Most of state’s COVID eviction restrictions set to expire
Barring surprise action in the state Legislature, most of the final remnants of the California’s COVID-19 eviction moratorium will expire at the end of this month, although some local governments are eager to fill the void.
CPI Calculator updated: AB 1482 allowed increase no more than 10%
Concord moves ahead with ‘anti-harassment’ ordinance
CAA-sponsored funding bill for landlords advances in Assembly
CAA is the definitive voice of the rental housing industry in California.
- Mountain View policy deals blow to landlords who offer concessionsMountain View’s Rental Housing Committee last Monday adopted policies that will punish housing providers for offering discounted rents or rent…
- Cooling mandate for housing fizzles in Senate Housing CommitteeA bill that would have strained California’s aging power grid by triggering the mass installation of air conditioning systems in…
- L.A. tax on large property qualifies for fall ballotAn initiative that would raise taxes on property sales valued at more than $5 million has qualified for the fall…