AOA N E W S R E L E A S E – TRASH SERVICE FOR LESS!

No one wants to live in a community where, at all hours of the day, the sidewalks or streets are obstructed by dumpster bins. For property managers and owners of multifamily properties, bringing the trash out each week can present its own set of logistical challenges.  In some cities, local waste companies pull dumpsters out…

INTRODUCING THE NEW AOA WORKERS’ COMP PROGRAM

Discover How You Can Save Money! “The goal was to create a Workers’ Compensation program that delivers the most competitive rates while upholding the best safety, loss control and claims handling practices the industry has to offer.  We believe we have achieved just that,” said Anthony Miller, CEO of GS Insurance Solutions, the exclusive agency…

Legal Questions and Answers – by Dennis Block

Question One: I have a tenant who states that he and his roommate are getting sick from mold. He happened to call me on the day rent is due and refuses to pay until I have this remedied. I did have a leak in this unit, which I immediately fixed by removing part of the…

Housing-Related Bills Pending in the State Legislature for 2018 – by San Francisco Small Property Owners Association

AB 1796 (Muratsuchi D) Rental Property: Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. Current law requires a lessor of a dwelling to approve a written request of a lessee to install an electric vehicle charging station at a parking space allotted for the lessee in accordance with specified requirements. It exempts dwellings that are subject to the residential…

Legal Q & A – by Richard Beckman

Question 1: We had a tenant break his 12-month lease and move out after only one month. We sent a letter explaining that he must pay rent until we find a suitable replacement and received a letter back from his attorney stating that since the gentleman’s income comes solely from Social Security he is considered…