June 16, 2002
The Los Angeles Times Real Estate section won for best large-circulation newspaper real estate or home section at the 52nd annual journalism competition sponsored by the National Assn. of Real Estate Editors. Contest winners were announced last week at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel during the association's annual real estate journalism conference. The competition drew entries from 225 journalists across the United States, which competed in 15 categories.
September 30, 2001 |
A home with sweeping views of the city: That's how restaurateur Dave Chasen envisioned the house designed for him and his family in 1954 by architect Paul Williams. With its walls of glass, and focus on the California indoor-outdoor lifestyle, the home is acknowledged by many in the real estate community as one of the most spectacular view estates in the L.A. area.
May 27, 2001
The Times Real Estate section is continually seeking applicants for its Home Buyer Make-Over feature in which Realtors and mortgage experts advise potential buyers on how to get into their first homes or move up. Applications for make-over candidates are available at our Web site: http://www.latimes.com/hbm . * Or write us at Home Buyer Make-Over, Real Estate Section, Los Angeles Times, 202 W. 1st St., Los Angeles, CA 90012 or reach us by e-mail at email@example.com .
January 14, 2001
Was your home vandalized while it was under construction? If so, The Times would like to hear your story. Please write us at Real Estate Section, Los Angeles Times, 202 W. 1st St., Los Angeles, CA 90012, fax: (213) 237-4712 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 14, 1993
This is the first time I have written a letter in regard to a column in the Real Estate Section of Sunday's paper, but I felt compelled to do so after yesterday's (Feb. 21) article "California, Here I Go." My wife and I both read the article and had identical reactions: Why in the world would you print such an article? Given the status of the economy and the real estate market in the Southland, this was, at the very least, a strange article. Perhaps The Times has concluded that the majority of your subscribers are thinking of relocating to another state and, as a reward for years of loyalty, you are now telling them exactly where to go!
January 10, 1993
Well, it has finally happened. I knew it would eventually. The Sunday Real Estate Section has totally disappeared. First, they eliminated nearly all the garden features, then Remodeler's Diary, then it became only a two- or three-page section. Even my small local paper managed to put out a two-page real estate section on the holiday weekend. But The Times had absolutely nothing. Hello back there. Is anybody listening? Please bring back my Sunday Real Estate Section with more remodeling and gardening articles, otherwise, I'll have no reason to get up on Sundays and no excuses for not getting dressed until 10 a.m. CAROLYN LINGOR El Monte