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LOS ANGELES - A few dozen tenants from a working-class neighborhood here hopped into their vehicles, creating a caravan that would head to affluent Orange County.After the hour-long drive in late May, the group converged on the sidewalk in front of a two-story house with Spanish-tile roofing belonging to Gina Kim - their landlord's daughter. Chung Suk Kim had purchased the seven-building apartment complex in Los Angeles for $8.5 million in September. Eviction notices for all 80 residents - almost all of them black or Latino - went up a few weeks later, indicating that the owner wanted to convert the units, located near the University of Southern California, into student housing."Vulture landlord, get a real job! Vulture landlord, get a real job!" the tenants shouted. A pair of police cars soon arrived.But chanting is not the only way the tenants are making their feelings known. Since the eviction notices were posted some eight months ago, they have refused to pay rent.
Everything bad is the fault of democrats. Maybe it's even democrats fault that too many people with IQs under 90 choose to be republicans.
In So-Cal and all of Ca. housing prices have reached higher prices than the 07' bubble. 3k in rent for a crappy 3bd s.f. house in Fountain Valley...lol. 2k for a 1B studio in Brea!Anyone buying as an investment rental needs there heads examined or be willing to wait 20yrs before running a profit.
Do people have a right to space on planet earth? If every square inch of the planet is already owned and we keep pooping out children, where do we go from here?