What is asbestos? Why did we use this mineral if it is dangerous for humans to breathe? How do I know if I have it in my home? These are all very valid questions from worry some people that are just learning about a naturally occurring mineral called asbestos. In this article, I will be…Details
Question One: I have a 20 unit building in the City of San Fernando. There was a death in one of the units. I know under California law I must disclose the death to prospective tenants. Do I have to disclose this information to applicants when leasing other units in the complex?
AOA Advisors get calls daily from our members with a variety of problems; some unfortunately after our owners are already in trouble. Please use the below as a guide to easier management, money-saving ideas and to avoid potential legal problems in the New Year. Our goal is your continued success!
It takes more than a keen business sense to lease rental property in a way that maximizes profits, meets all necessary legal requirements and protects you as an owner. If you recently moved from your home and leased it out, or inherited a rental, you’re in one of the largest demographics of real estate investors:…Details
Top 5 Technologies Renters Want – Are You Up-to-Date? By – the Editors of the Rental Housing Journal
A new survey shows the top five technologies that renters want and that, over the last year, residents’ interest in rental technologies has grown by an average of 7 points.
Hello everybody. Most everyone hopes that 2020 will bring about the election of great president, low taxes, world peace, and other important things like that. As the legal writer for the Apartment Owners Association, my hope and 2020 New Year’s Resolution wish for AOA members is more modest, but nonetheless extremely important. In fact, it…Details
Continued from Part 7 . . . The widow’s advantage was that she saw “when” not as a fixed point in the future but as a trend line. “Over time,” she thought, “the line will go up. This investment will compound better than the available alternatives”. While she seldom bought individual companies anymore, sometimes she…Details
One would think that if it’s the job of an Assemblyman to write a bill that impacts an entire state, then it would be done correctly the first time! Apparently, Mr. Chiu, the author of “Tenant Welfare” 1482, has created a lot of confusion throughout the state by writing one thing into law while meaning another in the case of CPI calculation.Details
Qualified Opportunity Zone Funds – A Tax Efficient Investment Vehicle for Those Selling Appreciated Assets By – Steve Haskell, Vice President
What is a Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ)? A QOZs as described under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is a social program with the intent of redeveloping impoverished districts throughout the country by driving private capital to over 8,700 underserved communities and 35M Americans throughout by offering tax incentives to investors. (1)Details