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2010 

Welcome to the Realtor Report for January 2010. The attached charts summarize Southwest California housing activity for the year just past and provide some perspective on where we've been and where we are today. It's going to take somebody far sharper than me to figure out where we're going.  Th...
01/30/2010
66th District Assemblyman Kevin Jeffries has introduced a series of bills and constitutional amendments that seek to reform some of what's wrong in  Sacramento. Until we replace about 2/3 of the legislature with honest citizen legislators on a part-time basis we won't be able to resolve all the i...
01/29/2010
I just read an excellent post from Nestor & Katerina (do they write any other kind) entitled: Active Rain Should NOT Ban Political Posts - Real Estate Is Political. In my travels I'm always amazed by Realtors® who are unaware of the political nature of our business. Even worse are those who proud...
01/29/2010
Just when you think our Legislature might get a clue as to what's going on in the world they are quick to remind us - they are so far out of touch it's almost comical. Two items from today's news: #1 - Our illustrious State Senate passed a bill yesterday cracking down on... FREE PARKING. Yeah, yo...
01/29/2010
When asked if she was concerned about the adverse impact her committees recommendations would have on jobs in the state, California Air Resources Board Chair Mary Nichols responded that 'if I had to worry about running for election I would, but I don't.'  SWEET! If 66th Assemblyman Kevin Jeffries...
01/28/2010
I got into a little political chat with fellow California Rainer Gene Riemenschneider about the idea of California having a part-time legislature like so many other states. Since 1966 our legislature has done nothing so much as act to convince us we're too big to be governed part-time. We need th...
01/27/2010
I got into a little political chat with fellow California Rainer Gene Riemenschneider  about the idea of California having a part-time legislature like so many other states. Since 1966 our legislature has done nothing so much as act to convince us we're too big to be governed part-time. We need t...
01/27/2010
The City of Murrieta has launched a new group called the Murrieta Business Roundtable. The forum is sponsored by the Murrieta Economic Development Department in cooperation with SCORE, counselors for America's small business. The group plans to meet the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:30 am in th...
01/27/2010
A couple years ago I tried Second Life but didn't devote the time necessary to figure out what was going on. Too busy blogging on ActiveRain I guess. It was kinda interesting but, ehhhh - Not too realistic. Everybody was beautiful, the weather was beautiful, buildings were beautiful. My life's O...
01/27/2010
The California Building Standards Commission has released new standards for 'gray water' usage for California homeowners effective January 12. The commission had been expected to release new standards sometime next year but recently adopted the regulations on an 'emergency' basis due to the ongoi...
01/22/2010
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