Prop 15: Understanding Its Implications with Stone and Toussaint
Capital Rivers offers valuable insights through the perspectives of Larry Stone and Scott Toussaint. Larry Stone, the Santa Clara County Assessor, sheds light on the implications of Prop 15, stating, “All commercial and industrial properties must be reassessed to market value every three years.”
In-Depth Analysis with Industry Experts
Tune in to hear Stone, a seasoned expert in property assessment, alongside Scott Toussaint, General Counsel at Capital Rivers. They are interviewed by Brian Bushlach of the Sacramento Business Journal, offering a deep dive into the nuances of Prop 15.
Larry Stone’s Unique Perspective
Larry Stone’s experience provides a unique vantage point on Prop 15, formally known as the Tax on Commercial and Industrial Properties for Education and Local Government Funding Initiative (2020). This podcast presents an opportunity to hear firsthand from Stone, a 25-year veteran Assessor, who also provides a historical perspective on Prop 13, a property tax initiative from 1978, and his views on the potential outcomes if Prop 15 becomes law.
Staying Informed with Capital Rivers
As the election approaches, staying informed on Prop 15 becomes increasingly crucial. Capital Rivers ensures you stay up-to-date with the latest discussions and developments surrounding this ballot measure. Listen to Stone and Toussaint as they offer their expert insights and perspectives on this vital issue, particularly significant to the commercial real estate industry.
A Comprehensive Overview by Experts
This podcast is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to understand the complexities and potential impacts of Prop 15. Stone and Toussaint provide a comprehensive overview, discussing how the measure could reshape the commercial real estate landscape. Their analysis is critical for stakeholders and professionals in the industry, offering clarity on a subject that has far-reaching consequences.