To: Joe Mathews From: Franz Kafka "I keep hearing Californians calling your state’s housing crisis Kafkaesque. You are far too kind. I never imagined a nightmare this cruel, absurd, and surreal. I don’t know how I got to California. But I appeared here some weeks ago, in the form of an insect, like my protagonist [...]
Rent Control is a Lazy Solution with Drastic Unintended Consequences for California’s Housing Crisis
"The basic economic principle of supply and demand means that rent control decreases housing supplies." Click here to continue reading...
There are two open seats on the Culver City Council that will be filled by the election on April 10th
Congratulations to all AAGLA members that attended and/or sent emails to the Santa Monica Rent Control Board for their meeting on March 22nd
A number of cities big and small in Southern California are taking steps to identify seismically vulnerable buildings for the first time in a generation
After bouncing around near 50-year lows for the past few years, the national homeownership rate finally seems to be gaining sustainable, meaningful upward momentum
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 [...]
As tired and counter productive Rent Control policies begin to rear its ugly head throughout California, a Stanford Study on the effects of rent control in San Francisco was
Fasten your seat belts, ladies and gentlemen. The rent control fight of our time is upon us. Only this time, the fight will have lasting effects on residents statewide.
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