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L.A. Is the Third Worst-Paying Metropolis for Millennials

Being part of the biggest generation of working adults isn't easy—especially in L.A.
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Are People Really Moving Out of L.A. in Droves Amid the Pandemic?

Some experts say recent claims of "urban flight" have been exaggerated

Rent Prices Are Falling in Some of the City’s Swankiest Buildings

As the market for affordable apartments tightens, rents at some of L.A.’s toniest addresses are dropping
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Upward of 300,000 L.A. Households Could Be at Risk if the State’s Eviction Ban Expires Next Month

As the state Judicial Council considers rescinding current tenant protections, a UCLA study warns of worst-case scenarios
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The City of L.A. Has Millions to Help Bail Out Renters, but Demand Is Going to Be Sky High

A new program that will offer emergency rent subsidies for some at-risk residents starts accepting applications July 13
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Activists and Council Members Want to Know Why Many L.A. Hotels Aren’t Housing the Homeless

Despite receiving public subsidies, many L.A. hotels aren't participating the Gavin Newsom's Project Roomkey
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Housing Activists Staged a ‘Car Caravan’ Protest Outside Mayor Garcetti’s Home

What a rally for tenant protections looks like in the age of social distancing
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L.A.’s Real Estate Agents Go Virtual to Keep Coronavirus from Cooling the Market

As many Realtors call off open houses, the experience of home shopping will look a little different in the coming weeks
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L.A. City Councilmembers Want to Stop Coronavirus-Related Evictions Before They Start

As COVID-19 layoffs loom, Councilman Mike Bonin wants to keep people from ending up on the streets
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Coastal Counties Could See a Lot More Growth Under a New State Plan

New goals set by the Southern California Association of Governments would push L.A. to build 810,000 units by 2029