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25 Aug 2016

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Long Beach Press Telegram

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Long Beach won't get a seat on Metro board at least, not yet
Long Beach Press Telegram
A proposed state bill that aimed to give Long Beach and other cities a voice on the board that sets policy for Los Angeles County's bus and rail lines, including ...
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23 Aug 2016

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Long Beach Press Telegram

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Atlantic Avenue: The new 'Main Street' of North Long Beach?
Long Beach Press Telegram
Long Beach Councilman Rex Richardson, right, and Westland Real Estate Group Developer Yanki Greenspan, left, stand on the median of Atlantic Avenue where a promised 60,000 square feet of new retail and possibly housing development would be along ...

22 Aug 2016

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Long Beach Press Telegram

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Rio Olympics 2016: Long Beach athletes enjoy another golden summer
Long Beach Press Telegram
It was another golden summer for Long Beach and neighboring communities, as the Press-Telegram area's athletes turned out an impressive haul of Olympic medals and memories. In all, the unofficial Team Long Beach delegation are coming back home ...
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21 Aug 2016

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Long Beach Press Telegram

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Crime spike in Long Beach continues
Long Beach Press Telegram
Crime in Long Beach continued its upward trend during the first half of this year. The rise, however, was less dramatic than a double-digit spike in 2015, and police say they've made progress reining in the increase. Violent crime and property crimes ...

21 Aug 2016

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Long Beach Press Telegram

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World Series of Beach Volleyball kicks off in Long Beach this week
Long Beach Press Telegram
Simon Fecteau-Boutin serves the ball in a qualifying match at the ASICS World Series of Beach Volleyball Monday in Long Beach. 07-22-2013 (Photo by Sean Hiller/ Press Telegram/ LANG). By Staff Reports. Posted: 08/21/16, 3:48 PM PDT | Updated: 8 hrs ...
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21 Aug 2016

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Long Beach Press Telegram

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Downtown Long Beach revitalization: Urban renewal or economic cleansing?
Long Beach Press Telegram
Downtown Long Beach Associates, a business improvement district charged with improving downtown Long Beach's business climate, in its 2016 economic profile categorizes one group of residents as "enterprising professionals," who make up 18.1 percent ...
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19 Aug 2016

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Long Beach Press Telegram

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Long Beach sky-dining experience still stuck on the runway
Long Beach Press Telegram
A daring meal experience dubbed Dinner in the Sky that couldn't get off the ground in Los Angeles or Long Beach has left customers disappointed, with some out thousands of dollars. Over two dozen ... By Courtney Tompkins, Long Beach Press Telegram.

17 Aug 2016

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Ports official un-retires to lead Long Beach's economic development
Long Beach Press Telegram
"I'm very excited about this opportunity to be back with the City of Long Beach, and I'm looking forward to continuing the important work of strengthening our economy along with our neighborhoods," McDermott said in a statement. The city has hired a ...
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17 Aug 2016

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Long Beach State? Cal State Long Beach? The Beach? It's all good
Long Beach Press Telegram
When Steve Horn was president of the university from 1970 to 1988, he allowed the athletic department to continue to go ahead and call the college Long Beach State, but, as he informed an editor at the Press-Telegram in the late 1970s, "When one of our ...

12 Aug 2016

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$40K reward offered in murders of Long Beach woman and her 4-year-old daughter
Long Beach Press Telegram
Long Beach City officials gather for press conference to announce a reward totaling $40,000 for information leading to an arrest in connection with the killings of 26-year-old Carina Mancera and her 4-year-old daughter Jennabel Anaya last weekend in ...
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25 Aug 2016

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Los Angeles Times

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Marina del Rey sets a course for a comeback
Los Angeles Times
After 12 years of construction, the first boats sailed into the harbor and settled into their slips, and for three decades afterward, Marina del Rey played a raucous, outsized role in SoCal life. MdR was for years a notoriously active outpost of ...

25 Aug 2016


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'Dual Agency' Transactions Under Scrutiny in California Court Case ...
CoStar Group
A case scheduled to come before the California Supreme Court Sept. 7 is set to re-examine the fiduciary responsibilities borne by real estate brokers who ...
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24 Aug 2016

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Los Angeles Times

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Automaker Karma expands SoCal presence with Irvine office lease ...
Los Angeles Times
The hybrid electric car company Karma has signed a long term lease to take office space in Orange County.
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24 Aug 2016


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The Most Walkable Neighborhoods in SoCal | Builder Magazine
Builder Magazine
Southern California is known for its great weather, so, naturally, its residents and guests spend a lot of their time outdoors. The region has many walkable areas ...
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19 Aug 2016

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Los Angeles Times

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Irvine firm plans $500-million resort, commercial and residential development in Huntington Beach
Los Angeles Times
An Irvine-based real estate firm has acquired nearly 30 acres in Huntington Beach and intends to redevelop the property into a resort and commercial and residential offerings. Shopoff Realty Investments acquired the 28.6-acre parcel near Magnolia ...
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19 Aug 2016

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Los Angeles Times

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Malibu, for many, is the definition of Southern California
Los Angeles Times
His advice to prospective buyers looking at oceanfront real estate is to "buy on the best beach you can, on the best foundation you can afford." "It still takes a particular breed that wants to live out here, with some of the challenges, but the trade ...

