By Stephanie Bertholdo
In today’s hyperinflated housing market, many Southern Californians can’t afford to live near where they work. This is especially true for local teachers, firefighters, police officers and other civil servants who serve Conejo Valley/Las Virgenes communities but find the price tag of $500,000 or more for a small Agoura Hills home prohibitive.
So what’s an average worker to do? Spend time—a lot of time—comm...
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