California's housing crisis

For these Californians, "home" is a 32-square-foot pod, an RV or a car. In the wealthiest state of the U.S., now under mandatory stay-at-home restrictions, the housing crisis has left many behind...

04/04/2020 2:01 PM


  • Vicky A.
    2 days

    Why do they all choose LA? I'm guessing they're in quite low paying jobs & $750 seems far too much for what is basically a large coffin & shared facilities which sound inadequate, somebody's coining it that's for sure. Can't be good mentally living in these conditions long term, America such a huge country, have so many choices of where to live where the quality of life be far better than this. So much for USA being the 'greatest country in the world' when you have people having to live like this & worse, unfortunately homelessness is everywhere & there are people who for various reasons, choose to live like this

  • Ronald E.
    4 days

    That dude is Navy material! It is like being onboard ship.

  • Jack L.
    4 days

    maybe look at who runs the state lmao

  • Aneesah E.
    7 days

    California is robbing the people... the places are crap and way over priced..

  • Ama K.
    10/21/2020 00:12


  • Darren J.
    10/20/2020 15:12

    I like pods :)

  • Kathy L.
    10/19/2020 05:33

    God thank you for my apartment‼️‼️ Looking at this video made me even more grateful for what I do have‼️‼️🙌🏽🙌🏽

  • Clayton D.
    10/11/2020 10:52

    The housing is so bad in many of the large cities, because the cost of living in those same cities are forcing people out of their homes.

  • Faylene I.
    10/09/2020 18:43

    China has the same thing and same with there hotels

  • Shelly A.
    10/06/2020 04:11

    Vote out your Governor

  • Shelly A.
    10/06/2020 04:08


  • Jenni M.
    10/05/2020 14:33

    This is sad... get rid if some of the 921 golf courses and built affordable homes

  • Sapiq Z.
    10/01/2020 05:18

    Wow. Thats america? Thank God i live in Malaysia.

  • Linda G.
    09/30/2020 05:44

    It’s shameful to charge people $750 for that.

  • Ogawa .
    09/29/2020 22:27

    This is great than outside homeless. It remind me youth hotels in Europe or Japanese capsule hotels. I was a homeless in down town San Diego with my 5 years old son.(homeless time was Nov 2011-Mar 2013) Because of domestic violence. I am so glad now we live in normal apartment. Someday, I will buy our condominium😊❤️ I am going back to college and I will be a doctor 👩‍⚕️.(2028 I hope)

  • Ed M.
    09/29/2020 02:37

    God bless you

  • Frank D.
    09/28/2020 19:13

    owner making bank! 15,000 a month hahaha

  • John M.
    09/27/2020 20:07

    More and more homeless being added to it every day by the government made fires

  • Ted D.
    09/27/2020 01:47

    My generation couldnt save to buy a house up against rent what chance to they have with everything doubled and food 4 times more. This is not sustainable ...3rd world America

  • Gino G.
    09/22/2020 21:41

    ur living in a box

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