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Mending Fences: Your Rights and Responsibilities
April 24, 2014

Mending Fences: Your Rights and Responsibilities

  Mending Fences: Your Rights and Responsibilities Having or building a fence on your property may seem like a simple matter. After all, it’s your property, right? Oddly enough, something…

Common 1031 Exchange Myths Dispelled
April 9, 2014

Common 1031 Exchange Myths Dispelled

You may have heard talk about 1031 Exchanges, and how they can potentially save you big money at tax time. That is true, but the rules governing 1031 Exchanges are…

What Is a 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange?
April 2, 2014

What Is a 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange?

A 1031 Exchange is a method of selling one property and then buying another within a specified time frame, while accessing certain tax advantages. While the processes of selling one…

Real Estate Buyers: Research the History of Your New Home
March 11, 2014

Real Estate Buyers: Research the History of Your New Home

When you’re shopping for a new home, you might be concentrating on square footage, condition of the house, or the amenities in your new neighborhood. However, there are other very…

“Green” for Commercial Brokers
March 11, 2014

“Green” for Commercial Brokers

The trend towards “green” building is not longer a fad, it is here to stay. Building green or converting existing commercial buildings to green is quickly becoming a mandate, especially…

Advantages of Legal Representation During Mediation in Real Estate Conflicts
February 26, 2014

Advantages of Legal Representation During Mediation in Real Estate Conflicts

When a problem arises with a real estate contract, mediation is almost always the proper first step. The residential purchase agreement form that is almost exclusively used in California makes…

Double Check Your Real Estate Forms
February 12, 2014

Double Check Your Real Estate Forms

It is common for landlords, especially those who choose not to utilize the services of an attorney, to use standard mass-produced lease forms when leasing property to a tenant. These…

When is it Legal to End a Lease?
January 28, 2014

When is it Legal to End a Lease?

As long as people have been signing leases to rent a homes, they have also been breaking their lease agreements. In some cases breaking a lease warrants a lawsuit by…

What is a Quitclaim Deed?
January 16, 2014

What is a Quitclaim Deed?

In most cases, when you purchase real estate in California you will receive a grant deed (in most states called a warranty deed). Typically, this type of deed offers the…

You and Your HOA: Who is Responsible for Bad Tenants?
December 11, 2013

You and Your HOA: Who is Responsible for Bad Tenants?

If you’re thinking about renting your house or condo, you may be concerned with how your homeowners association might react to various issues that could arise with the tenant. It’s…

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