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The Claremont Courier provides a mix of fact-based housing information along with access to the latest Claremont homes for sale and rent. Also included are a list of sales professionals with a proven track record for finding and managing the purchase of your next home.

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As the final two months of the year unfold, it’s likely that 2023 will be the slowest real estate market since the housing bubble burst in 2008. Stubbornly high prices combined with the highest mortgage interest rates in a generation have made it increasingly difficult to buy a home, which has placed downward pressure on demand. Courier photo/Steven Felschundneff

by Andrew Alonzo | La Popular Restaurant, the new tenant at the former Rhino Records site at 235 N. Yale Ave., is set to open Monday, November 20. A […]

The nation’s largest nonprofit developer of affordable housing has purchased a former church site in Claremont where it plans to build an apartment building for veterans, including some who are unhoused. Illustration/courtesy of Mercy Housing California

On August 28 workers from Southern California Edison knocked on Claremont resident Bob Mendez’s door to inform him that they were going to replace the utility pole on his property.

Though the intended audience was Mountain Avenue residents, the meeting garnered interest from the broader community, including those advocating for increased safety measures for cyclists. Courier photo/Steven Felschundneff

It’s been just over a month since a sweeping new ordinance to shield Claremont’s renters from specific no-fault evictions became the law of the land, and already it appears to have proven effective. 

Larkin Place is now fully funded, having received approval for the federal tax credits Jamboree Housing Corporation sought to complete its financing of the permanent supportive housing project. The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee agreed Wednesday to award $1.1 million to Jamboree Larkin Place’s construction.

When the Claremont City Council approved its housing element last week, it also hit the pause button on a state law that can preempt local control over housing production.