ADA Compliance in Three Steps by – Anthony C. Guichard

There is a misconception regarding what is ADA [American Disabilities Act] Compliance is and how as a property owner in California to achieve it. I have written several articles in the past for the AOA because I am constantly surprised at the amount of incorrect information out there for the public – especially for those…

Trade Show a Huge Success!

Trade Show a Huge Success! Our Million Dollar Trade Show and Landlording Conference last month was a huge success!  You should have been there! Our members were more educated, motivated and stimulated by some very knowledgeable speakers who helped give them that one idea that would help them make and keep more money than ever! …

Legal Q & A By – Franco Simone, Esq.

Q: This is my first time renting out my residential unit. The late fee provision in my lease allows me to charge a percentage of the rent or a flat fee. How much can I charge for the late fee? A: Your late fee should be no more than 6% of the monthly rent. For…

Statewide Rent Control: The Battle Continues by – Noni Richen, President, SPOSF/SPOSFI

Our united organizations have continued our fight against Assembly member David Chiu’s assault on the California housing supply through his AB 1482 statewide rent and property control legislation. Our lobbyists have worked to implement changes to the proposed law, with limited success. For example, the original version exempted some small properties that are owner-occupied and…