The real estate market in the San Francisco Bay Area is experiencing a pricing squeeze — limited supply of inventory and ever-growing demand has increased prices, despite the fact that the volume of transactions is decreasing. This unique mix of micro-economic conditions, coupled with rising national interest rates, sets the stage for an interesting summer season for real estate in California.
Investors, homeowners, agents, landlords, and brokers alike must be ready to adapt to changing conditions at all levels, in order to stay competitive and to advance their interests. This month, our firm goes “all in at all levels” to help the real estate community gear up for the upcoming busy season. From a webinar about the basics of landlord & tenant law in California, to a recent jury trial victory at the county level, to attorneys networking at the state level on behalf of private money lenders, our growing law firm is all in for our community!
Highlights in this month’s issue:
—Register for the second installment in our California Landlord Basics webinar series, covering pests, mold, and lease termination
—Read about a recent jury trial victory for attorneys Charlie Bronitsky and Ashlee D. Adkins
—Learn about the latest court ruling on real estate commissions by reading Julia M. Wei’s blog article
—Hear the podcast of Simon Offord’s appearance on the Brian Copeland radio show
—Meet our newest employee, Marisa Chavez-Columbus
—Catch up on updates from the firm, including speaking engagements, conferences, victories, and more!
We hope you enjoy reading the April edition of our newsletter!