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  • Beware of Constructive Eviction Concerns During COVID

    Beware of Constructive Eviction Concerns During COVID By: Tanner Puryear, Esq. and Keaton Turnipseed, 3L. July 13, 2021 Spurred by remote work, and with interest rates at a 3.1% national average for a 30-year fixed mortgage, the housing market is booming. Nationally the median home price is $370,528, 22.2% higher than the previous year. At […]

    CAR Unveils 2021 Revision to the RPA

    CAR Unveils 2021 Revision to the RPA By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. and Trey Van Dyke, 2L June 22, 2021 The housing market continues to heat up across California this Summer. In some markets, homes are being nearly auctioned-off as double-digit numbers of offers has become the standard. Although the situation is not the same […]

    Understanding Nevada’s Eviction Moratorium

    Understanding Nevada’s Eviction Moratorium By: Alexander J. Hinman, Esq. May 18, 2021 It has been over a year since Nevada’s Governor, Steve Sisolak, put into effect an emergency directive prohibiting all eviction actions in the state of Nevada based on nonpayment of rent. Fourteen months later, the state moratorium is scheduled to be lifted on […]

    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 […]

    What Does the Potential Passage of Prop 19 Mean?

    What Does the Potential Passage of Prop 19 Mean? By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. November 10, 2020 Property tax portability (Statewide Proposition 19) was on the ballot this year. As of today, the measure appears likely to pass with approximately 51.1% of the current vote tally. Proposition 13 (1978) has shaped the way property taxes […]