Community opposition, design changes and parking are among the factors driving up the cost of building affordable housing in California, according to a report released this week by several state housing agencies.
Southern California's housing market is starting to pick up the pace.
Home sales rose for the first time this year in September, according to new figures out Monday.
On a busy stretch of Sherman Way in Van Nuys, a red and black sign advertises a rare commodity in Los Angeles.
Renters, get ready to pay more to live in the Southland.
Renters, get ready to pay a little more.