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What to Know Before Investing in Real Estate
What to Know Before Investing in Real Estate

Learn the Basics of Real Estate Investing Before Buying Your First Property Though some people have made quick riches from real estate without much knowledge about investing, others do their homework before committing their finances to the undertaking. Real estate can be profitable when people have the knowledge to make wise investments. Evaluating Whether to Buy Properties Consider the time it takes to find the right property in which to invest. Then, learn evaluation techniques to determine the suitability of properties for your investment portfolio. Typically, prospective investors visit the properties, research neighborhoods and pay close attention to the data provided in... Read more

In Last-Minute Vote, LA County Leaders Approve...

  With just one week left until pandemic-era eviction rules were set to expire, the L.A. County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to extend COVID-19 renter...

White House using one-size-fits-all plan to...

Read the full White House Press Release Here. The White House announced Wednesday it is taking strategic steps to protect renters, including setting up limits on...

LA City Council Votes To Expand Tenant Rights As...

  The L.A. City Council voted Friday to vastly expand tenant rights by approving a package of new protections meant to keep renters housed after pandemic-era...

LA County Extends Pandemic Eviction Protections...

L.A. County will extend its eviction protections for tenants affected by the COVID-19 pandemic by one month, following a vote Tuesday by the County’s Board of...

More California Cities Are Outlawing Harassment...
More California Cities Are Outlawing Harassment...

When Araceli Guerra moved into her small, two-bedroom apartment in Concord three years ago, it wasn’t in the best shape. There were cockroaches and mice. Some of the kitchen cabinets were missing doors. Still, Guerra was having trouble finding somewhere she could afford and was running out of time on her lease. “We were almost homeless,” she said in Spanish. “And the landlord didn’t ask for a security deposit or anything like that.” So, she and her five children moved in. The landlord would periodically bring someone to fumigate the building, but it didn’t seem to matter. “The cockroaches, the mice,” she said, “they never go.” Then, about three months ago, Guerra... Read more

After a Year of Rapid Rental Hikes, Support for...

Voters in the midterms in a handful of states enacted new rent stabilization measures. What does that mean for multifamily investors? Voters created new rent controls...

The Fight Against Evictions Moves to the Courts

With rents at all-time highs and few pandemic protections in place, US housing officials are looking to judges to slow the rise in evictions. The US affordable...

Landlords bitten by program intended to feed them

Aid has run dry, but nonpaying tenants remain shielded from eviction. When New York’s rent relief program launched early last summer, landlords saw a light at the...

Federal appeals court puts landlords on hook for...

Must provide equivalent of one month’s rent Landlords in California who legally evict a renter must now pay one month of the tenant’s rent to reduce the costs of...