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- FHA Lowers Owner-Occupancy Requirements for Condos
- Pending Home Sales Leap As Demand Bolsters Housing Market

California pending home sales improved from the previous month and year, however, overall market conditions appear to be slowing down and closed transactions plateauing. »
The blog discusses Singer’s influence on the industry, how he randomly landed a job as an economist at C.A.R., his proudest accomplishments, and his future vision for the industry. »
California existing home sales ticked up in September on a year-to-year basis for the first time in seven months as a shortage of homes available for sale continues to hold back the market. »
The C.A.R. forecast sees a modest increase in existing home sales of 1.4 percent next year to reach 413,000 units, up slightly from the projected 2016 sales figure of 407,300 homes sold. Sales in 2016 also will be virtually flat at 407,300 existing, single-family home sales, compared with the 408,800 pace of homes sold in 2015. »
At its core, Horiike v. Coldwell Banker is an issue of a buyer not reading all of the information that was presented to him, but Horiike is trying to turn a normal disclosure case into an agency case. »
Lower interest rates failed to offset strong seasonal price increases, making it harder for Californians to purchase a home in the second quarter of 2016. »


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