energy efficient

edited by Jodi Summers Americans’ energy-conservation efforts -from switching bulbs to upgrading washing machines and air conditioners – have done more to reduce carbon emissions than the increased use of solar, wind and natural gas. Wait, this gets easier folks…metrics pouring in from utility and power grid managers in the U.S. are concluding that the […]

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New Multifamily Construction

by Jodi Summers Here are some statistics that don’t make Los Angeles proud…our City of the Angels has got the biggest disconnect between incomes and rents of anywhere in the country. Granted, we’ve made an effort. Between 1980 and 2010, Los Angeles County built the most out of any California county in the years. Despite […]

made the move

by Jodi Summers Article after article, research report after research report reveals the same conclusion: Los Angeles is now the most unaffordable rental market in the country. Let’s look at the one by researchers from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, which reached this conclusion based on an analysis of key factors. One revelation […]

money-into-property

edited by Jodi Summers Home ownership in necessary for wealth creation. Owning is better than renting because, over time, the net worth of homeowners significantly outpaces that of renters. Researchers at the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University recently analyzed the reasons why the net worth of homeowners has outclassed that of renters, […]

ApartmentForRent

edited by Jodi Summers   Los Angeles is 48% homeowners and 52% renters. Renter majority is part of a national trend. Over the last 10 years the United States has lost 1 million net homeowner households and has gained an overwhelming 10 million rental households.   The renter trend has accelerated since the downturn, and […]