US Real Estate

Hundreds of homes destroyed in worst-ever California wildfires

By Mike Wheatley | November 14, 2018
Some 42 people are confirmed killed, with more than 200 missing as three wildfires swept through California this week, razing hundreds of homes to the ground. The death toll is said to be a grim new record in the Golden State, beating the 31 victims who died during the 1933 Griffith Park disaster in Los […]
Mortgage, US Real Estate

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac offer mortgage relief to California's wildfire victims

By Mike Wheatley | August 14, 2018
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two government-sponsored entities that finance the majority of mortgages in the U.S., have announced relief for homeowners affected by the record-breaking wildfires currently affecting California. The two GSEs said borrowers living in disaster zones that have been officially declared as such by the Federal Emergency Management Agency may be […]
fire protection
Residential

How wildfires are impacting California's real estate markets

By Mike Wheatley | August 3, 2018
A total of 18 wildfires have spread throughout California this week, scorching an area larger than the city of Los Angeles, officials said on Wednesday
Industry Technology, Real Estate Technology, US Real Estate

Propy facilitates California's first blockchain-based real estate deal

By Mike Wheatley | July 19, 2018
Decentralized title registry firm Propy Inc. says it's just completed the first comprehensive blockchain-recorded property deal in California.
Market Watch, US Real Estate

Facebook could relocate away from Silicon Valley due to high housing costs

By Mike Wheatley | June 4, 2018
A senior Facebook executive has hinted at the possibility of the social media giant relocating its headquarters away from Silicon Valley due to the expensive cost of housing in the area.
Featured News, Real Estate Technology, US Real Estate

California set to vote on solar power requirement for new homes

By Mike Wheatley | May 10, 2018
California is said to be on the cusp of making solar power a standard requirement for every new home built in the state.
Featured News, News, US Real Estate

Californians could struggle to get housing insurance after wildfires blaze through the state

By Mike Wheatley | December 20, 2017
As wildfires continue to blaze in parts of southern California, officials fear that insurers will soon stop offering coverage for homeowners in the state.
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