Long Beach Trade Show and Educational Conference a Big Success and Eviction Reform: ‘Just Cause Eviction’ Bad for Landlords, Worse for Tenants

Trade Show a Huge Success! Our “Million Dollar” Trade Show and Landlording Conference last month was a huge success!  You should have been there! Our members were more educated, motivated and stimulated by some very knowledgeable speakers who helped give them that one idea that will help them make and keep more money than ever!…

Legal Q & A by – Dennis Block

Question One: I have a tenant who vacated a house I own in Long Beach. The rent has been kept very low. The rent is currently $1,200 per month. The home will need about $3,000 in repairs and painting to have it ready for the next resident. My research indicates that the rental value of…

New Tax Proposals are Unnecessary and Hurt the Middle-Class By – Jon Coupal, President of Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

No one disputes that California has a big budget surplus. According to the Office of the Legislative Analyst,California has budget reserves in excess of $18 billion. Our budget reserves exceed the entire state budget of eighteen other states. One would think that the funds available for discretionary spending would chill any appetite for higher taxes.…

DID YOU KNOW? – By Dennis Block

Accepting Rent If you serve a Notice to Quit on your tenant, you cannot accept rent past the expiration of that notice. Acceptance of the rent would invalidate your termination notice. If the tenant tenders you the full rental amount, you cannot accept it and then tender back that portion which extends beyond the expiration…