Bill introduced to repeal Costa-Hawkins, California’s rent control limitation law

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Lawmakers have introduced a bill to repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, landmark legislation that exempts new construction and single-family homes from local rent control laws.

AB 1506 was introduced Friday, Feb. 17, the last day to propose bills in the California Legislature for 2017. Assemblymen Richard Bloom, D-Santa Monica; Rob Bonta, D-Oakland; and David Chiu, D-San Francisco, authored the proposal with Sen. Ben Allen, D-Santa Monica, as a co-author.

Anticipating this bill, the California Apartment Association already has begun …

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  • […] Bill Introduced to Repeal Costa-Hawkins, California’s Rent Control Limitation Law Lawmakers have introduced a bill to repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, landmark legislation that exempts new construction and single-family homes from local rent control laws. Should AB 1506 succeed and Costa-Hawkins be repealed, each city and county in California would have the ability to adopt rent control measures without any limitations. Anticipating this bill, the California Apartment Association already has begun efforts to defeat it.  read more […]