Local Mayor Paying $700 A Month For 4-Bed, 3-Bath With $450,000 Worth Of City-Paid RenovationsThe San Gabriel Valley Tribune reported City of Industry Mayor Mark Radecki pays just $700 a month for the luxury, 5,500-square-foot, four-bedroom apartment that has just undergone $450,000 in renovations.
Seattle Gives In To Amazon, Votes To Repeal 3-Week-Old 'Head Tax' To Fight HomelessnessThe so-called "head tax" was repealed on a 7-2 vote from the council Tuesday, reversing the unanimous vote to pass it on May 14.
More People Fleeing Pricey San Francisco Than Any Other US CityAccording to a report by Redfin, the skyrocketing cost of living has more people leaving San Francisco than any other city in the United States, followed by New York and Los Angeles.
With Days To 'Clear Out,' OC Supervisors Address Temporary Housing For HomelessThe county has been handing out vouchers for the homeless to stay at motels but what happens next?
Housing A Top Priority For California Lawmakers After Recess"We need to take up this housing package as soon as we can," said Assemblyman David Chiu, a San Francisco Democrat who chairs the Assembly's housing committee.
LA Airbnb Hosts Air Concerns About Potential RestrictionsSouthland Airbnb hosts are voicing their concerns about potential new short-term rental regulations being considered by the Los Angeles City Council.
$2B Bond Proposed To Construct 10,000 Housing Units For HomelessCalifornia state senators are proposing to spend more than $2 billion on permanent housing to help the nation's largest homeless population.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Joins 2-Day Summit On Homelessness, Housing, Climate ChangeMayor Eric Garcetti and four other West Coast mayors will join White House officials at a two-day summit in Portland starting Thursday to discuss homelessness, housing and climate change.
Economic Forecast: Housing Costs In California Expected To Go Even HigherAn economic forecast released Monday says California housing will become even more expensive over the next two years because construction will be unable to keep up with demand.
RAW VIDEO: Thousands Line Up For Section 8 Housing In NorwalkThousands of people lined up Monday morning for the chance to apply for low-cost, government-subsidized housing in the city of Norwalk.
Bill To Revive Restrictions On Sex-Offender Housing StallsRepublican Sen. Sharon Runner of Lancaster introduced SB54 after the state Supreme Court ruled that prohibiting all sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of schools or parks goes too far.