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  • Real Living Lifestyles joins RealtyTrac’s broker network

    Becomes network’s exclusive partner in San Diego County
    As a member of the RealtyTrac Network, Real Living Lifestyles will have the ability to integrate its broker-branded listings into the realtytrac.com website. “The network also offers all of its members high-profile, homepage branding as well as incorporating their insight into the real estate news cycle,” RealtyTrac said.
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  • IAS Sees 'Normalization' in House Prices

    US home prices remain down 13% year-over-year as of April, but the pace of decline in prices seems to have leveled off, according to IAS360 data released Tuesday morning. “It’s too soon to call this a turn in the housing market, particularly given all the political and regulatory uncertainties,” said Dave McCarthy, president and CEO of Integrated Asset Services. “I think that we’re still in for some difficult spells ahead, but we are seeing a certain kind of pricing equilibrium in several important markets. That’s encouraging for the long term.”
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  • California Home Sales Slowest in Two Decades; Prices Keep Falling

    Housing markets in both southern and northern California reached 20-year lows in January as sales fell to new lows amid a crisis that, for now, seems to have no end in sight. Southern California home sales dipped below 10,000 transactions for the first time in more than 20 years, while Bay Area home sales plunged below 4,000 transactions for the first time in over two decades, real estate information service DataQuick Information Systems reported earlier this week.
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