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Week of August 13, 2018

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What does the expiration of the DOJ's oversight of NAR mean for the real estate industry?
The agreement between NAR and the DOJ's antitrust division expires in November 2018.

Community land trusts tackle CA's housing crisis
Private citizens are taking the housing crisis into their own hands.

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Price gouging, mortgage forbearance following wildfires
Fire season is impacting residents on a historic scale.

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Do you believe to protect the public new sales agents need to be apprenticed to a broker for a period of time before independently handling negotiations?

 
 

Physical and Legal Aspects of Real Estate [video]
Real property as a bundle of rights.

Tech corner: Sellers save money with virtual staging
Sellers on the fence about staging may want to consider virtual staging.

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How to protect real estate business reputation on social media
Our guest author provides tips for managing your business social media.

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Home prices run away from incomes, for now [chart]
A look at the volatile relationship between incomes and home prices.

Migration influences CA's housing market [chart]
The number of migrants into CA continued to decline in 2017.

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Inventory rebounds in 2018 [chart]
Inventory for sale was low in January 2018.

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