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The market for house flipping – where a home is purchased and subsequently sold again within 12 months — could be cooling in Southern California, according to data released Thursday.
“Zombie homes” in Southern California are finally moving off the markets.
Authorities say they busted a man and a woman at John Wayne Airport last Thursday following a tip and allegedly found the pair were in possession of more than 50,000 Ecstasy pills and 40 kilos (about 90 pounds) of the pill in powder form.
California home sales rose for the first time in a year in September, a research firm said Tuesday, as cooling prices and a strong economy encouraged buyers.
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.
In spite of extremely low interest rates, California’s real estate market continued to cool off this summer, with pending home sales figures dipping for the fourth straight month, the California Association of Realtors reported Tuesday.
If you want to live in Southern California, it’s going to cost you.
As Los Angeles’ commuter rail service and new subway system continue to expand, job opportunities are projected to skyrocket.
The latest residential data shows key indicators in housing are mixed. The market is said to be recovering, but not yet recovered.
About one in four households in Los Angeles spend over half their income on housing, according to a study released Thursday.
The median sales price of $383,000 was up 2 percent from March and 18 percent from April of 2013.
Two brothers shown the door by HGTV before their upcoming real estate show made it on the air say that if their Christian faith cost them a shot at TV fame, “then so be it.”