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Real estate investors adapting to changing marketplace

Westbrook REI has been investing in real estate for nearly 10 years by buying properties, fixing them and then selling at a profit.

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Artist lofts project to begin construction in Stockton

The MediCo Dental building in Downtown Stockton is the site for the new Medici Artist Lofts.

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CAR: Housing sales up in state, Central Valley

The California Realtors Association recently reported that California’s home sales were up in February this year by 5.4 over the same time last year. The Central Valley market has fared a bit better despite a lack in inventory.

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Oakdale Welcomes New Affordable Senior Apartment Community

Oakdale Welcomes New Affordable Senior Apartment Community

KTGY Group, Inc., Architecture + Planning, announces the recent opening of Heritage Oaks Senior Apartments in Oakdale, Calif. Designed by KTGY and developed by Central Valley Coalition for Affordable Housing in Merced, Calif. and Adroit Development, Inc. of Westlake Village, Calif., Heritage Oaks Senior Apartments is a high quality, environmentally-friendly 50-unit apartment community for low income seniors age 55 and older. 

Turlock mayor joins county leaders in RDA fight

Turlock mayor joins county leaders in RDA fight

Turlock mayor joins county leaders in RDA fight
The Turlock Journal
Under the state plan, Turlock would be required to pay the state $3.2 million to retain its redevelopment agency – a payment the agency cannot afford, according to Turlock officials. Redevelopment agencies retain a share of local property tax income ...

CSU Stanislaus, Modesto JC to create Turlock Educational Center

CSU Stanislaus, Modesto JC to create Turlock Educational Center

TURLOCK - CSU Stanislaus President Hamid Shirvani and Modesto Junior College (MJC) President Gaither Loewenstein formally announced a joint venture to create the Turlock Educational Center on the CSU Stanislaus campus. The center will play an important role in preparing students to succeed in university-level classes and compete for early-career opportunities.

“This is a historic moment for CSU Stanislaus, as we partner with Modesto Junior College to offer Turlock and the surrounding community vocational and English as a Second Language courses not currently available at the university” said Shirvani.