Posts Tagged ‘CalBRE’

Team Names

The California Real Estate Legal Alliance (“CRELA”) recently posted the attached article entitled, “Summary of BRE regulations regarding Team Names and Fictitious Business Names.”

California Bureau of Real Estate New Publication

The California Bureau of Real Estate (“CalBRE”) recently released two (2) new publications including a consumer’s guide on buying in a California residential subdivision and a guide for real estate professionals pertaining to residential subdivisions. Both can be downloaded at no cost from CalBRE’s website.

Alert – Be Cautious in Undertaking Property Management Responsibilities

Rentals are becoming a larger part of the residential real estate market. As a result, many agents are moving into managing property. Although it seems like a natural fit for residential real estate agents, it may be much more complicated then it initially appears. Agents interested in undertaking property management services are encouraged to educate […]

Court Held that Revocation of a Real Estate License Was Not Authorized Where the Salesperson’s Conviction Was Dismissed

In Ryan-Lanigan v. Bureau of Real Estate, a California appellate court held that a revocation of a real estate license was not statutorily authorized where the salesperson’s misdemeanor hit and run conviction was dismissed. In Ryan-Lanigan, a salesperson was charged with a misdemeanor hit and run with property damage. She pleaded no contest and was […]

ALERT – CalBRE Issues regarding Fraudulent Rentals

The California Bureau of Real Estate (“CalBRE”) recently issued an alert to agents and consumers warning against further fraud relating to rentals. The CalBRE has issued an alert to agents and consumers relating to fraudulent rentals. Con artists are marketing properties, particularly vacant properties and properties that are listed for rentals as their own listings. […]