[Name], change ahead for the CFPB, and the YIMBY movement.  

Your first tuesday real estate news
Week of December 26, 2016 

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Fight continues over constitutionality of CFPB
Change is ahead for financial regulation.

The new metropolitan mantra: “yes-in-my-backyard”
The YIMBY perspective is gaining popularity among young urban dwellers.

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Increasing the welfare exemption limit for property taxes
Updates to the welfare exemption limit.

Mortgage loan originators in CA on the rise
The MLO population increased in Q3 2016.

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Can a buyer’s broker collect a fee from the buyer without a written listing agreement?
Get the ruling here.

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Disclosures on residential earthquake insurance policies
New disclosure rules for earthquake insurance providers.

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The rise and fall of real estate brokers and agents
The number of active agents continued to increase in November 2016.

FARM: Just Sold
Advertise a home you recently sold.

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Refinances up while rates remain low
The number of residential mortgages refinanced spiked in Q3 2016.

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FARM: Letter to past clients
Request referrals from your past clients.

FARM: Grow a winter garden
Tips for growing a garden in the winter.

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Regional housing indicators
We posted updates on housing trends in CA's largest regions.

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