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About California
By
Doreen Pottios
on
February 10, 2020

More than 30 million Americans moved between 2018 and 2019, according to the U.S. Census bureau. People move for various reasons, but the most common are related to work or family. No matter the reason, moving is an expensive undertaking – especially for those relocating to certain cities.

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About California
By
Doreen Pottios
on
January 7, 2020

California is one of the worst places in the country to retire, according to a new study. Blacktower Financial Management Group ranked every state in the U.S. based on several factors, including cost of living, crime, and life expectancy. It says California is the third worst state to retire due to unaffordable housing prices, narrowly coming out ahead of Alaska and Hawaii in the last spots.

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About California
By
Doreen Pottios
on
December 18, 2019

A minimum annual household income of $126,400 is required to qualify to buy a house in San Diego, more than double the $54,800 needed nationwide, a new study says. “Furthermore, only 29% of households here can afford to purchase a median priced home compared to 31% in California and 56% nationwide (as of Q3 2019),” said Larry Cambra, director of brokerage in San Diego for Cushman & Wakefield, an international commercial real estate company. Are you ready to leave California?

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About California
By
Doreen Pottios
on
October 28, 2019

California has some of the highest home values in the United States. But don’t let that hold you back from living that carefree west coast living and visiting the beach on the weekends. Here are some hidden gems that offer affordable living in California.

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About California
By
Doreen Pottios
on
June 30, 2019

California is getting the growth many of its residents want: approximately none. Last year’s population increase was the paltriest on record, a low point that can’t be separated from an unrelenting housing shortage.

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