Realty ONE Group - Allure

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Realty ONE Group Allure, DBA of Kinder Real Estate, Inc. is a leading San Francisco Bay Area brokerage company providing clients with innovative and investment solutions. ROG Allure is one of, if not the first, to provide a complete virtual service model eliminating dependence on physical paper. ROG Allure has two decades of management, corporate governance, and development experience in client services and solutions. Realty ONE Group Allure is a franchise office independently owned and operated under the Realty ONE Group Brokerage.
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11/22/2017

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12/02/2016

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12/02/2016

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11/17/2016

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COME JOIN US at JACK LONDON SQUARE CONDO OPEN HOUSE ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 FROM 6 - 7:30 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FROM 1-3PM.

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11/15/2016

COME JOIN US at JACK LONDON SQUARE CONDO OPEN HOUSE ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 FROM 6 - 7:30 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FROM 1-3PM.

3 models changing how houses are bought and sold
11/14/2016
3 models changing how houses are bought and sold

3 models changing how houses are bought and sold

Mike DelPrete breaks down the top three real estate models that are changing the industry and the ways that people buy and sell homes.

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11/11/2016

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11/03/2016
Center for California Real Estate - CCRE

The Economics of Housing Affordability - The panel will examine the economic implications of insufficient affordable housing for the state of California and economic-based solutions, including how financial products, services, and institutions should evolve in order to encourage housing affordability, minority access to homeownership, and greater consumer access to information.

Residential Real Estate Development and Affordability: Supply, Zoning, and Land Use in California - This panel will address issues related to supply, zoning, and land use that contribute to the state of residential housing development in California, including commentary on transportation corridors, the workforce, job development, and issues of economic equity.

Summit panelists include: Pete Peterson, Pepperdine University; Ben Metcalf, California Department of Housing and Community Development; Matt Schwartz, California Housing Partnership Corporation; Jennifer Hernandez, Holland & Knight; Andy Agle, Housing and Economic Development, City of Santa Monica; Sarah Letts, Hollywood Community Housing Corporation; Richard Green, USC Lusk Center for Real Estate; Michael Lens, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs; Nela Richardson, Redfin; David Min, UC Irvine; Liam Dillon, Los Angeles Times; Richard Lyon, California Building Industry Association; Hasan Ikhrata, Southern California Association of Governments; Nicholas Marantz, UC Irvine; Ann Sewill, California Community Foundation; and Joel Singer, C.A.R.

The summit takes place Thursday, Nov. 10, 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. PST, at the Intercontinental Hotel in Century City, Calif. Journalists who would like to attend the event, please email [email protected] or call (213) 739-8304. For more information, visit: http://centerforcaliforniarealestate.org/events/summit.html
About the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS:

Housing Affordability and California’s FutureNovember 10, 2016 Intercontinental Hotel, Century City2151 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 900678:30 am to 1:30 pm (tentative)The Center for California Real Estate and the California Association of REALTORS® are proud to present the second REAL ESTAT...

5 trends shaping the 2017 homebuying season
10/20/2016
5 trends shaping the 2017 homebuying season

5 trends shaping the 2017 homebuying season

Unlike putting out Christmas decorations with the Halloween candy, some forms of early preparation make sound business sense, especially in housing.

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10/10/2016

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All Cities Commercial Real Estate San Francisco Networking October 11 Meeting
10/03/2016
All Cities Commercial Real Estate San Francisco Networking October 11 Meeting

All Cities Commercial Real Estate San Francisco Networking October 11 Meeting

Join us to experience a proven, systematic approach to build your business cheaper, easier and faster through qualified referral sources .  This meeting is FREE (unless you've already attended two free meetings, in which case you need to become a member to attend). There is VERY LIMITED SEATING so p...

The Real Estate Realtist Summit
09/30/2016
The Real Estate Realtist Summit

The Real Estate Realtist Summit

Real Estate Updates, 4th Quarter Forecast, and Rebuilding Black Wealth Through Homeownership Exclusively Sponsored by: Union Bank | Presented by: The Associated Real Property Brokers AGENDA: 2:00 PM Registration 2:30 to 4:30 PM Program 4:30 to 6:30 PM Networking Mixer COMPLIMENTARY: Event Admission,...

