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Trulia: Is housing shifting to a homebuyer's market?

Takes longer and longer to sell properties
First-time homebuyers can breathe a sigh of relief as the housing market takes its first steps in returning to a normal market. A new study from Trulia shows homes are finally starting to stay on the market longer, but does this give the upper hand to buyers?
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San Francisco exhibiting potential signs of a housing bubble

But not the entire nation
The San Francisco Bay Area is showing some warning signs of a possible bubble. However, this isn't to say the entire nation is on the verge of a bubble. Collateral Analytics noted that some economists and real estate observers are trying to sensationalize an issue that doesn't exist.
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Plutos Sama acquires The Fisher Law Group

Firm’s largest acquisition
Plutos Sama completed the acquisition of The Fisher Law Group, a default law firm practicing in Maryland and the District of Columbia, resulting in an increase of projected revenue from $54 million to $64 million.
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California housing market slows considerably

Non-distressed sales drop for the first time since 2005
California’s massive housing market is slowing down in almost every way imaginable. “With the exception of a few counties, price increases have slowed considerably,” said Madeline Schnapp, director of economic research for PropertyRadar.
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