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Michael DelaCruz, Michael Randall, and Dennis Battung of Dossier Capital On The Radio Show

Aaron Norris of the Norris Group continues his discussion on accessory dwelling units with Dossier Capital. Joining him are Michael DelaCruz, Dennis Battung and Michael Randall. A little over a year ago, a year from last September, they were very instrumental in helping write an accessory dwelling unit chapter as they rolled out hard money …

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Manufactured Housing and ADUs with John Arendsen #672

Aaron Norris is joined again this week by John Arendsen of Backyard Homes and several other companies to discuss accessory dwelling units. John is a licensed general contractor, manufactured home contractor, a licensed real estate broker and manufactured home dealer. This makes him a quadruple threat. He’s been Aaron’s go to for the last several …

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Less Restrictive ADU Legislation=WIN For Affordable Housing

Today’s News Synopsis: Bill to Reduce Restrictions on Accessory Dwelling Units in California Gains Steam.  The National Association of Realtors reported a 1.5% decrease in pending home sales for the month of April.  Mortgage rates decreased slightly with 30-year rates now at 4.10% and 15-year rates at 3.57%. In The News: Freddie Mac – “Mortgage Rates …

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ADUs, SB 1069, and SB 13 Part 2 With Senator Bob Wieckowski #643

Aaron Norris is joined again this week by Senator Bob Wieckowski, who he interviewed back in November. He’s been a representative since 2014 for the 10th Senate District in California, which stretches from Southern Alameda County into Santa Clara County. Mr. Wieckowski chairs the Environmental Quality Committee and budget Sub-Committee 2 on resources, environmental protection, …

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