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Solar Project Gets Green Light in San Bernardino County
A large solar project planned in the unincorporated communities of Daggett and Newberry Springs east of Barstow has been given the green light.
Holiday Gift: Smart TV Security
Tell your clients who are getting or giving Smart TVs for Christmas, the FBI field office is warning that Smart TVs may be vulnerable to criminal intrusion.
Client Tip: Decorating Don’ts
To help you do just that, Insider spoke with four interior designers to find out some common decorating blunders and furniture faux pas. Here are some of the biggest mistakes people make when decorating a living room. READ MORE
DOJ Alleges Discrimination
Entire families, including children, have been evicted for alleged criminal conduct involving one tenant or even non-tenants, and included family members who had reported domestic violence to police, according to a Department of Justice lawsuit against the city of Hesperia. READ MORE
So Cal Sales – In six Southern California counties, 20,761 homes sold—up 8.2% in a year. The regional median selling price was $535,000, up 1.9% over 12 months. The last time SoCal buyers were more active in an October was 2012. (SB Sun)
Mortgage Uptick – The results of the Primary Mortgage Market Survey® last week shows the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 3.73%, ticking up from the previous week. “With Federal Reserve policy on cruise control and the economy continuing to grow at a steady pace, mortgage rates have stabilized as the market searches for direction,” said Sam Khater, Freddie Mac’s Chief Economist. “The risk of an economic downturn has receded.” (Freddie Mac)
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Cities Report – Nov. 2019
Sales tax headed for the ballot in Azusa; re-fi lowers Baldwin Park property tax bills; Claremont sales tax bid loses by 122 votes. Fuller board cancels plan for campus relocation to Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga approves annexation plan, and much more from CVAR Government Affairs Director Bill Ruh.
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