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Week of August 7, 2017

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Mom and pop investors struggle to profit in CA
CA rents don’t cover the costs of ownership.

Marketing Package Cost Sheet, and Authorization to Vendors to Provide Services
Analysis of the forms used for marketing packages.

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Retirees prioritize living close to family
Blood is thicker than jobs, climate and quality of life.

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Is Prop 13 a regressive tax regime?

 
 

Residential rents gaining momentum
The average U.S. rent experienced substantial monthly growth.

CA’s job recovery continues for agents and brokers
The Monthly Statistcal Update for August 2017.

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Brokerage Reminder: Escape assessments – when the purchase price is not market value
Learn how to handle an escape assessment on a property.

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CA home sales volume lays low [chart]
Home sales in June were level with the prior year.

FARM: September Newsletter
A printable and email newsletter for September.

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CA tiered home pricing [chart]
Home prices continued to rise in May.

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FARM: Maximize your investment
A flyer for owners of investment property.

Investor smarts: gathering parcel information
The information needed to get a full picture of a property.

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