Rental Housing Legislation You Should Be Keeping your Eye On

As the majority of the country takes a break proposing and passing new rental housing laws and...

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Ouch! Rent Control in California will Hurt More Than You Think

This November, Californians will vote on whether or not to repeal the Costa-Hawkins Act,...

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Multifamily Housing Legislation Blooms Through June

Although most legislators are preoccupied with the 2018 primaries, the number of passed,...

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California’s Rent Control War Has New Updates

This year, tenants’ activists within California have rallied to get rent control initiatives on...

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‘Just Cause’ Eviction Law AB 2925 Moving Quickly in California

A bill that would require California property owners and managers to list a “cause” or reason to...

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February 27, 2018

Rent Control Sprouts in Illinois, California, and Rhode Island

For the past two years rent control has been one of the top legislative trends in the multifamily housing industry. While the industry has seen both victories and losses on this front, the fight against tenant-popularized rent control bills continues. Which cities are being targeted next? If you have properties in California, Illinois, or Providence, R.I., you’ll want to look out for these rent control initiatives.

January 25, 2018

The Economic Implications of Rent Control

Since the housing crisis, the demand for affordable rental housing has skyrocketed as Americans have shifted from a homeownership mentality to a renter mentality. As Richard Florida from CityLab...

January 09, 2018

The Future of Multifamily Housing: More 2018 Regulations and Legislation

2017 was undoubtedly a busy year for multifamily legislation. With bills like California’s immigrant housing protections and the City of Seattle’s ban on criminal records within background...

November 28, 2017

Trump’s Tax Plan Might Not Be So Bad for the Rental Industry

Congress’s H.R. 1, the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” passed on November 16th and it is now up to the Senate to vote on this bill. According to the New York Times, Republican party leaders are hoping to...