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Archive for November, 2018

Why Every Realtor Should Know About DSTs By – Don Meredith

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“Why didn’t my realtor know about this?”  At Tactical Income, Inc., we hear that question often when consulting on Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investments for a 1031 exchange.  We heard this from a client inSan Diego with nine investment properties and serious medical problems who no longer had the time or energy to manage her […]

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Finally Another Landlord Victory By – Sheri Swist

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 Fourth Amendment Rights in the Context of SCEP Inspections Restored to Landlords and Tenants! 

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A Soft-Story Story: What’s Trust Got to Do with It? By – Dee Soffer

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Trust is a fragile gift – one that you must hold on to dearly and handle with the utmost care. We need trust in everything we do. It’s the component in life that when you have it, everything becomes possible.  It is the basis of healthy relationships; first cultivated with ourselves and then with everything […]

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San Diego’s Unique Triumph: Gleanings From a New York Times Best Seller by – TERRY MOORE, CCIM

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Harvard’s Edward Glaeser contends that cities are our species’ greatest invention. His readable volume explains why cities make us richer, smarter, greener, healthier, and happier. His book is Triumph of the City. Several of its major points highlight special strengths of San Diego. First, take a look at some of what the research has revealed. […]

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Something to Think About #74, Part 37 by – Klarise Yahya

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If you’ve missed some of the basic articles, guidelines on successful investing are in my book “Stairway to Wealth” available at LuLu.com. Continued from Part 36: Wrong! Capitalizing “Forecast” Rents

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Important News for Investment Real Estate Owners By – Dwight Kay and the Kay Properties Team

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A 1031 exchange is considered by many to be the most effective tax deferral tool available. Under IRS code section 1031, investment real estate owners are able to defer the capital gain tax on the sale of appreciated investment property if they reinvest in “like-kind” property.  Real estate held for business or investment purposes can […]

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Proposition 10 Goes Down in Flames! By – Jon Coupal, President of Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

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This [month], Californians saw several taxpayer threats on the ballot, not the least of which was Proposition 10, titled “Local Rent Control Initiative.” This measure would have opened the floodgates to big government bureaucracies, burdensome regulations and a loss of property rights.

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Management Tips From MRLANDLORD.COM By Jeff Taylor, “Mr. Landlord”

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10 Ways to Verify Truthfulness of an Application (Before Even Running a Credit Check) 

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Winter’s Coming: Is Your Property Rain-Ready? By – Kevin Stamm

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November brings more than just an increased burden for letter carriers; it’s the start of our rainy season. Is your property ready? From top down, here are some areas to check. Roof Have a flat roof? What happens if its sole roof drain outlet gets clogged? Make sure it’s open and water can escape. Clear […]

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Legal Q & A by Richard Beckman

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Question 1:  I missed the AOA seminar on the upcoming Costa Hawkins/Proposition 10 vote. Can you summarize what I missed? Answer 1: Yes. In a nutshell, the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act law was passed in 1995, and was designed to do three primary things. First, it eliminated what is known as “vacancy control, “which is […]

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