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Sellers: Why Full Disclosure is Critical

Sellers: Why Full Disclosure is Critical

A Seller’s Worst Nightmare Once a seller has closed escrow and possession has been provided to the buyer, the last thing the seller wants to do is revisit the sale….

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Commercial Landlords and the Pandemic

Commercial Landlords and the Pandemic

As the pandemic hit, the government ordered businesses to close. Now, as businesses start to reopen, restrictions are in place. Tenants stopped paying rent under their leases due to the…

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Notarization in a COVID-19 World  and in the State of California

Notarization in a COVID-19 World and in the State of California

Many documents require a notary. Trusts, powers of attorney, loan documents, and deeds are a few examples. But during a global pandemic, how does one safely get documents notarized? This…

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Selling a Home in the Time of COVID

Selling a Home in the Time of COVID

If you think you can’t sell a home right now because of COVID-19, you should reconsider your thinking. Real estate is deemed an essential service. That means that people are…

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SECURE Act Provisions Impact Estate Planning

SECURE Act Provisions Impact Estate Planning

In December of 2019, President Trump signed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act. Aimed at making retirement planning accessible to more Americans, the Act triggered changes…

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How Buyers and Sellers Should Approach Repairs During a Home Sale

How Buyers and Sellers Should Approach Repairs During a Home Sale

Buyer’s Request for Repairs You finally found the home to buy, are in escrow, and have completed your home inspection. The home inspection lists pages of items which may need…

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No Relationship, No Failure to Disclose!
February 4, 2020

No Relationship, No Failure to Disclose!

Many factors are weighed before most buyers decide to proceed with a purchase of real estate. Many buyers, both commercial and residential, will seek information about the property from a…

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What Happens During the Due Diligence Period on a Residential Purchase?
January 18, 2020

What Happens During the Due Diligence Period on a Residential Purchase?

Whether you’re buying or selling real estate, it is exciting to finally have a signed sales contract in your hand. But of course, something can still go wrong in the…

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UPDATE:  The Death of the Independent Contractor
January 7, 2020

UPDATE: The Death of the Independent Contractor

Recently we provided an update on the continuing saga of the controversial new court decision and new California law which aim to significantly restrict which workers can be classified as…

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Can Sellers Ever Back Out of a Real Estate Contract?
December 15, 2019

Can Sellers Ever Back Out of a Real Estate Contract?

Once a real estate contract is signed, it’s uncommon for either party to back out. After all, quite a lot of time and effort have been expended by both parties….

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Do I Need a Real Estate Agent to Purchase or Sell a Property?
December 11, 2019

Do I Need a Real Estate Agent to Purchase or Sell a Property?

The do-it-yourself lifestyle has grown in popularity thanks to the easy availability of information on the Internet. Those who are budget conscious or enjoy a challenge have adopted a pioneering…

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Statewide Rent Cap and Just Cause Eviction Law Takes Effect in January
November 20, 2019

Statewide Rent Cap and Just Cause Eviction Law Takes Effect in January

As widely predicted, California’s rent control law (Assembly Bill 1482, or, the Tenant Protection Act of 2019), was signed into law in September of 2019. Landlords should note these changes…

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