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If you are investing in real estate through a suspended LLC or corporation, this is a bad idea. Imagine that you have identified a fantastic real estate investment opportunity, and you have the purchase of this real estate…Read More
New Real Estate Fraud Charges Against Woman Already Accused of Multi-Million Dollar Scam Targeting Elderly Californians
Real estate ownership and management can be complicated, particularly for elderly Americans. California has several laws in place that specifically protect the elderly in property transactions in order to prevent unscrupulous parties from taking advantage…Read More
Most landlords are familiar with the concept of a “holdover” tenant: When a lease sets a specific term such as 12 months, then the term expires without the parties explicitly renewing or ending the lease,…Read More
A California appellate court governing the city of Berkeley recently issued a decision favorable to developers looking for ways to get outside of the purview of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). As we have…Read More
Regulations can functionally destroy the value of a property. Limiting buildings to a certain size or for certain uses, or denying permits to operate certain types of businesses or build buildings of a particular size…Read More
When you’re rehabilitating an investment property, you have to be careful not to put more money into the renovations than you can expect to make from a subsequent sale. This often means shopping for contractors…Read More
Planning on Flipping a Home in California? Here are 3 Important Legal Issues You Should Understand First
If you’re planning on investing in real estate by purchasing and flipping a home, there are certain legal issues that could throw a wrench into your resale plans. Read on to learn about three of…Read More
As a real estate investor, your goal is to make the biggest possible return on your investment dollar, which may require you to get creative in finding new properties in which to invest. Some investors…Read More
When adding on or renovating a portion of a California home, owners are often required to obtain permits for this type of construction. Obtaining a permit can be a costly and time-consuming process. The process…Read More
One of the most basic facts about a property is the boundary line that separates that property from others. We assume that decades-old title documents or boundary fences are an accurate depiction of property boundaries,…Read More
As a real estate investor, you’re looking for a property that will provide a good return on your investment, but you still want the purchase to constitute a good deal. Sometimes, this involves buying a…Read More
This blog is intended to share the most frequent alternatives that many home owners have to address their mortgage distress. The key to any home owner who has not been making payments on their home…Read More
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