By Craig Mordoh, General Counsel “...Under Federal, State and some local laws, landlords are required to display certain types of signage…In West Hollywood, landlords that are subject to the West Hollywood rent stabilization ordinance must, at the beginning of each tenancy, provide information to each tenant by giving them a copy of a notice with the following information: (i) that the property is subject to the provisions of the Rent Stabilization Ordinance of the City of West Hollywood; (ii) that a copy of the ordinance and information about the…” READ MORE
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By Patti Widget "Security deposit disputes are second to only late rent disputes when it comes to owner / renter problems and I think most of the problem lies in the fact that each party has their own idea of how a security deposit should be handled. I am certain you can imagine how polar opposites these two ideas are, but believe it or not, there are very standardized guidelines in the industry that if followed, will help you to avoid security deposit disputes from becoming inevitable…” READ MORE
Join us Wednesday, February 26th for the 27th Annual SoCal Market Trends & Forecast event. AIR CRE has curated a panel of experts from different sectors of the CRE community who will share their insights into key trends and influences that are shaping the CRE landscape in Southern CA. This marquee event is an annual favorite for both Members and non-Members, providing informative perspectives from CRE leaders and networking with industry power players and emerging talent. KEY TOPICS
- Can industrial continue to grow at the same pace?
- What’s next for co-working?
- National and regional economic influences and SoCal market highlights How our insatiable appetite to have everything
- How our insatiable appetite to have everything delivered is impacting industrial space design
- New developments at LAX impacting transportation throughout the region
- Place making in Los Angeles – the Hollywood Park story
Long Beach Convention Center Long Beach, CA United States New Decade, New Retail. What Does the Future Look Like for Retail in 2020 and Beyond? Southern California Idea Exchange provides the ideal platform for networking and deal making. Gain insights from colleagues regarding new opportunities and emerging trends in the industry. Download the new ICSC mobile app here to explore our upcoming event offerings where you can connect, learn and road test ideas with other professionals. Follow us on Facebook (@MyICSC), Twitter (@ICSC) and Instagram (@ICSC) for the latest event news and updates. About this event series Idea Exchanges provide education, networking, and deal making on a smaller scale than Regional Deal Making events. Gain information about the most current, local industry issues, and meet with local colleagues in the area. Details Questions? If you have questions regarding this event, please contact the Event Contact listed below, or call +65 6532 3722. Event Contact Julia Tiberio email@example.com
By Danielle Lender-Peretz, Esq., Director, Government Affairs & External Relations As the long summer days draw to a close and autumn arrives, local governments such as the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Santa Monica and West Hollywood have been working on advancing a number of issues of concern: permanent rent control, eviction defense programs, expansion of relocation fees and minimum one-year lease requirements. These issues and many others affecting the multifamily rental housing…Read More
By H.G. Long, Attorney, Managing Attorney, H.G. Long and Associates and Fast Eviction Service Question: What do I do if my rental unit is cited b the City of Los Angeles Code Enforcement and the renter does not allow me to have access to rental unit to inspect and repair?It is very common occurrence in the City of Los Angeles. Renters will file a complaint with the City of Los Angeles Health Department, which will then conduct annual inspections of the rental properties and to investigate renter complaints. This procedure can be very frustrating for a landlord who has a very recalcitrant renter who refuses to allow…Read More
“Split Roll” 2020 Ballot Initiative Could Increase Property Taxes by Repealing Proposition 13 Protections
via AAGLA It is called the “California Schools and Local Community Funding Act,” the proposed 2020 ballot initiative that is an $11 billion special interest backed tax increase. If passed, the initiative will dismantle Proposition 13 and raise taxes on commercial and industrial property by…Read More
FREE ADMISSION! Join Scott Properties Group (booth #156) and the Arcadia Association of Realtor's on Tuesday, October 22 (Pasadena Hilton) at the largest commercial real estate expo in the San Gabriel Valley!" Commercial real estate professionals, stop by and enjoy industry seminars, networking opportunities, prizes, and educational sessions. Come meet the Scott Properties Group team at booth #156, to learn more about property management services for commercial properties, including office buildings, retail shopping centers, mixed-use, and industrial properties! WHERE Pasadena Hilton Hotel 168 S Los Robles Ave Pasadena, CA WHEN October 22, 2019 10am-6pm RSVP HERE
By Madeline Pauker , via SMDP “ State lawmakers passed a landmark measure last Wednesday that will limit annual rent increases to 5% plus inflation for buildings that are at least 15 years old and require landlords to provide a “just cause” for evicting tenants. While Santa Monica already has a comprehensive rent control program and a “just cause” law of its own, Assembly Bill 1482 will impact some tenants in the city...” Read More
SEPTEMBER 2019: Why Should Anyone Be Surprised? Overregulation is Causing Rent Controlled Apartments to Drop Like Flies in LA!
via AAGLA " A recent article by an online publication, “Curbed L.A.,” reported that rental housing providers in Los Angeles have filed applications to remove 657 rent-controlled apartment units under the Ellis Act. The Ellis Act is a 1985 California state law that allows landlords to evict residential tenants to “go out of the rental business” despite desires by local governments to compel them to continue providing rental housing…” Read More