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  • Lead Generation Pitfalls

    Lead Generation Pitfalls By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. and Trey Van Dyke (2L) November 16, 2021 According to research from Baylor University, real estate cold calls are answered 28% of the time and out of the total number of people spoken to, 1.7% become appointments or referrals.[1] On the other hand, “you miss 100% of […]
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    When It Rains It Pours – Rain And The Detection Of Hidden Defects

    When It Rains It Pours – Rain And The Detection Of Hidden Defects By: Robert J. Enos, Esq. October 24, 2021 With this weekend’s heavy rain after a prolonged period of drought, many property owners will encounter rainwater penetration into their homes for the very first time. Under California law sellers of residential property of one […]

    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 […]

    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 […]

    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 […]