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  • Huntington Beach's Pacific City complex aims to draw locals, tourists

    Huntington Beach's Pacific City complex aims to draw locals, tourists
    The developers of a $135-million shopping center near the famed Huntington Beach Pier face an unusual challenge — how to embrace the city's proud identity as Surf City without descending into surfing kitsch. Sure, they hope to attract tourists...
  • Searching home listings for green features may soon get easier

    Home buyers can search for properties with any number of characteristics: the number of bedrooms, for example, or the number of baths. You can even search for items such as fireplaces, garages and first-floor master suites. But when it comes to features...
  • Diamondbacks exec Tony La Russa buys Danville home

    Tony La Russa made a deal to return to baseball in May when he agreed to join the Arizona Diamondbacks front office. However, earlier in the year, the former manager was making another sort of deal: buying a house in Danville, Calif., for $1.233 million....
  • Helsel: End the stalemate, I'll talk Medicaid

    Del. Gordon Helsel called this week to get something off his chest: He thinks Gov. Terry McAuliffe should remove his demands for Medicaid expansion from the current budget debate. Now, this isn't a surprise. Helsel, R-Poquoson, is part of the House...
  • Fewer Southland mortgages are underwater, thanks to rising prices

    Fewer Southland mortgages are underwater, thanks to rising prices
    Rising home prices pulled more Southland homeowners back above water on their mortgages at the start of the year, according to new data out Thursday. Just 8% of mortgage holders in the Los Angeles metro area, and 17% of those in the Inland Empire,...
  • Chris Brown sells his once-graffitied home in Hollywood Hills

    Chris Brown, the singer whose Hollywood Hills house once drew the ire of neighbors for its graffiti-like artwork, has sold the hillside house for $1.69 million. Although the exterior was repainted before marketing, several interior walls in the four-...
  • Share of foreclosure sales sinks — but not prices

    Share of foreclosure sales sinks — but not prices
    When the local home sales report for May is released Monday morning, it is expected to show the same factors that have bedeviled buyers for months — lack of inventory, higher prices and shorter marketing times. It also is expected to show that...
  • The bottom line on an upbeat market

    HOUSTON — Ever heard the phrase "damned with faint praise"? That's what continually came to mind about the state of the housing recovery as journalists and industry representatives came together here for the annual conference of the National...
  • Jim Shea: I-84 Project Needs Catchy Name

    It's not too early to start being afraid. They are beginning to talk seriously about replacing the I-84 viaduct in Hartford, you know the raised highway near Aetna where traffic flow goes to die. Construction is still years away, but once it begins...
  • Lehigh Valley home sales dip in May

    Lehigh Valley home sales and prices dipped in May. But an uptick in pending sales indicates the market could be emerging from this year's slow start. A total of 596 homes sold in May in Lehigh and Northampton counties, down 4.9 percent from the same...
  • Most Americans pessimistic about the housing market, survey says

    Most Americans pessimistic about the housing market, survey says
    Seven years after the housing crash began, most people remain deeply dour about the state of the nation’s housing market. A new survey out this week from the MacArthur Foundation found that 70% of Americans still feel a housing crisis remains...