Thursday General Session Speaker:
MIKE ROWE, from DirtyJobs
From the Baltimore Opera to QVC shopping channel, Executive Producer and Show Host Mike Rowe has had hundreds of jobs and relished his role as a chronic freelancer. Through his work with the mikeroweWORKS Foundation, traveling as an apprentice on Dirty Jobs, and now on Facebook’s groundbreaking series Returning the Favor, Mr. Rowe has taught us to appreciate people who aren’t afraid of a hard day’s work.
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CULTIVATE. ADVOCATE. LEGISLATE.
The California Rental Housing Association (CalRHA) is your voice for the rental housing industry in California and monitors all proposed legislation at the local, state and federal level that affects, directly or indirectly, the rental housing industry within the state of California.
CalRHA’s affiliates serve as liaisons for the legislative programs conducted by CalRHA and the National Apartment Association, which contributes to local, county, state and federal level candidates who represent and advocate for the rental housing industry.
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:
Conferences and trade shows, where you can learn with your colleagues, seek out new products and solutions and build your professional network are common monthly events throughout CalRHA’s local affiliates.
Allows CalRHA members to create, edit, save and print the official CalRHA lease forms quickly and easily. This Web-based software features time-saving tools designed to make your business more productive and profitable.
IRO edification within CalRHA’s affiliates help the independent owners better handle their management problems plus improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their operation by helping them to be better informed and educated about superior ways of managing rental properties.
PRODUCT & SERVICE PARTNERS
CalRHA’s local affiliates Business Partners (Suppliers) represent almost 900 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.
Prepared to be blown away … the total economic contribution rental housing provides in California is over $139+ billion!
Furthermore, new research shows that demand for apartments is on the rise. Whether it’s young professionals, couples, families or empty nesters, the state will need to add 664k new apartment households by 2030 to keep up with the demand for housing.
Latest Legislative News
Follow the voice of the rental industry in California, CalRHA.
We monitor all proposed legislation at the local, state and federal level that affects,
directly or indirectly, the rental housing industry within the state of California.
Written By Kelsi Maree Borland, GlobeSt.com The Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles has taken an official stand against a ballot initiative that will repeal Costa Hawkins, California’s 1995 rental housing act. The Affordable Housing Bond Act has collected...read more
Written By Lisa Sturtevant, Ph.D, National Multi Housing Council Rent control policies are laws that cap rents and are usually implemented with the stated purpose of improving housing affordability. In fact, they may do just the opposite, according to an in-depth...read more