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Legacy at Livermore luxury apartments now welcoming residents
Developer Legacy Partners has announced that its new 222-unit, mixed-use community in downtown Livermore is now open and accepting lease applications. Monday, November 20, 3:47 PM

California reduces payments for rooftop solar power -- for second time in a year
After months of debate and two postponed votes, California's utility regulator unanimously voted last week to overhaul incentives for owners of apartment buildings, schools and businesses that install solar panels. Wednesday, November 22, 3:09 PM

Searching for a 'normal' real estate market
Changing mortgage interest rates, limited choices for buyers and rising prices. Will residential real estate ever get back to 'normal'? Jordan Levine, senior VP / chief economist for the CA Association of Realtors, had several answers. Thursday, October 19, 10:35 PM | 1 comments

Homebuyers could see mortgage rates drop to 6% by early spring
With inflation cooling more than expected, economist Lawrence Yun forecasts that the Federal Reserve will adjust its monetary tightening posture, and buyers could see mortgage rates drop to 6-7% by early spring. Friday, 5:58 AM

The ups and downs of leveraging AI in real estate
With artificial intelligence all around us and here to stay, real estate professionals find themselves navigating the ups and downs of using this powerful technology to sell homes. Sunday, November 12, 11:38 AM

Newsom signs 56 housing bills to boost affordability, help tenants
California Gov. Gavin Newsom this month signed multiple housing bills aimed at tackling the state's lack of affordable housing and making it easier for tenants to rent a home in the first place. Sunday, October 22, 12:52 PM

Belmont Village senior housing project reaches construction milestone in San Ramon
Belmont Village Senior Living in San Ramon is coming closer to fruition, with officials holding the topping-out ceremony while reservations are now being accepted for the under-construction community and a showroom is set to open... Sunday, October 22, 12:49 PM

Millennials forge creative paths toward homeownership
Once considered homebuying johnny-and-jenny-come-latelies, members of the millennial generation have been making up for lost time. Now ranging in age from 27 to 42, this group has become the driving force of residential home sales. Monday, September 25, 10:30 PM

Scholarship Corner: East Bay students recognized by Realtors' foundation
The Bay East Association of Realtors Foundation announced the nine recipients of its $16,500 scholarship award for the 2023-24 school year. The winners are... Tuesday, September 12, 5:38 AM

Scammers trying to sell homes they don't own is on the rise
A growing number of scammers posing as property owners have been contacting real estate agents to sell vacant lots and vacation or rental properties that are not occupied by the owner in a new scam that's on the rise in California. Sunday, September 24, 10:34 AM | 2 comments

Real estate association honors best of the best
The Bay East Association of Realtors recently recognized standout members for accomplishments in the industry in the Tri-Valley and greater East Bay during 2022. Monday, March 13, 8:55 PM

Report: Dublin home prices drop at sharpest rate in nation; Pleasanton 7th on lowly list
Bay Area cities have experienced some of the biggest drops in home prices across the country, including Dublin at the top of the list, according to a new study evaluating typical home values from May 2022 to May 2023. Sunday, August 6, 12:12 PM

A century of service in real estate
The Bay East Association of Realtors is celebrating its centennial of serving real estate professionals throughout the region all year long, and marked the milestone anniversary with a gala in Pleasanton earlier this month. Thursday, April 28, 10:42 PM | 1 comments


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