Coldwell Banker CEO: Foreign High-End Buyers Retreating
09/29/2016
Coldwell Banker CEO: Foreign High-End Buyers Retreating

Coldwell Banker CEO: Foreign High-End Buyers Retreating

Charlie Young, Coldwell Banker Real Estate's president and chief executive officer, discusses the state of the U.S. real estate market with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu, Joe Weisenthal and Matt Miller on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)

according to Trulia.com, a San Francisco-based real estate research site.Even though the U.S. has seen more than three y...
09/16/2016
Trulia: Real Estate Listings, Homes For Sale, Housing Data

according to Trulia.com, a San Francisco-based real estate research site.
Even though the U.S. has seen more than three years of a booming seller’s market for housing, there are plenty of Americans who are reluctant to sell their homes for a very simple reason: Where are they going to live?

The supply of U.S. homes for sale, known as inventory, last month dropped to the lowest levels since January 1999, according to Trulia.com, a San Francisco-based real estate research site.

And on Wednesday, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) said that inventory of homes for sale last month was just 2.13 million homes, a supply of about 4.7 months. (That means that it would take just less than five months at the current sales rate to deplete the entire inventory of homes for sale in the U.S.)

The supply numbers are down 5.8% from a year ago and have declined year-over-year for the past 14 months. That compares to a more typical supply of 6 months in a healthy market, according to Trulia.

“Severely restrained inventory and the tightening grip it’s putting on affordability is the primary culprit for the considerable sales slump throughout much of the country last month,” said NAR’s Lawrence Yun, the association’s chief economist in a statement releasing the results. “Realtors are reporting diminished buyer traffic because of the scarce number of affordable homes on the market, and the lack of supply is stifling the efforts of many prospective buyers attempting to purchase while mortgage rates hover at historical lows,” he said.

Not only does the low housing inventory mean a bidding war for buyers, but sellers who may want to move to a smaller home and stay in the same market are quite often stuck — because of the rise in prices for smaller homes that are being fought over by both first-time buyers and downsizing empty-nesters.

“A key part of the inventory problem is that in expensive markets it’s difficult for existing homeowners to find another home afterwards if they do sell,” said Ralph McLaughlin, chief economist with Trulia.com. “It’s a double-edged sword.”

Nationally, the number of starter homes (median price of $154,156) in the first quarter of 2016 in the U.S. has dropped by more than 43% since the same period in 2012, and the price buyers will have to pay for those homes has risen 5.6% since 2012, Trulia said in a May report. Meanwhile, the number of so-called “trade-up” homes, with a median list price of $267,845, have fallen by 41% since 2012, Trulia said.

“Homebuilders continue to thrive on healthy demand while homebuyers remain stifled by anemic inventory,” McLaughlin said.

Also see: Need to buy a house fast after selling yours? Don’t panic, here’s what to do

Overall, inventory numbers are down nearly 6% from a year ago, the NAR said in an Aug. 2 blog posting. The tight inventory numbers are also helping push up housing prices, with U.S. median homes prices rising to $247,700 in June, up 4.8% from a year ago, the NAR said.

“I am seeing people that literally will never be able to move,” said Joe Winpisinger, a Re/Max Realtor in Cape Coral, Fla. “The homes they are downsizing to have gone up exponentially more than the homes they have to sell,” he said.

Not surprisingly, some of the lowest inventory is in the San Francisco Bay Area, where single-family homes are scarce and multiple bidding for homes on the market is the norm. For example, as of the end of the second quarter of 2016, the South Bay city of San Jose as had just a 1.6 month supply of homes, meaning that given the buying frenzy in Silicon Valley, the city would exhaust its inventory of homes on the market in just over 45 days with every home sold, says Trulia’s McLaughlin. Oakland and San Francisco have similarly thin stocks, with 1.7 months worth, according to Trulia’s analysis of the largest 100 real-estate markets in the U.S., which looked at second-quarter inventory numbers between April and June of this year.

