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The Golden State has no peers when it comes to expanding GDP, raising household income, investing in innovation and a host of other key metrics.

June 14, 2021 – By Matthew A. Winkler

Year-to-date deliveries accounted for some 10,400 units across the top 10 markets in the state, according to Yardi Matrix data.

June 2, 2021 – By Lucia Morosanu

May 27, 2021 – By Holden Lewis, Nerd Wallet

May 25, 2021 – By Press Enterprise


Frustrated Southern California house hunters shouldn’t expect homebuilders to offer much help with limited choices any time soon. Los Angeles and Orange County builders have the nation’s thinnest supply of lots to build on while the Inland Empire is middle-of-the-pack.

May 20, 2021 – By Jonathan Lansner

Study says the farther an apartment is from Los Angeles, the higher its potential for rent increases in the next year


Existing, single-family home sales totaled 458,170 in April on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, up 2.6 percent from March and up 65.1 percent from April 2020.

April’s statewide median home price was $813,980, up 7.2 percent from March and up 34.2 percent from April 2020.

Year-to-date statewide home sales were up 26.2 percent in April.


Nikki Pechet started Homebound, a marketplace for home design and construction, after the devastating 2017 fires in Northern California. Now she has her sights set on addressing the rest of America’s dire housing shortage.

May 4, 2021 – By Nate Berg

Existing, single-family home sales totaled 446,410 in March on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, down 3.5 percent from February and up 19.7 percent from March 2020.

March’s statewide median home price was $758,990, up 8.6 percent from February and up 23.9 percent from March 2020.

Year-to-date statewide home sales were up 17.1 percent in March.


With homes selling faster and for more than the asking price, the housing market is thriving across the country. It’s particularly intense in counties like Riverside and San Bernardino, where experts say prices are slightly more affordable.

April 16, 2021 – By Leticia Juarez and Grace Manthey

Limited inventory, low interest rates and bidding wars are driving prices sky-high

April 3, 2021 – By Nicole Friedman

May 28, 2021 – By KIRK SIEGLER

May 27, 2021 – By CBSLA Staff

May 22, 2021 – By TY HAQQI

A modest market cool-down appears to be on the horizon, but Southern California could buck the trend

May 20, 2021 – By Ian Spiegelman

Rising material costs and supply shortages along with expected increases in mortgage rates are expected to keep a growing number of potentially prospective home buyers in multi-family rentals.

May 10, 2021 – By Ted Knutson

The state lost 182,000 people in 2020, but added 100,000 homes, for 270,000 people. Los Angeles lost 52,000 people, added 18,000 homes. San Francisco lost 14,800 people, added 4,000 homes.

May 9, 2021 – By Wolf Richter


May 4, 2021 – By Kelsey Pudloski

May 4, 2021 – By Palash Ghosh

April 27, 2021 – By JOSEPH PIMENTEL

April 24, 2021 – By Scott Wilson

Home prices jumped by 17.2 percent in Los Angeles County last month, and the story was the same across the region

April 21, 2021 – By Ian Spiegelman

While the occupancy rate was down 30 basis points year-over-year through February nationwide, these five metros saw upticks of as much as 330 basis points during the same period.

April 19, 2021 – By Razvan Cimpean

April 19, 2021 – By Christina Hughes Babb

Many home buyers are opting to waive contingencies. Here’s what to know about this risky strategy.

April 17, 2021 – By Jacob Passy

Largest price increases in the US were in Austin, Texas; Fresno, California

April 15, 2021 – By Tim Glaze

April 13, 2021 – By Manuela Tobias, Matt Levin & Ben Christopher

April 13, 2021 – By Ben Geier, CEPF®

The least competitive homebuyers in the country can be found in Virginia Beach, according to LendingTree, followed by Riverside, California, and Atlanta. Homes in those three cities are being sold for, on average, $314,000, $314,000 and $322,000, respectively, per Realtor.com and Zillow.

April 7, 2021 – By Tim Glaze

June 11, 2021 – By Joel Kotkin

June 11, 2021 – By deepdesrochers

June 11, 2021 – By Times Herald

The boogeyman isn’t who you want it to be.

June 11, 2021 – By Jerusalem Demsas

May 28, 2021 – by Amy Perry

April 27, 2021 – By David Rae

Colliers International’s Chris Sheehan on what to expect from the nation’s top industrial market.

April 21, 2021 – By Tudor Scolca

March 5, 2021 – By Lauren Hepler, CalMatters

February 9, 2021 – By Tim Kohut

January 27, 2021, By Ingo Winzer

January 14, 2021, By Brandon Cornett

January 6, 2021 – By MATT LEVIN

January 3, 2021 – By Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky

December 21, 2020, By Matt Levin

With the end of the pandemic in sight, more people will relocate than in over a decade

December 15, 2020, Redfin

June 7, 2021 – By Natalie Campisi

June 4, 2021 – By deepdesrochers

With a key legislative deadline next week, Newsom’s housing adviser speaks about the governor’s priorities on affordable housing. The big takeaway: California is millions of housing units short, and cities hold the key.

May 27, 2021 – BY MANUELA TOBIAS


May 3, 2021 – By Bryce Jorgensen

Key legislators push duplexes, looser regulations and more money to boost housing supply.

March 23, 2021 – By NIGEL DUARA

March 13, 2021 – By Erin Baldassari


To boost housing, cities like Berkeley and Sacramento are striking down single-family zoning laws and encouraging more dense development, joining a nationwide trend.

March 1, 2021 – By Laura Bliss

January 20, 2021 – By Dana M. Reid and Matthew Widmyer

January 2, 2021 – By Press Release

June 03, 2021 – By Kelsi Maree Borland

April 16, 2021 – By WMRE Staff

A boom in e-commerce and shifting population densities as well increasing transportation costs are making industrial real estate a “can’t miss.”

Q1 2021 – By Jason Tolliver, Managing Director, Investor Services, Cushman & Wakefield

It might seem impossible that the already strong market could break new records, but the thriving industrial market recorded 26 million square feet of absorption in 2020.

February 17, 2021 – By Kelsi Maree Borland

February 10, 2021 – By Lisa Brown

In 2020, there were a record number of industrial transactions, and Phoenix and the Inland Empire were among the top markets.

January 29, 2021 – By Kelsi Maree Borland

“You keep expecting regulation to take a toll on business … but when you look at the numbers and metrics, they keep going and going.”

January 24, 2021 – By Linda Baker