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Jason Hughes is President & CEO of Hughes Marino, a Southern California commercial real estate company specializing in tenant representation for lease and building purchases. Contact Jason direct at (619) 238-2111 or jason@hughesmarino.com to learn more. Robert Bello is General Counsel for Hughes Marino, a Southern California commercial real estate company specializing in tenant representation and building purchases. Contact Robert direct at (619) 238-2111 or rob@hughesmarino.com to learn more.

The Case for Statutory Changes in Commercial Real Estate Representation

The Case for Statutory Changes in Commercial Real Estate Representation

SB 1171 Seeks To Require Conflict Disclosures for Commercial Real Estate Brokers Whenever there is a conflict of interest, there exists an opportunity for those seeking representation to be exploited. This is undeniably true for commercial real estate buyers and tenants. Current commercial real estate law prescribes fiduciary duties upon brokers, but at the same […]

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