Monthly Archives: January 2019

Security Deposits

Unlike residential security deposits, commercial deposits held to secure a rental agreement can be negotiated between the parties. The laws governing residential property and the handling of security deposits are long and tedious. Commercial tenancies however are much more negotiable in that the parties may mutually agree on any amount to be designated as security. Security Deposit: California Civil Code Section 1950.7 establishes that a commercial landlord may use a security deposit to remedy monetary defaults, to repair damages to the premises caused by a tenant, and to clean the […]

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Why Use Bushore Real Estate

We are a father and son California nonprofit and church Real Estate team with offices in northern and southern California. We specialize in nearly all matters concerning Church Real Estate, including religious, nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations. Over decades of carving out a name for ourselves among church groups, we found a niche with locating and/or uniting church property buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants. Along the way, our skills have been fine-tuned covering all aspects of forming, maintaining, merging and dissolving nonprofit organizations and the establishment of federal and state tax-exempt […]

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