January Chapter Luncheon & Mentoring Session

01/14/2020 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
Sequoyah Country Club
4550 Heafey Rd.
$50 members in advance, $75 NonMembers & At The Door
Terry Shores

Luncheon (12:00-1:30)

Impact of the New Rent Control Law on MultiFamily
With the Tenant Protection Act of 2019 now signed, California become the second state in the nation to pass statewide rent control and just cause for eviction protections.

While rent control and eviction protections are nothing new for landlords in large cities, much of the state has never faced anything like it. Even the cities that have had existing local ordinances in place will be impacted by the new law.

Join us on January 14 as CRE Broker Steve Edrington, CCIM, of Edrington and Associates leads a panel discussion about the new law, and its impact on the multi-family rental housing market. Q&A to follow with a panel of landlord-tenant attorneys.

The panel:

Steve Edrington, CCIM, CPM has over 25 years of experience as a real estate broker, landlord, property manager, and developer. As president of Edrington and Associates, he focuses on multi-family investment properties. He also consults on code enforcement, illegal units, notices of violation, condo conversions, and accessory dwelling units.  Steve is a expert witness for cases involving wrongful eviction, warranty of habitability, standard of care, and damages. He formerly served as a lobbyist and Executive Director for the Rental Housing Association of Northern Alameda County (now East Bay Rental Housing Association).




Clifford Fried has been a real estate lawyer for over 30 years, focusing his practice on leasing law, rent control, and occupancy issues. He has handled hundreds of trials and appeals in his career. Clifford lectures on various real property issues and writes for several local apartment publications. His practice is focused on real estate litigation and the defense of the rights of landlords.





Daniel Wayne is a partner and co-founder of Wolford Wayne LLP. With a focus on tenant’s rights since 2011. He has resolved hundreds of cases and helped his clients recover millions of dollars. He is a volunteer counselor at the San Francisco Tenants Union, writes a monthly column on tenant’s rights issues for the popular San Francisco-based site Broke-Ass Stuart.





Mentoring Session (10:00 am)

How to Recruit Top Talent & Turbocharge Your Brokerage Business

Ed Del Beccaro
Executive Vice President
San Francisco Bay Area Manager

Ed is the San Francisco Bay Manager for the TRI Commercial offices located in Walnut Creek, Oakland and San Francisco. The SF Bay Area brokerage operation is a full-service Leasing, Consulting and Investment Service Company specializing in office, industrial, life sciences, medical, retail, multi-family and investments. In addition to brokerage, TRI plans to grow San Francisco Bay Area property management to complement TRI’s Sacramento enterprise with over 4 million square feet of commercial property under management.

Ed’s career spans 40 years in the real estate industry in the San Francisco Bay area. After starting his career at Grubb & Ellis in 1977, Ed ran his own development company from 1983 – 1992. Ed’s background includes brokerage, property development both residential and commercial, property management, property entitlements and consulting. Since getting back into full-time brokerage, Ed has been the East Bay manager at Colliers, Grubb & Ellis and most recently Transwestern where he built up an office of 40 brokers, property management and staff

Have/Want Marketing Session (11:00 am) 

Have a commercial property that you want to buy, sell or trade? Bring it to the Marketing Session to share with your colleagues. Email a Powerpoint slide or pdf to norcalccim@ccim.net.or upload your information here.

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