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Category Archives: Housing availability

Baby Boomers won’t downsize homes anytime soon

Source: Housing Wire Baby Boomers are staying put and their kids are sticking with them. A study released Thursday by Trulia examined the housing situations of homeowners 65 and older and compared it with a decade ago. It uncovered a … Continue reading

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Granny flats and renters’ tax credits: The California housing bills that will live to see another day

Source: The Mercury News An array of bills aimed at easing California’s housing crisis, from banning fees on “granny flats” to pushing housing development on BART property, cleared a key hurdle last week, while others died quietly in fiscal committees. … Continue reading

Posted in Garage conversions, Housing availability, Real Estate |

HUD offers disaster relief to California wildfire victims

Source: Housing Wire Grants immediate foreclosure relief The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Thursday it will offer relief to disaster victims of the recent California wildfires. As of Wednesday, wildfires that raged across northern California left a … Continue reading

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Could YIMBY be the new NIMBY?

  Source: Builder Magazine Developers, builders, manufacturers, and investors have tried to change the narrative for years now. More housing would make for more affordable housing, rejuvenated communities, and a workforce of people who could and would support city and … Continue reading

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Rent price hikes are easing

Source: National Real Estate Investor Apartment rents continue to grow more slowly than before. The cities where rents grew the most in 2016 are still top cities for rent growth this year, but their lead is getting smaller. “A year … Continue reading

Posted in Housing availability, Real Estate, Rentals, Renters |

Dying malls could help ease housing crisis

Source: Los Angeles Times As housing shortages persist, developers are eyeing old shopping malls—which often include large parcels of land—for redevelopment into residential projects. In California, which is suffering from severely tight housing inventory, developers are jumping on the trend. … Continue reading

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Economist warns that buyers face increasing troubles

Source: CNBC From a broad view, the U.S. housing market looks very healthy. Demand is high, employment and wages are growing, and mortgage rates are low. But the nation’s housing market is assuredly unhealthy; in fact, it is increasingly mismatched … Continue reading

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August home sales tally best since 2005

Source: Orange County Register Low interest rates and a strong economy continued to drive Orange County homebuying to a 12-year high in August, despite a severe shortage of homes to buy, particularly at the lower price ranges, housing numbers released … Continue reading

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Tiny Getaway Houses Fit the Bill for Summer and Fall Fun

Tiny Getaway Houses Fit the Bill for Summer and Fall Fun Click the above link to read full story Small but mighty, these 12 homes are stylish and functional

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Can teacher housing entice educators to work in expensive cities?

Source: Curbed Experiments in making life as a teacher more affordable show how rising real estate costs hurt urban districts An aerial render of the recently finished Teacher’s Village in Newark, New Jersey, a new experiment in providing affordable housing … Continue reading

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