Industry Updates

She’s 83 and Might Get Kicked out of Her Apartment. Among Her Violations: Taking Too Many Cookies.

The first indication that 83-year-old Elsie Cruey could be kicked out of her Fairfax apartment came in an email in June. The subject line read, “Notice of Lease Violation.” Within the email, in red, impossible-to-miss print, appeared this warning: “Failure to immediately comply with the required action will result [...]

October 18th, 2019|

Will Rent Control Dent the Multifamily Market? Lenders, Investors Weigh In

Ben Lamson, the founder of Bluestar Properties, has been a real estate investor, owner and manager in the Inland Empire for three decades. But California’s march toward a landmark rent-control law served as his eviction notice. Lamson sold his $15 million portfolio of apartment buildings in a swath of [...]

October 18th, 2019|

With $1.4 Billion in Infrastructure Needs, La County Fire May Place Parcel Tax Before Voters

Facing $1.4 billion in necessary infrastructure upgrades, the Los Angeles County Fire Department may place a parcel tax before county voters on the March 2020 ballot. County fire can not fund its $1.4 billion in infrastructure needs, said Debra Aguirre, the department’s chief of staff. Voters last approved a [...]

October 18th, 2019|

The Growing Regulatory Environment – Presentation Given October 2, 2019 at Apartment and Buildings Conference & Expo, Pasadena, CA

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Diego Medina, AAGLA Member since 1997

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Gladys Lamping