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Attacks on your property rights

As a property owner, beware the communities that want to infringe on your property rights

property rightsI am a big fan of property rights. It should be ridiculously hard for any government to take your property and infringe on your use of that land in any way. Don’t for a minute think that this sort of thing is limited to eminent domain – as we will see, there are communities where governments will try to control your land without even going to the trouble of exercising eminent domain.

On todays show we are going to look at a couple of amazing stories of property owners and investors who are being forced to fight for their property rights in the face of governments that want to decide for them what can and cannot be done with their land. For you investors, knowing the communities where the cities are most likely to control or dictate your investment could save you a whole lot of heartache!

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Big changes in the law coming?

Change is in the wind for Dodd-Frank

1600_legislative_branchDodd-Frank was passed by Congress to try and deal with the issues surrounding the economic downturn. It was passed in 2010 and since has pretty much shown to be not only a poor solution, but as much of a problem as the issues it attempted to address.

Th House in Congress is now working on a change to Dodd-Frank – called CHOICE – that could have some very far reaching implications. We will take some time to discuss it and see if we can’t figure out how it will effect us in the real world.

We will also take some time to update our ongoing tracking of employment related issues.

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Real Estate Bubble Already Burst?!?!

PLUS: Mortgage Regulations Costing You More

Sales in California have dropped to their lowest level since 2008 – but for the exact opposite reasons. This continuing theme will get a little more discussion today – but not too much – we have really covered this one pretty well lately. Next, we will take a look at the effects of regulations on your mortgage costs. We already touched on the ridiculous costs that builders face when constructing new homes and how those regulations keep home prices higher and actually push builders toward building more expensive homes. Now we can expect some of that magic to effect you getting a loan.

The idea that “Trade up” buyers are at the core of our current inventory problem is gaining traction. Of course, I am not buying it. We will discuss this a bit more today and reveal how past concerns about finding your next home were addressed and how those same methods work just as well today. Frankly, the medias love for this explanation makes some sense simply because it is the least scary of the reasons why homeowners are not becoming home sellers.

Finally, a great new invention – glow in the dark cement. Yeah, you heard me right – glow in the freaking dark cement. I want it.

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In UAE, Tighter Regulations Lead To Real Estate Stabilization – Forbes


Forbes

In UAE, Tighter Regulations Lead To Real Estate Stabilization
Forbes
Thanks to tighter regulations by the U.A.E. government and a more conservative business plan from property developers, the residential real estate market of Dubai in particular is becoming more stable. Although property prices skyrocketed 35% in 2013

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real estate – Google News

In UAE, Tighter Regulations Lead To Real Estate Stabilization – Forbes


Forbes

In UAE, Tighter Regulations Lead To Real Estate Stabilization
Forbes
Thanks to tighter regulations by the U.A.E. government and a more conservative business plan from property developers, the residential real estate market of Dubai in particular is becoming more stable. Although property prices skyrocketed 35% in 2013

and more »

real estate – Google News


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