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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.


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.


The rental revolution is crushing the poor but also the middle class: 43 million households in rentals, up 9 million from 2005 creating largest 10-year increase in history.


Millennials not ready to leave the nest: A record number of women age 18 to 34 living at home with parents. Millennial men living at home near 75 year record high.


Los Angeles is the most unaffordable place to rent with renters spending nearly 50 percent of their income on rents: San Francisco is the most expensive place to purchase a home.


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