17 Aug 2016

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Patch.com

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Home Prices Climb While Sales Drop in Slowing LA Real Estate Market
Patch.com
LOS ANGELES, CA - The median price of a home in Los Angeles County rose by 8.5 percent in July, compared with the same month a year ago, while the number of homes sold dropped by 12.6 percent, a real estate information service announced today. ... "The ...
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22 Jun 2016


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6th Annual SoCal Industrial Real Estate
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30 Apr 2016

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Boomers are staying in their homes longer, and that's not good for SoCal real estate
89.3 KPCC
Boomers are staying in their homes longer, and that's not good for SoCal real estate. by Josie Huang | AirTalk April 28 2016. 125701 full. Baby boomers are staying longer in their homes, which leads to less housing turnover. omicron. Vector triangle white.

28 Mar 2016

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Los Angeles Times

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Southern California home buyers face fierce competition and tight inventory this spring
Los Angeles Times
Real estate agent Heather Presha has seen the craziness firsthand. With few homes for sale in the Leimert Park neighborhood where she works, buyers are flooding open houses that pop up. Many are coming from the Westside, no longer able to afford a ...

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25 Aug 2016


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Reverse Mortgage Volume Trends Downward as Some Markets Ride High
Reverse Mortgage Daily
Meanwhile, California, which continues to rank first among all states in terms of unit count with 5,552 loans YTD through June, reported a growth of 4.4% compared to its year-ago endorsement production. But the state seeing the biggest boost in ...

25 Aug 2016


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OUR VIEW: Vote NO: Prop. 53 is not taxpayer 'protection'
The Bakersfield Californian
While Cartopassi may have legitimate concerns about the proposed tunnels in the Delta plan, his ploy to block their construction could inflict long-lasting harm on California's ability to maintain and improve its vital infrastructure including its ...
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25 Aug 2016


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Report: Blacks and Latinos still face housing discrimination in California
Westside Gazette
"These post-crisis mortgage lending trends in California help to inform our continuing national discussion of homeownership and the importance of responsible mortgage credit," commented Sarah Wolff, report author and a CRL senior researcher.

25 Aug 2016


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Mortgage rates could be in holding pattern for a while
Bankrate.com
This strategy can make sense because HELOCs typically have an adjustable rate, explains Mathew Carson, president of West County Mortgage in Sebastopol, California. That exposes the homeowner to the risk that the rate and monthly payment for their loan ...
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25 Aug 2016

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Toledo Blade

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Delinquent mortgages up for first time in 2016
Toledo Blade
After four months of steady decreases, the percentage of mortgages in the Toledo area that were delinquent by 90 days or more reached 3.23 percent, according to CoreLogic Inc., a California data firm that tracks home loans. In May, the 90-day ...

24 Aug 2016


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Colorado Springs' foreclosure picture continues to improve
Colorado Springs Gazette
The Springs' foreclosure rate dipped to 0.43 percent in June, falling from 0.64 percent during the same month in 2015, according to a report Wednesday by CoreLogic, a California-based housing data firm that tracks foreclosure data from around the ...
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24 Aug 2016

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Fortune

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5 Things You Need to Know About Donald Trump's Debt
Fortune
But Trump also has a share of many big mortgages on properties where he's a partner, notably 1290 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan, and 555 California Street in San Francisco. The NY Times identified the loans on these properties, but didn't break ...
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18 Aug 2016

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Tri County Sentry (blog)

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Mortgage credit runs dry for California Latinos and African-Americans
Tri County Sentry (blog)
Estate--mortgage Mortgage lending in the nation's most populous state continues to lock out many of California's consumers of color, finds the Center for Responsible Lending (CRL). A new analysis of first-lien, owner-occupied home purchase mortgages ...

17 Aug 2016

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Washington Post

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IRS gives a big gift to unmarried partners with supersize mortgages
Washington Post
But in 2012, an unmarried couple in California who jointly owned two expensive houses with big mortgages (one in Beverly Hills, a second in Rancho Mirage) challenged the IRS's interpretation in U.S. Tax Court. They argued that each unmarried partner ...

12 Aug 2016


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CA Marijuana Vote Attracting Lender Notice; Credit Unions' Mortgage Biz Exploding
Mortgage News Daily
(California already allows medical marijuana.) Will other states be "under the influence" of California? It is worth thinking about since California has the largest mortgage market, and at nearly 40 million people has over 10% of the nation's ...

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