LA City Council Unanimously Votes To Stop 'No-Fault' Evictions Until New State Law Goes Into EffectThe Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to approve an emergency ordinance aimed at stopping "no-fault" evictions until Jan. 1, when a new state law goes into effect.
Pierce College Football Coach Under Investigation For Allegedly Letting Players Sleep In Locker RoomAccording to Pierce College’s paper, “The Roundup News,” their head football coach Carlos Woods is under an internal investigation.
Analysis: New Los Angeles-Area Teachers Spending 85 Percent Of Income On RentAn analysis from Zillow found that entry-level teachers in the Los Angeles metropolitan area are spending more than 85 percent of their income on the typical rent, compared with 52 percent for mid-level teachers and just short of 40 percent for the highest-paid teachers.
Inglewood Passes Emergency Rent Control OrdinanceLandlords of older buildings cannot hike rent on their tenants by more than 5 percent.
Rent Control Takes Effect For LA County’s Unincorporated AreasUnder the ordinance, landlords can only raise rent by 3 percent per year for certain apartments.
Here Are Today's Cheapest Rentals In Laguna BeachWe took a look at local listings for studios and one-bedroom apartments in Laguna Beach via rental site Zumper to find out what price-conscious apartment seekers can expect to find.
Families Earning $117K Now Qualify As 'Low Income' In The Bay AreaThousands of well-paid tech workers have driven up the median price of a San Francisco house to $1.6 million dollars, the highest in the country.
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.
Burglar Collected Rent After Breaking Into Home, Police SayA burglar in Washington state has been charged with not only breaking into a vacationing family's home, but also renting it out to unsuspecting tenants.
Study: LA, OC Rent Increases To Continue Into 2019There’s no end in sight for Southern California’s housing crisis, with a new study finding that rent increases will continue into 2019.
Redondo Beach Halts Mixed-Use Development For A YearAmid a statewide housing shortage, it put a brake on projects that combine retail, office and housing.
LA Ranks 2nd In US For Number Of Struggling Poor, Report Finds567,000 Angeleno households spent more than half their income on rent or lived in severely inadequate conditions in 2015.
Study: Eastern Malibu Most Expensive For RentersAccording to a new report from RentHop, Eastern Malibu is the least affordable in Los Angeles County.
Study: LA Has Fifth-Highest Rent In The NationThe average monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment in L.A. was $2,194 in January, the report found.
West Coast Rents Hit A New HighRental prices have hit a new high – again.