It’s a shameful tale indeed that unfolded at the Long Beach Airport, on a recent flight set to depart for Sacramento. A mysterious drunken man appeared to be looking for trouble, as he began boasting about his wealth an IQ, and arguing with other passengers. Little did these passengers know, this man was indeed actually…

By Bob Hunt, Director of California Association of Realtors® We are used to discussions of disclosures about property: “Does the roof leak?”, “How was the slope repaired?”, “Did the creek flood in last year’s rain?” Etc. Sometimes, though, there are also disclosure issues about agents and even principals. Suppose, for example, that an agent is…

Having been the victim of credit fraud recently, I was forced to learn a lot about who manages your credit score and how to protect it during a vulnerable time.  Coincidentally, one of our readers sent in these tips to help you understand a little bit more about how credit scores can be negatively affected….

By Jennifer Riner, Zillow The typical homebuyer has changed drastically in recent decades. Given economic and societal changes in America over the years, it’s no surprise the demographic of today’s homebuyer is different. For starters, today’s average first-time homebuyer is 33 years old, compared to just 30 years of age in the late 1980s. To…