By All Means Let’s Educate the Voters About Proposition 13 By – Jon Coupal

[Recently], progressive interest groups announced they had sufficient signatures to qualify an initiative for the 2020 ballot that is a direct attack on Proposition 13. Specifically, this so-called “split roll” initiative would raise property taxes on the owners of business properties to the tune of $11 billion every year, according to the backers. Because many…

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Legal Q & A by – Richard Beckman

Question 1: We have a ‘no pet’ policy. What documentation is accepted if a tenant claims to need a service animal? Is there a difference if it is an emotional support animal? There is one tenant at our property with “service animal” paperwork from their doctor. We are getting inquiries from other tenants who want…

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A Landlord’s Christmas

As we close out 2018, AOA would like to thank you for your support this year – it’s been a pleasure serving your needs.  Our additional thanks to all who contributed to the “No on Prop 10” campaign. May your holidays be merry, your rent checks be on time and the coming year be fruitful.

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San Diego’s Unique Triumph: Gleanings From a New York Times Best Seller by – TERRY MOORE, CCIM

Harvard’s Edward Glaeser contends that cities are our species’ greatest invention. His readable volume explains why cities make us richer, smarter, greener, healthier, and happier. His book is Triumph of the City. Several of its major points highlight special strengths of San Diego. First, take a look at some of what the research has revealed.…

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