SoCal's Housing Crisis |

More SoCal homes going for asking price

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| The California Association of Realtors found that homes selling for asking price make up 43 percent of the market compared to 29 percent a year ago.

LA still can't decide how to regulate Airbnb

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Officials delay action on a proposal to cap short-term rentals at 180 days as the number of short-term rentals mushrooms.

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Property values are rising faster in El Segundo than anywhere else in LA County

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You can thank (or blame) tech companies, who have driven a nearly 12 percent increase in values over the past year.

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LA's new affordable housing incentives might actually be working

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Developers have submitted 19 applications under the city's new affordable housing incentive program created after passage of Measure JJJ.

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Wages have gone up — but people still can't afford rent

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Rents will keep rising over the next two years because the supply of apartments is tight and not enough new housing is being built, a USC study says.

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LA developers could be required to pay an affordable housing fee

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The City Council's planning committee gave its final approval to a fee on developers that would help pay for subsidized housing.

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Brown signs 15 California affordable housing bills

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A long list of lawmakers and housing advocates lined up to cheer the legislation as a game-changer in California's quest to provide enough housing at reasonable prices. But all say the issue is far from solved.

Angelenos are fleeing high-cost California. Where are they going?

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They leave for cheaper homes, a better job market and, sometimes, no state income tax. Bye bye, Los Angeles. Hello, Las Vegas.

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