Escape Your State’s War on Landlords

Escape Your State’s War on Landlords

Richard D. Gann, JD will discuss the current war being waged against multifamily landlords and how to reinvest in landlord-friendly locations. Specifically, he will address the regulatory, demographic and economic differences between the least and most desirable...
Renters May Have to Keep Renting

Renters May Have to Keep Renting

Renters May Have to Keep Renting The pace of U.S. home prices broke records in April. Using an average of the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index and Federal Housing Finance Agency tracking, the average price of a home surged 15.15% since April...
Net Lease and DSTs

Net Lease and DSTs

Real estate investors seeking a more passive investment experience often consider both net lease structures such as triple net leases as well as Delaware Statutory Trusts (DST). While these two strategies have some things in common, they also have some important...
Understanding DSTs

Understanding DSTs

Delaware Statutory Trust (DSTs) are growing in popularity and becoming a larger segment of the real estate investment market. Do you understand how they work? Join us for our 45 minute on-line presentation, ‘Understanding DSTs’ where you will learn about:...
Understanding Post-Pandemic Apartment Cap Rates

Understanding Post-Pandemic Apartment Cap Rates

Understanding Post-Pandemic Apartment Cap Rates Reporters and analysts often refer to the average “cap rate” or “cap” for a type of property in a given market. For example, they might say, “Class A multifamily in the Denver CBD is trading at a 4-cap”. Translated from...
Gann Spending Limit and California Taxpayer Rebates

Gann Spending Limit and California Taxpayer Rebates

In this short video, viewers will learn how Paul Gann, co-author of Prop. 13, also amended the California Constitution in 1979 to limit the amount that state and local governments could spend. Proposition 4, aka the Gann Spending Limit, requires that excess tax...