Gimme Shelter Podcast: Housing stories to watch in 2018

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The Gimme Shelter year-end holiday spectacular. First, Matt and Liam submit their nominations for “Avocado of the Year”, that story which most distills the absurdity of CA housing in 2017 (2:00). Then, a quick preview of the GOP tax plan and its possible CA fallout (8:30). Liam and Matt predict the major housing storylines of 2018, starting with new CA legislative leadership (16:00) and the political dominoes falling after San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s death (19:30). Finally, an interview with a native Californian who actually recently bought a house (38:00)!!!

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