Industry Updates

SF Rents Soar as Much as 18 Percent in Five Years

August marked a milestone in the turbulent history of San Francisco’s rent price explosion, as it’s been five years since large-scale online rental platforms began issuing regular monthly rent reports for a home in San Francisco and beyond. This means one can now look back over five years of [...]

September 13th, 2019|

Evictions, Displacements in Hayward Apartment Complex Weigh on Council Members

Members of the Hayward City Council on Tuesday chastised a developer whose conversion of an apartment complex into affordable housing is displacing some of the current tenants. City leaders said they were misled about the impacts, but the council stopped short of intervening and instead pushed the conversation off [...]

September 13th, 2019|

Here’s How Denver Ranks Among Top Markets for Apartment Construction

Denver apartment deliveries have slowed in 2019, but the metro remains among the top U.S. markets for new apartment deliveries this year, according to RentCafé. The apartment rental company projected 6,836 apartments would be delivered in the metro in 2019, including both new units and apartments slated for delivery [...]

September 13th, 2019|

12th Annual State Legislator Breakfast

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“I’ve saved over $5,000 on maintenance and repairs this year alone. The membership pays for itself.”

Diego Medina, AAGLA Member since 1997

This is a great organization I’m proud to be part of it, they provide very useful information to property apartment owners, they have a monthly magazine which is very informative they just celebrated their 100 years anniversary. Congrats!

Gladys Lamping