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13 hrs ago | via Pasadena Star-News
Increased consumer spending is expected to fuel a 3.4 percent boost in retail sales this year, the National Retail Federation reported Tuesday. That's a more aggressive forecast than the 3.1 percent increase the NRF predicted for the year in February. Comment?
Dec 16, 2015 | via LA Daily News
Home sales across Southern California increased from their year-ago level during November and prices again made modest gains, a market tracker said Wednesday. Sales and prices rose in all six counties, CoreLogic said , but the sales count added up to one of the softest Novembers in 25 years. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 19 | via San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Home sales across Southern California in June flattened out from a year ago as prices kept rising, a market tracker said Tuesday. Sales of new and previously owned houses and condominiums across the six-county region slipped .2 percent last month from 24,377 a year earlier to 24,326, said Irvine-based CoreLogic. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 19 | via Los Angeles Times
Southern California home prices jumped in June as prospective buyers bid higher, fighting over a meager supply of homes for sale. The six-county region's median price rose 5% from a year earlier to hit $464,000 in June, data firm CoreLogic announced Tuesday. Comment?
Friday Jul 15 | via Victorville Daily Press
The state of the High Desert rental market is looking bleak, according area Realtors and those searching for a place to call home. Caroll Yule, a broker/owner for Shear Realty in Victorville, told the Daily Press that many property managers have seen a major change in the rental market, with managers posting few rentals. Comment?
15 hrs ago | via New York Sun
The battle over Airbnb is taking center stage at the Democratic National Convention. The fight is emblematic of the dispute between Republicans and Democrats over who should steer the economy: government regulators, on the one hand, or consumers and business innovators on the other. Comment?
Monday | via Inman News
The California Association of Realtors filed a federal lawsuit against Massachusetts-based PDFfiller Inc., alleging the tech firm has copied, published and sold at least 64 of CAR's copyrighted real estate forms "many hundreds of thousands of times, and possibly millions of times" through its website without authorization. Apartment List released its July rent report for Los Angeles, finding rents were flat over June, but L.A. continues to be one of California's most expensive cities for renters. Comment?
Sunday Jul 24 | via The Wave
Jennifer and Bob Hochstadter of Dana Point no longer needed five bedrooms' worth of space, so they sold their Laguna Niguel home and moved into their smaller Dana Point rental, pocketing cash for travel and retirement. Lake Forest agent Jenean Hill has had at least five clients seeking to cash out their California homes over the past several years. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via The Wave
For more than a generation, opportunistic California politicians have barraged voters with woeful tales about how the most productive, inventive, wealthy and enterprising Californians are leaving this state in droves to avoid high taxes and excessive government regulation. These stories, used successfully by the likes of Pete Wilson and Arnold Schwarzenegger while running for governor, and unsuccessfully by failed candidates from Bill Simon to Meg Whitman and Neel Kashkari, tell of rich Californians seeking greener pastures in more laissez faire states like Texas and Idaho. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 19 | via Inside Bay Area
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced they are backing state Attorney General Kamala Harris, a longtime political ally of the president, in California's historic Democrat-on-Democrat U.S. Senate race. The president praised Harris as a "lifelong courtroom prosecutor" who has fought international gangs, oil companies and the big banks responsible for the mortgage crisis. Comment?
49 min ago | via The Campbell Reporter
The number of Americans who signed contracts to buy homes crept up in June, a possible indication that the recent growth in real estate sales is still on track. The National Association of Realtors said Wednesday that its seasonally adjusted pending home sales index rose 0.2 percent last month to 111, regaining some ground after a dip in May. The index of upcoming sales improved 1 percent from a year ago, as buyer demand remains strong even though there are fewer properties being listed for sale. Comment?
10 min ago | via Curbed
On Monday, the MTA made the L Train shutdown official , a suspension of service between Brooklyn and Manhattan for 18 months starting in 2019. It's what local residents, business owners, and real estate agents had known and feared for months, and in the lead up to the closure many alternatives were put forward including a gondola across the East River, and a giant inflatable tunnel to connect the two boroughs. Comment?
12 min ago | via WRKO-AM Brighton
A measure of homes under contract for sale rose slightly in June, as ongoing job growth and low interest rates continued to support the U.S. housing market going into the second half of the year. Comment?
16 min ago | via South Carolina Lawyers Weekly
A major mortgage lending company was allegedly a little too Quicken to assume that a customer wanted to opt out of legal representation. Tyrone Mosley has sued Quicken Loans Inc. in U.S. District Court in Aiken for giving him a pre-populated loan form that he says automatically prevented him from having a lawyer at his side ... You may have reached this page due to new security upgrades that have been implemented regarding multiple user logins. Comment?
18 min ago | via RTE.ie
Dr Mary Patricia O'Donnell, wife of retired solicitor Brian O'Donnell, is entitled to argue she has a right of residence at Gorse Hill in Killiney, Co Dublin, which the family was ordered to vacate last year, the Court of Appeal has ruled. Mr Justice Donal O'Donnell, on behalf of a three-judge appeal court, said Dr O'Donnell was entitled to contest an injunction preventing the couple from trespassing on Gorse Hill or interfering with a receiver's right to dispose of the property to help meet the O'Donnell's 71m debt to Bank of Ireland. Comment?
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