Learn how to navigate the changing Bay Area and national legislation during the COVD-19 pandemic, and where to find resources to help you protect yourself as the investor, to protect your properties, but also to protect your tenants while abiding by the law.
Property managers are tasked with fulfilling the obligations of housing ordinances and tenant safety laws. Discover what’s legally required of a property manager.
Learn more about Oregon’s H.B.2001 bill and how it will affect rent pricing. Why is this an attractive opportunity for entrepreneurial investors?
Learn about how emotional support animals are different from pets specifically in the Reno market. If you don’t know this, it’s important that you understand the difference between animals in rental property homes.
We’re here to help demystify California’s rent control regulations and explain why buying rent controlled properties can actually make a lot of sense.
For at least the past year, the San Leandro City Council has been weighing whether or not landlords should be required to pay tenant relocation costs.
Last month, the Hayward Planning Commission voted 4-0 to endorse new building and zoning codes that would give homeowners more flexibility in building these in-law apartment.
In this final post in a three-part series, we look at how doubling the standard deduction and eliminating the 3.8% surcharge on investment income will affect real estate investors – a group of people who are monitoring the President’s proposal closely.
In Part II of this three-part series, we break down the key components of the tax reform plan released last week by the Trump administration.
In this 3-part guide, we provide a rundown of the proposed changes, as well as a recap of how we believe the changes may affect real estate investors.