Los Angeles Real Estate Market Reports
News, analysis, and trends in LA's housing market.
Los Angeles is under a stay-at-home order, but moving is considered "essential."
California has a program to help—but the onus is on you to take advantage of it.
But homeowners have to be willing to rent out the units.
What may be encouraging buyers? A rare opportunity to borrow at historically low interest rates.
Single-family home prices are up 8.5 percent year-over-year.
A new report predicts a slow-down in the local economy—in large part because of the housing market.
In the Los Angeles area, more than one-quarter of homes fetch more than the listed price, according to Zillow.
Now state lawmakers could shake up the status quo.
The median sale price in the city of Los Angeles last year? $817,000.
Will home prices drop? Forecasts vary, but local real estate agents say probably not.
Most of the neighborhoods are in South Los Angeles.
Residents are meeting up each month to learn about buying property as a way to build generational wealth.
Compass agent Jennifer Okhovat signed into Curbed LA to answer questions from readers about the Los Angeles real estate market.
"It’s popping over here," one real estate agent says.
Options include Craftsman cottages, a glammed-up Spanish bungalow, a sleek contemporary townhouse, and a quaint 1920s Colonial Revival
Tenancy in common is a new path to homeownership in LA.
"West Adams is selling fast," says the real estate agent who led the tour.
There’s a new, more affordable way of buying property in Los Angeles.
Price growth is slow, but steady—and homes in the area have never cost more.
That’s seven units lost per day.
But "as long as they’re priced right, homes in the southern Valley are still selling like crazy," one real estate agent says.
The amount that lower-income residents spend on housing is climbing, but it’s dipping for upper income earners.
"Prices have more or less flattened out... The market has changed a lot in the last year."