Published On: February 11th, 2020 / Categories: Section 1031, taxes /

government code sectionsThe California Association of Realtors (“CAR”) is one of the largest professional groups in the United States, numbering over 200,000 members.  As one of the most influential organizations in the field of real estate, it plays a major role in policymaking questions affecting real estate matters and other industry issues  in the Golden State and around the country.  In light of this fact, my blog articles regularly feature news and information that either involves the CAR  or has been generated by it.

In recent months, I have written about a few significant changes in California law affecting real estate going into effect in 2020:  Imposing rent control, promoting residential development, and streamlining the approval process for accessory dwelling units (“ADUs”) at the local government level  have all been featured.  After posting the latter article, however, I realized that many other legislative changes affecting the California real estate industry had occurred that I had not had an opportunity to write about.  Fortunately, however, the CAR had already published a summary of such legislation, and I am now sharing it with you here.

The bullet points below identify several new state laws discussed on the CAR’s website that may be of interest to you:

I invite you to take a closer look at the information on the CAR’s link regarding these new laws, as well as the other resources available on the CAR website.  Even if you’re not a realtor, the CAR is a rich fount of useful information about California real estate matters.

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