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Mack Major Makes a Difference in Real Estate and Economic Development
March 4, 2021
Major said the mission of House Tur Investments, LLC, is to alleviate investors’ concerns with the loan process so they can focus efforts on real estate investment properties. The company leads its investors through the acquisitions process to the sale of the property. ... read more »
BOE Member Malia Cohen Raises Red Flag on Bank-Breaking Prop 19 Tax Costs
February 4, 2021
Malia M. Cohen, the only African American member of the California Board of Equalization (BOE), has some critical concerns about the cost homeowners will have to bear because of Proposition 19, a constitutional amendment that took effect on Dec. 16, 2020. ... read more »
Black Leaders: Biden Order Is First to Recognize America’s History of Housing Injustice
February 4, 2021
Black Leaders and civil rights groups – including the NAACP and the Greenlining Institute -- are hailing a memorandum President Joe Biden issued last week directing the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to “take actions to undo historic patterns of segregation and other types of housing discrimination that afford access to long denied opportunities.” ... read more »
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California Budget & Policy Center Report Highlights Racial Inequity in Housing
January 28, 2021
The California Budget & Policy Center’s latest report shows economic racial inequity in housing among renters before and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the 17 million, which includes children, families and individuals, housing instability and homelessness are immediate threats. The reports show the necessity that Governor Newsom’s proposed 2021-22 budget should include extending the state eviction moratorium beyond the expiration date of January 31. ... read more »
Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson Celebrates Grand Opening of Navigation Center in Council District Eight
January 7, 2021
Today, Los Angeles City Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson announced the opening of the Navigation Center at 729 W. Manchester Avenue. This one-stop-shop will provide critical services to people experiencing homelessness and connect them to resources, such as employment opportunities and supportive housing. This project is funded at nearly $9 million thanks to HHH, a $1.2 billion bond issued by Councilmember Harris-Dawson and supported by millions of voters to create housing and provide services for individuals and families that are experiencing homelessness. ... read more »
HUD Regional Administrator Announces Designation of NHS’ Center for Sustainable Communities as a HUD Envision Center in Compton
December 17, 2020
HUD brings holistic housing support to help low-income residents be more self-sufficient ... read more »
HOW LA COUNTY RESOURCES CAN HELP YOU AVOID FORECLOSURE AND EVICTION
December 10, 2020
Millions of workers have lost their jobs due to the pandemic. Homeowners are faced with foreclosure and countless tenants are on the verge of eviction. However, Los Angeles County has hosted a series of conferences to bring awareness to various resources that can help pay your rent on-time and prevent you from losing your home. ... read more »
CASA DE ROSAS in SOUTH LOS ANGELES – COMING SOON
November 26, 2020
Strategically placed in the Ninth Council District in the City of Los Angeles is an historic campus of buildings, known since 1895 as Casa De Rosas.  At a time when Councilman Curren Price, the proud public servant of the New Ninth is working tirelessly to increase the availability of affordable housing we can all be very excited that Casa De Rosas’ transformation to a home for 36 single parent Veteran families with a child.  ... read more »
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Dulan’s Soul Food Recognized as Best Small Business by U.S. Chamber of Commerce
November 19, 2020
Dulan’s Soul Food kitchen runs like a well-oiled machine. From sunrise to sunset, there is an ongoing preparation assembly line generated for the daily demand for the award-winning comfort food this legendary, Black-owned family restaurant has built its reputation on for decades.  ... read more »
Property Tax Increase Initiative Proposition 15 Defeated
November 12, 2020
Supporters conceded defeat of a union-backed initiative that would have resulted in higher property taxes for commercial and industrial property to provide additional funding for local governments, schools and community colleges. ... read more »
Historical Barriers and Structural Inequalities Still Account for Black-White Homeownership Gap
November 12, 2020
NAREB 2020 State of Housing in Black America (SHIBA) report shows how uneven mortgage lending practices, cumulative disadvantages and COVID-19 continue to obstruct growth of Black homeownership ... read more »
L.A. County Moves to Buy Up Eight Motels for Homeless Housing
October 29, 2020
The Board of Supervisors voted today to approve funding for a range of new housing projects, including the acquisition and conversion of eight motel properties to apartments for formerly homeless residents under the state's Project Homekey. ... read more »
LIVWRK DEVELOPMENT TO BUY BALDWIN HILLS-CRENSHAW MALL
October 22, 2020
Asher Abehsera, founder and CEO of LIVWRK, talks candidly about his purchase of the mall, his commitment to community inclusion, his partnerships with CIM and the Kushner Family. Abehsera wants people to understand he is not from New York. In fact, he was born and raised right here in Los Angeles. He explains he grew up in the Pacific Pan Park area (Fairfax District), and his first job was at a gas station on La Brea at the age of 15. Abehsera’s mother is fifth generation Angeleno and his father is of Moroccan (North Africa) decent, and has spent his entire life embracing the diversity and multi-cultural lifestyle he grew up a part of. ... read more »
CDC Greenlights Evictions Despite Continued Pandemic
October 22, 2020
Landlords can resume eviction proceedings after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued clarifications to a previous executive order from President Donald Trump. A study conducted by Harvard University’s Department of Housing Studies revealed that half of Americans who rent are either severely rent-burdened or moderately rent-burdened. For African Americans and Hispanics, researchers at Harvard determined a triple pandemic for those communities. Black and Hispanic households were “much more likely to contract COVID-19, suffer lost income, and face housing insecurity as a result of the pandemic,” the researchers concluded. ... read more »
LA Clippers get final city approval to build Inglewood arena
September 8, 2020
The Los Angeles Clippers have received final approval from Inglewood’s city government to begin construction on their new arena next summer. ... read more »
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