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Mirror, mirror on the wall, tell me what two counties are the bubbliest of them all. Orange County and Los Angeles County. Southland homes sales reach 6 year low while median price hits 6 year high.


Population growth, migration, and real estate: Los Angeles County had the highest number of international migrant growth between 2012 and 2013 while Texas boomed with domestic migration.


What does $500,000 buy you in Southern California real estate? A look at Culver City, Pasadena, and Riverside.


Welcome to Feudalfornia: the golden sarcophagus and the investor. Acceleration to price out masses.


Inventory slowly creeps back into the California housing market: Homes for sale in Los Angeles up nearly 18 percent year-over-year and price gains stall. Cash sales still a big part of market.


In California buying is about timing and speculation: Since 2000 the California housing market has experienced more dramatic booms and busts courtesy of speculation, investors, and new financial products.


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