What impact will bankruptcies have on eviction proceedings? 

We’ve all heard the apocalyptic predictions of an eviction tsunami, but as the economic battering from the pandemic continues for many people, coupled with a mountain of back rent and other debts becoming due, will there be a tsunami of bankruptcy filings? 

In our latest article, we provide a 360-degree view and, alongside San Francisco bankruptcy attorney Mark J. Romeo, give landlords some actionable insights on what to do when it comes time for renters to face the music. 

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Lessons to be gleaned from Florida’s tragic condo collapse

Although the Bay Area is no stranger to calamities, there is a consensus that since newer buildings are designed to withstand earthquakes and should not free-fall, yet all rental housing providers should heed some takeaways that we outline here.

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July 31, 2021 is fast approaching. By this date, landlords must send an informational notice about changes in the law to all residents, who, as of July 1, 2021, owe one or more rental payments that were due on or after March 1, 2020.


Join us on Tues. July 27th for a barnburner discussion on the extension of tenant protections and the new landlording rules of AB 832.

Thanks to our many clients, colleagues, industry partners, and other friends for signing up for our next online meetup, now only days away. If you haven’t already decided to join the webinar, we invite you to come on board for an hour-long soliloquy about landlording on the other side of the pandemic.

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