Whenever I’m buying, selling, or doing extensive construction on properties, I feel like I’m taking on an extra full-time job.
California passed AB 1482, which enacts rent control across the entire state. Let’s talk about what this bill – as written – would mean for landlords.
In a Reverse Exchange, you will buy your Upleg property first, then “pay yourself back” with the proceeds from the later sale of your Downleg.
I am revisiting my days in commercial real estate appraisal during the late 1990’s and discussing an important real estate concept: that of “Highest and Best Use.”
Over the years, when recommending properties, I have focused my attention on two asset classes: Net Leased Properties and Apartment Properties.
This week, I am going to talk about where real estate appreciation comes from.
We are going to talk about a problem that affects many real estate investors: lower than potential cash flow due to under-utilized equity.
In our last election here in California, Proposition 10 proposed the repeal of the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act – a 1995 law that places limits on municipal rent control ordinances.
This article will review some of the main principals of negotiation and is a good start towards sharpening your own skills.
If you, understandably, don’t want to pay taxes on your gain and lose a large chunk of your principal; a 1031 Exchange is an option.
With Today’s High Prices, Could it be Time to Sell and 1031 Exchange Into a Potentially Better Value out of State? Also – How to Calculate Your Cash on Cash Return
This month, I talk about a product that accounts for a large part of our business – helping clients select the right partial interest properties as part of a tax-deferred 1031 Exchange.