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Arraignment of former MMID exec postponed

STOCKTON —Many were hoping for some form of closure in the arraignment of the former executive director of the Miracle Mile Improvement District. Instead, it was delayed. Attorney Gil Somera…

Mortgage delinquency rates lowest in decade in Central Valley region

Mortgage delinquency rates are the lowest in more than 10 years across the nation and in the Central Valley, according to the Loan Performance Insights Report released by a real…

San Joaquin County tax collector calls for property taxes

Property taxes are due in San Joaquin County, and the treasurer-tax collector, Shabbir A. Khan wants property owners to be aware of the deadline. The 2017-2018 annual secured tax bills…

Proposed tax cut legislation opposed by Realtor group

The Central Valley Association of Realtors, along with the state and national associations, have come out against the Congressional Tax Cuts and Jobs Act proposed recently. It is reported that…

‘Old vs. New’: Lodi mayor highlights positive changes in state of the city presentation

‘Old vs. New’: Lodi mayor highlights positive changes in state of the city presentation

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor WOODBRIDGE — In an address to city leaders, business owners and lifelong residents, Lodi Mayor Doug Kuehne talked about the positive growth and changes…

First Cal makes move into Stockton market

STOCKTON — A Petaluma-based mortgage company has opened an office in the Port City, bringing a wealth of industry expertise with it. First California Mortgage Company recently opened its first…

Stockton introduces program to forgive code violations

  The City of Stockton has introduced a program aimed at forgiving existing code violations. The Residential Neighborhood Reinvestment Program is geared toward homes that have incurred at least $15,000…

New homes sales down nationwide

Across the U.S. it was reported that sales of new single-family homes were down by 3.4 percent. The United States Census Bureau announced that sales were down month-over-month from July…

Is the commercial real estate market cooling down in the Central Valley?

Is the commercial real estate market cooling down in the Central Valley?

By KENT HOHLFELD Business Journal Writer [email protected] A new report by the University of California Los Angeles Anderson School of Management indicates that investors are cooling on the sunshine state’s…

Tracy housing boom continues with new development

Tracy housing boom continues with new development

TRACY — A new housing development is on the horizon for the city, one in a series that continue to show growth in the residential market. National builder and developer…

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