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Housing Matters Podcast
CALIFORNIA REALTOR® EXPO
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SLIDESHOW
Hundreds of new laws take effect in California every year. Have a look at the top 10 real estate laws for 2016 and what they mean for your business. »
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WHAT'S NEW
- California's Single-Family Rental Investors Struggle To Make Money
- Middle-Income Take on More Housing Debt When Their Neighbors Are Richer
- How Disputes Over Hedges Can Become Costly For Homeowners
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New initiative will drive innovative real estate products, services, and solutions to help real estate professionals do their jobs and serve their clients better, smarter, and more efficiently. »
Led by the San Francisco Bay Area, California pending home sales continued their upward momentum in June to post three straight months of annual increases. »
C.A.R. believes that HUD was ill advised to approve placing PACE loans in a senior position to FHA first mortgages. »
hpi_condosSenate passed H.R. 3700, the "Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act," by unanimous consent. »
California home sales up double-digits monthly for first time since 2011. »
Prospective home buyers face numerous challenges when it comes to achieving the American Dream, and homeownership obstacles vary among ethnic groups. »
C.A.R.’s lawsuit seeks a permanent injunction to prohibit future infringing activity and also over $136 million in monetary compensation, including statutory penalties, and attorneys’ fees. »
hpi_partiesPresidential elections have historically had little or no negative impact on the California housing market, C.A.R. analysis found.  »
Higher wages and lower seasonal home prices combined to push California housing affordability higher in the first quarter of 2016. »

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