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  • Best Practices for Serving Legal Notices
    SFAA Webinar
    Oct 07, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT
    SFAA Webinar
    Not all notices should be served the same way. Some must be served personally. Others can be sent by email. But if you serve a notice incorrectly, the results can be disastrous and costly. If you are involved with property management and serve notices on a regular basis, this class is mandatory!
  • The Community Forum presented by Keller Williams Realty
    Zoom Meeting
    Oct 21, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM PDT
    Zoom Meeting
    The Community Forum is a monthly meeting featuring knowledgeable speakers offering free tips for your real estate needs. For October's meeting, Steve Williams will cover landlord tenant law and moratoriums and David Calderon of Barth Calderon will be covering asset protection.
  • Dealing With Nonpayment of Rent In COVID-19 Era
    SFAA Webinar
    Oct 27, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT
    SFAA Webinar
    It has been over a year since landlords became infected with the COVID-19 pandemic and tenants stopped paying rent. In this class, Attorney Clifford Fried will explain when landlords can start demanding rent and resume evictions.

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AB 832 extends the current COVID-19 eviction protections, which were set to expire on June 30, 2021, for an additional three months until September 30, 2021. AB 832 expands the existing State Rental Assistance Program to provide landlords with 100% of rent owed by qualifying residents. AB 832 was signed into law on June 28, 2021, and took effect immediately as an urgency measure. Click on the links below for a copy of AB 832 in its entirety and a copy of the required notice to serve on your tenants. 

Extension of the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act