Meet the allies of landlords
It seems that lawmakers and regulators got together to protect the rights of tenants, but no concerted effort was made to protect good landlords from bad tenants. That's the domain of Bornstein Law. Whether you find your rental business mired in a lease dispute, encounter problematic tenants, or face a myriad of other issues that impact housing providers, you can rely on proper counsel to manage legal relationships, avoid or resolve conflict, and cauterize risk.
Our top five New Year resolutions for the rental property industry
If you are a landlord, you want to make resolutions that are germane to your business. We've quite literally drawn some suggestions here.
IN DEPTH: OAKLAND
As proud East Bay residents, we have been elated to witness Oakland's growth and emergence as a formidable city in the Bay Area, but in the same breath, we have been alarmed that the needle of progress is moving in the wrong direction with more stringent rent control measures.
Oakland's anti-loitering law brings nuisances into focus »
Oakland's "substantial rehabilitation" exemption put on the chopping block »
Oakland ups the ante on tenant protections »
Oakland continues down a slippery slope »
Numerous media outlets have called upon Daniel Bornstein to chime in on landlord-tenant issues from the perspective of owners. Read some of his takes.
Numerous professional entities have invited Daniel Bornstein to lecture on issues germane to landlords, property managers, and real estate professionals alike, and we often host our own workshops on complex rent control regulations to give rental property owners and real estate practitioners a strategic advantage. View upcoming events and see how they are garnering media attention.