Los Angeles Real Estate Market Reports
News, analysis, and trends in LA's housing market.
The company could bring its new headquarters to Los Angeles.
72 percent of LA residents can’t afford that, according to a new report.
With a median price of $700K, the region has never been more expensive for homebuyers.
Houses have never been more expensive; can prices keep rising?
But low supply may keep prices from dropping further.
It takes a yearly income of $111,730 to make monthly payments on a typical LA County home.
The median sale price ticked up again in December, finishing the year at $570,000.
Low supply may be driving up values. At year’s end, only 819 homes in the entire region were on the market.
Sales are picking up in Marina del Rey; in Westwood and Century City, not so much.
Competition among homebuyers is heating up, even as prices continue to climb.
A new report says that more Angelenos are looking to buy outside the city than the number of non-locals thinking about moving in.
For the fifth month in a row, the median price reached an all-time high.
Sitting on just over half an acre, it features sustainably harvested wood floors and custom window shades that cast beautiful shadows.
Median sale prices are up in Mid-Wilshire and Pacific Palisades, but down in Silver Lake and Echo Park.
Home prices are skyrocketing in Playa del Rey, but in other communities, including Culver City, prices have dropped since last year.
After a largely lackluster 2016, 2017 so far has been "a release of pent-up demand."
There just aren’t enough homes available on the market, and there’s plenty of demand.
Home prices around the city are reaching record levels, but some neighborhoods are hotter—or colder—than others.
A new study from Redfin says the share of houses typical Angelenos can afford to buy has dropped dramatically in recent years.
KPCC reports that the days of foreign and domestic investors making up a good chunk of cash-only buyers have passed.
Under the program, low and middle-income earners would receive loans of between $50,000 and $90,000 to help cover a down payment.
According to a new study, it would take the typical millennial in Los Angeles around 32 years to save for a down payment.
The median price of a home is now 560,000, thanks to high demand and short supply.
Though the cost of housing is higher in other cities, median income in LA is low enough that more residents will struggle to make monthly rental payments or save to buy a home.