Changing Neighborhoods & Affordability |

Many renters plan to leave LA for cheaper cities, study says

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| A higher percentage of renters in L.A. are planning on settling down elsewhere compared to the national average, according to Apartment List, a rental listing site.

HUD: Half a million poor LA renters at risk of losing homes

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Southern California's housing affordability crisis is far-reaching, but low-income renters without government housing assistance may be among the hardest hit.

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LA to take fading LAX community by eminent domain

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The City Council voted for the forced sale of the remaining properties in Manchester Square, a neighborhood near LAX that will be part of the airport's expansion.

2028 LA Olympics: Where are we putting everyone?

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USC and UCLA will house athletes and journalists. More than 125,000 hotel rooms will be accessible to tourists. But advocates say residents will be impacted.

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Santa Monica developers face new affordable housing requirement

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Downtown developers must abide by a new policy mandating their projects include up to 30 percent affordable housing as Santa Monica tries to address skyrocketing rents.

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Neighbors dig in against dirt trucks in the Hollywood Hills

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Neighbors have complained angrily about trucks hauling dirt through Hollywood Hills where high-end home construction has ramped up since the recession.

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How much can the Newhall Ranch project ease LA's housing crisis?

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Newhall Ranch, the Santa Clarita Valley housing development that aims to build 21,500 units over 15 to 20 years, won key approvals recently.

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House-rich, cash-poor: why these older LA hosts stand with Airbnb

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Older hosts are among Airbnb's most visible supporters. Many say the extra income lets them keep their homes while Airbnb critics say there are other options.

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