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  • Home prices in Burbank soften in 2010

    Home prices in Burbank soften in 2010
    The local real estate market stabilized more in 2010 than in recent years, but agents forecast continued struggles in 2011, especially with higher-priced homes. The average price of a home in Glendale went up slightly in 2010, according to statistics...
  • Wood roofs slated to get extensions

    Wood roofs slated to get extensions
    The hundreds of Burbank residents who have yet to comply with a city ordinance that requires them to remove their wood roofs were given some breathing room this week, 20 years after the law was put on the books. Homeowners with exposed wood roofs...
  • Extension of wood roof law is unconscionable

    Rather than splitting hairs about who knew what and when they knew it (roof-overs vs. exposed wood shingles), the fact remains that the 1992 ordinance to replace wood shake roofs had an August compliance date. Christopher John Rizzotti's lobbying the City...
  • Zonta Club opens branch for youth

    Zonta Club opens branch for youth
    The Zonta Club of Burbank announced that a new service club for youth dedicated to provide career guidance and to promote leadership skills, international fellowship and the ideal of service was chartered on Feb. 8. Laura Peters, governor of Zonta...
  • Attorney receives congrats from judge

    Barry Ross received congratulations from Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Fred Rotenberg after Ross was recently sworn in as the 2012 president of the Glendale Bar Assn. by Glendale Mayor Laura Friedman. A native of the Glendale and Burbank area, Barry...
  • Home sale inventory drops

    Fewer homes were on the market last month compared to a year ago, according to the latest real estate statistics. It’s a trend that’s been growing the past several months due to low interest rates and declining home prices. There were 140...
  • Burbank home sales still falling

    The number of single-family houses on the market in Burbank remained sparse last month, but the number of condominiums for sale held steady, according to the latest real estate figures. There were 128 single family homes on the market last month, down...
  • Philanthropic family hosts festive soiree

    Philanthropic family hosts festive soiree
    ‘Tis the season for friends and family to come a-calling and mistletoeing, to exchange gifts and holiday greetings, to host parties and other sundry fa-la-la-laing. Keeping with that tradition, the Cusumano Real Estate Group hosted their annual...
  • Home values continue their slide

    Home values continue their slide
    Home prices in Burbank continued their slide in December compared to the same period a year earlier, but agents said they're hopeful that 2012 would bring better market conditions. The median price for a single-family home was $510,000 last month, down...
  • Piece of Mind: Farmhouse may not be long for this world

    Piece of Mind: Farmhouse may not be long for this world
    For more than a century the modest white farmhouse has stood on the northeast corner where the equally narrow but well-traveled Craig and Commonwealth avenues meet. It has withstood the occasional battering of the elements and all the major earthquakes...
  • Opponents of historic post office's closure in Glendale speak out

    Opponents of historic post office's closure in Glendale speak out
    Glendale residents opposed to the possible closure and sale of the city’s historic downtown post office building called on the U.S. Postal Service to rethink its cost-cutting plan during a public forum on Thursday at Glendale City Hall. Postal...
  • Piece of Mind: Small investments with big dividends

    So I see from the story filed this week by contributing writer Sara Cardine that supporters of La CaƱada’s highly performing public school system are showing up at a local real estate office at night to dial for dollars. Their hope is they will...