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“Right to return” agreements with tenants remain rare, but some L.A. developers have dangled the offer to ease concerns at City Hall about teardowns driving out poor tenants.
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L.A.'s emergency moratorium on no-fault evictions stops landlords from booting tenants before new statewide rental rules take effect.
Facebook plans to build as many as 20,000 homes that are accessible to teachers, nurses, first responders and other essential workers.
Some Bay Area activists are taking their wealth and are spending it on housing — for others. Rebelling against real estate speculation, they are building homes that will be kept affordable in perpetuity.
Gov. Gavin Newsom, interviewed for a story about his promises and accomplishments on housing after the California Legislature adjourned for the year, speaks to The Times.
Gov. Gavin Newsom promised unprecedented action to solve California’s housing affordability problem. But nearly all of his highest-profile initiatives have stalled or failed.
A number of arson attacks on Los Angeles’ growing homeless community have left several people dead or injured in recent weeks, and Los Angeles fire officials say the overall number of blazes affecting the homeless community is on pace to rise for the third year in a row.
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