The CAR purchase agreement requires the buyer to actively remove contingencies.
Under the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” of 2017, eligible small business owners are entitled to a deduction of up to 20 percent of qualified business income (QBI).
Boundary disputes with an adjacent neighbor are not uncommon for new buyers or long time property owners. Sometimes buyers encounter an inaccurate deed description and face a neighbor’s unwanted use of their property.
Federal and state law prohibits realtors from agreeing with other realtors to eliminate competition and set standard pricing.
Happy 2019! The CAR forms are standard real estate transaction documents created by the California Association of Realtors.
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The CAR forms are standard real estate transaction documents created by the California Association of Realtors. These forms are constantly updated to reflect current California laws and rules. The Standard Forms Advisory Committee (SFAC) will release three new and eight revised forms next month. Below are a summary of the recently created or modified CAR forms.
When purchasing property that is under the jurisdiction of a homeowners’ association (HOA), buyers should be aware of the following five things.
SB442, codified as Business and Professions Code Section 7195, effective January 1 2018, doubles the safety standards for residential swimming pools. The law requires any new pool or spa, or any remodeling of an existing pool or spa, to include at least two of the seven drowning prevention safety features outlined below. Formerly, the law required only one of seven features.
When landlords decide to sell a residential rental property in California, tenants can sometimes be a bit of a wild card. Most sellers prefer to list properties vacant for a variety of reasons. Tenants have a lot of rights at law and it’s important to understand the local rules when helping to administer the end of a residential tenancy ahead of sale.