UPDATED 9/3/20 | Forms are usually a member benefit. However, in light of the current crisis, and all of the additional burden landlords are having to face to continue housing tenants, even without payment of rent, AOA has made these COVID-19 forms FREE to all landlords.
AOA and its team has tirelessly put together this page to assist housing providers with the resources to navigate through this coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. First and foremost, stay calm, we are all in this together and we will get through this together.
The Many Flaws of Prop. 13…the 2020 Impostor – by Jon Coupal, President of Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
Voters have already started casting their ballots on this measure, ironically identified as Proposition 13 (2020). Unlike the beneficial Prop. 13 from 1978, this Prop. 13 is a huge $15 billion statewide school bond that threatens taxpayers in several ways. And the more we learn about this proposal, the worse it gets.
One would think that if it’s the job of an Assemblyman to write a bill that impacts an entire state, then it would be done correctly the first time! Apparently, Mr. Chiu, the author of “Tenant Welfare” 1482, has created a lot of confusion throughout the state by writing one thing into law while meaning another in the case of CPI calculation.
On Wednesday, October 30th, Los Angeles City approved another tenant welfare law – the Emergency Renters Relief Program. This program is intended to aid eligible tenants facing rent increases over 8% with up to three months of rent assistance
With the inception of AB 1482, determining the maximum allowable rent increases has become a much discussed, complicated matter.