We often see insiders buying up shares in companies that perform well over the long term. Unfortunately, there are also plenty of examples of share prices

In Los Angeles, what areas are currently undervalued in terms of buying real estate (non-commercial)?

I think that areas near to the Expo line will increase in value, when you can get to downtown and Santa Monica on it. Already, commercial real estate has dramatically increased in price around the Crenshaw station.

1400 sq ft, 349k:


Dreadful photo, but 2000 sq ft, 490k,


Both an easy walk from the Expo line.

(Disclaimer, I live near the Expo line. I have an interest in talking up the neighborhood).