A Guide to Utilizing myLA311 for Efficient Service Requests

By Surraya Price As a landlord, managing properties comes with a myriad of responsibilities. From ensuring tenant satisfaction to maintaining the property’s functionality and compliance …

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Mayor Karen Bass Announces Resources Ahead Of Feb 1st Rent Deadline

En Español  한국어 LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass released information to assist renter households impacted by the February 1 deadline to repay owed …

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Everytable Free Home Delivered Meal Program

The City of Los Angeles is thrilled to announce the revival of its highly sought-after free home-delivered meal program for seniors. The Rapid Response Senior …

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California Dream For All Shared Appreciation Loan

The Dream For All Shared Appreciation Loan is a down payment assistance program for first-time homebuyers to be used in conjunction with the Dream For …

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California Mortgage Relief Program

The California Mortgage Relief Program has provided grants to thousands of eligible homeowners to ease their financial hardships that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds …

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Landlord-Tenant Issues from the Office of the Attorney General

As a tenant, knowing your rights is critical. Under California law, you are protected from certain rent increases and may be protected from certain types …

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What You Need to Know about L.A.’s Renter Protections

The City of Los Angeles Declaration of Local Emergency effective on March 4, 2020, terminated on February 1, 2023. The provisions apply to all residential …

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Should You Create an LLC For Your Rental Property? (From Our Partners at Avail.co)

Should You Create an LLC For Your Rental Property? In this article, we’ll go through what an LLC is, how landlords can benefit from LLCs, …

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New California laws 2024: Housing, more renters protections

By Alexa Mae Asperin Published December 28, 2023 LOS ANGELES – Earlier this year, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an extensive housing package consisting of more than 50 bills specifically addressing the …

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People are using cash transfers like basic income to pay rent, and it shows just how badly a housing-crisis solution is needed.

By Eliza Relman Low-income Americans are struggling more than ever to afford housing. Homelessness has reached record highs . The US is short an estimated four million homes . And …

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