[Name], the DRE's missing Code of Ethics, and CA's inventory crunch. 

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Week of June 25, 2018

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Where is the DRE’s code of ethics?
The absence of a DRE code of ethics leaves CA licensees without guidance.

CA’s inventory crunch hits mid- and low-tier buyers hardest
The inventory shortage is not evenly distributed across home price tiers.

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CA home to nation’s least affordable rentals
Six of the ten least affordable rental markets are in CA.

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What is the number one activity most needed to assure a transaction closes?

 
 

Don’t be left high & dry — consider water supplies before buying property
Our guest writers discuss water rights and use when buying property.

New property insurance bills set to assist homeowners affected by wildfires
Homeowners insurance may be getting a facelift.

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CA bill seeks to fill gap left by federal tax changes to help homeless population
The changes reduce the low-income housing tax credit.

Is an owner liable for the nondisclosure of a material defect they are not aware of?
A California court of appeals weighs in.

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How to time the market [chart]
Three factors help you anticipate the best action for 2018 and beyond.

May a county impose a documentary transfer tax on the transfer of a majority interest in a company owning property?
Get the ruling here.

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Form udpates  Form Updates This Month

- Landlord and Tenant Forms: Forms 550, 551, 552, 552-1, 552-2, 552-3, 552-4, 552-5 and 552-6

 

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

 

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