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The California Apartment Association Would Like Members to Study over Holiday Break

From four-plex hopers to pension fund stewards, the California Apartment Association is asking for members to study its current positions on several key legislative initiatives taking effect on Jan. 1, 2020. On that day, California landlords will experience a generational shift in the way they do business, according to the association.

The information covers finding a common ground in California’s legislative struggle to harmonize meeting workforce and affordable housing needs, with the valid concern of investors both small or large with ownership interest in pursuit of the long-term returns of multifamily housing investments. In its summary, the association outlines these new laws and other statewide policy shifts that will change the way rental housing providers operate in 2020.

The update also include links to compliance documents and background stories from the CAA website, to help you follow these new laws as soon as the new year arrives.

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