Join us in Culver city on Thursday, 3/08 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm for candidate interviews for the Culver City Council race and Assembly District 54 race. We will be holding individual interviews with a pre-determined slate of housing questions for each candidate. AAGLA members are welcome to attend and observe. Attendance is free, but space is [...]
Glendale Glendale City Council will be considering a proposed Right to Lease ordinance on Tuesday, 3/06 starting at 6:00 pm located at 613 E. Broadway, 2nd Floor, Glendale. The proposed ordinance would require owners to provide a 1 year written lease to prospective tenants with a 1 year tenant renewal option. The rental rate for the second year could [...]
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Lawsuit Filed in Federal Court Against the City of Los Angeles to Protect Privacy of Tenants and Rental Property Owners
The lawsuit, filed in Federal Court seeks relief from the City’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) that mandates a tenant rental registry and disclosure of sensitive
Governor Brown has recently extended an Executive Order he issued on October 18, 2017, which prohibits price gouging
Listen to the interview in which Earle discusses our current housing crisis and AAGLA's involvement in not only addressing but finding solutions to the issue.
Volunteers needed! Plenty of opportunities open!
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.
If it weren’t for IRC Section 1031 “like-kind exchange” allowing sellers of investment property a tax deferment from...
Let’s assume you manage or own an apartment building in Los Angeles that is subject to the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO). You hired a resident manager, but...