AB1482: Statewide Rent Control and Your Investment

On Jan 1st, 2020, rent increases will be capped throughout CA. What does this mean for homeowners who rent to tenants? Join us to find out!

About this Event

🏘 Starting January 1, 2020, rent increases will be capped throughout California. What does this mean for homeowners who rent to tenants?

Hosted byTim Eng – Compass Realtor  and Ericka McKenna – Real Estate Attorney. Come learn:

🔹 The caps imposed on rent increases

🔹 New restrictions on no-cause evictions

🔹 The impact AB 1482 could have on homeowners

🔹 Tenants and property values

🔹 What should you be doing now to prepare for 2020


📍590 Ygnacio Valley Drive, Walnut Creek, CA 94596

Register For the Event Now:

🗓Thursday, December 12th: 6-8PM

🔻 This seminar will provide you information to help you learn how to best navigate with the new AB1482 Statewide Rent Control Law.

About the Tim Eng Team:

Tim Eng is passionate about real estate investing in addition to being an active residential agent and investor in the SF Bay Area. He works with investors to find the best deals in the Bay Area.

Tim is West Point graduate and military veteran, who combines his combat leadership experience, local expert knowledge of the 680 corridor from San Jose through the Tri-Valley to negotiate and win deals for his clients.

He understands what it means to fight for the American Dream, and as a realtor, that Mission is: “Bringing People Home”.


About Ericka McKenna

Ericka is a partner and business law attorney at McKenna Brink Signorotti Law Firm, whose practice includes:

General Business Counsel (Buy and Sell Agreements; Non-disclosure agreements; Leases; Employment Agreements; Third party contracts; Corporate governance, including Shareholder/Director meetings)

Ericka is a graduate of University of California, Hastings College of Law (J.D. 2008), and was accepted to the California State Bar in 2008. She attended University of California, Berkeley, receiving her B.S. in Business Administration and B.A in German in 2005.


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