Movoto real-estate for sale in LA

Movoto Real Estate is offering $100 million to buy the property of a real estate agent who was allegedly involved in the disappearance of an L.A. real estate broker in the 1970s.

The deal was announced Wednesday.

The agent’s name is not being released at this time.

The agent is believed to be the same man who owned the property in the early 1970s, and he is known as “Big Bill.”

The property is a two-story, five-bedroom house on the 400 block of West Van Nuys Boulevard in the heart of the L.E.D. area.

The property is owned by a family who has lived in the home for years, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The real estate agents home in the late 70s is said to have been on the market for about $200,000 when it sold for just over $400,000 in 2010.

In 2016, the agent, who lived at the home, was found dead inside.

He was found in his sleep and police believe he died of natural causes.

In the 1970 and 1980s, the property was used by the Leland Yurick family, according a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department statement.

Yurick was a longtime real estate investor and the father of four children, including a son who is a Los Angeleno police officer.

His home is also listed on the California State Housing Code.