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Real Estate, a category that contains news about some few things such as buying, selling and rent real estate as well as the market and trends in the industry

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L.A.'s accidental homelessness 'czar'? U.S. District Judge David O. Carter

It’s an idea that always beguiles but never delivers. Why can’t L.A. have a homelessness “czar,” a single person with the power to corral and direct the hodgepodge of agencies, as well as bridge the political divides that stymie government’s best intentions? Mayor Karen Bass has her deputy for homelessness and housing. The county has […]

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Las Vegas' Mirage Resort to close after 34-year run. Volcano to go dormant

Once hailed as “Las Vegas’ first 21 Century resort,” The Mirage Hotel & Casino confirmed Wednesday that its iconic volcano outside of its front entrance is going dormant less than a quarter of a century into the new millennium. Owner Hard Rock International announced the hotel will cease operations on July 17, with bookings being

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Sen. Bernie Sanders endorses 2 California ballot measures, including rent control expansion

Sen. Bernie Sanders, who remains popular in California after winning the state’s 2020 Democratic presidential primary, on Wednesday announced he is throwing his support behind two ballot measures related to rent control and restrictions on oil drilling. “Landlords should not be allowed to raise rents to whatever they want, whenever they want. Big Oil should

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Buying a home in Southern California? There are now more options

For much of the past year, the Southern California housing market has been defined by an extreme shortage of homes for sale. The abnormal scarcity — compounded by the region’s long-running underproduction of housing — emerged when homeowners chose not to sell and give up pandemic-era mortgage rates. The so-called seller strike helped pushed home

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Trial over mass evictions at Barrington Plaza could hinge on meaning of "permanent"

What does “permanent” mean? For more than 100 people still living at the massive Westside apartment complex Barrington Plaza one year after their owner sought to evict them, a judge’s answer to that question, expected soon, is vital to their future. People who live in rent-controlled properties, such as Barrington Plaza, enjoy special protections against

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Hepatitis A spreading among Los Angeles homeless population, health officials say

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is investigating an outbreak of the highly contagious liver disease hepatitis A among its homeless population. Health officials said five cases of hepatitis A have been reported since mid-March among people experiencing homelessness. The virus, which can spread among people even before they have symptoms, can be

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$3.3 billion available for mental health beds as Newsom kick-starts Prop. 1 spending

Gov. Gavin Newsom is set to announce Tuesday that the state will make $3.3 billion in funding available by July to begin building inpatient and outpatient mental health treatment centers as part of a massive effort to transform California’s mental health system and address the homelessness crisis. The money is the first tranche of a

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Erewhon sues city to stop Sportsmen's Lodge development in Studio City

The owners of Erewhon have filed an environmental lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles, the latest attempt by the upscale supermarket chain to stop the planned demolition of Sportsmen’s Lodge hotel in Studio City to make way for a new apartment complex. Erewhon operates a store next to the defunct hotel and previously joined

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