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Flipper-Uppers

A report takes a look at areas within the Golden State that experienced the biggest surge in house flipping.

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An Update on California Wildfires

Wildfire resiliency

As local and federal agencies work towards containing the deadly fires in Camp and Woolsey, we take a look at the long- and short-term impact of these infernos on the housing market in these areas.

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Catastrophe in California

Wildfire resiliency

Wildfires continue to ravage California, engulfing acres in flames and destroying homes and lives. Here’s how the industry and government agencies are reaching out to homeowners impacted by this tragedy

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The Yeas and Nays on Housing Legislation

A rent-control proposal that was part of three housing-related legislation that voters across California were voting on was rejected by the residents of the Golden State. Here’s why this proposal elicited strong reactions for and against it.

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Hard Times in Bay Area for Low-Income Housing

Recent data points to a paucity of housing for low- and moderate-income residents in the hot Bay Area housing market. How is California’s Housing and Community Development Department planning to address this problem?

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Vacant Property Taxation Put to the Vote

Following Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and New York, residents of Oakland, California, will soon vote to decide whether or not to approve a tax on privately owned vacant properties. If passed, will more cities follow?

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