Merabi Organization Group, Luxury Rental provides exclusive access to the vibrant lifestyle that makes its buildings one of the most desirable buildings where erected . From our community of luxury Office, Apartment, and Stores that offers tenants a vast array of luxury amenities that you are sure to enjoy, and thrive success.

Merabi Organization Group

Merabi Organization Group, LLC. (MOG) is a privately held real estate investment company based in Los Angeles, California specializing in acquisitions of mixed-used office building(s) and converting them to a class A luxury office building. Our team at MOG with experience across over a hundred fields, our team has been there and done that, therefore with attractive ROI (Return on Investment) makes our company well profitable entity. We believe Real estate has long been recognized as a valuable tangible asset more than traditional stock and bond portfolio model. Yet most investors struggle to efficiently access the asset class, where finding quality investment opportunities requires relationships and local expertise, qualities which MOG and staff prides themselves on. We are experts at identifying exciting opportunities, formulating project visions, implementing plans, and therefor produce results on our asset.

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Exclusive: Judith Leiber’s East Hampton Home Goes on the Market

The four-bedroom house of Mrs. Leiber and her husband, Gerson, is on 2 acres in Springs, N.Y., and is for sale at $3.9 million. Source: NYTIMES
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Living on the Water

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Blacks and Hispanics still wounded from post-crisis foreclosures

Plenty of homeowners succumbed to foreclosure when the housing bubble burst, but the effects on Hispanic and black communities in particular were heightened, with many still suffering, according to Zillow.…
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Study: Open Houses Result in Faster, More Expensive Home Sales

Aside from tracking mud through your beautiful home, it turns out open houses actually lead to higher sales prices and less time on market, per a new analysis from Redfin.…
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The East Hampton Home of Judith Leiber

Set on two acres, the property comes with landscaped gardens and an art studio where Mrs. Leiber’s husband, Gerson, painted. Source: NYTIMES
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March home sales, prices decline in Connecticut

Home sales across Connecticut in March provided a weak lead-in to the state's spring home buying season with sales and prices both registering year-over-year declines. Source: Mortgage
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Mortgage rates are low, the job market is on fire and, in a mysterious disconnect, Palm Beach County, Fla., home sales lagged again in March. Source: Mortgage
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Mortgage rates rise again, but shouldn't affect home buying

Mortgage rates posted a fourth consecutive week of increases, but Freddie Mac remains bullish in its outlook for this spring's home purchase season. Source: Mortgage
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