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RECENT BLOG POSTS
Re-posted from NAR - impact to Realtors® if our legislators don't get it together by this afternoon. The current continuing resolution (CR) providing funding for government operations is set to expire on April 8, 2011. If legislation providing for funding is not signed into law to extend funding...
04/08/2011
Update on the 'Keep Your Home California' program. This $2 Billion program, announced a few months ago to great fanfare but little result, has determined it's time to expand the programs due to it's thus far limited reach. The program is designed for low and moderate income borrowers who refinanc...
04/06/2011
'It has come to our attention that the California Building Industry Association (CBIA) has issued a Call to Action urging its members to tell the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) to reject a proposed rule that would prohibit private transfer fees.  The California Association of Realtors stro...
04/05/2011
Governor: Drought is over. What a great headline on the front page of our daily newspaper today. Accompanied by a photo of two goofs standing out in the snow with some 15' long stick suspended from a ski pole measuring how heavy snow is. I don't know - I guess it was meant to convince us the Gov....
03/31/2011
Stay Active. Answer the CFA!, Posted by Vince Posted: 30 Mar 2011 07:18 AM PDT Doctors consistently tell us that we can keep ourselves healthy if we stay active. Without consistent exercise, our health deteriorates. It’s the same in politics. If REALTORS® continue to stay active on Capitol Hill, ...
03/31/2011
The Riverside County Planning Department has released the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for Granite Construction's proposed Liberty Quarry Project south of Temecula. At 8,500 pages, the document is easily half again as long as the draft EIR released last year. I haven't slogged through...
03/25/2011
It's entirely probable you've heard about the new NAR Realtor® Party Political Survival Initiative introduced at the AE Institute this past Sunday. While NAR has not made a broad announcement of the program yet, our AE's are returning from their meetings this week with information on the initiat...
03/23/2011
C.A.R. today sent a letter to Gov. Jerry Brown and members of the California Legislature asking them to place the Governor’s budget framework on the June ballot.  The Governor’s budget framework calls for a $26 billion solution - half in the form of budget cuts and half in the form of revenue fro...
03/16/2011
In the past I have written favorably about FHA Commissioner David Stevens. I even got a comment on one blog from Stevens thanking me for my post. I've attended several talks by Stevens, a couple webinars and phone chats, etc. I like Dave - think he's done a good job keeping the FHA out of bail-o...
03/15/2011
Last October I wrote about a local attorney by the name of Michael T. Pines who was making quite a name for himself in local real estate circles. (Another Real Estate Scam to beware of.) Counselor Pines was making the evening news by advising clients who had been foreclosed on and evicted to brea...
03/15/2011
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