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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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The Profile of Today’s Realtor

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Despite inventory problems and rising mortgage rates, today’s realtor is enjoying more sales and more income, according to new data. The typical realtor has seen an 8-percent jump in income, rising from $39K to $42K over the year. The number of new entrants to the field is also up.

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Survey: Realtors Continue to Invest in Mobile Technology

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) set out to answer a very simple question—how much are realtors spending on new technology for their businesses? NAR conducted the 2013-2014 Realtor Technology Survey, which found that realtors continued to invest in technology for their business in 2013 and spent more than they had in previous years.

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San Francisco One of the Most Expensive Housing Markets

San Francisco remains one of the most expensive housing markets in the United States, according to data released by the San Francisco Association of REALTORS (SFAR) on Tuesday. San Francisco is representative of a nationwide trend of home prices—too few single-family homes are driving up housing prices of available homes.

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