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New Legislation for Landlords Regarding Bed Bugs
July 25, 2017

New Legislation for Landlords Regarding Bed Bugs

How often is it that bed bugs make the news? Earlier this year, they did exactly that. A man in Maine, frustrated over his previous landlord’s lack of compliance with…

Top Nine Commercial Leasing Mistakes for a Landlord to Avoid
July 15, 2017

Top Nine Commercial Leasing Mistakes for a Landlord to Avoid

A commercial lease is a legal agreement between a landlord and tenant, and like any legal agreement, there are many potential pitfalls. Because of both the increased complexity of commercial…

Can A Buyer Sue a Seller for Non-Disclosure of a Defect?
June 10, 2017

Can A Buyer Sue a Seller for Non-Disclosure of a Defect?

Imagine this scenario: After months of searching, you locate the perfect home for your family. It’s the right size, it’s in the right neighborhood, you love the yard, and the…

When is Real Estate Withholding Required?
March 24, 2017

When is Real Estate Withholding Required?

You sell your home for a tidy profit…. and you’re surprised on closing day when the state of California withholds some of your gain. What just happened? Does California really…

Why Did My Property Taxes Go Up?
March 12, 2017

Why Did My Property Taxes Go Up?

Most homeowners have to juggle not only their mortgage, but also mortgage insurance premiums, homeowner’s insurance premiums, and property taxes. Generally speaking, all of these items might be included in…

Exclusions to Property Tax Reassessments
January 30, 2017

Exclusions to Property Tax Reassessments

  Don’t you just love paying property taxes?  Well, no, no one enjoys that. But we all accept these taxes as a necessary part of living in our beautiful communities….

Short-Stay Rentals Might Carry Legal Consequences
November 14, 2016

Short-Stay Rentals Might Carry Legal Consequences

It is often said that the Internet changed everything about how we live, work, travel, do business, and more. And once again, we’re seeing that idea played out in the…

New Bill Might Impact Commercial Property Owners
October 13, 2016

New Bill Might Impact Commercial Property Owners

In the past, California landlords and business owners have faced a high risk of being sued for accessibility violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Even though California is…

Real Estate Damages Clauses in Commercial Leases Might Not Hold Up in Court
September 26, 2016

Real Estate Damages Clauses in Commercial Leases Might Not Hold Up in Court

Sometimes, even when both parties agree to the terms of a commercial lease, they can find themselves surprised later when a dispute goes to court. This is certainly the case…

3 Things for Landlords to Include (among many others!) in Every Commercial Lease
September 21, 2016

3 Things for Landlords to Include (among many others!) in Every Commercial Lease

As if commercial writing and negotiating a commercial lease weren’t hard enough already, landlords sometimes have to face situations in which a tenant defaults on the lease agreement. Loss of…

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