This presentation is an overview of the expansive Statewide changes to Landlord-Tenant law and the implementation of statewide rent control as well as how to use ADU’s to generate income and add value. In response to changing laws, individual counties and cities are reviewing their regulations and rewriting local rules. The speakers will explain what every fiduciary needs to know to comply with the new laws and how these regulations impact both the management and sale of income producing properties. This entertaining presentation uses case studies to illustrate common scenarios, giving you the tools needed to manage issues like how to properly give notice, evict family members, remove squatters, manage non-paying tenants, arrange for a sheriff’s lockout, and show property when the tenants do not want to cooperate. This presentation is necessary for anyone managing non-owner-occupied real property including single family and multi-family.
What a Fiduciary Should Know About New Rental Laws & How To Use ADU’s To Add Value & Generate Income
Raymond Zakari, Esq.
Mr. Zakari takes pride in his quality of work and treats all his clients, from single dwelling landlord to multi-unit property management companies, with the respect they deserve. He has represented indigent tenants as well as high profile celebrities in landlord tenant disputes. Mr. Zakari’s expertise has been sough in landlord tenant cases throughout the State. He has also argued cases at all appellate levels including the California Supreme Court.
Mr. Zakari is fluent in Spanish, German, and Armenian. When he is not spending time with his wife and child, he enjoys being a licensed Ham Radio Operator, (KI6DAM) and he is an active volunteer with the Beverly Hills Police Department’s Disaster Communication Services (DCS).
Nancy is a seasoned professional in the sale of real property, specializing in transactions that are part of an Estate, Trust, or Probate. She is the Director of Trust & Probate for the firm of DPP. As a licensed Broker, she services the greater LA area. She has also sold properties in Riverside and Orange counties as part of multi-property Probate and Trusts. She has been licensed since 1991, first in New York, where she held a broker’s license. She has handled hundreds of sales involving all types of residential and multi-family sales. She is an Affiliate PFAC member and works regularly with attorneys &fiduciaries on cases that frequently involve family law issues and litigated Trust matters. Ms. Valentine is fluent in German. She lived in Europe for 11 years.