Industry Updates

Apartment Industry Blames Rising Rents on Lawmakers for Saying ‘Rent Control’ out Loud

Rents in the Silver State are skyrocketing and the association representing  apartment complex owners suggests state lawmakers who uttered the phrase “rent control” in Carson City are to blame. “Well, there was discussion about rent control, about migrating in that direction, and I don’t know if the industry got [...]

August 16th, 2019|

Amid Housing Crisis, Culver City Is the Latest Town to Cap Rents

Culver City approved a temporary rent control measure early Tuesday morning, joining a handful of other Southern California cities that have boosted tenant protections as the state grapples with an affordability crisis. In a 4-1 vote that followed a five-hour discussion, the City Council capped annual increases to 3% [...]

August 16th, 2019|

Sacramento City Council Likely to Approve Rent Control Proposal in Tuesday Meeting

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – If you rent a home to a tenant, should you be limited to how much you can increase their rent? That’s the issue to be taken up on Tuesday by the Sacramento city council. Called the “Tenant Protection and Relief Act,” this proposal would cap rent increases for those [...]

August 14th, 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