Real Estate

3 ways to appeal an HOA decision

Many homeowners in California live in neighborhoods that follow strict precedents set by a Homeowners’ Association (HOA). An HOA works to maintain common areas within a community and enforce rules and regulations in the interest of all homeowners. The association may...

3 things landlords may not know about evictions

Whether you own a building with two dozen one-bedroom apartments or rent out your mother's former home to a family, working as a landlord can be a frustrating job. Regardless of whether it is your primary source of income or just a way to defray the costs of owning a...

3 reasons California landlords can evict their tenants

Landlords and tenants need a basic understanding of California rental laws, or they risk getting taken advantage of or losing money. Landlords have limitations on their rights once they lease the property to tenants, and the lease tenants sign also limits what they...

There are multiple ways to resolve disputes with tenants

Landlords and their tenants don’t always get along, and that can be problematic. If you are a landlord and have a problem with a tenant, you may be frustrated and eager to evict them, because you want to move on and have a tenant who doesn’t cause you problems. At the...

What to know about short sales in California

If you're trying to sell your real estate property but the asking price is too high, a short sale might be an option. Many homeowners are opting for this method due to the fact that it allows them to avoid foreclosure. If you're considering a short sale yourself,...

Costly mistakes made by commercial real estate investors

In the days of COVID-19, the commercial real estate market has been considered an “iffy” investment. However, the current investment environment also means potential opportunities. The commercial real estate market is bound to reemerge. But when? That is difficult to...