Jed Kolko

Chief Economist Indeed.com

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Chief Economist and VP of Analytics at title at the online real estate marketplace Trulia; former research fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California

Jed Kolko on KCRW

The two leaders move from taking Twitter shots to agreeing to an in-person summit.

Little Rocket Man invites, Dotard accepts

The two leaders move from taking Twitter shots to agreeing to an in-person summit.

from Left, Right & Center

If you're actively looking to buy a home in Southern California, you won't be surprised by  this week's report  by the real estate website Trulia.

Real Estate: Too Expensive to Buy, Too Expensive to Rent

If you're actively looking to buy a home in Southern California, you won't be surprised by this week's report by the real estate website Trulia.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Driving while talking with a phone  to your ear is a crime in California starting tomorrow. It’ll cost 20 bucks for the first offense but no points against your driving record.

Hands on the Wheel – Cell Phone Law Takes Effect Tomorrow

Driving while talking with a phone to your ear is a crime in California starting tomorrow. It’ll cost 20 bucks for the first offense but no points against your driving record.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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