Coachella Valley is known for splendor with its hipster music festival and grand resorts, but in another part of the valley…
Young Americans – those born between the early 1980s and 2000s, often referred to as millennials – are finding it increasingly difficult to buy homes today, and according to recent data, they cite debt management and the higher cost of living as impediments.
California’s housing crisis, water problems and gaps in workforce skills are hampering the state’s economy, which has typically ranked among the strongest in the world.
According to current U.S. Census data, California is the poorest state in the nation. Taking into account the costs of living and federal aid that can help families find affordable housing, California is more impoverished than Louisiana, Mississippi or Georgia.
Do you know what a food desert is? Simply stated, it means that it is difficult to get to a local grocery store stocked with fresh fruits and vegetables and all the other typical food items you would expect to find.