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May 30, 1997 | STEPHEN BYRD
If earthquakes, fires and traffic jams aren't enough to deal with for the average Southern Californian, trying to purchase a house for the first time can be an intimidating and overwhelming experience. However, for first-time home buyer Laurel Rodriguez and several other Valley residents, assistance came in the form of a much-needed financial boost earlier this week. On Tuesday, 10 first-time home buyers were randomly selected by a nonprofit foundation affiliated with San Fernando Valley Assn.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 1997 | STEPHEN BYRD
If earthquakes, fires and traffic jams aren't enough to deal with for the average Southern Californian, trying to purchase a house for the first time can be an intimidating and overwhelming experience. However, for first-time home buyer Laurel Rodriguez and several other Valley residents, assistance came in the form of a much-needed financial boost earlier this week. On Tuesday, 10 first-time home buyers were randomly selected by a nonprofit foundation affiliated with San Fernando Valley Assn.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 24, 1996 | DARRELL SATZMAN
The San Fernando Valley Assn. of Realtors will hold a public forum tonight to discuss what that organization calls a "critical shortage" of homeowner and earthquake insurance available to Valley residents. The forum, co-sponsored by state Sens.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 1997
If earthquakes, fires and traffic jams aren't enough to deal with for the average Southern Californian, trying to purchase a house for the first time can be an intimidating and overwhelming experience. But for first-time home-buyer Laurel Rodriguez and several other San Fernando Valley residents, assistance came this week in the form of a much-needed financial boost.
BUSINESS
December 14, 1993
A federal judge in Los Angeles has awarded the San Fernando Valley Assn. of Realtors a total of $117,000 in damages from six moving companies accused of using the realty board's confidential property listings to solicit business. The realty association filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in October, 1991, after receiving complaints from home sellers who said they were bombarded by telephone and mail solicitations from moving and storage companies.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 1997
If earthquakes, fires and traffic jams aren't enough to deal with for the average Southern Californian, trying to purchase a house for the first time can be an intimidating and overwhelming experience. But for first-time home-buyer Laurel Rodriguez and several other San Fernando Valley residents, assistance came this week in the form of a much-needed financial boost.
BUSINESS
July 18, 1995 | DANICA KIRKA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Robin Kay used her life savings to buy a two-bedroom condominium in Tarzana in 1990. When the earthquake struck, she lost it all. * But the single mother is not the only homeowner who has been forced to walk away from a quake-damaged property. The Northridge quake hammered the residential housing market in the San Fernando Valley more than any other area.
BUSINESS
May 24, 1994 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Standing in a quiet neighborhood in West Hills, real estate agent Brett Howard glances furtively at a house across the street. The lender foreclosed on this house in January. But Howard doesn't have to knock on the door to tell that people are still there. Trash containers on the side are full, and, through a slit in the drawn blinds, Howard can see that someone has just turned off a lamp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 24, 1996 | DARRELL SATZMAN
The San Fernando Valley Assn. of Realtors will hold a public forum tonight to discuss what that organization calls a "critical shortage" of homeowner and earthquake insurance available to Valley residents. The forum, co-sponsored by state Sens.
BUSINESS
December 14, 1993
A federal judge in Los Angeles has awarded the San Fernando Valley Assn. of Realtors a total of $117,000 in damages from six moving companies accused of using the realty board's confidential property listings to solicit business. The realty association filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in October, 1991, after receiving complaints from home sellers who said they were bombarded by telephone and mail solicitations from moving and storage companies.
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