Beverly Kenworthy

California Apartment Association

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Executive director of the California Apartment Association's LA office, representing developers and landlords in LA County

Beverly Kenworthy on KCRW

Los Angeles is the least affordable housing market in the United States, according to authorities at UCLA. City Council members are calling a state law part of the problem.

LA's Housing Shortage Pits Tenants against Their Landlords

Los Angeles is the least affordable housing market in the United States, according to authorities at UCLA. City Council members are calling a state law part of the problem.

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There are more renters in Los Angeles than homeowners and, since the Great Recession, rents are 6% higher than they were before. That's made for a lot of frustration.

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There are more renters in Los Angeles than homeowners and, since the Great Recession, rents are 6% higher than they were before. That's made for a lot of frustration.

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