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  • Proposition 10, The Affordable Housing Act

    Monday Aug 13 | via Indybay.org 

    Please Support the Affordable Housing Act!!! Photo of Francis Hailman, Eleanor Walden, and Lynda Carson at a Berkeley rally in front of the Old City Hall, teaching renters how to stand up for their rights! THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING ACT Proposition 10 -- California Ballot -- November 2018 Proposition 10, the Affordable Housing Act needs your support! The Affordable Housing Act is a ballot initiative to repeal California's Costa Hawkins state law and return control of rental housing law to local jurisdictions, which will enable cities and counties to legislate as they deem necessary to keep their residents housed. The Costa Hawkins Housing Act of 1995 was passed after heavy lobbying by apartment owners associations and the real estate industry.

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    Related Topix: California, Berkeley, CA, California Government, Real Estate, Epidemic, Natural Disasters, Oakland, CA

  • Ventura, Ojai, and Santa Barbara County Realtors don...

    13 hrs ago | via Inman News 

    The funds are helping more than 250 families in California affected by the Thomas Fire and Montecito Debris Flow to cover one month's rent or mortgage costs A month after the U.S. Forest Service announced an end to the Thomas Fire , a California wildfire that scorched 281,893 acres of land in Southern California, the Ventura County Coastal Association of Realtors, the Santa Barbara Association of Realtors and the Ojai Valley Board of Realtors have begun distributing $650,000 in aid to hundreds of families who lost their homes.

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    Related Topix: Real Estate, Ventura, CA, Santa Barbara County, CA, Ojai, CA, California

  • Ventura County Realtors donate $290K in aid to wildf...

    19 hrs ago | via Inman Real Estate News 

    The funds are helping 200 families in California affected by the Thomas Fire cover one month's rent or mortgage costs A month after the U.S. Forest Service announced an end to the Thomas Fire , a California wildfire that scorched 281,893 acres of land in Southern California, the Ventura County Coastal Association of Realtors, the Santa Barbara Association of Realtors and the Ojai Valley Board of Realtors have begun distributing $290,000 in aid to 200 families who lost their homes. The associations received the $290,000 from the California Association of Realtors Housing Affordability Fund and the National Association of Realtors' Realtor's Relief Foundation, which had $650,000 in available funds for wildfire victims.

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    Related Topix: Real Estate, Ventura County, CA, California, Personal Finance, Home, Mortgage, Mortgage, Santa Barbara, CA

  • Seattle-area home price reductions surge, signaling ...

    Yesterday | via Business Journal 

    Asking prices dropped on 12 percent of the homes for sale in the Seattle region in June, up from 6.9 percent a year ago and the largest wave of reductions since October 2014, Zillow said Wednesday. Zillow reported more price cuts now than a year ago in more than two-thirds of the nation's largest metropolitan areas.

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    Related Topix: Housing, Zillow, California

  • Rent Control Fuels Costliest Fight on California's 2...

    Sunday Aug 12 | via Bloomberg 

    A Los Angeles-based health care nonprofit known for funding controversial ballot measures is waging an expensive battle with the real estate industry over rent control in California. The AIDS Healthcare Foundation has poured more than $12 million into a November initiative it's spearheading to let cities and counties regulate rental fees in buildings that state law currently shields from such control.

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    Related Topix: California, California Government, Hollywood (Los Angeles, CA), Non-Profit, Real Estate

National Headlines

  • Watchdog eyes electronic property transfer system ov...

    15 min ago | via Sydney Morning Herald 

    The competition watchdog has fired a shot at Australia's emerging electronic property e-transfer system, warning it is being investigated for monopolistic practices. The watchdog's probe may unravel the country's decades-long quest for digital conveyancing to become the norm across the property sector, which settles $300 billion of transactions annually.

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    Related Topix: Mortgage, Personal Finance, Home, Mortgage

  • Just Listed in Arlington

    24 min ago | via ARLnow.com 

    Just Listed highlights Arlington properties that just came on the market within the past week. This feature is written and sponsored by Team Cathell , "Your Orange Line Specialists."

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    Related Topix: Mortgage, Home, Personal Finance, Mortgage

  • Realtor predicts 2-3pc rise in HK property prices

    41 min ago | via The Standard 

    Hong Kong property prices are likely to drop by between 2 percent and 3 percent in the third quarter as the US raises interest rates as well as factors such as the Sino-US trade war, and the volatility resulting from government real estate policy and the stock market, according to Centaline Property Asia-Pacific vice-president, Chen Yongjie. Centaline Property plans to invest HK$30 million to op... Hong Kong property prices are likely to drop by between 2 percent and 3 percent in the third quarter as the US raises interest rates as well as factors such as the Sino-US trade war, and the volatility resulting from government real estate policy and the stock market, according to Centaline Property Asia-Pacific vice-president, Chen Yongjie.

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  • Furness Building Society wins best variable rate len...

    43 min ago | via Thewestmorland Gazette 

    Stephen Porter, head of product marketing at Furness Building Society, said the team were thrilled to be voted best variable rate mortgage lender The accolade is voted for by readers of What Mortgage magazine and recognises things like excellent customer service, competitive products, and being treated fairly.

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    Related Topix: Marketing, Mortgage, Personal Finance

  • Where millennials are (and are not) buying homes

    58 min ago | via Post-Bulletin 

    For millennial families, later marriage, student loan debt, stagnant wages, and high childcare costs have made it more difficult to buy homes. Despite a small uptick between mid-2016 and the first quarter of 2018, homeownership in the U.S. has been on the decline since 2005 .

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    Related Topix: Housing, Mortgage, Mortgage, Home, Personal Finance

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