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California Has 0.2% Decrease In Homeownership Since 2010

California Has 0.2% Decrease In Homeownership Since 2010

Mike LaFirenza The COVID-19 pandemic created divergent fortunes for different parts of the income scale, and housing provides some of the starkest examples. Low-income earners were more likely to lose their jobs or have hours cut back and as a result relied more on government stimulus measures like direct payments, expanded unemployment benefits, eviction moratoriums, […]

Homeless Encampment Evictions In Ventura County Watershed Areas

Homeless Encampment Evictions In Ventura County Watershed Areas

 by Doug Partello Ventura County has implemented a program to clean out the riverbeds of homeless encampments, beginning with a task force led by the County Executive Office, with support by the Board of Supervisors, Offices of Carmen Ramirez, District 5, Matt Levere, District 3, cities of Oxnard and Ventura, community partner organizations, county departments, […]

Oxnard, CA | Halaco Homeless Encampment Eviction Set For November

Oxnard, CA | Halaco Homeless Encampment Eviction Set For November

News Release The City of Oxnard is using $790,000, from federal funds, to do an eviction of the Halaco homeless encampment, which is on private property, next month, in November, 2021. The homeless are residing on and near the slag pile, of the EPA Super Fund site, which is a toxic waste dump, in south […]

California Has 2nd Lowest Homeownership Rate In U.S.

California Has 2nd Lowest Homeownership Rate In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza Income inequality has been a major social, political, and economic issue since the Great Recession, and the uneven effects of the COVID-19 economy has only made the gaps between America’s haves and have-nots even starker. These divergent economic fortunes will continue to have a major effect on housing in the U.S. During the […]

Landlords Sue Los Angeles For $100M Over Eviction Moratorium

Landlords Sue Los Angeles For $100M Over Eviction Moratorium

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A property management company is suing the city of Los Angeles for $100 million over its eviction moratorium. GHP Management Corp. and 13 companies owned by real estate developer Geoffrey Palmer say the eviction moratorium has caused “astronomical” financial losses and that it’s legally entitled to compensation from […]

A California couple bought a home over a year ago, but because of a legal loophole the previous owner refuses to leave

A California couple bought a home over a year ago, but because of a legal loophole the previous owner refuses to leave

By Mary Meisenzahl  A couple bought a home in Riverside, California, in January 2020, but over a year later they haven’t been able to move in because the seller refuses to leave, Fox 11 LA reported. Tracie and Myles Albert bought the four-bedroom home in cash for the asking price of $560,000, real estate agent Chris […]

Governor Gavin Newsom Announces Major Financial Relief Package: 90-Day Mortgage Payment Relief During COVID-19 Crisis

Governor Gavin Newsom Announces Major Financial Relief Package: 90-Day Mortgage Payment Relief During COVID-19 Crisis

    Mar 25, 2020 Governor Newsom announces financial institutions will provide relief for vast majority of Californians. Californians economically impacted by COVID-19 may receive 90-day grace periods to make mortgage payments.  Financial institutions agree not to negatively impact credit reports as a result of accepting payment relief. SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced […]

Ventura Prohibits No Fault Evictions

Ventura Prohibits No Fault Evictions

By Gina Harden VENTURA – December 2, the City Council unanimously adopted an emergency ordinance prohibiting no fault evictions from December 2, 2019 until January 1, 2020, when AB1482, the State’s rent control law takes effect. City Attorney Gregory Diaz presented a power point presentation on the “Just Cause for Eviction” ordinance which “…requires residential […]

Ownership, Possession and the Unlawful Detainer Process (Eviction)

Ownership, Possession and the Unlawful Detainer Process (Eviction)

By Jennifer Felten The difference between ownership and possession came into sharp focus for a woman in Nashville last month when she bought her first home.  After taking title to the property she was shocked to find that the seller was still in the property refusing to leave. The fact is that most people think […]