Affordable housing advocates say the improper conversion of a South L.A. building which tenants now must vacate is 'not an isolated case.'
Instead of selling their home when they buy a new one, many move-up buyers are keeping the old place and renting it out, real estate experts say.
High prices, climbing interest rates and flat incomes are pushing home-buying out of reach for more Southern Californians, according to a new report Friday from Zillow. And that?s starting to bring back behavior seen in the bubble days of the mid-2000s.
Residents say the city ignored complaints about poor condition of the South L.A. apartment complex they are being forced to leave.
In a big win for consumers, President Obama on Friday signed into law the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act, which makes it legal once again for consumers to unlock their cellphones. What is cellphone unlocking? Cellphone unlocking is the practice of changing the phone's settings so that it can work with any cellular network, not just the one that sold the device. With the ability to unlock phones, consumers can change carriers without having to buy new devices. The consumer can also sell or buy used unlocked phones. But there is a caveat. Consumers will still be restricted by the terms of the service contracts they sign with their carriers. For many, this means...