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The California State Senate voted 29-6 to approve a measure that will created a state-backed bank to handle the money generated by the newly legalized local recreational marijuana market
The California State Senate voted 29-6 to approve a measure that will created a state-backed bank...Read more
At a time when home prices appear to be on a non-stop upward flight, there are still markets where housing is becoming cheaper with each passing month
At a time when home prices appear to be on a non-stop upward flight, there are still markets where...Read more
Affordable housing in San Francisco is costing too much money to build, according to Mayor Mark Farrell in an address to a special “cost summit” designed to lower construction expenses
Affordable housing in San Francisco is costing too much money to build, according to Mayor Mark...Read more
Gavin Newsom, who was sworn in as California’s Governor earlier this month, has filed his first lawsuit related to the state’s affordable housing policies
Single-home sales in California totaled 416,790 units in April, according to new data from the...Read more
The Building Industry Association of Southern California (BIASC) has introduced the California Investor Report
Eric Morgenson is a Business Development Manager in the Laguna Niguel, Calif. office of Angel Oak...Read more
Jeff Burns is Managing Director of Walnut Creek, Calif.-based Walker & Dunlop and President, Commercial of the California Mortgage Bankers Association
Jeff Burns is Managing Director of Walnut Creek, Calif.-based Walker & Dunlop and President,...Read more
Guild Mortgage has announced FHA Solar, an innovative mortgage program that will allow homebuyers to include solar panels in their mortgage loan amount
Guild Mortgage has announced FHA Solar, an innovative mortgage program that will allow homebuyers...Read more
New American Funding is expanding its Southern California territory with the grand opening of a new location in Indio, Calif.
New American Funding is expanding its Southern California territory with the grand opening of a new...Read more
In an effort to address a critical shortage of local affordable housing, San Diego City Council voted unanimously to waive fees associated with construction of so-called “granny flats,” a secondary living space built on existing residential property
In an effort to address a critical shortage of local affordable housing, San Diego City Council...Read more
The San Jose housing market is so hot—pause for a “Match Game”-style response of “How hot is it?”—that a residential property destroyed by a fire two years ago is now on the market for $800,000
The San Jose housing market is so hot—pause for a “Match Game”-style response of “How hot is it?”—...Read more