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Rotondo claimed he wasn't given enough time to leave and called the judge's decision to evict him "outrageous." The judge also asked adult protective services to look into the case.
SoCal housing prices hit new high today
|Median price in LA County $585,000 in March, higher in OC (Divanov/Shutterstock).|
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With fewer than usual houses on the market to choose from, prices bested an all-time record in April, according to a new report from real estate tracker CoreLogic.
That makes three months in a row in which the region’s price record has been broken, and homes are now selling for well above prices seen in the buildup to the 2007 mortgage crisis. In April 2018, the median price hit $590,000... More
- Price for a home in the Valley reaches new high... (Daily News, April 2018) February's median home price increased 16.7 percent from a year ago, leaving in the dust the previous record high of $675,000 set in November, according to...
- California home sales tick higher in March as median price reaches... March median price reaches eight-month high, C.A.R. reports
- Southern California home prices jump to a record high (LA Times) Southern California's median home price jumped 8.4% in March from a year earlier, setting a new all-time high, as hopeful buyers engaged in bidding.
- Buying in Los Angeles has never been more expensive (Curbed LA)
|A couple in upstate NY sued their own son, who still lives at home, to have him evicted — and they won. A judge has ruled the 30-year-old unemployed man must leave and stop tormenting his parents. Michael Rotondo, who has been living with his parents, Christina and Mark Rotondo, shows no signs of leaving, say court filings (BravoTV).|
- Millennials may never get out their parents' homes (The Boston Globe, 2017) Why has living-at-home become so voguish among millennials? More and more 25-to-34-year-olds turn up in their parents' houses... Even when millennials do move out, they're more likely to rent than...
- A financial expert explains why millennials are leaving home later... (CBC.ca, 2018) A financial expert explains why millennials are leaving home later...In 2016 the national average of adults aged 20-34 living with their parents...
- Why millennials living with their parents has become the norm... (OC Register, 2017) For people ages 18 to 34, living with one or both parents is now the most...“ lazy” -- feel entrenched in American culture...
- Goodbye, empty nest: Millennials staying longer with parents (CNBC, 2016) In 2000, only 23 percent of young adults were living with parents....The typical U.S. woman now marries at 27.1 years old, the typical man at 29.2, according to census data. ...(Percent of adults aged 18 to 34 by living arrangement)
- Why more and more Millennials aren't leaving the nest (PBS, 2015) It finds that 36 percent of women between the ages of 18 and 34 are living... When young couples get married, they don't live with their parents. f
- Millennials are finally leaving their parents' basements (Fortune, 2014) This doesn't bode well for the American housing industry....Jed Kolko, chief economist at Trulia, put together this graph, which shows that Millennials are finally moving out of their parents' houses
- Young people in China aren't living with their parents—unlike US... (Newsweek, 2017) Ninety-one percent of millennials who did not own a home... Young Americans may be taking longer to move out of their parents' home...report that said young U.S. adults ages 18 to 34 were...
- Millennials are setting new records—for living with parents (Time, 2015) More women are living at home today than in 1940....U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams testifies before the Senate ... 36% of women and 48% of men ages 18-34 lived with their families in 1940....and often stayed in their parents' house until they got married—but they usually got married much earlier.
- When will my adult kid move out? Don't push him out yet (Money, 2016) If you are the parent of an 18 to 34 year old, I wouldn't be surprised...curb and tell him to shave off his goofy millennial beard, don't do it....
- More young adults are living at home, and for longer stretches (Pew, 2017) As of 2016, 15% of 25-to-35-year-old Millennials were living in their parents' home....according to a Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. census data.