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Senate Bill 2 is a measure to provide permanent funding for affordable housing through a new fee of up to $225 on certain real estate transactions such as mortgage refinancing. This Senate Bill...Read More
Crowds of residents representing tenants’ rights groups around the state of California assembled at Alameda High School on Sunday September 24, 2017 to discuss the state’s housing crisis. The main...Read More
The Greater Seattle Area is experiencing its most intense real estate market in history. In King County, the median single-family home price increase 18.2 percent this August 2017 compared to...Read More
Stretching along the peninsula southwest of San Francisco Bay, Silicon Valley is the epicenter of the technology universe. And like moths to a flame, the best and brightest are attracted to the...Read More
Onerent, Inc. CEO and Co-Founder recently sat down with the Work Your Money Podcast to gain an inside look of Onerent's successes and challenges starting out in a small garage in Santa Clara.Read More
San Francisco and San Jose renters can rejoice—somewhat. The 2017 Mid-Year Rent Trends Report from the apartment listings website Abodo shows rental rates declined an average of 1.2 percent in The...Read More
As a basic rule of thumb, adhering to the old adage; “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is,” will serve you well as you endeavor to protect yourself and your home from mortgage fraud....Read More