CAA Legislative Conference

Members visit Capitol after visit from Gov. Brown

Photo by Bob Knapik Participants in CAA's annual Legislative Conference gather for a photograph on the steps of the Capitol.

Photo by Bob Knapik Gov. Jerry Brown addresses the California Apartment Association on Tuesday during CAA's Legislative Conference at the Sacramento Convention Center.

Before throngs of rental housing professionals headed to the state Capitol, the Capitol’s top elected official headed to them. For more than 30 minutes Tuesday, Gov. Jerry Brown captivated a crowd at the Sacramento Convention Center, telling stories about his wide-ranging political history, offering observations about current challenges in California government and looking ahead to a possible fourth term as governor.

 

Leno’s bill advances; senator told to address CAA concerns

A bill that could force many San Francisco landlords to stay in the rental housing business, even if they’re losing money, narrowly survived its first committee hearing Tuesday, April 8.

CAA Connect: What Facebook workers want from apartment communities

When it comes to picking apartments, it’s no surprise that tech-worker tenants want opportunities for social networking. But we’re not talking about business centers where they can hunker down to like and post pictures or squeeze in an extra hour of programming. Just ask employees at Facebook, which surveyed its employees about the amenities they want in apartment living.

 

 

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Gov. Brown primes CAA members for Capitol visit

Before a couple of hundred rental housing professionals headed to the state Capitol on Tuesday, the Capitol’s top elected official came to them.

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CAA-sponsored renter’s rebate heads to first committee

A bill that would re-establish a tax-assistance program for California renters goes before its first committee hearing this month.

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CAA victory: Riverside County pulls new $1,200-per-unit impact fee from hearing

Thanks to CAA, Riverside County supervisors aren’t about to create a new development impact fee to put new beds in the county jail.

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Column: Spruce up for spring with these landscaping tips

Having a well-maintained landscape and common areas makes being outside pleasurable for your residents and adds value to your property. Here are a few tasks to ensure your landscape and common areas look beautiful throughout spring — and the many mont …

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Legal Q&A: Tenant with roommate moves, demands his share of deposit back now

Question: One of my tenants vacated the property and left his roommate behind. Both signed the rental agreement, and now the tenant who vacated is demanding his share of the security deposit be returned to him. Is he right? What should I do? Answer: Yo …

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Legal Q&A: Angry tenant flooding her apartment

Question: We have a tenant who has been provoking other tenants, so we gave her a 30-day notice. She is now very angry and has flooded her apartment and the three apartments below her by inserting a roll (still on the spool) of toilet paper into her to …

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Sign up now for CAA’s 2014 Legislative Conference

leg conference-square-webRegistration is now open for the California Apartment Association’s most anticipated event of the year. CAA, one of the most influential interest groups in the state, will hold its Legislative Conference on April 22 in Sacramento. Read more 

 

TitleStart DateInformation
2014 Series of Industry Partner Networking Breakfast02-13-2014Read More
CCRM Series – February 20 – April 23, 201402-20-2014Read More
Fair Housing: It’s The Law04-23-2014Read More
Fair Housing: It’s The Law04-29-2014Read More
Notices, Tenant Retention & Eviction Process04-30-2014Read More
CCRM Series – May 3 – May 17, 2014 – Executive Series05-03-2014Read More
16 Hour Asbestos Training – Class III (2 Days)05-06-2014Read More
CAA Management Webinar – Resident Issues & Ending Tenancy05-06-2014Read More
Rental Owners Council (CAA Tri-County Member’s Only)05-07-2014Read More
CAA Management Webinar – Professional Skills for Supervisors05-13-2014Read More
Managing Rent Control Housing05-14-2014Read More
CCRM Series – March 11 – May 20 201405-20-2014Read More

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TitleStart DateInformation
2014 Series of Industry Partner Networking Breakfast02-13-2014Read More
CCRM Series – February 20 – April 23, 201402-20-2014Read More
Fair Housing: It’s The Law04-23-2014Read More
Fair Housing: It’s The Law04-29-2014Read More
Notices, Tenant Retention & Eviction Process04-30-2014Read More
CCRM Series – May 3 – May 17, 2014 – Executive Series05-03-2014Read More
16 Hour Asbestos Training – Class III (2 Days)05-06-2014Read More
CAA Management Webinar – Resident Issues & Ending Tenancy05-06-2014Read More
Rental Owners Council (CAA Tri-County Member’s Only)05-07-2014Read More
CAA Management Webinar – Professional Skills for Supervisors05-13-2014Read More
Managing Rent Control Housing05-14-2014Read More
CCRM Series – March 11 – May 20 201405-20-2014Read More