Brewer Offord & Pedersen LLP
The Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer, a real estate and lending law firm located in the heart of Silicon Valley, recently produced a free webinar covering important legal issues that California landlords needs to know. Discussing deposits, leases, and habitability considerations, attorney Ashlee D. Adkins and Henry Chuang provided critical information for owners, REALTORS®, and investors alike who are considering residential rental properties as a source of additional investment.
Even with nearly all seniors housing residents having been vaccinated and there being an end to the pandemic in sight, occupancy rates are still at record lows and the industry hasn’t yet bounced back. What does this mean for seniors housing valuations? Will there be a clear turning point in 2021 signaling the industry’s pivot to its pre-pandemic vigor? Or will the rebound be more gradual?
Urban Land Institute
Currently, a substantial amount of real estate assets are located in coastal cities vulnerable to the effects of climate change, from catastrophic events such as hurricanes and flooding, to more gradual changes such as sea level rise or extreme heat. Recent research has shown that the impact of real and perceived risks of climate change are already beginning to be reflected in pricing of residential real estate, and commercial real estate may be next.
Go on a virtual product tour with Mollie Carmichael. Learn about the latest home designs that consumers are clamoring for. Watch this webinar replay to see what innovative and creative products are available to you.