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  • Investment firms curbing their home buying in California

    Investment firms curbing their home buying in California
    This time last year, investment firms raced to buy dozens of single-family homes in neighborhoods from Fontana to South Los Angeles to lease them out, transforming the mom-and-pop rental business into a Wall Street juggernaut. The flood of cash helped...
  • If landlord prefers 'Google people,' is that illegal discrimination?

    Question: I have lived in Silicon Valley my whole life. I am 70 years old and retired. I recently applied for housing at an apartment complex and asked the leasing agent what my chances were of getting an apartment. He told me they had received a lot of...
  • Is short sale best option for young widow?

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I am a recent widow. My husband passed away suddenly from a heart attack last July at the age of 45. I have three children including two in college and one in high school. I have kind of been in a fog over the last...
  • American Homes 4 Rent to issue bonds on single-family rentals

    American Homes 4 Rent is heading to the bond market. The Agoura Hills-based firm, one of the biggest players in the burgeoning single-family rental industry, said Tuesday that it plans to issue bonds through a subsidiary backed by a stream of rental...
  • Blackstone unit Invitation Homes sued over rental house's condition

    Blackstone unit Invitation Homes sued over rental house's condition
    Last spring, Edit Novshadyan and her husband were happy to land a Sun Valley three-bedroom house, with enough room for their son to play and their family to grow. Another child was on the way. So they signed a one-year lease with Invitation Homes, an...
  • Costa Mesa City Council approves apartment complex near John Wayne Airport

    Costa Mesa City Council approves apartment complex near John Wayne Airport
    After nearly three and a half hours of discussion and debate late Tuesday night, the Costa Mesa City Council approved a large luxury apartment complex a half mile from John Wayne Airport. The $75-million, 240-unit project at 125 E. Baker St., will be...
  • Evictions from rent-controlled units on the rise in L.A.

    Evictions from rent-controlled units on the rise in L.A.
    Arie Shashou remembers simple pleasures from the decades spent in his Westside home: helping neighbors with small tasks; the daily chats with the former manager of the complex; the paintings that line the walls of his one-bedroom. "It was a happy time,"...
  • Is $700 studio dead? Chicagoans hunt for elusive listing.

    Is $700 studio dead? Chicagoans hunt for elusive listing.
    In 2012, Grace Sweeney did the impossible. She found a studio in Lincoln Park for $745 a month -- just within the budget she kept as an unpaid intern out of college. It was steps from Fullerton Avenue and Clark Street, had a walk-in closet and...
  • Buying home for short stay not financially wise

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: We are both 59 years old and must relocate for new jobs. We are moving from the Chicago area for upstate New York. Should we buy or rent? We are five years from retirement and then plan to move to a home in Arizona....
  • Charlie Crist opening his campaign's first field office in Broward (updated and updated again)

    Charlie Crist opening his campaign's first field office in Broward (updated and updated again)
    Original post | 2:22 p.m. April 11 Updated | 10:31 a.m. April 12 and 11:35 a.m. April 18 Showing just how important a strong Democratic showing in Broward County is to Charlie Crist’s hope of returning to the Governor’s Mansion, the...
  • Southern California office market slowly improving

    Southern California's office market has improved ever so slightly — once again for landlords. In the just-finished first quarter of 2014, the overall vacancy rate fell less than a percentage point and monthly rents ticked up a nickel per square...