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‘2022 Southwest Regional Economic Forecast’ sees continued economic growth

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UCR Professor Christopher Thornberg guest speaker The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the UC Riverside School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting...

Revised future Menifee Housing and Community Development plan is available to review online

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MENIFEE – The city of Menifee following a series of public hearings has developed a future housing development plan to meet California’s Department of...

Report: Housing affordability heading down amid supply squeeze, inflation

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Rising costs and reduced spending power, as well as a steady decline in supply, are bearing on one of the major drivers of the...

Home sales tumble again as mortgage rates surge

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Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes slowed for the third consecutive month in April as mortgage rates surged, driving up borrowing costs for would-be...

Valley Restart Shelter improves quality of life inside and out

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With the installation of new roofing throughout the 18,200-square foot facility in Hemet, Valley Restart Shelter is making yet another move to improve the...

California state auditor releases report on RHNA process

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SACRAMENTO – Michael S. Tilden, the acting California state auditor, issued a critique of the Department of Housing and Community Development and its Regional Housing Needs...

Jobs make comeback in region, but inflation weighing on wages

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The Inland Empire regained the jobs lost during the coronavirus public health lockdowns and ensuing business closures, but wages for most occupations are failing...

Community Housingworks breaks ground on Las Haciendas Apartments affordable housing community

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TEMECULA – In its first project in Riverside County, affordable housing developer Community HousingWorks broke ground recently on its newest community, Las Haciendas Apartments,...

Wildomar to create first comprehensive general plan

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Since 2008 when Wildomar became a city, city officials had to look into Riverside County General Plan zoning maps before they could give approval...

San Jacinto Council approves major Mistletoe Park restroom improvements

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The San Jacinto City Council approved a major improvement to the Mistletoe Park restroom facility, a $10,000 allotment of Community Development Block Grant funds...