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Week of April 30, 2018

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PDFfiller’s antitrust suit survives first challenge by CAR
The fight over a healthy real estate forms market continues.

High home selling costs hold back sellers
Hidden selling costs are a big burden on CA sellers.

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Wells Fargo fined $1 billion for inappropriate rate lock fees
The banking giant was recently fined by the CFPB.

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Poll  Vote on it

Where are prices right now in terms of a California real estate market cycle?

 
 

New bill seeks to incentivize more student housing
11% of CSU students report being homeless during 2017.

Deaths affecting market value [video]
Disclosure rules for a death that affects market value.

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Buyer purchasing power down as interest rates rise [chart]
The BPPI was negative in March 2018 due to higher mortgage rates.

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Boomers retire and CA trembles [chart]
The population of senior Californians grew in 2016.

Is a mortgage holder required to provide a single point of contact to a borrower seeking a mortgage modification?
Get the ruling here.

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Using the yield spread to forecast recessions and recoveries [chart]
The yield spread remained low in March 2018.

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Form udpates  Form Updates This Month

- Transaction Disclosure Sheets: Form 313

- Landlord and Tenant Forms: Form 571

 

To access all updated forms, view our RPI Forms library here.

 

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