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The competition for the smallest home in Los Angeles: 470 square foot home selling for nearly $900 per square foot in Glassell Park.


The California renting tsunami: In the last ten years California has gained nearly 1 million renter households while seeing a decline in the homeownership rate.


Nearing $1,000 per square foot in Culver City: Would you pay $900,000 for 920 square feet? Or you can buy a fixer upper for $325,000 in the same zip code.


California Rental Armageddon: Nearly half of Los Angeles adults doubling up, working class moving out, or you have the option of simply living in poverty.


Searching for deals in Pacoima – Flippers still out in force and loans made during the last bubble still cause distress today.


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