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Week of October 15, 2018

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Baby boomers delay downsizing
California’s Baby Boomers are holding on to their large suburban homes for longer.

The votes are in: Do sellers control the price in negotiations?
Our readers agree: sellers have the upper hand in setting the sales price.

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California’s Homeowner Bill of Rights is back
Foreclosure protections that expired earlier in 2018 are back.

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How often do landlords require tenants to purchase renters insurance?

 
 

Legislative Gossip Update, October 2018
Reenacting parts of the CA Homeowner Bill of Rights and other bills affecting your real estate practice.

Investing: Stocks or real estate? [chart]
Real estate today remains a solid investment, but only in the long term.

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Current market rates [chart]
FRM rates have risen slowly but consistently since mid-2017.

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Tech corner: Trulia Neighborhoods clears up relocation choices
Trulia Neighborhoods is a newer feature from the home search website, Trulia.

Is it covered by TILA? [video]
We review your understanding of what loans are covered by TILA and Reg Z.

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May a landlord set a late payment fee as a percentage of the rent?
Get the ruling here.

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