Fewer Calif. Homeowners Are "Underwater;" More Are "Equity Rich" By Steve Milne • Nov 17, 2016 TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit peoriapublicradio.org Rising home prices throughout California mean more homeowners are earning equity... and fewer are underwater. Capital Public Radio's Steve Milne reports. Listen Listening... / 1:02 KVCR's Ken Vincent introduces report from Capital Public Radio's Steve Milne Tags: California housingTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Calif. Home Foreclosures Down Sharply By Steve Milne • Jul 14, 2016 en.wikipedia.org New numbers out this morning show home foreclosure activity between April and June was below pre-recession levels. Capital Public Radio's Steve Milne reports. Residential Rents Rise In IE And Elsewhere In California By Matt Guilhem • Oct 7, 2015 www.wayyago.com A new report out from real estate website Apartment List finds California has some of the highest rents in the country. As KVCR's Matt Guilhem reports, rents are up both across the state and here in the Inland Empire. July Housing Data: Calif. Foreclosures Down, But Bank Repossessions Up By Steve Milne • Aug 20, 2015 www.scpr.org New California housing data released today [Thursday] show July was the fourth consecutive month with a year-over-year increase in bank repossessions. Capital Public Radio's Steve Milne reports. "Flipping" Homes In California Is Down; Profits Down Too By Steve Milne • Aug 6, 2015 michiganradio.org New data suggest fewer California homes are being "flipped," which means buying, fixing up, and selling home all within one year. Capital Public Radio's Steve Milne reports.