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5 ways to modernize your CRE brokerage.

These are some processes that Capital Rivers have adapted and will continue to stay-to-date to stay ahead in business automation with the help of Jon Crosby. Jon Crosby who is a business and technology consultant for Launch Consulting in Roseville, California. Crosby leverages his 20+ years in technology to help real estate investors and other businesses streamline their operations through technology integration and automations.

Sacramento, California state capitol government building Prop 15

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Part 2: Will Swaim, Prop 15 Impact Assessment.

In this four part podcast series, Capital Rivers Commercial explores and dissects Proposition 15.

Listen to California public policy expert Will Swaim, President of the California Public Policy Center, provide perspective on what’s really behind Proposition 15.

Swaim and Capital Rivers’ own General Counsel, Scott Toussaint, are interviewed about Prop 15 by Brian Bushlach of the Sacramento Business Journal.

Sacramento, California state capitol government building Prop 15

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Part 1: Larry Stone, Prop 15 Impact Assessment

In this four part podcast series, Capital Rivers Commercial explores and dissects Proposition 15.

Some insights from Stone and Toussaint to help everyone understand what this Proposition means.
“All commercial and industrial properties must be reassessed to market value every three years” – Larry Stone.

Listen to longtime Santa Clara County Assessor Larry Stone provide his perspective on Proposition 15. Stone, alongside Capital Rivers’ own in-house expert, General Counsel Scott Toussaint, is interviewed by Brian Bushlach of the Sacramento Business Journal.

Image: A view of downtown Sacramento. Learn more about the California split tax roll.

Goodbye Prop 13? A Guide To California’s Split Tax Roll: Part 2

This lengthy analysis by Capital Rivers Commercial of the “split roll” measure, a California initiative constitutional amendment appearing on the November 2020 statewide ballot, is presented as a 3-part series. In Part 1, we presented the issue and exactly where we are today. Here, in Part 2, we examine the proposed measure in detail. Part 3 will discuss what the new taxation system would mean for the CRE industry and beyond.

Goodbye Prop 13? A Guide To California’s Split Tax Roll: Part 1

This lengthy analysis by Capital Rivers Commercial1 of the “split roll” measure, a California initiative constitutional amendment appearing on the November 2020 statewide ballot, is presented as a 3-part series. Here, in Part 1, we present the issue and exactly where we are today. Part 2 will examine the proposed measure in detail. Part 3 will discuss what the new taxation system would mean for the CRE industry and beyond.

Image: a restaurant employee wearing a mask as he takes an order. Learn how you can pivot your restaurant in the wake of Coronavirus.

Series: How To Pivot Your Restaurant After Coronavirus

Restaurant owners everywhere have had to get incredibly creative to respond to the Coronavirus crisis which has only accelerated certain trends. As restaurants are shifting away from the more traditional model operators must continue to be nimble and innovate. At Capital Rivers we understand the importance of the “Intelligent Restaurant” and have created some tips to help.