What Are the 3 Most Important Things to Tenants Post-Pandemic? By Justin Becker

Tenants are thinking a little differently now post-pandemic, so what are the 3 most important things to tenants and what things in rentals are they are looking for these days? There is no argument that the best tenants are the ones who pay rent on time, have long-term leases, and respect the properties they occupy. As…

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Are Your Assets Protected from Lawsuits? By Larry Oxenham, Senior Advisor, American Society for Asset Protection

Apartment owners need to consider the possibility of a lawsuit, with the ultimate goal of ensuring your personal and business assets are shielded from seizure to satisfy a judgment. The first step to shielding assets is understanding how lawsuits work. Fortunately, proceedings of a lawsuit can be broken into six simple steps. 1. Injury or…

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What’s Happening with the Current Housing Market By Lloyd Segal

The house-buying craze, [especially in Los Angeles], has lost momentum, in some cases forcing sellers to lower list prices, forget about bidding wars and multiple offers, and in certain scenarios, heaven forbid, cut commissions. Shouldered by the pandemic, the housing market was seeing homes sold at record prices, sometimes tens of thousands of dollars over…

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1031 Exchange FAQs: Popular Questions from Rental Property Owners By Austin Bowlin, CPA – Partner at Real Estate Transition Solutions

If you are thinking about selling your rental property, a tax-deferred 1031 exchange may be a path to consider. The deferral of taxes resulting from the sale of investment property allows for investors to reposition investment real estate to help meet their objectives while preserving all of their equity so it continues to work for…

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