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    San Mateo pans housing legislation, tall buildings: 'We're doing our part'
    In the same meeting, city leaders plan to oppose regional housing bills and continue a moratorium on tall buildings for several more years.


    Valley homebuilder purchases 3 more chunks of land
    The homebuilder also has two other developments in the works in Mesa. The Valley's housing market continues to see strong demand as the region adds jobs.


    New developer proposes rental town homes in Rogers
    A new residential developer is pitching a 38-unit rental town home project called Brenly Meadows in Rogers.


    Atlanta home sales soften in June, but prices still rising
    Metro Atlanta homes sales are softening as compared to last year, although prices continue to steadily make gains, industry group Atlanta REALTORS said Monday. June residential sales in an 11-country metro Atlanta area were at 5,464, a decrease of 12.7% from the previous year. Average and median sales prices continue to gain traction and outpace 2018?s figures, with positive gains, Atlanta REALTORS said. The median sales price in June was $300,000, an increase of 6.0% from last June. The average?


    Phoenix posts highest apartment rent increases nationwide in 2019, report says
    Apartment rents in Phoenix continued to climb faster than anywhere else in the U.S. during the first half of 2019, according to a report from RentCafe. The mid-year assessment shows Phoenix rents rose 5.8% during the first six months of the year. That is the highest percentage growth in the country among major metro areas. Average rent in Phoenix through June sits at $1,084 ? up $59 since Jan. 1, according to RentCafe. But when you look around the Valley, average apartment rents fluctuate greatly. In?


    San Mateo pans housing legislation, tall buildings: 'We're doing our part'
    In the same meeting, city leaders plan to oppose regional housing bills and continue a moratorium on tall buildings for several more years.


    TCAD acquires Northeast Austin building to handle increase in appraisal protests
    Travis Central Appraisal District purchased the former National Western Life Insurance building for its new headquarters and now plans to spend a few million dollars on renovations.


    Home prices in DFW, nationally far outpacing income growth
    The disparity between home prices and household income in Dallas-Fort Worth has widened, although the gap is not as big as in some other parts of the country, according to a new national study.


    GMAR: Home sales down, Milwaukee market nearing a slowdown
    Statistics reflecting home sales in the immediate four-county area during the second quarter of 2019 show the Milwaukee housing market may have peaked and is experiencing a slowdown, according to a recent report from the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors. Sales fell 5% in the quarter, compared with the year-ago quarter, and were down 5.8% for the month of June compared with June 2018, per the report. Since May 2018, the market has only experienced three months with an increase in home sales.?


    Tampa Bay?s mortgage delinquency rate has dropped
    More Tampa Bay homeowners are keeping up with their mortgages. According to a loan performance insights report from CoreLogic, this past April, the mortgage delinquency rate in the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater metropolitan area, 3.9 percent, was 2.4 percentage points lower than it was in April 2018, when it was 6.3 percent. The serious delinquency rate decreased, too. This rate ? which measures payments that are 90 days or more past due, including loans in foreclosure ? also decreased by?