L.A. homebuyers are teaming up. Where does that leave renters?

Anna Scott Feb 27, 2019
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Pedestrians walk past new apartments in Los Angeles, California.  FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP

L.A. homebuyers are teaming up. Where does that leave renters?

Anna Scott Feb 27, 2019
Pedestrians walk past new apartments in Los Angeles, California.  FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP
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Los Angeles has one of the country’s most expensive housing markets, leading buyers to band together with others to split the cost of a property. This developing trend helps to cut prices for some, but also has a downside.

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