Andrew Khouri covers the housing market for the Los Angeles Times. Before coming to The Times he wrote about commercial real estate for the San Fernando Valley Business Journal. He holds a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and graduated from the University of San Diego with a degree in history.
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The median home sales price hit a record $667,000 last month, but there are signs of a slowdown: One index of national home buyer demand is down 14% from an April peak.
With California’s economy reopening, rent in Los Angeles and other big cities is beginning to rise.
Lumber prices quadrupled, leading to sticker shock — and some stalled and canceled projects — for homeowners and developers.
Los Ángeles abrió solicitudes para su programa de alivio de alquileres, que tiene como objetivo ayudar a los inquilinos y propietarios con las deudas derivadas de la pandemia de COVID-19.
Homes are flying off the market at a record pace thanks to a perfect storm: pandemic-induced demand for more space, low supply, and apps that make it easier to view, bid for and buy houses — all with a few swipes and clicks.
The region’s median home price rose 15% in March, extending a pandemic-fueled housing boom. In L.A. County, the median price rose 17% to $750,000.
The philanthropic company of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan is spending millions to help South Los Angeles landlords.
New data show how property owners in Los Angeles — especially mom-and-pop landlords — are having trouble paying mortgages and keeping up with maintenance costs as their tenants miss rent.
Los Angeles opened applications for its rent-relief program, which aims to help tenants and landlords with debt stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
El precio medio de la vivienda en la región del sur de California aumentó casi un 15% en febrero en comparación con el año anterior, según datos de DQNews. El récord muestra cómo un auge de la vivienda alimentado por la pandemia se extiende hasta 2021.