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By Nate Bernstein, Attorney at Law LA Real Estate Law Group  If your case or law and motion matter does not settle, you run the risk of having a judge decide the issue before the Court. This is how they do it, but first, a few words about how court chambers function in this warzone…


This article was originally written for tenants, but it shows common mistakes landlords make that tenants can use against them. It’s a good idea to handle these issues with tenants legally to keep yourself out of court and of course to keep peaceful relations with tenants too. Renting a new apartment can be an exciting experience….


By Nate Bernstein, Attorney at Law LA Real Estate Law Group  The “battle zone environment” of the downtown Los Angeles Superior Court is something to witness in person if you have never been there to experience it.  It is not for the faint of heart.   The downtown Los Angeles Superior Court, located in the Stanley…


It has been one busy hurricane season. Hurricane Harvey recently slammed the South Texas coast, flooding cities with trillions of gallons of water and bringing tornadoes with damaging winds in its path. Flooding in metro Houston affected about 6.5 million people, according to a study from RealPage’s data analytics team. Harvey has become one of the most catastrophic storms…


Question: We have been renting a single family house for several years. Our tenants have expressed an interest in purchasing, but we are concerned as to whether we will have to pay a real estate commission to the broker who initially found the tenant for us. The lease has a clause stating that if we…


Posted on Sept 5, 2017 If you are only checking the state of your rental unit when your current tenants move out, you risk letting a problem go unchecked until it could cause thousands of dollars to fix. Responsible landlords and property owners should strive to check the condition of their rentals quarterly. Not only…


The devastation from Hurricane Harvey is far from over, but property owners in Texas and Louisiana are already facing the daunting task of rebuilding. Beyond the human tragedy, the widespread flood damage caused by the storm serves as an important reminder to homeowners in the region—and around the country—about what is covered by insurance and…


Do you know someone who owns a house and doesn’t have homeowners insurance? Most likely, you don’t. That’s because if someone has a mortgage, their lender requires the home is insured. Which makes sense. If the house burns down, the lender’s money goes up in smoke. In the world of renting, renters insurance is just…


Rick Nayar bought his first rental property at the age of 27 – and had 25 by the time he was 30 years old. The owner of Orlando, Florida-based Centurion Realty Group, Artesian Title and Full Circle insurance companies, Nayar saw investment real estate as a good opportunity to build wealth and achieve monthly cash flow. Since…


Posted on Aug 28, 2017 Busy landlords and property owners want shortcuts that will help them manage their rental properties without sacrificing attention to detail. If you’ve been curious about rental property management software, learn what you need to know about choosing and using this utility. What Is Rental Property Management Software? There are many types of software for…

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