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House Farm Workers! Welcomes New Executive Director Gabrielle Vignone

House Farm Workers! Welcomes New Executive Director Gabrielle Vignone

Ventura County – After an extensive search, the House Farm Workers! Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Gabrielle Vignone has accepted the position of Executive Director at the nonprofit and began her new position on October 1, 2021. Gabrielle Vignone joins the organization with over 13 years of comprehensive experience in the housing […]

Trading of Evergrande Shares HALTED As Ponzi Collapse Spreads, Bond Holders Left As Bag Holders

Trading of Evergrande Shares HALTED As Ponzi Collapse Spreads, Bond Holders Left As Bag Holders

by: Ethan Huff (Natural News) A few days ago, the Chinese government halted all trading of Evergrande (HKG:03333) stock, claiming that the move is necessary in order to “restructure” the failing developer. Massive overleveraging resulted in a partial collapse of the stock before the government quickly intervened to “save” it, effectively kicking the can down the road and […]

California Homeowners Spend Most On Housing

California Homeowners Spend Most On Housing

Mike LaFirenza Housing prices in the U.S. have been on a steep upward trajectory over the last year and are continuing to climb. Unusual economic conditions, strong demand for homes, and record low inventory have made the residential real estate market highly competitive and sent prices skyrocketing. According to data from the Department of Housing […]

Evergrande Denies Rumors Of Bankruptcy As Crisis Boils Over, Social Unrest Breaks Out Across China

Evergrande Denies Rumors Of Bankruptcy As Crisis Boils Over, Social Unrest Breaks Out Across China

BY Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge China Evergrande Group, the largest and most indebted, and certainly most insolvent property developer in China, is – together with its $300+ billion in debt – rapidly approaching its “China moment.” Five days after reports of a technical default at Evergrande, which slammed China’s property market and sent Chinese junk […]

California Has 85.5% Mortgage Loan Approval Rate, Above Average

California Has 85.5% Mortgage Loan Approval Rate, Above Average

Pent-up demand from the pandemic, low interest rates, and a shortage of properties have created a booming housing market with near record levels of refinance activity. While typical home values have increased by 15% from a year ago, the housing market is expected to stay hot in many cities through the end of the year […]

11.8% Of California Residents Live In Poverty

11.8% Of California Residents Live In Poverty

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. government has pumped unprecedented amounts of financial relief to American households to stave off potential economic disaster. From the expansions of social safety net programs like unemployment insurance and food stamps to multiple rounds of direct payments, Congress’s multiple relief packages over the last year have helped put many […]

California Has The 12th Highest Income Limit For Affordable Housing In The U.S.

As the U.S. begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and work towards economic recovery, one of the major economic issues to watch in the months and years ahead is housing. The pandemic has in some ways increased economic inequality, and trends in housing show it. Many high earners are using favorable mortgage interest rates […]

Californian Destination States See Home Prices Skyrocket

Californian Destination States See Home Prices Skyrocket

By Cole Lauterbach  | The Center Square  (The Center Square) – A popular gripe about Californians moving into nearby states is they bring their politics with them. The newest complaint could be they’re bringing high home prices as well. Property data provider CoreLogic released its monthly Home Price Index on Tuesday, reflecting May values. It showed home […]

County of Ventura approves $3.65 million in additional funding for Farmworker Household Assistance Program

County of Ventura approves $3.65 million in additional funding for Farmworker Household Assistance Program

Editor’s note: The county allegedly received this grant then shopped it to United Farmworkers to administer it with no oversight.  County of Ventura approves $3.65 million in additional funding for Farmworker Household Assistance Program to help farmworkers struggling from ongoing impacts of COVID-19 Ventura, CA – Today, the Board of Supervisors approved an additional $3.65 […]

The Finest Trick of the Developer is to Persuade You That Free Markets Should Not Exist

The Finest Trick of the Developer is to Persuade You That Free Markets Should Not Exist

COLUMN by Joel Schlosberg New York City Council candidate Alexa Aviles asserts that “the free market will never provide decent housing for all, and we should stop pretending otherwise” (“The Free Market Will Never Provide Decent Housing for All,” The Indypendent, April 2). Who’s pretending? Aviles doesn’t outright claim that the current housing market is […]

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