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The California MLSAlliance, a new search platform that gives agents and brokers the ability to find real estate listings statewide, launched this week with more than 2.5 million listings.
Four new defaults have rolled in for former Crisp & Cole Real Estate partners and spouses in less than a week, public records show.
First Industrial Realty Trust already has industrial land holdings in Inland Southern California and its growth plan includes substantial increases, a company official said Wednesday.
Two years after the number of unsold homes began to rise and a year after prices began to slide, the local real estate market is showing the first signs of what could become a rebound, according to agents and others in the industry.
When buying or selling your home, you have the chance to give big to the cause of your choice.I’ll admit it: I am one of those Californians that everyone loves to hate. I left the “Golden State” and am considering buying a house in another state because, as radio host might say, outside of California, “all the women are strong, the mountains are good-looking, and all the Real Estate prices are below California’s average.”
Developers and realtors in pockets of Southern California are channeling a new stream of South Korean investment money to stave off the slump that's hit much of the U.S. housing market. Lenora Chu has the story.
As the residential real estate market cooled and the commercial sector heated up, the total assessed value of property in Santa Clara County grew 8.25 percent last year, to a record $283.51 billion, county assessor Larry Stone said today.
LOS ANGELES -- Kurt Montufar isn't stressing over the housing slump. He's actually hoping things get worse. Like many wannabe homebuyers who were priced out of the market during the last boom, Montufar spends time these days scanning real estate ads and news reports to determine if it's time to take the plunge and buy.
A new study based on data in Madison, Wis., concludes that sellers in the city do not get a higher price for their homes when using an agent and the local multiple listing service. But with a relatively low FSBO market share, that could mean that either more sellers are willing to pay agent commissions regardless of the sale price or that homeowners aren't aware of the FSBO Internet option.