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Week of October 24, 2016 

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Low GDP growth drags down U.S. economy — not in CA
GDP growth and housing in the Golden State.

Residential construction catch-up: a tale of two cities
How Tokyo may offer solutions to CA's housing crisis.

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Trustee’s fees in a nonjudicial foreclosure
New legislation increases trustee's fee amounts.

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Do you support a public ranking of real estate agents in your area?

 
 

Can an income property owner deduct rental income losses without showing material participation?
Get the ruling here.

How to time the market [chart]
An analysis of the yield spread and home sales volume.

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FARM: Considering a farm purchase?
A flyer for farm and ranch experts.

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The rising trend in CA construction starts [chart]
SFR starts rose over the past six months, while multi-family starts decelerated.

FARM: Market’s hot – but interest rates may be going up – sell now!
Solicit clients in today's high-priced market.

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Student debt weighs down the housing market [chart]
The decreasing first-time homebuyer demographics correspond with rising student debt.

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How Accurate is Zillow?

 
 

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