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Your first tuesday real estate news
Week of August 29, 2016 


CAR is “dangerously close” to having a monopoly on real estate forms
PDFfiller calls out CAR in countersuit over forms.

Today’s sellers wary of future price drop
Most sellers believe now is the time to sell.

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Real estate agents take to the skies with new drone guidelines
FAA regulations make drones more accessible to agents.

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How will ending the mortgage interest tax deduction (MID) affect home prices?


Multi-generational living on the rise in CA
More familes are sharing one home in the Golden State.

The votes are in: Prop 13 maintains loyal following
See what our readers have to say about Prop 13.

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Anaheim bans short-term SFR occupancies
See why the city council voted to boot short-term rentals.

Do extensive pre-eminent domain tests constitute a taking of property?
Get the ruling here.

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Jobs move real estate
Job numbers decreased in July 2016 but remain high.

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Why rent control won’t fix Orange County’s price problem
The OC needs a better solution for high rents.

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The rising trend in CA construction starts
Multi-family starts have decelerated over the last six months.

FARM: Commercial tenant relocation
A letter to solicit commerical clients seeking to relocate.

Unemployment fluctuates
California’s unemployment rate rose to 5.9% in July 2016.

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

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