Today, Tenants Together, California’s statewide organization for renters’ rights, announced its sponsorship of Senate Bill 529, which aims to protect California tenants from retaliation by their landlord for organizing collectively. The bill would prevent evictions of tenants participating in a... continue reading
The state legislature remains beholden to the real estate interests that roam the halls of the Capitol and fund political campaigns of both major parties. Real estate industry power in Sacramento was on full display in 2018 with the following losses in the Capitol:
Rents are likely to rise faster for older, class-B apartments in 2019 than for any other class of apartment property.
We expect Class-B to continue to have the strongest average rent growth, as it has through recent history,” says Andrew Rybczynski, senior consultant at research firm the CoStar... continue reading
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday, Jan. 15, to spend $5 million to prevent housing discrimination, including drafting an ordinance to prohibit landlords from denying renters who use Section 8 vouchers.
Supervisor Sheila Kuehl recommended doing more to enforce and... continue reading
Ive been a victim of discrimination as well as several other acts placed against me an my family leading up to being wrongfully kicked out based off a breech of contract due to in accurate charges placed on ledger bill. Property manager purposly manipulated my contract by finding loop... continue reading
Only 20 out of 482 cities in California protect tenants against rent hikes and arbitrary evictions. That means most of California’s tenants can be evicted for no reason at all, and can have their rents raised by any amount their landlord wants. That’s why tenants are rising up across the state to... continue reading