San Jose and COPA, Your Property Rights are Under Attack as Government Intrusion Continues
Local governments are forcing owners to offer their properties to government-sanctioned entities before they can be listed for sale. These proposals dictate how your property is sold, to whom it can be sold, and even how much it can be sold for! Protect your rights and investment.
San Jose’s Community Opportunity to Purchase Act (COPA) authorizes third-party entities the first right of refusal to purchase your property.
WHY THIS MATTERS TO YOU AND CALIFORNIA PROPERTY OWNERS:
– Delays the close of sale by 3-4 months.
– Imposes fines and penalties.
– Interferes with your rights as a property owner.
– It’s coming to your community.
Please consider making a contribution at https://cal-rha.org/legal-defense-fund/ or sending it to:
Attention: CalRHA Legal Fund
5100 East Anaheim Road
Long Beach, California 90815
We appreciate your support as we, CalRHA and its affiliates, fight for your rights in California.
WHO SHOULD JOIN CALRHA AND ITS AFFILIATES?
Rental Property Owners, Management Companies, and developers benefit from membership. Whether you own or manage one rental property or multiple properties, membership provides useful educational opportunities, updated legal forms and contracts, legislative support and facilitates the formation of business relationships.
Supplier and business partner companies who serve the apartment industry benefit through increased knowledge of the ways that Owners and Suppliers can best support one another, numerous opportunities for key visibility at events and networking functions, as well as frequent involvement and interaction with Owners and Management Company Members.
Here are just a few things we offer:
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CalRHA’s local affiliates Business Partners (Suppliers) represent over 600+ companies that specialize in doing business with the apartment industry, and by joining our affiliates have shown a commitment to our members and our efforts.
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All information provided by CalRHA is intended for general information only, and should not be construed as legal, tax, or financial advice applicable to your particular situation. CalRHA was established to serve the needs of property owners, managers and other stakeholders involved in providing quality rental housing to California residents.
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TERMS & CONDITIONS
As a property/owner member of CalRHA you are entitled to all membership benefits and services at member rates, which also includes National Apartment Association (NAA) rates.
Additionally, as a supplier member of CalRHA, $30 of your annual membership dues goes towards a one-year subscription to units Magazine and is non-deductible for association dues payment.
In compliance with the Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1993, 70% of your annual membership dues goes towards lobbying expenses and is non-deductible for association dues payment.