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In a last-minute move to stop a ‘tidal wave’ of evictions from hitting California, Governor Gavin Newsom has extended the state's eviction moratorium for another 3 months, until September 30th. Even though an extension of the eviction moratorium may be good for tenants, is it going...

Thanks to a recent report from Apartment List, we know that multifamily rents are on the rise nationwide, especially during April and May, where rents increased by 2.3 percent. This is encouraging news, and a sign that the multifamily market is heading in the right direction...

Are you searching for more information on how the multifamily market is doing in 2021? If so, you’ve come to the right place! The good news is that as of May 2021, the nationwide multifamily market has enjoyed its best month since the beginning of the...

Are you searching for more information on how the Biden Administrations' tax increases will affect multifamily investors? If so, you’ve come to the right place! This is a topic that’s been on the mind of most investors in 2021 as everyone knows that it’s going to...

Spring 2021 is officially here and as the weather warns up across Los Angeles, more investors are going to taking a fresh look at multifamily properties in Los Angeles. If you’re thinking of investing in LA area multifamily properties, or you’re interested in learning more about...

The internet has made it easier than ever before for landlords to market their properties and grow their businesses, but the big question is which tech tools should a landlord use? Technology definitely will make a landlord’s life easier but it’s sometimes difficult for landlords to...

Emotional support animals have been in the news a lot in recent years as it’s not been uncommon to see people with every conceivable emotional support animal from dogs, snakes, and cats, to small horses. The big question is what exactly is an emotional support animal,...

As life slowly begins to get back to normal nationwide thanks to vaccinations, we’re seeing Covid-19 cases decrease in many cities. This is encouraging news for everyone, including landlords, because it means that people are going back to work and are able to pay their...

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