California’s real estate trade association projects that 2010 will mark a “new normal” for the state’s residential real estate market.

“This 'new normal’ likely will feature a steady stream of sales driven by distressed properties in the low end of the market, coupled with moderate home-price appreciation,” California Association of Realtors president James Liptak said in a news release Wednesday announcing the organization’s annual forecast.

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