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Many people relocate to Los Angeles each year for work. They often bring their family and spouse, who may or may not be relocating with their own job. For the trailing spouse, nothing is more important than finding a job. This section will help the trailing spouse prepare to look ...
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One of the highest priorities for relocating families is finding a new school appropriate for their children and providing a smooth transition so learning can continue and new friendships can be formed. This chapter will provide an overview for learning more about the many educational resources available in the Los ...
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Staying healthy is the key to enjoying life. Living in a Mediterranean climate with plenty of exercise opportunities makes it easy to stay healthy in Los Angeles. Living close to excellent health care facilities makes it even easier. More than 120 hospitals and research centers in the Los Angeles metro ...
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The Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in Southern California, also known as Metropolitan Los Angeles or the Southland, is the 13th largest metropolitan area in the world and the second largest in the United States. The area predominantly consists of Los Angeles and Orange Counties, respectively the ...
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Los Angeles is the largest city in California and the second largest metropolitan area in the United States. Population estimates put the Los Angeles metro population at approximately 18.1 million people. While the recent recession forced some to move away from the downtown area, the Los Angeles housing and job ...
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In this chapter, you’ll find information on different types of insurance, including homeowners, auto, medical, dental and life insurance, as well as practical tips on reading policies and shopping for coverage. As you organize your relocation to the Los Angeles area, it’s also a good idea to review your family’s ...
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Purchasing a house is a big decision to make. For those not ready to make that decision—or are on a tight schedule or temporary relocation—renting or leasing is a better decision. Luckily, there are several types of properties to choose from in the Los Angeles area. From condos and townhouses ...
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HIGH-RISES, MID-RISE, LOFTS AND TOWNHOUSES ABOUND IN THE U.S. If you ask urban professionals the difference between high-rise living in large U.S. cities compared to that in the major capitals of the world, right away they mention the value—larger space and more amenities for the price. Similar to reasonable single-home prices ...
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QUALITY OF LIFE Called the City of Angels and most commonly referred to by its initials LA, Los Angeles is the second largest metropolitan area in the United States and the most populous in California. Los Angeles has a long-standing reputation for its sprawl. With a population of more than 3.8 ...
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Although a newcomer to the Los Angeles metropolis, you may not be new to the home-buying process. Even so, it’s helpful to review all the steps involved in the process along with information on LA–area resources and conditions. Since LA has a relatively healthy real estate market, finding the right ...
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As one of the largest metropolis areas in the United States, Los Angeles (LA) boasts a competitive—and expensive—housing market. This chapter will help you participate in the LA real estate market by providing an overview of the homebuying process as well as the benefits of enlisting the help of a ...
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Now that you’re relocating to the Los Angeles area, it might be time to consider building a custom home. One good reason is that you can build a larger house with many extras at an affordable cost, particularly compared to building costs on either coast. A regional advantage is that ...
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While just the thought of relocating can be stressful, with planning and helpful resources, the process can be managed. In this section, you’ll learn about ways to pack, preparing for your move, utilities in the area, a timeline to help you plan for every part of the move as well ...
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STAYING ORGANIZED BEFORE THE MOVE You’ve just received exciting news. Along with your new job, you’re being relocated to Los Angeles! After the excitement subsides, your next step is to become proactive in the relocation process to plan an orderly transition for you and your family. This doesn’t mean you have ...
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Buying a House and Making it a Home While house hunting in Los Angeles, you and your spouse found the perfect home—it’s well-situated close to a high-rated school district, it’s within a decent commute to your work and it has a nice pool and landscaped backyard that really made a ...
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