Today is a great day for the multifamily housing industry. An Assembly bill introduced by Richard Bloom
On January 11, 2018, the California legislature will be voting to repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act.
This Article was originally published and it is courtesy of our national partners, NAA. Visit www.naahq.org for more information. House and Senate conferees on December 15 released the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Lawmakers hope to approve the final package early next week, with the House scheduled to vote on Tuesday, and send it to President Trump for [...]
Thank you to all of our members who have filled out our survey and letting us know about the issues you are experiencing. Last week, The Los Angeles Board of Public works held a
A declaration of intent to gather signatures for a ballot initiative to repeal Costa-Hawkins has been submitted to the State of California.
The LA City Council has officially extended the Ordinance reporting deadline for buildings 100,000 SF or greater to December 1, 2017, providing building owners with additional time to comply.
As you may know, in May of this year the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors introduced a motion requesting for a report back to analyze the private rental market
Owners and managers of multifamily buildings looking for ways to maximize the value of their properties are continuing to discover the many benefits of solar energy.
On Tuesday, August 22nd the LA City Council will reconsider its proposed linkage fee ordinance. AAGLA members will be in attendance to oppose the fee and we encourage any member
We have heard repeatedly about enormous increases multifamily operators are facing regarding the new franchise waste program in the City of LA. If you have received a new invoice which is significantly higher,