The California Apartment Association today announced that Barry Altshuler of Equity Residential has begun a one-year term as vice president of the association’s statewide board of directors. For more than 75 years, the California Apartment Association has supported rental housing owners and managers through tireless work in public affairs, education and customer service.
The California Apartment Association today announced that Adam Goldfarb, vice president at Manco Abbott Inc., has begun his second term as secretary/treasurer of the association’s statewide board of directors. Goldfarb brings a wealth of industry experience to his position, having managed client relationships for institutional and multifamily clients.
The California Apartment Association’s offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 16, in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. Normal operating hours will resume Tuesday, Jan. 17.
After the California Apartment Association qualified a referendum on Santa Rosa’s rent control ordinance, the City Council on Tuesday decided to put the issue before voters in a June 6 special election. The council had two other options: to repeal the law or place it before voters in November 2018.
The California Apartment Association’s offices will be closed Friday, Dec. 30, and Monday, Jan. 2, in observance of the New Year’s holiday. Normal operating hours will resume Tuesday, Jan. 3.
The California Apartment Association’s offices will be closed today, Dec. 23, and Monday, Dec. 26, in observance of the Christmas holiday. Normal operating hours will resume Tuesday, Dec. 27.
Rent rollbacks and other new requirements won’t take effect Dec. 23 A Santa Clara County Superior Court judge today agreed with CAA’s request to halt implementation of Mountain View’s new rent control law, also known as Measure V. Following a legal challenge from the California Apartment Association, the judge approved a temporary restraining order preventing the city from implementing the rent control law pending hearings and subsequent court rulings in early 2017.
The California Apartment Association has published its Key Findings Report from the 2016 California Housing Forum, an event that brought together diverse thought leaders to help solve the state’s housing crisis. “Inadequate housing stock threatens California’s economic prosperity and future,” said Tom Bannon, chief executive officer of the California Apartment Association, which organized the Housing Forum. “It is time to finally address the real causes of this crisis in a comprehensive and statewide manner.” The inaugural Forum, held in September in Sacramento, assembled a diverse group of stakeholders – legislators, economists, employers, developers, environmentalists and advocacy groups – to discuss… Read More
Starting in 2017, CAA North Bay will partner with the Sonoma County Community Development Commission and local housing authority to identify potential programmatic changes to improve participation in local Section 8 programs. The California Apartment Association encourages local housing providers to join the conversation at 5 p.m. Jan. 25, in the Community Development Commission Hearing Room, 1440 Guerneville Road, Santa Rosa. At this meeting, you can voice current concerns with the program, ask questions about participation, and provide input on potential incentives for participation and program changes. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to email@example.com. If you cannot… Read More