Reasonable Accommodation: Modifications made to existing rules and practices that are necessary for an individual with a disability to have equal opportunity and peaceful enjoyment. Disabled Person: An individual with a sensory, mental or physical condition that restricts one or more important activities (such as walking, seeing, hearing, working, etc.). Assistance Animals: HUD compliance guidelines…Details
Coming Next Month! The FREE “Million Dollar” Trade Show and Landlording Conference and City of Los Angeles “Trashes” Constitution!
The Big Show 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 Tuesday, May 15th at the Long Beach Convention Center in Hall C, 300 East Ocean!Details
Below are some situations encountered by Fair Housing, (Project Sentinel) that will communicate valuable information about the rights and obligations of tenants and landlords.
Hello everybody. Occasionally landlords want to tape record or otherwise electronically record (collectively “record”) conversations they have with their tenants. My column this month will address whether such recordings are legal or illegal under California law. Let’s first start with some True/False questions.Details
Income Property Investment Strategies: Tax Shelters and the Restoration of Classic Properties (Part 3 of 4) – by Terry Moore, CCIM
This column is the third of four part series on building and maintaining legacy wealth, Rehabbing apartments was my first article; repositioning apartments was the second. Now we will consider investing in classic buildings in highly desirable areas. Think the beach or Mission Hills. Legacy wealth enables you and those who will inherit from you…Details
If you’ve missed some of the prior articles, basic guidelines on successful investing are in my book “Stairway to Wealth” available at LuLu.com. Continued from Part 29: So RadioVoice was right in one limited respect: the value of a NNN investment, with no rent increases linked to inflation, may not keep up with the cost…Details
The Costa-Hawkins Fair Housing Act of 1995 is a state law that establishes some requirements for the 15 California cities which have some form of rent control or rent stabilization including West Hollywood, Berkeley, San Francisco, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles and Santa Monica.
Sent to Mayor Dear Mr. Garcetti: I own two rent-controlled properties in District 5 and one in District 2 and am writing to complain about the outrageous rate hike, aka monopoly, that you have forced upon your commercial property owners with the new “let’s recycle” plan. We were already happily recycling with our trash company…Details
Below is a letter was sent to the Mayor and all L.A. City Councilpersons which is one of hundreds that our members have written. Dear City Council Representatives: I am president of CDI Management, Inc, and own a number of apartment buildings in Los Angeles. I also own a number of buildings around the USC campus where I…Details