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Nov 4, 2016 | via Pacific Business Times
The closure of the Diablo Canyon Power Plant will hurt the San Luis Obispo County economy but the region will have time to adjust as the plant cycles down, Robert Kleinhenz of Beacon Economics said. Pacific Gas and Electric announced plans in June to close its power plant by 2025, leaving the area without one of its most prominent employers and source of property tax revenue and high-paying jobs. Comment?
Oct 7, 2016 | via Pacific Business Times
The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors is moving forward with a plan that aims to facilitate more affordable housing development. Policy recommendations included streamlining the permitting process, expanding multifamily residential zoning, reducing fees for affordable housing developments and scaling them to unit sizes rather than number of units, allowing secondary dwelling units in more zones, and easing farmworker housing limitations. Comment?
Sep 15, 2016 | via New Times SLO
The following article was posted on September 14th, 2016, in the New Times - Volume 31, Issue 8 [ Submit a Story ] It's my opinion that someone in this county is lying about our water woes. I'm educated, intelligent, and have common sense. Comment?
Aug 15, 2016 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel
SANTA CRUZ >> In Anaheim, a vacation rental permit expires when the property is sold; the new owner must apply to get one. In San Luis Obispo County, a new owner can be issued a business license for a vacation rental if he applies before the old license becomes inactive. Comment?
Jul 14, 2016 | via New Times SLO
After much ado about events in the rural Adelaida area west of Paso Robles, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors gave planning staff a unanimous go-ahead on July 13 to develop an ordinance to regulate both rentals and events in the area. It would limit the number of vacation rentals and require that events at those rentals obtain a conditional use permit. Comment?
12 hrs ago | via RecordNET
The cost of renting a home in the Stockton-Lodi area is going up faster than most other metropolitan areas in the country, according to an independent market and analytics survey firm. RentRange Data Services reported that the Stockton-Lodi area experienced a 10.2 percent increase in the cost of renting a home in the third quarter of 2016 - July through September - from the year before to rank 13th in the nation in a report released Wednesday. Comment?
Aug 1, 2016 | via FindLaw
DENNLY R. BECKER and BECKER TRUST DATED MARCH 25, 1991, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. WELLS FARGO BANK, NA and WACHOVIA MORTGAGE CORPORATION, Defendants-Appellees. Comment?
13 hrs ago | via The Fresno Bee
Perhaps it's because the proposed solutions - sprawling construction, denser construction, granny flats, affordable housing mandates and regulation exemptions - are all built on the same flawed premise: that housing must exist solely on land. And California's combination of strict regulation and anti-density NIMBYism makes it impossible to build enough housing on land to serve our population. Comment?
Yesterday | via GlobeNewswire
Ocwen Financial Corporation , a leading financial services holding company, and NeighborWorksA HomeOwnership Center Sacramento Region , a California non-profit focused on strengthening communities and providing education and financial resources to homeowners, are reaching out to approximately 1,400 Ocwen customers in California who are behind on their mortgage payments and could benefit from a loan modification. The outreach effort is targeted at customers in the metro areas of Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Riverside and is designed to encourage struggling homeowners to explore mortgage modification options, including those offered by the Home Affordable Modification Program prior to its expiration at the end of 2016. Comment?
Tuesday | via TheStreet.com
The luxury homebuilder reported sales that beat expectations and announced plans to launch a new product aimed at affluent first time buyers Toll Brothers on Tuesday reported fiscal fourth quarter results that topped analyst estimates and forecasted a strong 2017 thanks in part to anticipated sales to millennial buyers. Horsham, Pa.-based Toll said it sold 2,224 homes in the fourth quarter, up from 1,820 a year prior, at an average price of between $834,300. Comment?
8 min ago | via OregonLive.com
Portlanders struggling to afford their housing have migrated to the city's outskirts and suburbs over the past decade, new Census data show. Households that spend more than 30 percent of their income on housing, a traditional measure of affordability, are becoming increasingly concentrated in certain neighborhoods. Comment?
16 min ago | via Reuters
Dec 8 Ireland's central bank believes a proposed law to hand it powers to intervene in setting mortgage rates may have a range of damaging side effects but it would have a duty to use the powers if enacted, a senior official said on Thursday. The bill, tabled by Ireland's main opposition party to force banks to reduce their variable rates, passed the initial stage in parliament in May despite objections from a minority government that is not large enough to block legislation. Comment?
19 min ago | via Big News Network.com
Our eNewspaper network was founded in 2002 to provide stand-alone digital news sites tailored for the most searched-for locations for news. With a traditional newspaper format, more than 100 sites were established each with a newspaper-type name to cover the highest-ranked regions, countries, cities and states. Comment?
31 min ago | via The Washington Post
Some mortgage bond traders tangled up in investigations are moving into the shadow banking system, where their new employers have greater latitude to hire people with blemishes on their records. More than 20 traders at big banks left their jobs, or were pushed out, amid a wave of U.S. government and internal bank probes into misconduct in the trading and pricing of mortgage bonds and other complex debt in recent years, according to a Bloomberg review of employment records. Comment?
32 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Last week, a circa-1930 mansion on the edge of a North York ravine arrived on the real estate market with an asking price of $4,999,800. Three days later, a young couple with three children toured the 10,000-square-foot house. Comment?
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