Richard Green

USC Lusk Center for Real Estate

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Director and Chair of the University of Southern California's Lusk Center for Real Estate

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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.

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It looks like the housing market is back -- or at least well on its way.

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