Drought Be Gone

drought be gone

Governor Jerry Brown made the official announcement to end the state of emergency for California’s drought on Friday, according to the LA Times. Excepting a handful of counties in the San Joaquin Valley, which are still suffering from dried-up wells, the drought crisis has passed. Extreme drought conditions were entirely erased from the state map in February, but Governor Brown held off on ending the state of emergency until now. Read more here.

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Millennials Drive Demand for Multi-Family Property in Southern CA

According to the annual USC Casden Real Estate Economics Forecast released earlier this month, millennials entering their late twenties and early thirties, will have a major impact on the demand for multi-family properties in California over the next two years.   The report also predicts that average rents in Los Angeles County will hit $2304 in 2018.  LA … Continued

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Natural Disasters – Tips for Homeowners

As of the writing of this post – an estimated 30,000 to 40,000 homes have been destroyed in the Houston area as a result of Hurricane Harvey, the deadly tropical storm that just won’t let up and continues to pummel the Gulf Coast with torrential rains, flooding and wind gusts that have been measured as … Continued

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