The rise of the long-term rental market in Southern California is making the region’s housing shortage even worse, according to a report released Wednesday.
State Supreme Court: Residency Restriction Of Jessica’s Law Violates Sex Offenders’ Constitutional Rights
California’s Supreme Court ruled Monday state corrections officials cannot prohibit all registered sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of a school or park as required by a 2006 voter-approved ballot measure.
More homeless veterans in Los Angeles may soon have a roof over their head with some help from the U.S. government.
The Orange County Register newspaper is set to honor “everyday heroes”, or people who make a difference without being in the spotlight, with the top honor going to a man who works with foster care teens.
“Zombie homes” in Southern California are finally moving off the markets.
Rents in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, already considered to be rather pricey, are expected to become more expensive.
A Chinese home-building company is breaking ground on dozens of new homes in Simi Valley as part of a $1 billion plan to invest in the U.S. housing market.
If you want to live in Southern California, it’s going to cost you.
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.