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Your first tuesday real estate news
Week of September 10, 2018

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Years after recession, SFR rentals still plentiful in CA
The share of rentals that are SFRs has grown in recent years.

New law requires BART to develop transit-oriented housing
Have local governments lost their chance to control zoning?

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Regional housing indicators
Updates and forecasts for CA's largest regions.

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Poll  Vote on it

In a sales transaction today, who better controls the price in negotiations?

 
 

Land: the first component of real estate [video]
Oil, rocks, solid materials of the earth and reasonable airspace.

CA home sales volume lays low [chart]
The number of homes sold in July 2018 was higher than a year earlier.

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Current market rates [chart]
FRM rates increased slightly over the past week.

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FARM: Community garage sale
A flyer for advertising a neighborhood garage sale.

California-sponsored PACE program struggles with tax problems
PACE programs are causing more harm than good to homeowners.

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