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SB County good market for home buyers

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There’s more good news regarding the Inland housing market. San Bernardino County was one of California’s the most affordable housing markets during the third quarter of this year, according to the California Association of Realtors’ Traditional Housing Affordability Index, which was released Friday. Fifty seven percent of San Bernardino County …

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NAIOP Inland Empire holds its annual bus tour of industrial properties

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Members of the real estate industry get an up-close look at the region’s industrial market, in particular projects that are planned or under construction. The market is clearly emerging from hit it took during the recession. About 275 real estate professionals took part Thursday in NAIOP Inland Empire’s annual bus …

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Building sale, land purchase completed

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Northern California developer has completed two transactions in Ontario. San Francisco-based Newcastle Partners Inc., a real estate investment and development firm, has sold the Ontario Distribution Center for $8.3 million, according to a company statement. That facility, at 2080 S. Cucamonga Ave., covers 90,250 square feet and sits on 4.7 …

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Housing proposal raises concerns

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A winery has proposed developing nearly 500 single-family homes in the Temecula Valley Wine Country, much to the distress of some residents there. In addition to that proposal, the Mount Palomar Winery has dusted off Twelve Oaks, an approved project, that would develop about 200 houses near Lake Skinner, according …

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Proposed community would mean too many homes, residents say

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Residents of a community near Hemet are battling a proposed development that they believe would bring too many houses to their rural community. Meadowview, which has been in the planning stages for four years, would be built in Reinhart Canyon between the Four Seasons, an upscale retirement community, and Maze …

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Two Inland housing agencies receive donations

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Wells Fargo will donate $6 million to 54 nonprofit agencies, including two in the Inland Empire, that will be used to help stabilize and revive neighborhoods that have been hurt by the economy. Mary Eckerson Community Housing in Riverside and the Neighborhood Housing Services of the Inland Empire will both …

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