional real estate firms in the western United States, has completed the $4.96 million sale of a 17-unit multifamily property located near Fairfax Ave. and Pico Blvd. at 1522 S. Hayworth Ave. in Los Angeles. Albert Shilton and Blake Rogers...  |  Read More
LOS ANGELES, Calif. January 17, 2013 – Charles Dunn Company, one of the largest full-service regional real estate firms in the western United States, has completed the $5 million sale of a 1.64-acre parcel of land located in between Warner Ave. and Slater Ave. at 17222-17262 Beach Blvd. in Huntington Beach, Calif. Albert Shilton and Blake Rogers...  |  Read More
Some property managers set up direct-payment plans with utility companies but also rely on third-party accounts-payable processors.  “We do these things for a number of reasons:  for accuracy, to save paper, and because utilities have shortened the time from when we get the bills to the time they’re due, so we’re trying to avoid late...  |  Read More