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  • California Passes AB 80 Clarifying Taxability of PPP Loans

    California Passes AB 80 Clarifying Taxability of PPP Loans By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. May 11, 2021 As we all recall early in the COVID pandemic the CARES Act was passed creating PPP loans for struggling small businesses. Many small businesses jumped at the opportunity to take these forgivable loans to help them weather the […]

    Understanding the Wrap Transaction

    Understanding the Wrap Transaction By: Matthew J. Kirkpatrick, Esq. and Sierra N. Grandbois, Esq. April 27, 2021 When the market heats up and individuals begin to feel priced out of the market, buyers look to get creative in how they can purchase a house. There are lots of ways to complete real estate transactions, various […]

    Cash for Keys and SB-91

    Cash for Keys and SB-91 By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. April 20, 2021 With the real estate market in overdrive and with COVID related eviction restrictions in place, many landlords that want to sell their properties seem stuck. They wonder if there is a solution to sell that property. A couple weeks ago, Laura Ferret, […]

    BPE Achieves Significant Appellate Victory for the Town of Locke!

    BPE Achieves Significant Appellate Victory for the Town of Locke! By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. April 13, 2021 On April 2, 2021 the California State Third District Court of Appeal issued a ruling upholding two previous judgments for attorney’s fees and costs to BPE Law Group’s Client Locke Management Association (LMA). Previously, the trial court […]

    Introducing BPE’s Newest Team Members

    Introducing BPE’s Newest Team Members By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. March 30, 2021 It has been a season of change here at BPE Law. Over the last few months, we officially opened an office in Reno, NV and are now serving clients from that office. If you are needing assistance in Nevada, you can find […]

    Understanding the Trust Exception to Real Estate Disclosures

    Understanding the Trust Exception to Real Estate Disclosures By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. March 9, 2021 The scenario starts off innocently enough: Investor forms a trust and buys rental properties. Maybe they pay cash, maybe they finance, but they take the property at the time of closing in the name of their trust. The investor […]