For $1,500 a Month, California Landlord Rents Studio Apartment to 2 Cats

SAN JOSE — Looking to make some extra cash, David Callisch found the perfect tenants for the $1,500-a-month studio apartment behind his Willow Glen home — a pair of cats. “Basically I’ve got two renters that don’t have opposable thumbs,” Callisch said. “It’s actually great. They’re very quiet, obviously. The only [...]

January 15th, 2019|

What Do We Want? Homes! When Do We Want Them? Now!

Last week, the Valley Industry and Commerce Association released its list of 2019 Legislative Priorities, which are developed by our board of directors and then voted on by our members. Once again, housing is at the top of our members’ list of concerns. VICA’s top legislative priority for 2019 is [...]

January 14th, 2019|

Prop 10 Defeat Promises Strong Investment Year for L.A. Multifamily

JLL’s new multifamily investment expert Chris Benton is expecting a strong year for Southern California multifamily following to failure of Prop 10. Multifamily investment activity is expected to surge back—not that it really went away—following the defeat of Prop 10 in November. JLL’s Chris Benton, who recently joined the firm as SVP [...]

January 14th, 2019|



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