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Only 17 percent of California homes affordable to teachers: A typical California home costs $200,000 more than an average teacher can afford.

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.

The liberation of real estate data: does having readily available real estate information encourage the boom and bust cycle? Zillow reaches 70 million unique users per month.

California’s disappearing middle class: Is the California dream viable for middle class families? The growing disparity between rich and poor.

Rental Nation: US Home ownership rate continues to decline to multi-decade lows while rental vacancies continue to decline. Record prices in a few areas.

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