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Agent says home buyers won’t be scared by Boyle Heights tragedy; cinematographer purchases Silver Lake home for $1.46 million; Echo Park “Love” scenes

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  • A real estate agent says he expects to soon find a buyer, most likely an investor-flipper, for a damaged, red-tagged Boyle Heights home that was part of a deadly crime scene. “That might scare your average buyer, but not investors,” he said. CBS2
  • Cinematographer Arthur To, who worked on The Revenant, has purchased a renovated Silver Lake Craftsman home on Coronado Terrace for $1.46 million. Hot Property
  • One of the main characters in Love, the Nextflix series about dating in L.A., lives in Echo Park, where scenes have been shot at the United Oil gas station, Angelus Temple and the Brite-Spot. L.A. Times
  • An East Los Angeles elementary school was locked down as authorities searched for a suspect who crashed a stolen vehicle on the 710 Freeway and then ran into the neighborhood near the school. ABC7
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