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A California Dream: Not Having to Settle for Just One Bedroom

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

Cities across the state of California, including SoCal, are grappling with a dwindling stock of housing that can be considered affordable for anyone but the wealthiest. In much of the state, a two-bedroom apartment or home is virtually impossible to acquire with anything less than a six-figure salary.


Read the article here  (NY Times 9/23/14)

Home prices post sharp increases in January

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

Southern California, the Bay Area and other California markets saw sharp price increases in January 2013, and are now clearly in recovery.  Over the year, the Los Angeles metro area was up 12.1%, San Diego up 9.8% and San Francisco up 17.5%.

Read the article here  (LATimes 3/26/13)

California Finds Economic Gloom Starting to Lift

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

After nearly five years of brutal economic decline, California is showing the first signs of a rebound.  The NY Times reports that there is evidence of job growth, economic stability, a resurgent housing market and rising spirits in a state that was among the worst hit by the recession.

Read the article here  (NY Times 11/27/12)