We are L.A.’s top boutique real estate company. If you’re looking for help in buying, selling or managing multifamily and commercial properties in Southern California, we are the brokers to call.
Since we started our business in 1979, we have worked with numerous clients from the Westside to Downtown Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, gaining cialis recognition in the industry for our knowledge and expertise in the apartment market.
Lambert Investments has completed over 30syndication projects in the last 26 years, closing real estate transactions with an estimated value of $1,000,000,000.
We provide a comprehensive suite of services, focusing on opportunities that will allow you to realize the full potential of your investment properties and maximize your returns.
We lend our expertise in the following areas:
Real estate brokerage
Rent control analysis
Government approval liaison
We are your best guide to investing in the sought-after communities of Southern California!
Southern California offers a wonderful lifestyle, making it a great place to live, work and invest in. Browse our website to learn more about the area, give us a call, or email us at your convenience. We will be happy to help you explore the many opportunities waiting for you in this beautiful paradise.
Featured Blogs & Articles
We all want to sell without paying capital gains tax. The most obvious way is a 1031 exchange. Many owners are doing tax-free exchanges into other buildings or triple net lease property. Some are leaving the state because of rent control and are tired of dealing with tenants. If you don’t want to get intoread more
A few minutes ago, Governor Newsom signed AB 1482 which provides rent control and just cause eviction protections. There are many provisions that will impact you. However, for most of the state and Los Angeles and Santa Monica, the provisions should not adversely impact your values. There will be a lot of agents blasting andread more
California’s housing shortage is real and it’s severe. Most blame the crisis on ‘supply and demand’…the demand is obvious, the supply is the real issue. Why are we not building more, what is stopping housing growth? The fact is that Californians have no resolve to actually do anything about the shortage; politics and money haveread more