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County’s Lead Paint Lawsuit Could Mean Hell For Valley Apartment Owners By Maryann Marino, Southern California Regional Director, California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse A recent report issued by the American Tort Reform Foundation shows just how unfair it can be to get business done in Los Angeles County and all across the state. The report…


By: Stephen C. Duringer, Esq. The Duringer Law Group, PLC QUESTION What new laws should owners and managers of rental property be aware of for 2016? ANSWER The folks in Sacramento were quite busy last year, introducing over 2,770 assembly and senate bills for consideration, including over 160 that were intended to impact the ownership…


1031 EXCHANGE FOR SECOND HOME By: William L. Exeter President/CEO of Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC. Q: I bought a condo with my parents 20 years ago. We hold title as joint tenant with right of survivorship. The mortgage loan is on me and my parents and we both pay the mortgage. My parents rented…


Staying Motivated and Goal-Oriented for the New Year By: Brian Gordon & Vincent M. Medina Owners of Lotus Property Services Let’s face it. Property management is not the most enthralling profession in the world. Before I entered this field, I cannot remember a time when I naively glamorized that property management would entail sitting back…


Property Taxes and Legacy Planning By: D. Michael Trainotti I have previously written about how property tax increases are a major concern for families and business owners who want their commercial or rental properties to be transferred or passed on to their heirs. This is also true for the family residence. I will discuss some…


By: Christopher Miller, MBA Specialized Wealth Management When some real estate investors sell investment property, they are told that the capital gains tax rate is “only 15%.” The following year, during tax time, these investors get a rude awakening in the form of a huge unexpected tax bill. They find out that this “only 15%”…


Cashing In On Record High Prices! Apartment sales prices in 2015 hit record highs in many areas throughout L.A. and Orange County. As real estate brokers, we had a great year in 2015, assisting our clients with getting their properties sold for handsome profits and setting local market pricing trends. By understanding the market trends…


Finding housing in San Francisco is tough enough for ordinary citizens. By: Brian Jarvis For veterans, many of whom have struggled to re-adjust to civilian life since leaving the military and suffered through bouts of homelessness, it can be even tougher. Swords to Plowshares, a leading Bay Area veteran service organization (VSO), however, has made…


National Apartment Rent Growth at 39-Month High By: Axiometrics The national apartment market continued its unprecedented strength in September 2015, achieving 5.2% annual effective rent growth, the highest since July 2011 (5.3%) and the eighth straight month the rate has been 5.0% or higher. September’s rate was a 6-basis-point (bps) increase over August’s 5.1% and…


Standards For Serious R.E. Investors By: Neil Fjellestad and Chris De Marco FBS Property Management Real Estate as an investment remains a mystery to many. There are Raving Fans that believe or would like you to believe that real estate is a sure bet. There are also Rash Critics that see nothing but risk and…

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