Julie Parker

Los Angeles resident

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Los Angeles resident who has considered leaving the area but knows she'll miss LA

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Housing has become so expensive in the LA Area that beaches, warm winters and cultural diversity aren't enough anymore to keep a lot of people from moving away.

Who Is Leaving Los Angeles Because of Housing Prices?

Housing has become so expensive in the LA Area that beaches, warm winters and cultural diversity aren't enough anymore to keep a lot of people from moving away.

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