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Lawsuit Filed Against LA County and AOA’s Phone Campaign!

Alameda County, Los Angeles County, and multiple cities throughout the state continue to extend baseless eviction bans. April 1st is actually Day 742 of the housing provider hostage crisis. Our local politicians’ actions show that they do not care about the pain and suffering that they are causing housing providers. Their main priority is the…

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IN THE NEWS: AB 2203 and SB 1335 Would Prohibit Rental Property Owners from Using Credit Reports!

A newly introduced bill, in February, would have prohibited landlords from using credit reports while screening prospective tenants. AB 2527 by Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva, D-Fullerton, would have also banned property owners from asking about anything that would be included in a report, such as payment history or evictions.  That bill, fortunately, has been shelved for…

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AOA & AAGLA – Press Release Re L.A. County Litigation

Landlord Groups File Lawsuit Against Los Angeles County Over Illegal Eviction Moratorium Latest Legal Maneuver Seeks Emergency Relief from the County’s Residential Eviction Ban Legal Move Follows County’s Recent Extension of So-Called “Temporary” Eviction LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – March 8, 2022: The Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles  (AAGLA) and the Apartment Owners Association of…

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California Politicians are Killing the Golden Goose

On March 24th, 2020, state and local officials made emergency declarations because of a deadly virus that has now claimed the lives of over 816,000 Americans (Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) (arcgis.com). At that time, there were many unknowns. Overnight, millions of people were out of work, while others were dying of a mysterious virus.  We gave…

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Higher-Income Millennials Renting Instead of Buying Homes By John Triplett

Higher-income millennials are renting homes instead of buying as they are being priced out of the overly competitive real estate market as prices continue upward. Thus, the higher-income millennials lead the ranks of “lifestyle renters,” according to a new study from RentCafe.  “The share of applications for apartments from renters who earn more than $50,000…

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