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Week of April 25, 2016 

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Xenophobia and the California real estate licensee
An analysis of immigrant discrimination in CA real estate.

Are underwater homes here to stay?
Why negative equity may be the new norm.

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Fair Housing now prohibits bans on tenants with criminal history
HUD guidelines clarify fair housing protection for tenants with a criminal record.

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Do you hold any private real estate designations (such as the GRI, CRS, CPM, CCIM)?

 
 

The “as-is” clause – negligent failure to disclose
A review of requirements for the disclosure of property conditions.

Increased access to gov't-insured mortgages
Looser government lending standards ease homebuyer access to mortgages.

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Solicit offers via a marketing package
A guide to creating a complete marketing package for your listings.

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Supreme Court decision opens doors for wrongful foreclosure suits
See the court's reasoning behind this important ruling.

Suitable for building: California parcel geology
Know the variations in California soil to help clients purchase land.

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San Jose rent increases limited to 5%
A new rent control ordinance aims to protect tenants from high rent increases.

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Notices of intent to enter a dwelling and temporarily displace a tenant
Analyzing the form used by a landlord to provide notice of intent to enter.

California real estate and the PATH Act — what you need to know
See how some agents may benefit from this tax law.

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Jobs move real estate
Job number rose in February 2016.

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Can an owner preempt foreclosure by disputing the trust deed assignment?
Get the ruling here.

Client Q&A: What is a deed-in-lieu?
Provide some insight into the deed-in-lieu for your clients.

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Is an appraisal independent when a party of interest hires and pays the appraiser?
A California court of appeals weighs in.

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Client Q&A: What is a balloon payment mortgage?
Explain balloon payments to your clients.

Using the yield spread to forecast recessions and recoveries
The yield spread increased in March 2016.

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FARM: Budgeting tips for new owners
Share these budgeting tips with your homebuying clients.

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FARM: Just sold in your area
Announce your home sale to neighbors with this flyer.

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Gold standard: not the answer for long-term home price stability
The price of gold increased in Q1 2016.

   

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