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8 Ways the Rental Housing Market Changed In 2017

8 Ways the Rental Housing Market Changed In 2017

Written By the Editors at Rental Housing Journal   What were the 8 ways the rental housing market changed in 2017, and what can we learn heading into 2018? The folks at RentCafe have put together a report that looks at the rental housing trends in 2017 and...

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California: It’s Time to Protect Affordable Rental Housing

California: It’s Time to Protect Affordable Rental Housing

Written By Larry Cannizzaro, President of CalRHA There are two indisputable facts about housing in California: one, it’s suffering from a shortage of affordable housing -- not just rental housing, but all forms of housing; and two, rent control has negatively...

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Enviros and Developers: A Love Story

Enviros and Developers: A Love Story

Written By Nathanael Johnson of Grist.org This was at least the eighth time that Scott Wiener sat through the same PowerPoint presentation, and he was beginning to wonder what the heck was going on. It was 2009, and Wiener was an environmentalist and LGBT-rights...

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San Diego’s Housing Shortage; A Family Problem

San Diego’s Housing Shortage; A Family Problem

Written By Dan McSwain of San Diego Union Tribune The more I learn about our complex society, the more our problems boil down to a basic failing: We don’t love our children enough. No, this column isn’t about cancerous public liabilities, which diminish the future...

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L.A. City Council Takes First Step to Make Evictions Harder

L.A. City Council Takes First Step to Make Evictions Harder

Written By Andrew Khouri, LA Times If a landlord wants to evict a tenant, the process can be simple. In many cases in Los Angeles, and across California, property owners only have to state they are ending the lease. No justification is needed -- only notices of at...

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