And it isn’t just the red-hot market of the Bay area with low inventory. Seattle, as of the end of June of this year, has just a 1.8 month supply, less than 60 days. Other hot markets include Columbus, Ohio, and Washington, D.C., which has just a 2.5 month supply of homes.

John Lazenby, a Realtor with Colony Realty Group in Orlando, Fla., said in vacation spots near attractions like the Disney World resort, DIS, +0.06% inventory is particularly short because of investors and vacation home buyers who’d rather have a home instead of a hotel when they visit. Orlando’s supply of homes under $200,000 in June would last just 1.6 months, according to the Orlando Regional Realtor Association.

“I am seeing people that literally will never be able to move. The homes they are downsizing to have gone up exponentially more than the homes they have to sell.”
Joe Winpisinger, a Re/Max Realtor

Your destination for all real estate listings and rental properties. Trulia.com provides comprehensive school and neighborhood information on homes for sale in your market.

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09/11/2016

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ICYMI: Ocwen given OK to move forward on 17,000 foreclosures
09/11/2016
ICYMI: Ocwen given OK to move forward on 17,000 foreclosures

ICYMI: Ocwen given OK to move forward on 17,000 foreclosures

In case you missed it, in the most recent third and fourth quarter 2015 oversight report from Joseph Smith, monitor of the National Mortgage Settlement, Ocwen Financial got the official go-ahead to lift a foreclosure sale hold placed on more than 17,000 loans earlier this year. The story dates back...

3 Ways to Go for the Gold as a Realtor
08/29/2016
3 Ways to Go for the Gold as a Realtor

3 Ways to Go for the Gold as a Realtor

Take a cue from the Olympic athletes of Rio 2016 and learn how to apply their training to your business and life to succeed.

08/29/2016
How Did I Reinvest My 100% Commission?

How Did I Reinvest My 100% Commission?

Imagine making more without sacrificing support. Realty ONE Group allows you to reinvest in your business and more importantly your family. Interested in bec...

New home sales kept up the strong pace
08/24/2016
New home sales post biggest July gain since the housing bust

New home sales kept up the strong pace

New home sales kept up the strong pace from June and soared in July, and while the news didn’t come as a surprise, it’s definitely welcome, according to these industry experts. Here’s proof that demand for new homes remains solid in a low interest rate, low unemployment environment.

08/11/2016

We would like to welcome 5 new joiners to our growing team for the Month of July. Tanisha Avila
Vernessa Harris Johnson
Sean Walsh - Part of Vaillen Team Vaillen Fung
Jamie Abitia and Katrena Prior - Part of Maddox Real Estate Team Jason David Maddox
We are very excited and look forward to working with you all.

Happy 4th of July!
07/03/2016

Happy 4th of July!

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06/19/2016

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Thank You!
05/27/2016

Thank You!

Keep you family safe with this quick and easy cleaning tip.
03/27/2016
Restore Shine to Your Faucets in 5 Easy Steps

Keep you family safe with this quick and easy cleaning tip.

Find out how to get your faucets gleaming clean. When you clean a faucet, you try to remove water spots, mildew stains, and assorted grime. Learn to clean a faucet in just a few short steps.

This comfy breakfast nook looks like the perfect family place to start your morning!
03/26/2016

This comfy breakfast nook looks like the perfect family place to start your morning!

If there is one place you could spend your weekend no expense spared, where would it be?
03/25/2016

If there is one place you could spend your weekend no expense spared, where would it be?

Creating your ideal outdoor lounge is simple! To build your space, start with seating and then choose a complimentary ta...
03/23/2016

Creating your ideal outdoor lounge is simple! To build your space, start with seating and then choose a complimentary table (if you're not choosing a set). Adding an umbrella for shade isn't a bad idea either.

Lastly, add decor elements for styling such as colorful pillows, vases, or lanterns and voilà!

This round top door is the perfect addition to a craftsman home. Would you replace your current front door with one like...
03/22/2016

This round top door is the perfect addition to a craftsman home.

Would you replace your current front door with one like this?

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