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Investors Entitled to Federal Preferential Tax Treatment Available on Certain Oxnard Land

Investors Entitled to Federal Preferential Tax Treatment Available on Certain Oxnard Land

Oxnard, California – Investors may be eligible for additional federal tax benefits if they invest in certain properties within the City of Oxnard. Three communities in Oxnard have recently been designated Qualified Opportunity Zones under the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  They include: Rose Park, located within the boundaries of 101 Freeway (North); Oxnard City […]

Lloyd Properties donates 860 acres to local land trust

Lloyd Properties donates 860 acres to local land trust

Threat to Property Owners — Immediate Action Requested!

Threat to Property Owners —  Immediate Action Requested!

THE THREAT TO PROPERTY OWNERS: Senate Bill 1298 (SB 1298) (State Senator Bob Hertzberg, D—Los Angeles) seeks to undermine Proposition 218’s requirement that stormwater assessments must be approved by property owners via a mailed ballot election.  Hertzberg’s legislation would make it easier to raise your property taxes. ACTION REQUEST: Contact State Senator Bob Hertzberg (the author of SB […]

California Approves Use of Transfer Upon Death Deed

California Approves Use of Transfer Upon Death Deed

In California, where property values are high, the cost to probate an estate for the transfer of a home is costly. As such, savvy homeowners take action to avoid such costs via trusts or via property ownership which includes a right of survivorship. Thanks to the Assembly Bill 139, which becomes effective on January 1, […]

SOAR Signature Gathering Kicks Off!

SOAR Signature Gathering Kicks Off!

Brown under fire for property dealings

Brown under fire for property dealings

Abolish the Second Amendment: We Don’t Need It–Part 2

Abolish the Second Amendment: We Don’t Need It–Part 2

[Despite his critics, order Servando still thinks that the Second Amendment must be abolished. You will find his first article on the subject HERE] In his famous 1929 painting The Treachery of Images, Belgian Surrealist painter Rene Magritte depicted a very realistic pipe, but added the paradoxical caption, “This is not a pipe.” Magritte’s point […]

Abolish the Second Amendment: We don’t need it

Abolish the Second Amendment: We don’t need it

By Servando Gonzalez The right of the people to keep and arm bears shall not be infringed. —Bumper sticker in New Mexico. I think that the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution should be abolished, particularly the part that says, “The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” Why […]

Simi Valley Police arrest suspect in string of residential burglaries

Simi Valley Police arrest suspect in string of residential burglaries

Six important tax tips for homeowners

Six important tax tips for homeowners

UPDATE; Please keep in mind that the tips apply to federal income tax returns and not all apply to State of California returns By Jeff Reeves For tax year 2013, the standard deduction is $6,100 for single Americans and $12,200 for those married and filing jointly. That means unless you can claim more than those […]

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