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  • January pending home sales flat nationwide, down in West

    January pending home sales flat nationwide, down in West
    Pending home sales remained essentially flat nationwide last month, indicating that tight inventory and high prices continue to weigh on buyers. The National Assn. of Realtors said Friday that its pending sales index rose 0.1% in January from the...
  • Home prices are slowing, Case-Shiller index suggests

    Home prices are slowing, Case-Shiller index suggests
    Home prices nationally posted their best year since 2005, but signs are growing that the housing rebound has stalled. Prices in the 20 largest metro areas have dropped slightly for two months in a row, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller index, a...
  • More than 600 L.A. school buildings need quake evaluations, retrofits

    More than 600 L.A. school buildings need quake evaluations, retrofits
    The Los Angeles Unified School District still has hundreds of school buildings in need of detailed seismic evaluations and strengthening to withstand a major earthquake, according to district data. The Times requested an update of the school district'...
  • Planet-warming methane leaking at higher rate, study finds

    Planet-warming methane leaking at higher rate, study finds
    Federal regulators are missing about 14 million metric tons of greenhouse gas in their annual inventory, most of which likely comes from the nation's growing natural gas industry, according to a new study. But despite the higher estimate of methane...
  • Southern California housing market loses momentum in January

    Southern California housing market loses momentum in January
    Southern California home buyers continue to turn their backs on an expensive market with few houses for sale. Home prices fell 3.8% in January compared with December, though the median price remained up sharply compared with January of last year,...
  • Southland home sales tumble in January, price increases slow

    Southland home sales tumble in January, price increases slow
    Southern California home prices in January posted their smallest year-over-year gain in more than a year, as the housing market showed signs of slowing. The median home price in the six-county Southland rose 18.4% from a year earlier to $380,000, the...
  • Pressure builds for Apple to overhaul or expand product portfolio

    Pressure builds for Apple to overhaul or expand product portfolio
    Apple iTV? The iWatch? Bigger iPhones and iPads? Rumormongering about such mythical products is a regular spectator sport for many Apple watchers. But after the company said it could post a year-over-year decline in revenue this fiscal year for the...
  • December existing-home sales rise 1%

    December existing-home sales rise 1%
    Existing-home sales in December rose 1% from the previous month to an annual rate of 4.87 million, the National Assn. of Realtors said Thursday. The organization also reported that for all of 2013, there were 5.09-million completed transactions for...
  • Fannie Mae offering cash incentives to some home buyers

    WASHINGTON — If you're planning to shop for a home in the next few weeks, here's an early spring buying season come-on that just might save you some money if you qualify. Fannie Mae, the largest mortgage investor in the country, has a bulging...
  • Increase the Resale Value of Your Home

    Increase the Resale Value of Your Home
    Thinking about selling your San Fernando Valley home? Don’t put your property on the market until you’ve done everything you can to maximize your resale value. Know your market First you should consider the state of the real estate market....
  • L.A. Mayor Garcetti to push for greater earthquake safety

    L.A. Mayor Garcetti to push for greater earthquake safety
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Tuesday announced an ambitious plan to tackle earthquake safety, including a new effort to strengthen vulnerable buildings. Marking the 20th anniversary of the destructive Northridge earthquake, Garcetti said Los...