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Economists say: Next recession to have biggest impact in California. How will it impact California’s massive housing market?

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Posted by  | Oct 23, 2017 | 
When will the next recession occur? How will it impact California’s massive housing market? Just over half of the 100+ economists and real estate experts surveyed by Zillow in the third quarter (Q3) of 2017 say the next recession will arrive by the end of 2019. Three-quarters of the respondents say the next recession will arrive by the end of 2020. The most likely scenario to cause the next recession is a geopolitical crisis, such as an unstable European Union or political instabilities in Asia — or even closer to home in the U.S. Respondents cite the next most likely cause of a recession to be monetary policy, implemented by the Federal Reserve (the Fed). While few can speak to the actual likelihood of a geopolitical crisis, the odds of a Fed-induced recession occurring in the next couple of years are high by anyone’s standard, as its mandates to cool off the economy are clear. The Fed uses monetary policy to keep the economy in check. The F…

Glendora Unified School District Local school bonds Measure GG. District to issue $98,000,000 in bonds. Who Pays? You Won't Find It In The Ballot Excerpt.

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bond issue is on the ballot for Glendora Unified School District voters in Los Angeles CountyCalifornia, on November 7, 2017.
yes vote is a vote in favor of authorizing the district to issue $98 million in general obligation bonds—a type of public debt—to fund capital improvements to school facilities.A no vote is a vote against authorizing the district to issue $98 million in general obligation bonds—a type of public debt—to fund capital improvements to school facilities. District officials estimated the total repayment cost for this bond measure at $178,532,415—principal and interest.[1] A 55 percent supermajority vote is required for the approval of Measure GG. Election results Results will be displayed here on November 7, 2017.
Click Here To Read The Details of GG. Who Pays?


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Home Buyer Behavior - How Many Homes Does A Buyer View Before Making A Decision. Watch & Learn.

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What Are the Best Cities for Dog Lovers and for Cat Lovers?

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Which side are you on?  America is bitterly divided into two warring groups these days. One is welcome in your home and considered family. The other is despicable and makes your blood boil. So cough it up: Are you a you dog person or a cat person? And don't give us that independent voter nonsense—we know you have a preference. Everyone does. Catios or dog runs? Aloof cuddliness or goofy rambunctiousness? Automated litter boxes or hands-free, app-controlled pooper-scoopers? Surprise: The camp you find yourself in might just help determine where you should live. As the animal-loving realtor.com®data team found out, some metros are particularly welcoming to canines and the folks who adore 'em—while others are hot spots for full-on feline frenzy. One thing's for sure: Pet ownership is climbing across the United States. Something about the current state of the nation seems to spur more of us to seek solace in turning to our clawed, furred, or taloned friends. They're warm,…

Homebuyer demand now level with pre-recession peak {By: Carrie B. Reyes}

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Demand for homes is surging in California. This high demand exists despite rapidly rising prices and slowly increasing mortgage interest rates. Demand, as measured by Trulia, is equal to the percentage of home inventory that is sold each month. As of May 2017, 25% of the home inventory was sold nationwide, equal to the 2005 peak. For comparison, the share of inventory sold bottomed in 2009 at 9%. The share is even greater in California. GO HERE TO SEE WHATS HAPPENING IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD High demand and low inventory have combined to create a tight market for homebuyers in 2017. Sellers are in an equally strained position. While they can likely get top dollar for their current home, many are afraid to list as the lack of inventory makes it a struggle to find a replacement home. This inaction on the part of sellers compounds the low inventory issue for everyone. The number of homes for sale in mid-2017 was: 29% lower than a year earlier in San Jose;25% lower than a year earlier in San Di…

How To Find The Best Real Estate Agent

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