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10 years after the financial crisis, is the housing market still at risk?

Source: Curbed The economy is booming. The stock market regularly hits new all-time highs. Unemployment is at record lows.  Aside from a small recent downturn, the housing market is as hot as ever. In many ways, the world has moved … Continue reading

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Want to live in a California city where your salary goes further? Move to Sacramento, study says

Source: The Sacreamento Bee Not only is Sacramento’s cost of living lower than in many other metropolitan areas in California, but its strong job market makes the region a top destination for people looking to move. A new report by … Continue reading

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Key California housing bills enter the home stretch

Source: The Mercury News As Californians reel from sky-high rents and home prices fueled by the economic boom, state lawmakers return Monday from their summer recess to debate proposals attacking the housing crisis. In the feverish final four weeks of … Continue reading

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Nightmare 90-minute ‘super commutes’ more common as Bay Area housing shortage intensifies

Source: Housing Wire The Stockton region now leads the nation in its share of commuters who spend 90 minutes or more getting to work, according to a study released Wednesday by Apartment List. Ten percent of the region’s commuters made … Continue reading

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Rent control measure on its way to California ballot

Source: The Sacramento Bee California voters this year will likely decide whether cities across the state should have more power to enact stronger rent control. Rent control proponents behind a proposed November ballot initiative that would allow cities and counties … Continue reading

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Why buying a house today is so much harder than in 1950

Source: Curbed In 2016, millennials made up 32 percent of the homebuying market, the lowest percentage of young adults to achieve that milestone since 1987. Nearly two-thirds of renters say they can’t afford a home. Even worse, the market is … Continue reading

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Number of multigenerational households hit all-time highs

Source: Housing Wire The share of Americans living in multigenerational households, homes with two or more adult generations, hit an all-time high in 2016, according to a new analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data from the Pew Research Center. In … Continue reading

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