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California renter apocalypse: Why the rise in housing values is a reflection of a disappearing middle class. California rents up 5.7 percent last year.


San Francisco housing mania: Badly charred home that is uninhabitable sells for $186,000 over asking price.


Parts of Los Angeles have higher population densities than New York: Over 200,000 people live in informal housing pushing population densities to levels that surpass Queens, The Bronx, and Brooklyn.


Will the stock market impact housing values? Taking a look at stock trends and current home values.


The California housing market will stagnate in 2016: Affordability, Millennials, and slow down in overall economy.


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