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California’s Eviction Moratorium Is Ending, Now What?

California’s Eviction Moratorium Is Ending, Now What?

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it should go without saying that California has taken a stark “pro-tenant” approach in implementing a number of protective measures narrowing the reasons why a California landlord could begin an eviction ‘for cause’ or terminate a...

Mortgage Interest Rates & The Federal Reserve

Mortgage Interest Rates & The Federal Reserve

For the Real Estate transaction attorneys in the firm, we receive a fair number of inquiries about mortgage rates; particularly when the Federal Reserve is about to make a change – up, down or sideways. But the prevailing question we receive, which is likely due to...

CA Senate Bill 9 & 10 – The End Of California Suburbs

CA Senate Bill 9 & 10 – The End Of California Suburbs

For many years, the perceived barrier to entry for aspiring homeowners in California was that there simply were not enough homes being built and the law of supply and demand has kept these prospective – or hopeful – buyers sidelined. Politicians on both sides of the...

Benefits Of Hiring An Attorney For Buying & Selling A Home

Benefits Of Hiring An Attorney For Buying & Selling A Home

When buying or selling a home, you need to hire a real estate attorney. Because you want to make sure the transaction goes smoothly and error-free. A real estate transaction is a huge deal. You can get screwed and in a bad situation fairly easily on either side of the...

What Can A Real Estate Attorney Do For Me?

What Can A Real Estate Attorney Do For Me?

If you're looking to hire a real estate attorney you may be wondering, what exactly can they do for me? In this article we will break down the main ways that a real estate attorney may save you a ton of headaches, just doing the...

Landlords Call On Gov. Newsom To Offer Rent Financial Assistance

Landlords Call On Gov. Newsom To Offer Rent Financial Assistance

Everyone is hurting financially at the moment due to the COVID-19 crisis. That goes for anyone who has lost their job, had their hours cut, is currently sick or taking care of someone who is sick. This includes landlords and tenants alike. Tenants in California have...

Information Regarding A Failure To Disclose

Information Regarding A Failure To Disclose

Have you ever purchased a house and years later discovered defects with the property? This could be a potential failure to disclose by the seller. A seller has a duty to disclose material defects regarding the subject property to the buyer. Typically, there is a...