June 2020

Found 3 blog entries for June 2020.

For the last two years, Los Angeles County has been tightening regulations for Airbnb and other short term rental (STR) hosts. But despite implementing stricter rules on what kind of properties could be put on these sites, Los Angeles still had the most Airbnb units in the country at the end of 2019.  

Once the pandemic began this year and travel bans were enacted, the short term rental industry came to a screeching halt. Here we are about five months later, and people are looking to go on vacation again, meaning STR reservations are picking back up. However, it might not be business as usual for some Los Angeles hosts, as Airbnb announced this week that there will be a new compliance system in place to help enforce LA home sharing laws. 

Airbnb

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Were you about to put your house on the market just before the pandemic began? Like so many other expectations people had for 2020, coronavirus surely threw a wrench into those plans. 

These crazy few months have also made people rethink how they're living their lives. Maybe you're realizing that in these uncertain times you want to leave the city and move closer to your extended family so you and your kids can see them more regularly. It's at least a common thought many are having considering online home listing views have shown that there's a renewed interest in migrating to the suburbs.

No matter your reason for wanting to sell, you've probably held off because you're afraid that you won't be able to make a return on your investment. During

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As states begin the slow process of reopening, there remains plenty of uncertainty about how to approach the process of buying and selling homes. 

After all, the coronavirus has impacted every industry in the U.S., and that includes the real estate industry. This is why many homebuyers have wondered whether it’s even possible to still close on a house during the coronavirus pandemic.  

The good news is that you absolutely can—you just need to be a bit more flexible and prepared than perhaps you would be during normal times. 

Here’s what you need to know.

You’ll want to get a coronavirus addendum in your contract

One of the most critical home buyer precautions to take if you’re closing on a house during the pandemic is the need to

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