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.
Jonathan Stoller-Schoff and Tahnee Cadrez, USC students and producers of the Cardinal Theatre Productions musical, visited the KCAL9 studios Wednesday.
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.
Rental prices are on the rise in California.
After 53 years in business, Junior’s Restaurant will close its doors on Dec. 31 at 5 p.m. due to a rent dispute.
If the measure is approved, Village Trailer Park – one of the city’s last holdouts of affordable housing – may soon be gone.
Congregants at a church in Van Nuys showed up to worship Sunday — only to find out they’d been evicted.
Rent is expected to rise for apartments across Southern California over the next two years, with average rents to increase 7.9 percent in Los Angeles, according to a USC report.
Growing complaints from business owners and residents along the Venice Beach boardwalk have prompted police to weed out homeless camps and renegade vendors.
One month? Two? How long could you pay your rent or mortgage if you suddenly became unemployed?
Members of a historic church on Olvera Street are planning a protest after the city moved to charge rent.
Renters vs. landlords: it’s a never-ending battle. Ryan Minniear of the California Apartment Association & Larry Gross of the Coalition for Economic Survival discuss the struggle each side faces.
An estimated 80 members of the Los Angeles Right to Housing Collective want lawmakers to limit how much landlords can raise rents each July.
Startup Zediva Inc. is trying to disrupt the increasingly competitive movie-streaming market by offering viewers a chance — for $1.99 a pop — to watch flicks through an Internet connection as soon as they are out on DVD.
The Experian consumer credit reporting firm has added rent payment histories to its reports.