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The California Apartment Association (CAA) is the nation’s largest statewide trade association for people who own or manage rental property.
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CAA Sep 27
Sacramento landlords are facing hefty fines when their tenants get caught illegally cultivating cannabis. Often, owners don't know anything's amiss until they get a citation.
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CAA Central CA Sep 25
. Proud to work with the Fresno City Council and community-based organizations to ensure all landlords follow the law on habitability. It's the law and the right thing to do.
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Brian Maienschein Aug 26
CalWORKs currently offers hotel vouchers 2 homeless families for 16 consecutive days per calendar year. My bill, AB960, provides flexibility by allowing up to 16 cumulative days per year, and allows counties 2 extend assistance past 16 days if needed to secure permanent housing.
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CAA Aug 8
CAA Tri-County's 30th annual Charity Golf Tournament has taken another swing at homelessness in the Silicon Valley through its proud partnership with the Housing Industry Foundation.
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CAA Aug 1
CAA thanks El Cerrito City Council members who voted to repeal their eviction-control ordinance Wednesday. El Cerrito can now move forward and focus on data-driven solutions to housing issues that serve both housing providers and tenants.
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CAA Aug 1
Own or manage rental property in Long Beach or Pasadena? Make sure you understand the new relocation-assistance ordinances now in effect there.
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CAA Jul 31
The California Commercial Real Estate Survey indicates a possible slowdown in multifamily construction in the Bay Area. A likely contributing factor? The threat of rent control.
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CAA Jul 9
It didn't take long for Oregon's statewide rent control law to scare off investment in housing. Year-over-year, investment in multifamily housing has dropped 38%. If AB 1482 becomes law, California will see a similar retreat. ?
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CAA Jul 3
. this morning on Prop 10 2.0: "The proposal is predicated on the same flawed logic as Prop. 10 and would lead to many of the same unintended consequences as Prop. 10. ... Prop. 10 2.0 should be quickly discarded."
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CAA Jun 11
The California Apartment Association's chief lobbyist will offer insights on rental housing legislation next week at the Connect Apartments conference in Los Angeles.
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CAA Jun 10
California Legislative Analyst’s Office: Michael Weinstein’s new rent control initiative would lead apartment owners to take units off the market. Tom Bannon of CAA responds: “This measure makes the crisis worse.”
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CAA Jun 6
AB 1482, statewide rent control legislation now in the Senate, remains the wrong answer to our housing crisis, writes Glenn Bellovin, chair of CAA San Diego’s advisory board. AB 1482 ignores the root of the problem – a severe housing deficit.
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CAA May 29
The 2019 CAA Legislative Conference is about to begin
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CAA Apr 22
CAA’s on Michael Weinstein's latest pursuit of extreme rent control: “Like Prop 10, Weinstein’s new initiative would destroy middle-class housing, making it another Weinstein anti-housing measure.”
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CAA Mar 25
With its "one size fits all" approach to housing policy and its emphasis on rent control, the newly released CASA Compact is a bad fit for the Bay Area, writes Joshua Howard, senior vice president for CAA in Northern California.
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CAA Feb 13
Tom Bannon of CAA responds to Gov. Newsom's call for rent-stabilizing legislation: “The California Apartment Association will oppose efforts to pass strict statewide rent control policies and those that eliminate Costa-Hawkins."
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CAA Nov 7
Tom Bannon of CAA on the defeat of Prop 10: "The stunning margin of victory shows California voters clearly understood the negative impacts Prop 10 would have on the availability of affordable and middle-class housing in our state."
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CAA 28 Sep 18
The Modesto Bee has urged its readers to reject Prop 10, which would repeal Costa-Hawkins. “Economists agree that rent control does exactly the opposite of what is intended – raising rents and making rentals harder to find.”
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CAA 17 Sep 18
. is urging voters to reject Prop 10, the measure that would repeal Costa-Hawkins. “The problem for advocates is that rent control has a long history that shows not only that it doesn’t work, but also that it makes housing problems worse.
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CAA 17 Sep 18
. has editorialized against Prop 10, the ballot measure that would repeal Costa-Hawkins. “Most alarmingly for a state with a crushing housing deficit, rent control tends to reduce the quality and quantity of rental housing ... ”
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