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Los Angeles faces a shortage of affordable housing, and not enough is being constructed to meet increasing demand.  That’s created a problem with “workforce housing”—which allows…

Will a New Mayor Address the Housing Affordability Gap?

Los Angeles faces a shortage of affordable housing, and not enough is being constructed to meet increasing demand.  That’s created a problem with “workforce housing”—which allows…

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Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has filed a second lawsuit against a major bank for consequences of the foreclosure crisis.

Banks Pay for Blight Caused by Foreclosures?

Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has filed a second lawsuit against a major bank for consequences of the foreclosure crisis.

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Some 50,000 Southern Californians have been at the LA Convention Center over the past six days, looking for help from the  Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America , a Boston…

The Foreclosure Crisis Continues in Southern California

Some 50,000 Southern Californians have been at the LA Convention Center over the past six days, looking for help from the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America , a Boston…

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