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Real estate investors adapting to changing marketplace

Westbrook REI has been investing in real estate for nearly 10 years by buying properties, fixing them and then selling at a profit.

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Artist lofts project to begin construction in Stockton

The MediCo Dental building in Downtown Stockton is the site for the new Medici Artist Lofts.

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CAR: Housing sales up in state, Central Valley

The California Realtors Association recently reported that California’s home sales were up in February this year by 5.4 over the same time last year. The Central Valley market has fared a bit better despite a lack in inventory.

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Would you live in Downtown Modesto? Many say ‘yes’

The majority of survey respondents in a recent poll said they would have no reservations about living in Downtown Modesto.

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Modesto, Stockton rank among nation’s highest renter to owner ratio

In a recent report, it was found that cities in California’s Central Valley are among the highest when it comes to the amount of residents who rent versus those who own their homes.

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Residential construction gathers momentum in Valley

Residential construction gathers momentum in Valley

Residential construction is beginning to show signs of life after collapsing during the recession.

“Throughout the northern San Joaquin Valley and throughout the state, we’ve seen significant gains in 2013,” said Jeffrey Michael, director of the Business Forecasting Center at University of the Pacific.

Mobile technology dominates home buying process, Realtor survey finds

Mobile technology dominates home buying process, Realtor survey finds

Demonstrating the proliferation of mobile technology into nearly every facet of our lives, more than eight out of 10 home buyers are accessing home information on their smart phones and computer tablets, according to the California Association of Realtors’ (CAR) 2013 Survey of California Home Buyers. This information shouldn’t come as a surprise with 90 percent of media consumption being screen-based. Seems like this “trend” is becoming a lifestyle.

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