Los Angeles city officials Wednesday are scheduled to provide information on the Emergency Renters Relief Program, which will subsidize housing for low-income earners whose rent has been significantly increased until a new state law goes into effect on Jan. 1.
California's ongoing housing crisis is exacting an especially heavy toll on women of color, who face systemic barriers to opportunity in the Southland and elsewhere, including wage discrimination, biases in the workplace, unsafe transit options and a lack of access to affordable daycare, according to a USC study released Thursday.
Pressing a legal challenge to a proposed Clippers arena in Inglewood, attorneys for a residents' group told a judge Tuesday the city violated the California Surplus Land Act by failing to give first priority to a possible affordable housing development on the property.
Los Angeles City Councilman Gilbert Cedillo and County Supervisor Hilda Solis today announced they will pursue creating a joint county-city affordable housing development in Chinatown.
The Los Angeles Department of City Planning announced a proposal to expand housing opportunities in downtown, while supporting business activity by proposing to eliminate minimum parking requirements for new developments.
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously adopted an emergency ordinance today aimed at halting "no-fault" evictions of many rental-unit tenants until Jan. 1, when a new state law takes effect providing similar protections.
Anticipating a $134 million payout from paint manufacturers, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to take a variety of steps to launch a massive lead-based paint clean-up effort at the start of 2020.
Facebook announced Tuesday that the company would be providing $1 billion to help address the affordable housing crisis in California.
Real estate is booming in Inglewood!
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The median price of a Los Angeles County home increased by 5% in July, compared to the same month a year ago, while sales remained unchanged, according to figures released today.
Stiff competition for a house in the city of Orange that at first glance might scare most home buyers away. Fox 11's Susan Hirasuna reports.
An abandoned mobile home park in the Santa Clarita Valley has become a magnet for squatters and drug addicts. Santa Clarita says there's nothing the city can do.
A new program to house the homeless has the goal of keeping the area as pristine as possible. FOX 11's Mario Ramirez reports.
When it comes to your health, you might not realize where you live can play a vital role. FOX 11's Rita Garcia reports.
Here's how to save money and get the home or apartment that's perfect for you. Liz McDonald is a real estate broker and founder of The Rental Girl leasing and sales. She shared some great tips for renters and the latest on housing trends and affordability.
The ongoing crisis over Orange County's homeless is quickly spilling over city boundaries. Residents of those cities are fighting back.
A Northridge family that provides housing to homeless people says the city is trying to shut their operation down. They feel they're being held back from doing good in their community. FOX 11'S Leah Uko is in Northridge with a story that's only on FOX.
A small city has been set-up at the Ventura County Fairgrounds to take care of the 7,000 SoCal firefighters battling the fires.
The announcer in a promotional video says, “The spaces we live in have a profound effect on our lives.”