Roy Dekel

Roy Dekel

I'm a Real Estate Professional.

Roy Dekel is a real estate professional with over 10 years of experience. He is a film production investor and entrepreneur based in L.A.

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Wilshire Grand & DTLA Boom

We’ve barely hit 2016, but plans like these don’t happen over night. The Wilshire Grand Center slated for completion some time in 2017 is a $1.2 billion mixed-use project set to include a 900-room Intercontinental Los Angeles hotel, luxury restaurants, and night life attractions.

Innovations in Real Estate Tech

Technology has taken over. This is the age of rapid information and innovation. In cities like Los Angeles and New York, which attracts the best and brightest, they deserve just that: the best and brightest in real estate technology.

TPG On the Rise

In its first high-risk real-estate fund, TPG raised more than $2 billion in commitments. Although TGP is a relatively new force in the real-estate investment industry, the company began fundraising for the real-estate fund it just closed in the beginning of 2014.

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Largest Real Estate Property Jump in 5 years

Los Angeles county has seen its largest property value jump since 2010 at 6.13 percent. The average price of an L.A. county home was $780,000 last year; two-bedroom apartments averaged $2,591 for rent. Moreover, the county’s taxable properties were valued at $1.264 trillion.

Top 5 Rookie Mistakes of Home Viewings

As the middle man, your job is to facilitate successful home viewings, matching a potential buyer with the perfect fit. Whether they come in the form of a single family, bachelor or bachelorette, linking the buyer to a beautiful space in which they are willing to settle down should be top priority.

ODA Penthouse in New York City

This magnificent penthouse is one of the largest luxury apartments in New York City. Featuring state-of-the-art design and a ridiculous private gallery, this place truly pushes the conventional boundaries of what we define as a home. In the words of the Executive Director of ODA, Eran Chen, “our private spaces are reflections of ourselves”.