Is It Possible To Have A Hurricane-Proof Home?

The recent total devastation of the Bahamas by hurricane Dorian reinforced the need for hurricane-proof homes in areas that are

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NAHB: Home Builders Remain Confident

The National Association of Home Builders Housing Market Index shows steady builder confidence in housing market conditions. September’s index reading

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A $400,000 Profit From Flipping A Single House?

Flipping homes is popular once again. It took about eight years after the Great Recession that started in 2006 for

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How Important Is The Land Around A Potential Home?

When viewing a potential home, how much consideration should you give to the surrounding land? In many ways, the land

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Four Key Injury Prevention Tips On Moving Day

It’s more likely that someone will incur an injury on moving day than on an ordinary day. The reason is

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Making Money Buying Homes And More From Estate Sales

An estate sale is the sale of the property owned by a person after a person dies. This sale may

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Proposed Update To City’s Affordable Housing Policy Would Change Equation For Developers

By Andrew Bowen at KPBS Public Media San Diego City Council members are set to vote next week on a

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What Is Eminent Domain?

Eminent domain is a law that gives the federal, state, county, and municipal governments in the United States the legal

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The Community Reinvestment Act Explained In Simple Terms

The federal government adopted the Housing and Community Development Act in 1977, and the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) portion was

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The History of San Diego’s Thirty-Foot Height Limit

by Frank Gormlie on July 18, 2019 · in OB Rag Last night at the annual awards banquet put on

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