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Can LA landlords Get to Supreme Court on Evictions?

Can LA landlords Get to Supreme Court on Evictions?

Regional Apartment Association Finds New Ally in DC Civil Liberties Group, Eyes Supreme Court on Evictions   By Trevor Bach, The Real Deal   The residential real estate market could know in a matter of weeks whether the highest court in the land might give...

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2022 Apartment Housing Outlook

2022 Apartment Housing Outlook

Next Year's Apartment Housing Outlook has Highs ... and Lows By Paula Munger, National Apartment Association The delta variant of the coronavirus threw the U.S. economy for a loop during the third quarter, but by early December, signs that the recovery was back on...

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NAA Inflation Tracker – December 2021

NAA Inflation Tracker – December 2021

NAA Updates the Inflation Tracker which Shows The Consumer Price Index (CPI) Rose 6.9% on a YOY Basis, a 39-Year High The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 6.9% on a year-over-year basis, while prices excluding food and energy (core CPI) rose 5.0%, both measures at...

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Rising Rent Control, Where and Why

Rising Rent Control, Where and Why

Massive Rising Rent Control and Affordability Issues are Dominating Political Conversations Housing affordability concerns continue to dominate the political conversation in jurisdictions across the country. Advocates and progressive lawmakers have used this momentum...

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NAA Inflation Tracker – November 2021

NAA Inflation Tracker – November 2021

NAA Updates the Inflation Tracker which Shows The Consumer Price Index (CPI) Rose 6.2% on a YOY Basis   The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 6.2% on a year-over-year basis, while prices excluding food and energy (core CPI) rose 4.6%, well above consensus...

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Deja Vu, A.G. Bonta Devises Yet Another Way to Harass Landlords

Deja Vu, A.G. Bonta Devises Yet Another Way to Harass Landlords

The Sign Should Read "We Harass Landlords", Attorney General Bonta States: HUD Must Use Its Full Authority to Protect Renters from Evictions During the COVID-19 Pandemic   California’s Attorney General, Rob Bonta, has joined a multistate coalition in support of...

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Repeal the Death Tax Act

Repeal the Death Tax Act

Death Tax Ballot Initiative to “Fix” Last Year’s Proposition 19 Tax Hike   In November 2020, California voters unfortunately narrowly approved Proposition 19, which is known as “The Home Protection for Seniors, Severely Disabled, Families, and Victims of Wildfire...

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State’s Sluggishness Leaves Landlords “Holding the Bag”

State’s Sluggishness Leaves Landlords “Holding the Bag”

"Holding the Bag" Figures Show $4B Still in Hands of Bureaucracy   COURTESY OF "THE REAL DEAL"; Written by Trevor Bach - Landlords in Los Angeles have been left “holding the bag” by the State of California’s sluggish administration of its $5.2 billion rent relief...

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Congress Considers Rental Assistance Program Reform

Congress Considers Rental Assistance Program Reform

Alongside our coalition partners, the National Apartment Association (NAA) has been engaging with the House Financial Services Committee over several iterations of the bill which would improve rental assistance.   Recently, the House Financial Services Committee...

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