A bed in a hostel in Hollywood for just $14 a night sounds like a dream, but for the residents who live nearby it’s been a nightmare.
A group of apartment owners and lessors are suing the state, Los Angeles County and multiple cities, alleging they have been forced through tenant eviction protection ordinances enacted during the coronavirus pandemic to shoulder financial burdens that should be borne by the public at large.
Hundreds of thousands of Southern California residents might soon face eviction and homelessness when the current freeze on residential evictions is eventually lifted.
Eviction moratoriums in the City of Los Angeles were meant to help renters with hardships amid the coronavirus pandemic, but some people who never lost their jobs or fell ill to COVID-19 are now accused of abusing the system.
A new report published by real estate data tracking company CoStar indicates that new apartments, and those under construction, are facing the biggest decreases in rent prices.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday issued an executive order to help renters and homeowners during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new law that was intended to protect tenants from being evicted for higher rents is backfiring. Some landlords are using a loophole to get long-time tenants out.
As the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area continues to experience a housing crisis, some Angelenos are finding a unique solution and one that is small, really small.
The Panorama Tower, which has sat empty since the 1994 Northridge Earthquake, has now reopened for residents.
Senate Bill 1079 would give tenants of a foreclosed property the exclusive opportunity to buy the house for a reduced price within 90 days of its foreclosure.
"It makes me feel like I’m in Cuba or Venezuela or Sudan but certainly not the United States," said Tom Botz. He’s a local landlord who’s had enough with the demands of the City of L.A.
Los Angeles rents are among the highest in the nation and rents just keep going up and up leading to homelessness. Now, one city councilman is proposing the city use its "eminent domain" power to keep rents low in some neighborhoods.
Voters in 2018 rejected a similar initiative after a $100 million battle between advocates and the real estate industry.
The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to allow only affordable units to be built on city-owned land slated for housing.
The U.S. Department of Justice is suing the California city of Hesperia, alleging it discriminated against black and Latino renters.
The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday adopted two permanent rent stabilization ordinances to take effect April 1 inunincorporated areas of Los Angeles County.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — California is playing an unparalleled role in Nevada's growth, as state population estimates surpassed 3 million people and the U.S. Census Bureau ranked the Silver State as the nation’s fastest-growing in 2018.
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.