Supreme Court Rules Government Cannot Use the Permit Process to Coerce Property Owners! By Pacific Legal Foundation

In April, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that legislatures cannot use the permit process to coerce owners into paying exorbitant development fees. The ruling, a major victory for property rights, will remove costly barriers to development, thereby helping to combat the housing crisis.   Specifically, the Court held 9-0 that such fees, otherwise known as “legislative…

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We’re Finally Getting Our Day in Court in the Lawsuit Against the Vacancy Tax By Brian Wallace, SPOSF/SPOSFI President

Mark your calendar for this important court hearing, as it demonstrates our commitment to fight for the rights of San Francisco’s small property owners. We encourage you to attend, even though there will be no opportunity for public comments.   WHERE: San Francisco Superior Court                   400 McAllister Street (at Polk), Dept. 501 WHEN:    Friday,…

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The 721 Exchange UPREIT Exit Strategy for Delaware Statutory Trust Investors Explained By Dwight Kay, Founder and CEO of Kay Properties and Investments

One of the most important questions Delaware Statutory Trust real estate investors need to ask themselves is, “What is my long-term, exit strategy? Most Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investments are typically held for approximately five to ten years (although it could be shorter or longer). After that, the DST investment will typically go “Full-Cycle”, a…

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ATTENTION CLAREMONT Housing Providers – Don’t Miss Out on the MONEY Available to YOU for Improvements/Upgrades on Your Units!

The city has set aside a current total of $1,680,000.00 for housing-related expenses. This program includes providing financial assistance to housing providers with 20 or less units in Claremont who may wish to make improvements/upgrades to their property, as well as rent subsidies for low-income renters. The first phase of the program has disbursed approximately…

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Coming Next Month! The FREE “Million Dollar” Trade Show and Education Conference and 15 Reasons You Should VOTE NO on the “Justice for Renters Act”

You’ll want to remember to mark your calendars for the big “Million Dollar Trade Show and Landlording Conference” next month.  The big show will be held on Thursday, August 22nd at the Long Beach Convention Center in Hall C. You’ll meet vendors galore with new products and services; you can attend FREE landlording seminars and…

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