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Apartment Hunting in Los Angeles - any Recommendation?

Apartment Hunting in Los Angeles - any Recommendation?

Old May 14, 20, 10:05 am
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Westchester , west of Sepulveda Blvd ......its next to LAX , enough buses to get you around ,

One thing to know that along the coast it can be foggy and overcast for weeks , with maybe an hour or 2 clearing in the afternoon, this can get depressing....

Buy an electric bike to get to the stores........

Good luck in the hunt
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Old May 14, 20, 1:31 pm
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Originally Posted by LAXlocal View Post
One thing to know that along the coast it can be foggy and overcast for weeks , with maybe an hour or 2 clearing in the afternoon, this can get depressing....
Yes - OP needs to know about our famous "May Gray" and "June Gloom" climate
Frankly, while I enjoy sunny days, we have so many of them that I'm happy to experience May Gray and June Gloom before the full heat of summer envelops us
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Old May 14, 20, 3:40 pm
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And October's Santa Ana's, earthquakes, flash floods in the hills during/after rains after brush fires, etc...

Otherwise, it's hunky dory...

David

psst: one word if you end up having to drive (or pay someone else to drive): traffic!
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