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  • National Association of Realtors names new 2018 leadership team

    Elizabeth Mendenhall selected as 2018 president
    With 2018 almost here, the National Association of Realtors unveiled its new leadership team for the upcoming year. The association named Elizabeth Mendenhall, a sixth generation Realtor from Columbia, Missouri, as 2018 president.
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  • Calif. Sees Home Sales Drop 9.6 Percent

    Home sales decreased 9.6 percent in February in California compared with the same period a year ago, but prices continued to climb and new evidence emerged that the worst of the slump may possibly be in the past, according to a report issued today by the California Association of Realtors. Median prices increased 5.7 percent, the trade organization said. “Sales in February were at their highest level in eight months, posting their smallest year-to-year decline in 14 months,� said CAR president Colleen Badagliacco. “Next month's report could tell a different story since sales last year peaked in March. Looking forward, we are likely to see smaller year-to-year declines as we enter the traditional buying season. Homes that are well maintained and are priced to reflect the realities of today's market will continue to sell.�
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  • Calif. Home Sales Slide 12.6 Percent; Unsold Inventory Increases Nearly 60 Percent

    Home sales decreased 12.6 percent in January in California compared with the same period a year ago, while the median price of an existing home increased 1.9 percent, the California Association of Realtors said yesterday. “After holding steady in the range of 450,000 units on a seasonally adjusted annual basis since July of last year, home sales activity was slightly lower in January,� CAR president Colleen Badagliacco. “On a regional basis, sales fell an average of 13 percent, while median prices declined in all areas except Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Riverside/San Bernardino.�
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  • Report: Calif. Housing Market Slowing Dramatically

    Sales of existing single-family homes fell 23 percent during 2006 in California, according to a report released late Tuesday by the California Association of Realtors. The survey, which examined trends in buyer and seller behavior during 2006, found that nearly 43 percent of borrowers in 2006 used a second mortgage to finance their purchases, more than triple the amount reported in 2001 and the highest percentage since 1982.
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  • Sales of Existing Homes Drop 22 Percent in California; Prices Post Mixed Picture

    Home sales decreased 22.2 percent during November in California compared with the same period a year ago, while the median price of an existing home increased 1.4 percent, according to statistics released today by the California Association of Realtors. "After fairly steep declines in sales during the first half of the year, the market appears to have stabilized at about 450,000 sales on a seasonally adjusted annualized basis," said C.A.R. President Colleen Badagliacco. "The median price is holding steady in the $545,000 to $550,000 range, and increased just 1.4 percent last month compared with a year ago."
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