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Aligning Housing and Sustainability Goals in California

It has been a decade since the Sustainable Communities and Climate Protection Act (Senate Bill 375) was passed in California. Recently, a study by the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at the Berkeley University explored how the housing provisions of SB ...

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Loan Mods and Liquidation Decline

Loan modifications and liquidation continued to decline in the first quarter of 2018, according to a housing finance snapshot giving a breakdown of how defaults and delinquencies have performed. Here are some other findings of this report.

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Rents Accelerate in Major Metro Areas

Many of the U.S. metros are experiencing faster-rising rents this spring, even though the pace has slowed down in some of the priciest markets, a report found. Where are rents rising the most?

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Foreclosure Trends on the Horizon

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Despite historically low levels of foreclosures, are there any indicators suggesting that a reversal is coming? A webinar on Tuesday addressed this question, along with the overall performance of the housing market in the first half of 2018.

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Affordable Home Shortages and Housing Values

Homebuyers looking for affordable homes will continue to see fewer homes within their budget in the market through 2018, according to a poll. Watch this video to learn how this inventory shortage is affecting other factors such as home prices.

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The Challenges of the ‘Housing Burdened’

A majority of financially struggling households in California are spending more than 30 percent of their incomes on keeping a roof over their heads. Just how heavy is that burden, and what does it mean for the Golden State’s ongoing affordable housing crisis?

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