Author: Eric Ching

Adult Use of Marijuana Act: What it Means for Landlords

On November 8, 2016, the people of the State of California overwhelmingly passed Proposition 64 or legally known as “The Adult Use of Marijuana Act” (AUMA) with 57.1% in favor. While initially, the implications of this new law may not be known, it is very clear that this new law will have a significant impact on California’s residential landlord-tenant laws.… Read more →

Real Estate Property Taxes in California

Everyone knows about income taxes, sales taxes, and other more common forms of taxes. However, one of the most commonly misunderstood taxes is real estate tax. This article seeks to give an overview of the important California laws affecting real estate taxes. California Proposition 13 The current system of California real estate taxes stems from California Proposition 13, which voters… Read more →