TITLE: Executive Director ABOUT AAGLA: The Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles (AAGLA) is Southern California's leading advocate for affordable quality rental housing and for property owners' rights. AAGLA's mission is to serve the interests of multifamily owners, managers, developers and suppliers with services and activities to maintain a high level of professionalism in the [...]
The Los Angeles City Housing Committee had a hearing on 6/21 to review the expansion of a Just Cause Eviction Ordinance to non-rent controlled
On June 26, the Malibu City Council will consider an ordinance that would allow City Hall to require property owners to replace their septic system with...
Although a lawsuit was brought forth in regards to the legality of Los Angeles' new franchise waste program, we do not know what the courts will
June 13, 2017 To the Members of the City Council: I apologize that I cannot appear before you in person this evening. But, now as an apartment living, apartment owner, I wanted to voice my concerns about the City’s rent control ordinance. About 3 years ago, my wife and I decided to downsize. We sold [...]
Some of you may have read a recent LA times article by Steve Lopez on June 4th. It highlights the realities of the housing crisis that has created tight pressures on the current rental market. It covers a lot of ground highlighting the complex issues facing the populace.
California law now requires owners to adopt certain protocols as it relates to Bed Bugs: Starting July 1, 2017 an owner shall provide to all new tenants with written notice* in at least 10-point font containing
An aging population, international immigration and fewer home purchases are resulting in an increased need for new apartments...
The Los Angeles metro area is expected to need 164,201 new apartments by 2030 to keep up with local demand, according to a new study commissioned by the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) and the National Apartment Association (NAA).