Arizona launches program to assist rental property owners; a welcome relief, says Rose Law Group Partner, Transactional Dept. Director Cameron Carter

        By AZRE | AZ Big Media   Applications for Arizona’s Rental Property Owner Preservation Fund, providing assistance to rental property owners across the state who are facing a loss of rental income due to COVID-19, opened today.  Governor Doug Ducey announced $5 million for this Fund last month. All applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the entire amount is awarded.   …

How will Subchapter 5 of the Bankruptcy Code impact landlords? RLG attorney Dan Gauthier provides insight

By John Egan | National Real Estate Investor Recent revisions to the U.S. Bankruptcy Code might open the door to headaches and heartaches for landlords that rent to small businesses. In August 2019, Congress created what’s known as Subchapter 5 of the Bankruptcy Code. Subchapter 5 is designed to streamline the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process for small businesses and slash their …

QC developments forge ahead

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Newquist Commercial Properties.) By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter David Newquist has a new 8.5-acre development sprouting at Queen Creek and Ellsworth Roads in Queen Creek. A Dutch Bros Coffee has opened, A new Whataburger restaurant is under construction an ALDI grocery store is planned there. Newquist also partnered with the town of …

Blackbourn and Coughlin team with HealthyVerify for ‘next level’ health safety at Everest properties

(Disclosure: RLG represents HealthyVerify Certification.) By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter When the COVID-19 pandemic started Joe Blackbourn and Tom Coughlin started following commercial real estate industry best practices for the office parks and properties they own in metro Phoenix. Coughlin said that included following COVID guidelines set out by national groups such as the Urban Land Institute, …

The ICE policy that would expel international students taking online classes is being rolled back; RLG Immigration Chair Darius Amiri Comments

Taylor Borden | Business Insider The Trump administration issued a directive on July 6 saying that international students attending schools operating entirely online may not remain in the US. Schools, according to the policy, were supposed to report their reopening plans by Wednesday. But on Tuesday, the White House rescinded the directive in a hearing for a lawsuit that Harvard and MIT brought …

HomeAid Phoenix Housing Market Outlook, August 14th!

You’re invited to a Zoom discussion on August 14th at 8am, featuring: Jordan Rose, Founder & President, Rose Law Group Brad Schoenberg, Div. President, Taylor Morrison Elliott Pollack, CEO, Elliott D. Pollack & Co. Ali Wolf, Chief Economist, Meyers Research. They will talk latest market intel, evolving dynamics, and near-term outlook for the Valley’s housing market! Register here to reserve your spot! More info …

Virtual Power Lunch: The ups and down of the economy and health

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Home sales are up. Restaurants are challenged. And hospitals and health care workers are stressed. Those are some of the dynamics and landscape as Arizona and metro Phoenix grapple with COVID-19, the rise in cases and all its ramifications. Those were also the centerpieces of Rose Law Group’s New Economy (Virtual) Power Lunch series on …

How COVID is impacting tenant interest in Phoenix apartments; RLG attorney Dan Gauthier comments

By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Tenant traffic at metro Phoenix apartments has steadily improved since the beginning of April, according to a new report from Radix, a Scottsdale-based data research firm that tracks apartment activity nationwide. Research conducted through July 1 shows a narrowing gap in potential tenant visits to apartments compared with traffic during the same time …