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Your first tuesday real estate news
Week of October 2, 2017


Housing shortage: Graduated zoning changes are the answer
Graduated zoning is fueled by private enterprise.

More data reveals the MID does not work
The MID fails to promote homeownership.

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The Agency Law Disclosure Part III: Agency Rules for a Seller’s and Buyer’s Listing [video]
Agency disclosure requirements for listings.

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Poll  Vote on it

How often do your buyers make an offer on the first property they see?


CA tiered home pricing [chart]
Home prices continued to rise in July 2017.

Interest rates to rise, refinances fall
The Monthly Statistical Update for October 2017.

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May a landlord collect rent from a Section 8 tenant when the housing authority stops payment due to uninhabitable property?
Get the ruling here.

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FARM: Open House
A flyer for advertising your open houses.

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More one-person households buying homes [chart]
Singles make up less than one-in-four households in CA.

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FARM: November Newsletter
A newsletter for November to print or email.

FARM: Sell your vacant land
Solicit listings from landowners with this flyer.

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Real estate professionals need to know: new affordable housing laws
CA’s legislature has taken major action on the statewide affordable housing shortage.

Form udpates  Form Updates This Month

- ZIP download file for full forms library

- Loan Brokerage: Forms 202-1, 202-2, 203, 204-1, 204-3, 205-1, 207, 207-1, 210, 212, 212-1, 214, 215, 222, 223, 223-1 and 223-2

- Sale and Purchase Agreements: Forms 155-1, 160, 162-1, 171, 182, 182-1 and 186


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


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