Legal Q & A by – Dennis Block, Attorney

Question One: I have an old friend from high school who is homeless. I have allowed him to live on my front porch. My house is located inAlhambra. Things have not gone well and he has become a nuisance with constant noise and bathroom issues. I have asked him to leave and when he refused…

Why Your Apartment’s Brand Matters by – MPS Management

The multifamily apartment industry is never boring. Multifamily stats in 2018 are yo-yo-ing on a month-to-month basis but overall numbers and trends are positive for much more product on the market. Industry watchers attribute confidence in the development sector to the healthy state of the economy, with labor shortages leading to modest gains in pay…

Why Many Baby Boomers Consider DST 1031 Exchanges by – Don Meredith

Many savvy investors from the “Baby Boomer” generation own highly-appreciated real estate assets and income properties. However, as they enter retirement, some of these real estate investors would prefer to not deal with day-to-day property management – from maintenance problems, and tenant issues to juggling rent checks and leases. Below you’ll learn why a Delaware…

Something to Think About #73, Part 36 by Klarise Yahya

If you’ve missed some of the basic articles, guidelines on successful investing are in my book “Stairway to Wealth” available at LuLu.com.  Continued from Part 35:  Consumables vs. Assets, Part 2 Businesses: Generally, because of low barriers to entry consumables tend to be price sensitive. Commodities are a type of consumable that competes only on…