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  • Historic Bills Change CA Development Laws Part 2

    Historic Bills Change CA Development Laws Part 2 By: Alexandra M. Jack, Esq. and Meghan M. Dunnagan, Esq. October 13, 2021 Continuing our series discussing the recently approved Senate Bills (SB) 9 and 10, this post will provide information on the second Government Code section added by SB 9. If you missed the first blog […]

    California Eviction Moratorium Ended September 30, 2021

    California Eviction Moratorium Ended September 30, 2021 By: Laura E. Ferret, Esq. October 5, 2021 Since the beginning of the pandemic, residential property owners have been restricted in their ability to terminate the leases of their tenants. California’s eviction moratorium first went into place in March of 2020, was extended in September of 2020, extended […]

    Historic Bills Change CA Development Laws Part 1

    Historic Bills Change CA Development Laws Part 1 By: Alexandra M. Jack, Esq. and Meghan M. Dunnagan, Esq. September 28, 2021 While in office, Governor Newsom has signed “16 CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) reform bills to streamline state laws to maximize housing production,” hoping to lower the housing shortage, make homes more affordable, and […]

    California Adopts the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act

    California Adopts the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. September 14, 2021 Oftentimes parties that co-own real estate find themselves in the midst of dispute. More often than not, the parties have no written agreement that govern how to resolve the dispute and what to do with the real estate […]

    Twenty Years Since 9/11

    Twenty Years Since 9/11 By: Carl H. Block, Esq. September 10, 2021 The morning of September 11, 2001, the American people were shocked by the news of a coordinated terrorist attack on American soil that took the lives of almost 3000 people and injured more than 6000, along with destroying the Twin Towers, vast infrastructure […]

    Revival of Contingencies with Supplemental Disclosures

    Revival of Contingencies with Supplemental Disclosures By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. August 31, 2021 The scenario goes like this: Buyer and Seller enter into an RPA related to the purchase of a home. Seller gives Buyer a TDS, Buyer does their inspections and then subsequently waives contingencies. Low a behold a week before closing Seller […]

    A Summer of Change

    A Summer of Change By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. August 17, 2021 It has been a season of change at BPE Law Group. Over the last couple months we have had the pleasure of welcoming new team members to assist BPE Law’s clients on a myriad of issues. We, like many businesses have also had […]

    What is an Appraisal Gap?

    What is an Appraisal Gap? By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. and Trey Van Dyke (2L) August 10, 2021 In competitive housing markets like the one we currently find ourselves in, home prices can quickly soar beyond the value that a home will actually appraise for. This is due to a fundamental difference in the means […]