Airbnb and the Coronavirus by Dale Alberstone, Esq.

Hello everybody.  This month let’s discuss AIRBNBs and how they may relate to the coronavirus (“CV”).   Some 40 years ago, cities in California began passing rent control ordinances regulating rents in older apartment buildings, but they exempted all new construction (so that contractors would not be deterred from building new multifamily housing units).   Last year,…

Beware of Indoctrination in the Split Roll Fight by Jon Coupal, President of Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

It’s no secret that public sector labor organizations hate Proposition 13 because it remains one of the few barriers to their unfettered access to our wallets and pocketbooks. Whether in the courts, legislature, initiative measures or “public education” campaigns, their relentless resistance to that landmark initiative has continued unabated for over forty years. Much to…

Why I Moved to Florida by Bruce Norris

Over 400 people attended our “Turmoil” seminar in Riverside on February 1st. We looked at all the California charts. Most are extremely positive.  California has high affordability which should leave plenty of price movement on the upside. It has the lowest ratios of foreclosures to sales ever which should drive price increases. It also has…

Thermal Solar for Pools and Hot Water Rebates! by Ted Bavin

The California Solar Initiative (CSI) Thermal Rebate Program was developed by the State of California as an incentive to help offset global warming gasses related to heating water and pool systems.  Natural gas (methane) is known to be a major climate change component as it is roughly 30 times more potent than CO2 and is…