Splitting the mortgage check
Mar 4, 2019

Splitting the mortgage check

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Rumblings early Monday indicate negotiators might be closing in on a U.S.-China tariff deal. China kicks off its big government meeting this week to tackle everything from slowing growth to a new foreign investment law and, of course, the aforementioned tariff deal. And as the housing market appears to get tighter and tighter in places like Los Angeles, some homebuyers are looking to go in on properties with others, but who ends up losing?

Today's show is sponsored by Kronos and WellFrame.

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

Feb 27, 2019
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.
Pedestrians walk past new apartments in Los Angeles, California. 
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Rumblings early Monday indicate negotiators might be closing in on a U.S.-China tariff deal. China kicks off its big government meeting this week to tackle everything from slowing growth to a new foreign investment law and, of course, the aforementioned tariff deal. And as the housing market appears to get tighter and tighter in places like Los Angeles, some homebuyers are looking to go in on properties with others, but who ends up losing?

Today’s show is sponsored by Kronos and WellFrame.

The team

Victoria Craig Host, BBC
Stephen Ryan Senior Producer, BBC
Jonathan Frewin Producer, BBC
Daniel Shin Producer
Brian Allison Engineer
Meredith Garretson Morbey Senior Producer
Erika Soderstrom Producer
Rose Conlon Producer
Alex Schroeder Producer