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Your first tuesday real estate news
Week of October 3, 2016 

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HUD kills SF's preferential housing plan for minority residents
San Francisco's answer to gentrification was rejected due to disparate impact.

License eligibility for unlicensed real estate practitioners, and gender-conforming language
Recent legislative updates to licensing rules.

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Long-awaited Atmosphere eases San Diego affordable housing shortage
The development will house both low-income and formerly homeless residents.

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More one-person households buying homes
The number of single households is holding steady.

May property owners refuse to perform on a tenant’s purchase option due to a breach occurring years prior?
Get the ruling here.

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FARM: The drawbacks of overpricing your home for sale
A flyer to help your clients avoid overpricing their home.

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FARM: November Newsletter 2016
A printable newsletter for the month of November.

Refinances up while rates remain low
The number of residential refinances in CA increased in Q2 2016.

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FARM: Repairs to consider before selling your home
Help your seller clients prep their homes for a sale with these repairs.

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REIT: playing the real estate game from the sidelines
Share values were up from the prior year in Q3 2016.

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