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Your first tuesday newsletter for the week of January 5, 2015:

2014 in review - and what's in store for 2015

A look at trends from last year and how they are expected to impact the market this year.

Monthly Statistical Update: CA real estate licensee and MLO populations growing, for now

Licensee populations are expanding but expected to decline again.

Capitalization rates, explained

Answers to all your questions about the cap rate.

30 years of summer followed by 30 years of winter

The 10-year Treasury note rate continues its slow rise.

Landlords & HOAs may not prohibit personal agriculture

New regulations protect agriculture in private owner and tenant spaces.

California tiered home pricing

Home prices showed mixed signals in October 2014.

Temporary electronic messages do not constitutute a valid agreement

Legal updates clarify treatment of temporary electronic messages.

Cast your vote!

What do you believe will most influence real estate sales in 2015?

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Comment of the Week

"I would [...] suggest that you remind the Listing Agent who is refusing to present your offer since you wrote them on 'other forms' that not only are they opening themselves up to reprimand by the BRE, but they certainly are opening themselves up to a potential Lawsuit by their Client (as well as possibly by your client) especially if your offer ends up being 'better' – their ignoring the Fiduciary Responsibility for their client will certainly end up harming them. Additional note – be sure to get their refusal in writing!

But, before you sue them, contact their Managing Broker – I would bet a dollar to a donut that their Managing Broker will accept your forms! If that individual who is refusing these forms is a Broker, then they [certainly have] no business being in the Real Estate Business!"

- Eric D. Brown, on first tuesday Forms Download

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