The latest data translates to 1 in 30 Riverside County households in some stage of foreclosure.
A new economic survey predicts construction spending in California is on the rebound.
The Veterans Affairs Department has announced a master plan to transform buildings at a West Los Angeles VA site that are the subject of a lawsuit over housing and other services for the homeless.
New data shows that sales of existing homes fell to 4.8 million in May — their lowest level of the year so far.
A record number of foreclosures are forcing prices down, and they are expected to keep falling through this year.
Two real estate experts help you to get a better handle on the nuances of the housing market.
An estimated 80 members of the Los Angeles Right to Housing Collective want lawmakers to limit how much landlords can raise rents each July.
A Southern California developer of low-income public housing is being sued for fraud by the cities of Los Angeles and Glendale.
After 96,500 jobs were created in February — with roughly half of the job increases coming nationally — California’s unemployment rate slid to 12.2 percent.
Home construction rose at the fastest rate in 20 months in January, pushed up by a spike in apartment building. But construction of single-family homes declined, a sign that demand for housing remains weak.
The city controller’s office found the housing department failed to collect at least $48 million in fees, while leaving $10 million across 10 funds unspent over two years.
The Board of Supervisors say they want to address the growing homeless population in Los Angeles County by housing thousands of men and women over the next five years.
Are you struggling to make your mortgage payments and have a loan with Fannie Mae? A new help center is opening in Culver City that may help you avoid foreclosure.
The foreclosure crisis intensified across a majority of large U.S. metropolitan areas this summer, with Chicago and Seattle — cities outside of the states that have shouldered the worst of the housing downturn — seeing a sharp increase in foreclosure warnings.
The latest forecast from UCLA says Orange County — ground zero for the housing meltdown — may not fully recover until middle of the decade, but is already showing signs of life.