San Andreas Real Estate News
Real Estate news for San Andreas, CA continually updated from thousands of sources.
Friday Jul 10 | via My Mother Lode
The Calaveras County Realtors Association reports that second-quarter real estate figures indicate higher year-over-year home sales and prices for four straight months and that this past quarter's sales reached the second highest level in nearly two years. Along with the improving economy, CCRA spokesperson Teri Rogers notes, "Sellers are not being too greedyproperties are being priced for the market and buyers see the value in that and are making their offers closer to the asking price. Comment?
Jun 12, 2015 | via The Union Democrat
Any Realtor will tell you home prices right now are flying high and, as a May 20 story in The Union Democrat pointed out, rents are through the roof. A recent poll on The Union Democrat's website found 68 percent of website visitors thought rents in the county were too high. Comment?
May 6, 2015 | via The Union Democrat
There were 173 homes sold in Tuolumne County in the first quarter of 2015, the same number sold in the first quarter of 2014. In Calaveras County, 176 homes sold in the first quarter, a 6 percent increase from the first quarter of 2014. Comment?
Apr 21, 2015 | via My Mother Lode
Realtors in Calaveras County hope that steady spring home sales will herald solid gains for this year's crucial spring-summer selling season. In its first quarter of 2015 report the Calaveras County Association of Realtors indicates the market is in a "slow but steady recovery." Comment?
Jan 23, 2015 | via My Mother Lode
This just out; a mostly encouraging Calaveras County Association of Realtors sales report for 2014, indicating a more than 14 percent increase in its median residential sell price and a nearly 19 percent increase in new listings since 2013. The median sell price of $235,250 for a Calaveras County home was up just over 14 percent from the previous year's price of $206,000. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
Dean Marriott reviews sales contract, and other documents relating to his investment at The Residences at Playa Blanca. Nancy Lewis - Fueled by booming U.S. real estate prices, the summer of 2005 was a heady time for condo sales on Baja California's Pacific coastline. Comment?
Thursday | via NBC Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Department of Consumer Fraud and the Better Business Bureau are warning about a dirty double-trick that's being used to cheat Southern Californians out of serious money. Investigators say the scheme involves predatory short-term loans that are marketed online, offering quick and easy cash regardless of a customer's credit history. Comment?
Thursday Jul 30 | via The Orlando Sentinel
View of the area surrounding the Westin hotel on Universal Boulevard when it opened in 2008. The surrounding land has been part of many changing plans for developmeent. Comment?
Thursday Jul 30 | via JD Supra
On July 17, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California granted summary judgment for Wells Fargo in a Fair Housing Act case brought by the City of Los Angeles. City of Los Angeles v. Comment?
Monday Jul 27 | via Los Angeles Times
Welcome to California Inc., the weekly newsletter of the L.A. Times Business section. I'm assistant Business editor Nancy Rivera Brooks filling in for David Lazarus. Comment?
9 min ago | via The Maryland Gazette
As such, they must be affiliated with a broker to do business, but beyond that, agents pretty much run their own show, just like any small business. This gives agents a fairly large degree of autonomy with respect to how they operate and play the game. Comment?
13 min ago | via ReporterHerald.com
Affordable housing suggests an arrangement that is not economically sustainable. Comment?
46 min ago | via Weirton Daily Times
The Federal Reserve appears on track to raise interest rates later this year but signaled Wednesday that it wants to see further economic gains and higher inflation before doing so. Comment?
50 min ago | via Marlborough Express
The region's laid back lifestyle, cheaper homes and traffic-free existence is luring more people to the region, according to estate agents. Harcourts sales consultant Vicki Downes said the majority of her Auckland clients interested in Marlborough were retirees seeking a relaxed and quieter lifestyle. Comment?
50 min ago | via Marlborough Express
The couple lived there for a combined 54 years but it was akin to living in a "gilded cage", Matthew Muir said. "It's a beautiful environment like the south of France. Comment?
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