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Week of August 20, 2018

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How big data is disrupting the agent-client relationship
Online listing aggregators are changing the way clients see agents.

Summer 2018 DRE Real Estate Bulletin Digest
A review of the Summer 2018 DRE Real Estate Bulletin.

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Consumer financial information privacy rules
Privacy laws protect the sensitive information that trades hands in real estate transactions.

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Poll  Vote on it

How will rising mortgage rates affect home sales volume and prices over the next five years?

 
 

Buying is still (almost) always cheaper than renting
Buying makes more sense than renting in most of CA.

Sacramento considers tax increase to combat affordable housing shortage
Sacramento votes on Measure U in November.

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Change the law: close Prop 13’s corporate loophole
Our proposal to amend Prop 13's reassessment loophole.

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Yield spread forecasts downturn [chart]
A weak yield spread in July forecasts an economic slowdown in the remainder of 2018.

6 real estate market trends in 2018 to keep an eye on
Our guest author discusses emerging real estate trends for 2018.

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30- and 15-year fixed mortgage rates fall [chart]
While the 30-year FRM falls to 4.40%, the long-term trend is rising.

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