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ROSEVILLE, CA—Compared to the prices in the Bay Area, Sacramento-area cities still have value and make for an appealing investment, with more than $1 billion of new projects and infrastructure underway.
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IRVINE, CA—Ten-X says that while apartment market fundamentals remain healthy, an uptick in vacancies and a slowing of rent growth are in the forecast.
LOS ANGELES—Although the major logistics hubs will experience strong demand this year, these up-and-coming markets will see the largest increases, says Dwight Hotchkiss at Colliers.
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