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The new European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) rules aimed at better protecting retail clients who trade leveraged products came into effect at the end... [Read More]
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Floor plans with airy great rooms, kitchens featuring polished granite countertops and California rooms that blend indoor and outdoor living are among the design elements... [Read More]
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Companies recruiting for workers include Amazon, Geodis and several others. [Read More]
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The Inland Empire has more industrial real estate under construction than anywhere else in the United States, with more than 16.9 million square feet of... [Read More]
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The Inland Empire has more industrial real estate under construction than anywhere else in the United States, with more than 16.9 million square feet of... [Read More]
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Harley Knox Logistics Center, a lumber warehouse in Perris changed hands in a $16.35-million deal. [Read More]
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If Housing Long Beach's signature gathering efforts are successful, the measure is most likely to appear on the March 2020 ballot. [Read More]
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Manufacturers in Riverside and San Bernardino counties are enjoying a growth streak that's been ongoing for nearly a year and a half, according to a... [Read More]
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The pace of new home permitting appears to be picking up around the Riverside and San Bernardino counties, but the number of permits granted by... [Read More]
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A new pilot program for would-be Long Beach renters is designed to cover the bills that often come before it's even time to hand over... [Read More]
There is less segregation in Riverside and San Bernardino counties than there is in the United States as a whole, although the region became a... [Read More]
Investors spent nearly $1 billion buying Long Beach apartment buildings over a 12-month period, well more than any other submarket in Greater Los Angeles. [Read More]
Location is a bigger factor than a job offer when it comes to renters' decisions to move to the Inland Empire area, and slightly fewer... [Read More]
Location is a bigger factor than a job offer when it comes to renters' decisions to move to the Inland Empire area, and slightly fewer... [Read More]
Hundreds and hundreds of new homes, some of which come equipped with new-age "smart home" technology from the likes of Apple and Amazon, are transforming... [Read More]
The reports also suggest renters earning less than the median income in either county may be spending roughly two-thirds or more of their paychecks to... [Read More]
Defense contractor Raytheon Co. is building a new hangar at Ontario International Airport to house the company's flying test platform. [Read More]
The Inland Empire's renters may enjoy greater tax benefits relative to homeowners following last year's changes to the U.S. tax code, a major brokerage reported. [Read More]
The money will help finance down-payment assistance for new home owners and other services. [Read More]
The latest turn in the long-running legal feud over a Carson law limiting rent increases at mobile home parks went in the city's favor, and... [Read More]
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