California’s Proposition 10 didn’t pass, but San Diego’s Measure G did, election results say. KPBS reports that as of early-morning Wednesday, 61.7 percent of California voters voted “No” on Proposition
From SoCal Real Estate’s November 2018 issue: Opinions on how laws are affecting CRE Understanding cost segregation and increased depreciation deductions By Mark Bridge As property owners and CPAs become
Opinions on how laws are affecting CRE from SoCal Real Estate’s October 2018 issue: Get ready for new accounting rules for commercial-property revenues by Hogiadi Kurniawan The Financial Accounting Standards
Opinions on how laws are affecting CRE from SoCal Real Estate’s September 2018 issue: By Sean Matsler, partner, and Kurt Whitman, associate, Cox, Castle & Nicholson Yes, California Environmental Quality
Opinions on how laws are affecting CRE from SoCal Real Estate’s August 2018 issue By Frederick W. Pierce, IV International students have become an increasingly important segment of in the
The first major tax reform bill enacted since 1986, the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (also known as the “Act”) — effective Jan, 1, 2018 — is comprehensive and far reaching, with many provisions directly and indirectly impacting the commercial real estate industry.