Temecula Real Estate News
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Friday Aug 14 | via The Press-Enterprise
Fannie Mae says consumer sentiment about buying a home fell in July, an unusual twist in a typically upbeat time of year. But data from a real estate industry tracker suggests the home buying spirit hadn't dampened in Inland Southern California. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 11 | via Patch.com
Fewer Riverside County households could afford to purchase a median-priced home in the last quarter, dovetailing with an overall drop statewide in housing affordability, a real estate tracking firm reported today. About 40 percent of county residents could qualify to buy a single- family dwelling between April 1 and June 30, compared to 42 percent in the first quarter of this year, according to the California Association of Realtors. Comment?
Jul 23, 2015 | via San Diego Source
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Jul 17, 2015 | via Chron
"Borrowers who don't do their homework often end up paying more than they should, and in some cases that extra cost can really hurt," said Paul Sian , a real estate lawyer and Realtor with HER Realtors in Cincinnati. A study from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau , or CFPB, concludes that many consumers don't shop for mortgages, and they tend to get their mortgage information from lenders and real estate agents, who aren't impartial. Comment?
Jul 17, 2015 | via Patch.com
The median price of a home in Riverside County rose by 5.5 percent in June, compared with the same month a year ago, while the number of homes soared by 17.6 percent, a real estate information service announced. According to CoreLogic, the median price of a Riverside County home was $315,000 last month, up from $298,500 in June 2014. Comment?
15 hrs ago | via CBS Local
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19 hrs ago | via SFGate
Realtor Lori Fenwick told The Oregonian that she learned about the trend when one of her buyers sent her a photo of a sign with one of the stickers. When Fenwick posted image on Facebook. Comment?
Yesterday | via The Columbian
Portlanders apparently upset with the direction of the local housing market are slapping "no Californians" stickers on For Sale signs in the city, real estate agents say. When one of Lori Fenwick's buyers sent her a picture of one of the stickers, she took it to a real estate group on Facebook to see if any other agents had seen them around town. Comment?
Yesterday | via OregonLive.com
Realtor Quinn Irvine says somebody plastered a "no Californians" sticker on one of his For Sale signs in North Portland. Portlanders apparently upset with the direction of the local housing market are slapping "no Californians" stickers on For Sale signs in the city, real estate agents say. Comment?
Wednesday | via Los Gatos Weekly-Times
Housing affordability is becoming a major issue in California, as home prices rise beyond the reach of majority of home buyers. A recent analysis of home prices and income found only seven California counties are affordable to home buyers who earn the median household income for their area, while homes in 25 counties were out of reach for the typical household. Comment?
24 min ago | via Berkshire Eagle
Strategic Asset Services, a subsidiary of the Texas-based real estate holding company that owns the Berkshire Mall, said it remains committed to the Lanesborough shopping complex. "We have no plans to sell the mall, and are conversely looking to invest in the mall," the company said in a statement. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Walton Sun
Treasure Sands, the newest beach community development in Miramar Beach, offers nine single-family homes, each spanning three stories with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and each having a private pool. What's more, these EarthCents homes give buyers peace of mind, as they are not only quality construction, but also energy efficient; a cost savings that pays owners back year after year via lower utility bills. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Samoa News
As a self-employed commercial real estate agent, Ted Miller was eager to sign up for health insurance via the Hawaii Health Connector. "I need the health insurance, every day is a bit of a gamble without it" he said. Comment?
Yesterday | via SiliconValley.com
Incomes are stagnating and rents are rising. In steps Angela Boyd, managing director of the Make Room campaign, which aims to address the nationwide rental crisis. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Reuters
Sweden's government has reached an agreement with opposition parties on a proposal that will force home owners to pay off some of the principal on new mortgage loans, in a move aimed at cooling the country's housing market. Currently, around 70 percent of Swedish home owners have interest-only mortgages, meaning they do not pay off any of the principal of the loan they have borrowed. Comment?
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