It’s Here! The FREE “Million Dollar” Trade Show and Landlording Conference! Wednesday, April 19th at the Los Angeles Convention Center, West Hall A!

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, April 19th  for AOA’s “Million Dollar” Trade Show and Landlording Conference in Los Angeles. You will meet just about every contractor and vendor you will ever need… it’s called the “Million Dollar Event” of the year. Come and help us celebrate and who knows, you may even go home with…

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Los Angeles Expands Renter Protections – New Laws You Must Know By Patricia A. Harris

The city of Los Angeles has expanded renter protections.  The new protections now cover ALL RENTALS, including condominiums and single family homes in the City of L.A. NEW LAWS AND PROCEDURES Renter Protections Notice All residential rental property owners must provide a “Notice of Renters’ Protections” to tenants who begin or renew their tenancy on or…

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SB 1017 Strengthens Eviction Protection for Victims of Domestic Violence By Gideon Kramer, SPOSFI News Editor

Co-sponsored by Susan Eggman (D-Stockton) and approved by Governor Newsom on September 27, 2022, SB 1017 allows survivors who are tenants to retain their current housing, avoid eviction and even sue their landlord who tries to unlawfully evict them because of the abuse.  “There are already significant protections in place in California for survivors; one…

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Property Management Groups Sue City! Judge Sides with Landlords Over Tenant Screening Cap Flap: By John Triplett

An Oregon judge has sided with landlords over the city of Eugene’s attempt to cap tenant screening fees at ten dollars ($10), according to reports. Two property management groups had sued the city over a city-imposed ten dollar ($10) cap on rental applicant screening fees. Thorin Properties and Jennings Group, Inc., charged in the lawsuit that…

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