Warner Center development in Woodland Hills.

Warner Center Development to Revitalize Woodland Hills Area

Plans for a billion-dollar development at the Warner Center site have been approved by the Los Angeles City Council. Construction is set to begin on this 24-acre complex in the west of the San Fernando Valley within two years, which is set to have a vast environmental and economic impact on the area.  With homebuyers […]

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Using these smart tools for real estate investors and REITs, you can get ahead in your real estate ventures

Smart Tools for Real Estate Investors and REITs

Real estate investors and REITs buy, sell, and manage portfolios of valuable properties. So when it comes to streamlining their various workflows, they need top of the line tools that can save them time, money and effort. Peak Commercial understands that you need every advantage possible in the real estate sector — like the following […]

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Exterior view of multifamily residential building

What Owners of Multifamily Residential Buildings Need to Know About COPA

On September 3, the Community Opportunity to Purchase Act — or COPA — became effective in San Francisco. This new law provides qualifying San Francisco nonprofits with the right of first offer and the right of first refusal when apartment buildings of three or more rental units are put on the market. The law also applies to […]

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Cannabis Sweeps Shut Down Unlicensed Marijuana Businesses

With the passage of the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, California became the first state in the country to legalize the use of medical marijuana. Twenty years later, in 2016, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act legalized the recreational use of cannabis. There Are 182 Licensed Cannabis Businesses in Los Angeles By 2018, there were […]

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What is Measure EE and How Will it Affect Me?

According to the Los Angeles Times, in 2016, Los Angeles schools spent $13,230 per pupil. That’s considerably less than the $22,000 that Boston schools spent or the $24,000 that New York City schools spent per pupil. However, the Los Angeles Unified School District — the second largest school district in the country — faces a […]

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Take advantage of opportunity zone

Depending on their tax bracket, investors in California are required to pay anything between one and 13.3 percent in state taxes, as well as 0, 15 or 20 percent in federal taxes on investments that are held longer than a year. And all of that adds up. But here’s the good news: There’s now a […]

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