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Your firsttuesday real estate news
Week of February 01, 2021

The spirit of compliance: Career Compass sets itself against CAR and the DRE
Read about The Career Compass’s ongoing battle with the DRE and CAR.

New law to protect low-income tenants from back-rent avalanche
firsttuesday proposes to grant anti-accrual protections to more tenants suffering hardship, much like existing anti-deficiency protections.

Word-of-the-Week: Slander of Title
This week's video covers real estate slander and libel in under two minutes — honest!

DRE Real Estate Bulletin Digest Winter 2020/21
This quarter's DRE Bulletin Digest focuses on the impact of COVID-19 on licensing and enforcement.

Disaster relief: avoiding reassessments
California's 2020 fire season was the largest recorded in modern history, claiming over 10,000 buildings.

Recent Case Decision: McShannock v. JP Morgan Chase Bank
Does a national bank on acquiring a mortgage originated by a federal savings association need to pay interest on an impound account?

California tiered home pricing
Home prices continued to rise in most tiers across Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco during November 2020.

Current market rates
The average 30-year fixed rate mortgage decreased slightly in the week ending January 29, 2021 to 2.73%.

Form udpates  form updates this month
 

— Form 575-2: 15-Day Notice to Pay Rent with rent-related fees, on defaults from September 1st, 2020 through June 30th, 2021

— Form 575-3: 15-Day Notice to Pay Rent without rent-related fees, on defaults from September 1st, 2020 through June 30th, 2021

 

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