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12|5|18 USC Trojan Family Newsletter: Innovative Real Estate Development Projects Tackle L.A.’s Challenges
12|3|18 Curbed LA: Rents still flat in LA, despite low vacancies
11|29|18 Bristol Herald: Natalie Campisi: Why the 5-year home sale rule still makes sense (most of the time)
11|29|18 The News & Observer: Natalie Campisi: Why the 5-year home sale rule still makes sense (most of the time)
11|29|18 The Orange County Register: Southern California home sales slump continues for third straight month, CoreLogic reports
11|27|18 Bankrate: Why the 5-year home sale rule still makes sense (most of the time)
11|27|18 GlobeSt: UCLA Takes Home NAIOP Challenge Silver Shovel Award
11|20|18 Hartsburg News: Urban Land Institute to Tackle the Impact of Rent Control on California’s Economy
11|9|18 Mansion Global: Changes in Luxury Real Estate Often Are a Sign of What’s to Come for Rest of the Market
11|5|18 Long Beach Business Journal: New USC Forecast: Southern California Rents To Remain Unaffordable
11|1|18 Curbed LA: Rental prices still holding steady, with one-bedrooms going for $1,370
10|30|18 Los Angeles Times: Is winter coming for Southern California's housing market? Sales are falling and price cuts are more common
10|29|18 Lexington Herald Leader: California realtors say Proposition 5 would ‘unlock the housing market,’ freeing up more inventory. Experts don’t agree
10|29|18 The Acorn: Rent control initiative a key issue
10|29|18 ABC7 Eyewitness News: ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ on 10 campaigns warn affordable housing is at stake
10|26|18 Long Beach Business Journal: Real Estate & Development
10|26|18 Pasadena Star-News: Amid a ‘rent-burden crisis,’ will tenants vote yes on Prop. 10, expanding rent control?
10|26|18 SoCal Real Estate: SoCal Rents Expected to Rise Significantly by 2020
10|26|18 Los Angeles Daily News: Amid a ‘rent-burden crisis,’ will tenants vote yes on Prop. 10, expanding rent control?
10|26|18 Los Angeles Times: Realtors say Proposition 5 would ‘unlock the housing market,’ freeing up more inventory. Experts don’t agree