The meeting, held at 7 p.m., drew opponents and proponents.
About one in four households in Los Angeles spend over half their income on housing, according to a study released Thursday.
Hundreds of Angelenos converged on the steps of City Hall to call attention to what they say is a lack of affordable housing in Los Angeles.
A consumer advocacy group alleges California regulators and other officials doctored data to avoid pinpointing the source of an apparent health threat at the Autumnwood housing complex.
Ventura County officials Thursday denied a request for a permit to house five white Siberian tigers for commercial use for filming at a Malibu home.
Officials with the city of El Monte will host a grand opening celebration Wednesday for the San Gabriel Valley’s first affordable-housing community specifically for homeless veterans.
Due to frigid conditions in much of the nation, February’s real estate wrap-up required boots and a shovel, as well as deeper pockets.
Two Veterans Affairs buildings in West Los Angeles could soon begin to double as homeless shelters.
California housing prices cooled in September as inventories grew and investor interest waned, a research firm reported Thursday, offering fresh evidence that the market is taking a breather after a torrid spring and summer.
Rising home values and increased demand for rental properties are expected to keep pushing rent prices steadily upward over the next two years, according to a study released Tuesday.
A team of volunteers is spending Thursday transforming the home of a disabled veteran in Corona.
A jump in home prices comes amid an influx of foreign money from Asia and the Middle East from investors who are looking for what they believe is a safer bet than the stock market.
Thousands of homeowners waited in long lines at the Convention Center on Friday in an effort to keep their homes – or buy one.
“Owner ready to croak must sell” would be one sign. Another would be calling your house a ‘gem, except for asbestos.”
Housing starts specifically in residential construction are expected “to take off in earnest in 2013″ after a slow but steady 2012, according to economists.