From San Francisco to Santa Cruz, Berkeley to Napa, dissatisfied politicians and residents of California’s housing crisis are looking to the globally popular tool of taxing vacant homes.
- One-third of California homeowners have no mortgage – Orange County Register
- Why Is New York Still Building on the Waterfront?
- Pitkin County real estate sees record low inventory and sky high prices
- Cayuga County property transfers: Oct. 9, 2022
- Here are Salt Lake City’s priciest properties and why they may never be sold
- This remote corner of Maine welcomes short-term rentals
The details of the recently proposed housing vacancy tax vary, but we’re already heading for the November vote in Santa Cruz in San Francisco and Beachtown.Berkeley, Napa, Los Angeles, and the Monterey Peninsula region Discuss similar measures.
- Wells Fargo, once the No. 1 player in mortgages, is stepping back from the housing market
- Hamptons luxury real estate trends: Summer 2022
- More Store-To-Apartment Conversions OK’d | New Haven Independent
- Key Las Vegas Property Getting $600 Million Renovation
- Mortgage Interest Rates for Dec. 16, 2022: Rates Decline
- Brooklyn Heights, a Historic Residential Enclave With Coveted Townhomes and Enviable Views of Manhattan