Legal Q&A

Legal Q & A by Franco Simone, Esq.

Below are questions asked by rental property owners regarding California property management laws followed by answers.  Q: I have an apartment building in City Heights and my tenant is complaining to me that they have cockroaches. I told them they need to keep the apartment in a clean condition so that they do not continue…

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It’s Here! The FREE “Million Dollar” Trade Show and Landlording Conference!

It’s Here!   The FREE “Million Dollar” Trade Show and Landlording Conference! Thursday, October 27th at the Long Beach Convention Center, Hall C! Mark your calendars for Thursday, October 27th for AOA’s “Million Dollar Trade Show and Landlording Conference” in Long Beach. You will meet just about every contractor and vendor you will ever need……

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IN THE NEWS: More Cities Adopt Rent Control!

California state law that allows rent hikes to rise with inflation and landlords are allowed rent increases up to 10% — as long as those properties aren’t covered by local rent control. That has increased pressure to pass stricter forms of local rent control in some cities.  Below are cities that have recently adopted their own…

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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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