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Your first tuesday real estate news
Week of August 1, 2016 


Regional MLS partnerships on the brink of collapse
Why the end of an MLS data-sharing agreement will cost agents.

CAR sues document program for unauthorized form use
CAR's aggressive protection of its territory may be at its members' expense.

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CA low- and moderate-income families forced out of the cities
CA's costly cities are pushing out less affluential homeowners.

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What impact will immigration reform have on California’s housing market?


The guarantor assures full payment on default
An analysis of the guarantee agreement forms.

Economic uncertainty hinders the housing market
The Monthly Statistical Update for August 2016.

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Young owners most optimistic about home prices
Is Gen Y overly confident about the housing market?

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San Francisco: A fool’s paradise for investors?
Why investing in SF real estate may be too risky.

Does a mortgage holder’s P&A agreement include assets held by an unnamed subsidiary?
Get the ruling here.

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Mixed-use Milpitas project excludes low-income residents
The development adds new housing and amenities but lacks low-income units.

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California tiered home pricing [chart]
Price increases are slowing but continued in May 2016.

To what extent does a building project need to conform to a city’s general plan?
A California court of appeals weighs in.

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Jobs move real estate [chart]
Job numbers rose in June 2016.

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FARM: September Newsletter 2016
A printable newsletter for the month of September.

Boomers retire, and California trembles [chart]
The Boomer population grew in 2015, while the number of buyers aged 25-34 fell.

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