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Get They Floor Did- Floor Refinishing 101

It has been all the rage of recent to bring back those original classic cherry oak hardwood floors of circa 1950’s craftsmanship. However the task of refinishing a hardwood floor […]

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Torrance & Expansive Soils

If you are considering a home purchase in the balanced city of Torrance, CA it would behoove your investment to quickly become antiquated with what is otherwise known as the “Torrance […]

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Trustworthy Information

Over the years our boutique firm has developed countless relationships with living trusts at various stages of estate planning. While serving these clients in the capacity of real estate sales and […]

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Entitlement Process

Let’s just get it out of the way. No, this isn’t a piece about a lost generation of millennials in the workplace. This is a article about the pre-dirt real […]

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Short Sale: Transfer of Servicer

As it is, short sales, among the gambit of real estate transactions, are a bit more challenging than most. They require more patience,  personnel and a depth of emotional counseling […]

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Exclusions from Real Property Reappraisal- Prop 58 and 193

In California, real property is reassessed at market value every time there is a transfer of title (sold or transferred)  or a new certificate of occupancy is issued by the […]

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California “Rent Skimming” Laws

Civil Code 890-894 890.(a) (1) “Rent skimming” means using revenue received from the rental of a parcel of residential real property at any time during the first year period after […]

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Deficiency Judgment After a Foreclosure or Short Sale?

At the forefront of every distressed homeowners mind, when considering a foreclosure or short sale, is to what extent will the lender have the right to pursue legal judgement for […]

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Understanding 2013’s Tax Changes

With all the recent political banter over the election behind us (I “Hope”), it is time to look forward into next year and make provisions for the impending tax change […]

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Tax Relief on Forgiven Debt Set to Expire

According to the IRS , “If you owe a debt to someone else and they cancel or forgive that debt, the canceled amount may be taxable.” For example, you borrow money […]

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