Jonathan Lansner, Whittier Daily News

Jonathan Lansner

Whittier Daily News

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Recent articles by Jonathan:

California house-hunt pain: Smaller homes at higher prices

The typical 2022 California listing was 1,750 square feet – 104 square feet smaller that pre-pandemic 2019. → Read More

California’s economic double whammy: tech, housing losses mount

Industry impact studies suggest tech and homes could be roughly one-third of all business activity. → Read More

The mistake that cost Disney’s Bob Chapek his CEO job

What Chapek misread – and he’s by no means alone – is that the pandemic is over to the American consumer. → Read More

‘Encouraging’ inflation trends? San Francisco Fed president sees some – San Bernardino Sun

Mary Daly spoke to a gathering of local business executives at the Orange County Business Council offices in Irvine. → Read More

California mortgage-making takes record 63% dive

This home-loan crater is deeper than anything we witnessed during bubble-bursting, housing meltdown of the mid-2000s. → Read More

Southern California’s 8 million jobs sets new record – Daily News

Southern California adds 109,200 workers in the biggest hiring spree in 20 months. → Read More

Who’s the Texas billionaire buying Laguna Beach resort for $650 million?

Forbes magazine says Tilman Fertitta, owner of the NBA’s Houston Rockets, is worth $7.6 billion. → Read More

Who’s the Texas billionaire buying Montage Laguna Beach for $650 million? – Orange County Register

Forbes magazine says Tilman Fertitta is worth $7.6 billion? → Read More

Is California happiness worth its steep price?

California was third-happiest in my composite wellness rankings. → Read More

Mailbag: White cars are practical – not boring, readers say

Owners of white cars – 30% of all California vehicles – seemed particular bothered being called “boring”. → Read More

Double-digit grocery inflation hits every meal

Inland Empire groceries cost 13.3% more in a year. In Los Angeles and Orange counties, food inflation is up 10.8%. → Read More

Orange County loses 9 million-dollar ZIPs in 4 months

September’s 38 seven-figure ZIPs had 1,019 sales – 45% of all purchases – vs. 10 “affordable” ZIPs with 261 sales, or 11% of all purchases. → Read More

Mapped: Where the most rain fell Tuesday in Orange County

The foothills were hit hardest by the Election Day storm. → Read More

Where do California home sellers cut prices the most?

California metro areas in this study had 24% of listings with reductions in asking price – a share up 16 percentage points in a year. → Read More

California apartment rents fall in 89% of big cities in October

The 1.3% dip from September to a median $2,222 is the largest one-month decline in data that dates to 2017. → Read More

Where are California rents falling fastest?

California apartment rents fell for the second-consecutive month in October with pricing taking its biggest one-month drop since at least 2017. → Read More

Why no home-price declines in 6 years?

“Crash, correction or chill” looks at economic and real estate trends that offer hints about how deep housing’s troubles may be. → Read More

Why no home-price declines in 6 years?

The last time any state had a 12-month decline in home prices was 2016’s second quarter – and it was just Connecticut. → Read More

Crashing California: Your guide to home-price losses

There’s a 25% chance that California home prices are falling at a given point, going back a half-century. → Read More

Southern Californians, did you get a 6% raise this summer?

Southern California is a fairly good example of how employers across the U.S. have been forced to pay up for talent in the pandemic era. → Read More