Apartment Construction

Governor Newsom Signs Package to Streamline Housing and Expand Tenant Protections in California

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Governor Newsom signs an extensive housing package consisting of 56 bills to help address California’s decades-in-the-making housing crisis by simplifying and expediting the construction of new housing, protecting tenants, and keeping housing affordable. SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced that he has signed 56 bills into law that incentivize and reduce…

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Unlocking Opportunities: The Benefits of Seller-Carry Financing in Real Estate by Seth R. Watje, President of Starker West, Inc.

In the ever-evolving landscape of real estate, innovative approaches to buying and selling properties have become the cornerstones of successful transactions.  One such approach that has gained significant traction is seller financing.  Gone are the days when conventional bank mortgages were the only route to property ownership.  Seller financing, a method where the seller takes…

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Let’s Bring America to California! By Jon Coupal, President of Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

The increasing rate of people and businesses leaving California is well documented and is slowly being acknowledged by reluctant politicians and legacy media. Arguments from California’s cheerleader-in-chief, Governor Newsom, that everything is fine are growing less credible by the day. For those of us who want to stay in the Golden State – no matter…

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Following California’s Lead, EPA Proposes National Standards to Ramp Up Electric Cars By CalMatters

  Closely mirroring California’s landmark mandate, the Biden administration today proposed new greenhouse gas emission standards that will scale up sales of electric cars and trucks nationwide. If enacted, the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed standards would be among the most stringent and aggressive measures the federal agency has ever taken to slash planet-warming, tailpipe pollution,…

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Rental Property Owners Ordered to Pay Tenant $1,000,000.00!

In a housing discrimination case brought by the Santa Monica City Office that involved a family member with disabilities, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Lisa Sepe-Wiesenfeld has signed a stipulated judgment and injunctions against the two defendant-landlords, The injunction protects future tenants with disabilities from discrimination and harassment. In case No. SC125490, the city alleged…

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