Category Archives: rents

Yisroel Pensack: Southern California Attorney Submits Ballot Measure to Overhaul State’s Tax System

A Chula Vista attorney has submitted a proposal to the California Attorney General’s office for a constitutional amendment that would overhaul the state’s tax system via the voter initiative and referendum process. Frank D. Walker, 58, the amendment’s author and … Continue reading

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Commercial Property Loans Next?

From the New York Times: As the value of home mortgages crumbles by the day, Wall Street has hoped that commercial real estate loans would stay clear of the storm. For Wall Street banks, which hold about $100 billion of … Continue reading

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The Case For Renting

From Dale Mayer’s The Home Mortgage Book: * Renting allows you more geographic flexibility. A rental lease is shorter and more finite than a mortgage. * When you rent, you usually don’t have to worry about maintenance. * You don’t … Continue reading

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