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Hud Awards $3,200,000 to Help Families Reach Self-Sufficiency in the Greater Los Angeles Area
February 15, 2019
U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson today awarded $74 million to hundreds of public housing authorities across the country, including $3,226,852 to 14 public housing agencies in the Greater Los Angeles Area, to continue helping public housing residents participating in the Housing Choice Voucher Program and/or reside in public housing to increase their earned income and reduce their dependency on public assistance and rental subsidies. Read more about the local impact of the grants announced. ... read more »
Proposed Broadway and Manchester Corridor Investment Project a part of the Redevelopment of South East L.A.
January 31, 2019
The project will transform 2.8-miles of Manchester Ave and Broadway, located in South Los Angeles, into a safe and vibrant street. ... read more »
Los Angeles Homeownership to Get $9.8 Million Boost
January 31, 2019
NeighborhoodLIFT program will offer homebuyer education plus $25,000 down payment assistance grants available for eligible Los Angeles County homebuyers; special parameters for veterans, military, teachers and first responders. ... read more »
Home Prices Up, but Sales Dip in L.A., Orange Counties
January 3, 2019
According to CoreLogic, the median price of a Los Angeles County home was $600,000 last month, up from $567,000 in November 2017. ... read more »
How Credit Scores Impact Mortgages
January 3, 2019
Mortgage lenders need to assess the risk to themselves before lending money to borrowers. ... read more »
Department of Consumer and Business Affairs to Enforce Rent Stabilization Ordinance in Unincorporated Los Angeles County
December 20, 2018
Temporary, six-month ordinance goes into effect today, limiting rent increases to three percent a year. ... read more »
Survey: California Homebuyers Can’t Always Get What They Want
November 29, 2018
A competitive housing market and low housing affordability is forcing California homebuyers to make compromises in their home purchases, including price, size, location and school quality, according to a survey released today by a Los Angeles-based Realtors group. ... read more »
Report Reveals Disturbing Gap Between Cost of Living and Actual Wages in L.A.
October 18, 2018
A recent report by the USC Price Center for Social Innovation revealed that Los Angeles’ job market may not be sustainable under an ever increasing affordable housing crisis. The city’s fastest growing industries, including healthcare, food service and technical services are hurting, said researchers, because workers cannot afford to live in the L.A. area. High living costs are forcing longer commutes, making it harder to recruit and retain workers. ... read more »
Quintin Primo, Owner of One of the Largest Black Private Equity Firms in the Country Talks Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Master Plan and Reaching Success 
September 13, 2018
This month, Primo spoke with the L.A. Sentinel to discuss the recent developments at his firm, Capri Investment Group, and how he continues to successfully run one of the largest Black private equity firms in the country!   ... read more »
Prop 10 Will Do More Harm Than Good 
September 13, 2018
Los Angeles Sentinel Urges Community to Vote NO ON Proposition 10  ... read more »
Tenants, Landlords and Advocates Rally for Housing Rights
September 11, 2018
  LOS ANGELES—Today, Unincorporated Tenants United—a coalition of tenants, landlords, community stakeholders and legal advocates—marched to the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration to rally for rent stabilization and fair housing practices. ... read more »
Cities and States Support Preserving Fair Housing Rule
June 14, 2018
The attorney general for the nation’s most populous state, California, linked fair housing with opportunity in other dimensions of life ... read more »
L.A. City Committee Approved $700 Million Redevelopment Project in South L.A. With Broad Community Support
June 14, 2018
The proposed project will include approximately 961 new housing units, a 400-room hotel, and new restaurant and retail space. ... read more »
$453 Million Vermont Corridor Transformation Moves Forward Gensler
May 24, 2018
The Project spans three sites on and around South Vermont Avenue, between Fourth and Sixth Streets ... read more »
LA County Poised to Develop Vermont Manchester Project
May 3, 2018
The County plans to build affordable housing and retail, as well a Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) transit plaza, preparatory boarding academy and training center on the site. Renderings for the project were released in February. ... read more »
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