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California to limit security deposits to 1 month’s rent under new law signed by Newsom

SAN FRANCISCO – Renters in California will no longer be asked for a security deposit larger than one month's rent, under a bill signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

On Wednesday, the governor signed Assembly Bill 12 by Assemblymember Matt Haney (D-San Francisco). According to Haney, the measure would stop the practice among certain landlords to charge two or even three times the monthly rent as a security deposit.

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Pasadena rental housing board to decide relocation assistance rules

Soon some renters priced out of Pasadena, or otherwise evicted for no fault of their own, will get financial compensation and other forms of assistance from their landlord to help them relocate.
The Pasadena Rental Housing Board will adopt regulations establishing relocation assistance and services for covered tenants — those subject to no-fault evictions or large rent increases — at their Wednesday, Sept. 27 meeting.

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How EV Chargers May Benefit Your CRE Property

For property owners considering EV charging infrastructure on their properties, the multiple benefits and incentives justify the initial costs.
As CRE investors and stakeholders continue to pursue sustainability and decarbonization efforts to support their ESG policies, one effort should not be overlooked when assessing the overall efficiency of a property. The installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on commercial real estate properties has multiple benefits, not only contributing to a company’s ESG goals, but also helping to increase property value by attracting and retaining tenants and customers as more people switch to EVs. With currently available national and state incentives for installing EV charging infrastructure, this is an ideal time to consider adding it to your properties.

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Long Beach officials want new ADU, SB 9 policies

The City of Long Beach seeks to pass new ordinances intended to help streamline ADU and SB 9 construction. The proposals, announced by the city last week, come as part of Long Beach’s broader, decade-long development push — which ranks among the most notable in Southern California — will be developed by the city’s Development Services Department and could be adopted in 2024. The measures still need City Council approval.

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CA Balcony Inspections 101

On June 16, 2015, six people died and seven others were severely injured in a tragic residential balcony collapse in Berkeley, California. Structural analysis revealed that the wood framing of the balcony was severely weakened by dry rot from rainwater penetration due to improper sealing of the balcony to the main building. The investigation confirmed the balcony failure was due to rotted wood, which significantly weakened the structural framing. Water and heat combined caused the growth of fungus, which ate through the structure of the balcony. This condition is common, especially for buildings in the Bay Area. The building was only 8 years old.

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ADA Lawsuits: What the Law Really Requires by Anthony C. Guichard

Have you or your tenants been caught up in multiple Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuits? The ADA lawsuits are on the rise in the first quarter of 2023, so be proactive and avoid these costly lawsuits. If you are caught up in an ADA lawsuit, we highly suggest you work with a qualified ADA team consisting of a CASp inspector, ADA Designer/Contractor and expert ADA attorney. The purpose of working with a team versus hiring each principle independently is within the details.

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