Los Angeles Rental Market
Most affordable apartments are only guaranteed to stay that way for a few decades.
It’s not rent control, but it’s similar.
Prices are still higher than they were a year ago, but not by much.
"What we find is depressing," the report’s authors say.
"Only rent control will provide a near-term solution" to the state’s affordable housing crisis, the authors say.
A new report suggests 19 percent of Californians are impoverished—likely due to pricy rents and soaring real estate values.
A new report illustrates how unaffordable homes and apartments have become.
Tenants who "deserve it" would get legal help, official says.
In LA, 64 percent of households rent instead of own.
Average rental prices in the area went up 33 percent in five years.
Affordable housing production might pick back up again—but it won’t be enough to close the gap.
The company could bring its new headquarters to Los Angeles.
LA’s eviction rate is low compared to other U.S. cities.
But Los Angeles is the sixth most unaffordable rental market in the nation.
A new report says prices are 4 percent cheaper in late fall than they are in summer.
Experts say prices may finally start to drop in 2018.
For the second month in a row, the median price of rent fell in LA (but not by a lot).
Nationwide, Los Angeles ranks near the bottom in terms of affordability, with almost one-third of renters putting more than half their income toward rent.
A USC study projects major rent hikes across Southern California, as rates of homeownership stagnate.
It’s estimated that 600,000 people will sign up for the vouchers.