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Dr. Jonathan Kramer, California Real Estate Broker

Yesterday (February 27, 2021), I took and passed the California Department of Real Estate Broker examination. I am now licensed as a real estate broker in this state, and my license (No. 00698460) is now active. Securing this license has been a goal of mine for a number of years, and I have been a . . . → Read More: Dr. Jonathan Kramer, California Real Estate Broker

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Cell Site Landlords: When is an Entry also an Exit?

Electronic direct deposits of monthly or annual cell site rent payments into a landlord’s bank account is a common enough practice.

Direct deposits saves the tenant the payment-related costs of:

printing the check, getting it to and from the signer (if hand signed), putting the check in an envelope, running the envelope through the postage . . . → Read More: Cell Site Landlords: When is an Entry also an Exit?

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California: Senate Bill 378 Proposes Bill to Allow for Fiber in Microtrenchs in the PROW

Our telecom friends have caused a new Senate Bill to be in the hopper in Sacramento. SB 378 would require local governments to permit the use of microtrenching (add that term to your spellcheck dictionary now) for the installation of new fiber optic cables.

A microtrench is defined in the Bill as being “…a narrow . . . → Read More: California: Senate Bill 378 Proposes Bill to Allow for Fiber in Microtrenchs in the PROW