From prices jumping to Newsom’s bet on housing – Orange...
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Vivion Says: From prices jumping to Newsom’s bet on housing – Orange…

Here are 12 recent, must-read real estate stories as seen in the Southern California News Group’s free biweekly “The Home Stretch” newsletter. Keep up with the region’s residential and commercial property markets by subscribing here!

1. SoCal home prices, sales rise. Cheaper mortgages fuel January’s surging market.

2. Price jumps aren’t simply California’s challenge. U.S. home values up 6.8% in a year.

3. Gov. Newsom says just about every Californian is a NIMBY. In the State of the State address, he spreads the blame for housing crunch.

4. Newsom makes big political wager on housing. A call for “crisis-like response” is risky, writes columnist Dan Walters.

5. Housing affordability challenge hits seniors. One example: For 65 new rentals units, 7,000 applied.

6. $700,000 a unit to house homeless. Here’s why Prop. HHH projects in Los Angeles cost so much.

7. Home Depot is up. Lowe’s is down. What are home-improvement sales stats telling us?

8. $10.4 million for a Sprouts? Fontana store site sells for Inland Empire record price.

9. Landlords can’t discriminate against kids. Inland Empire owner, manager fined for illegal tactics.

10. Are mobile home rents too high? New bill would put a California cap on hikes.

11. Emotions can get in the way of a home sale. It’s simply business, contributor Leslie Esklidsen writes.

12. In Redlands, nine old homes returned to their original charm. It’s all for reality TV series.

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