Northridge Real Estate News
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1 hr ago | via The Wave
January's median was up $16,000 or 2.6 percent from January 2016, marking the 57th straight month of year-over-year price gains. January's median was up $16,000 or 2.6 percent from January 2016, marking the 57th straight month of year-over-year price gains. Comment?
19 hrs ago | via Pasadena Star-News
U.S. Census Bureau stats for 2016 show continued dips nationwide, statewide and in Los Angeles and Orange counties. But surprisingly, there was progress in the Inland Empire. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 22 | via JD Supra
It is common for commercial contracts to contain a choice of law provision. Some commercial contracts may even contain a clause that waives the right to seek a jury trial in any action that arises out of the contract. Comment?
Sunday Feb 19 | via Redlands Daily Facts
A typical Southern California household's ability to buy a house got slightly worse in most of the region at the end of 2016, according to one affordability index. The California Association of Realtor's measure of what it took to buy a local home in the fourth quarter shows three of four Southern California counties with falling affordability. Comment?
Saturday Feb 11 | via WebWire
Evo Realty and Finance provides solutions for those living beyond their means. Selling your house can be a huge relief. Comment?
15 hrs ago | via Reuters
Feb 27 London copper prices inched towards the key level of $6,000 a tonne on Monday, with supply concerns simmering amid production stoppages at the world's two biggest copper mines. * Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange had risen 0.2 percent to $5,940.50 a tonne by 0203 GMT, building on 1.2-percent gains from the previous session. Comment?
Friday Feb 24 | via The Orange County Register
You are on notice that there are inflection points in the housing market that may cause a downturn. Consider the following: 1) The Mortgage Bankers Association recently announced for the fourth quarter of 2016 California's mortgage delinquency rate weighed in at 3.2 percent. Comment?
Thursday Feb 23 | via Vallejo Times-Herald
The Vallejo area is back in the number one spot as the hottest housing market in the United States in February, according to the latest data from realtor.com, released Thursday. In January, the area ranked third, with a median inventory age of 59 days. Comment?
Thursday Feb 23 | via Builder
California's housing market posted strong numbers to start out the years, as existing, single-family home sales totaled 420,100 in January on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, up 2.1% from December and 4.4% from January 2016. The figures are from the California Association of Realtors, which noted that statewide sales figure represents what would be the total number of homes sold during 2017 if sales maintained the January pace throughout the year. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 21 | via New University
Every family has its ups and downs. Living in a typical suburban neighborhood of Santa Clarita, California, the Hammonds of the Netflix original "Santa Clarita Diet" are the definition of the American nuclear family. Comment?
7 min ago | via Santa Barbara Independent
It unfortunately seems to be the perennial struggle in the City of Santa Barbara: a desire to preserve our cherished community character, quality of life, and the general beauty of our town while agonizing over the relative expense of housing. In 2011, the drumbeat of "Housing, Housing, Housing" became so loud that the City of Santa Barbara adopted a General Plan that instituted something called with the goal of incentivizing workforce housing. Comment?
11 min ago | via Scoop
Wall Street seesawed, with the Dow and S&P 500 touching record highs earlier in the session, as investors geared up for US President Donald Trump's address to Congress on Tuesday, which might offer more details on tax promises that have lifted equities. "We're going to start spending on infrastructure big," Trump told a group of governors at the White House on Monday. Comment?
13 min ago | via The Washington Post
If some American banks are too big to fail, others have begun to feel they're too small to succeed. Just ask Joey Root, the president of First Liberty Bank in Oklahoma City with $310 million in assets. 1 comment
13 min ago | via Inman News
Real estate photography company PlanOmatic has announced it will assign copyright and ownership of listing photos to its broker clients. The new policy is meant to allow brokers to use listing photos as they see fit without worrying about legal ramifications. Comment?
29 min ago | via Inman Real Estate News
How to create a full social media strategy with "pillar content" and more tips that agents and brokers can implement today -- all given in five minutes -- from industry media maven Katie Lance.... Comment?
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