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The Glendale Association of REALTORS® is proud to announce support for three candidates running for reelection to the Glendale City Council in the municipal election taking place on June 7, 2022. GAOR supports these candidates for the Glendale City Council: Vrej Agajanian Dan Brotman Ara Najarian Remember to vote in the June election – your voice matters! Are you registered to vote? Are your current and former clients registered to vote? Don’t get left out of our democracy’s most important task. Election and Voter Information L.A. County Vote Centers
In case you missed our recent Town Hall meetings, here are two recordings from the month of March. Get the latest update about recent State, County, and Local issues: — Legislative Day Recap – — Rent Registry — State and Local Updates — Inflation — And more… Presented by Greg Astorian, Glendale Association of REALTORS®, Government Affairs Director. Be Sure to See More from Greg AstorianVisit Our GAD Corner YouTube Channel ▶
Please join us for C.A.R.’s Virtual Legislative Day 2022! Laura Friedman 1:00 pm C.A.R. is hosting fully virtual Legislative Day on Wednesday, March 2nd and we encourage you to join other REALTORS® from the Glendale Association Of REALTORS® in participating. Here’s Your Chance! If you’ve ever been curious about Legislative Day but couldn’t commit to going to Sacramento to experience it live, this Virtual Day is a great opportunity for you to learn the ropes! Here are some of the highlights of the content for the day: Hear from Lieutenant Governor Eleni KounalakisGet a state legislative update from C.A.R.’s Sr. Vice President of Government Affairs, Sanjay WagleSit in on a fireside chat with new C.A.R. CEO John SebreeGet an economic update by C.A.R.’s Deputy Chief Economist, Oscar Wei (The State of California’s Housing Market)Panels and seminars with lots of great policy updates and political informationVirtual Meetings with individual state legislators...Continue reading
Get the latest update about recent State, County and Local issues: — California State AB Measures — L.A.County Rent Moratorium Vote — L.A. City and Glendale City Mandates — And more… Presented by Greg Astorian, Glendale Association of REALTORS®, Government Affairs Director. Be Sure to See More from Greg AstorianVisit Our GAD Corner YouTube Channel ▶
Glendale’s Largest Affordable Housing Slated for a large parcel just south of the SR-134 freeway. An agreement struck between Glendale officials and two non-profit developers is expected to result in the construction of the largest affordable housing complex in the city’s history. Read Article On a Related Article A study found that there are more than 4,322 residential conversions scheduled to start work in the City of Los Angeles during 2022, highlighted by the upcoming adaptive reuse of the historic Hollywood Western Building into 79 income-restricted apartments. That is a sharp uptick from 2020, when Los Angeles saw 1,073 new homes created through conversions – good for fifth in the nation at the time.
Glendale Councilmember Ardy Kassakhian addresses GAOR’s concern about the City of Glendale’s newly formed Tenant Landlord Ad Hoc Committee. Here it is in case you missed it. Visit Landlord / Tenant Ad-Hoc Committee Page Watch Town Hall Discussion
National Night Out is an annual event that promotes police-community partnership and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhood a safer and more caring place to live. National Night Out is about getting to know your neighbors and the officers that patrol your neighborhoods. By knowing who your neighbors are, you will recognize the suspicious person(s) and activity. Please help us share this event with our Glendale residents and community. The Glendale Police Department encourages all of our Glendale residents to participate in this neighborhood camaraderie, either by attending or hosting. This year’s National Night Out event is on August 3rd! Download Meeting Flyer Download Event Flyer Learn More About National Night Out Register To Participate
The Glendale City Council is considering the formation of a Rental Registry in our city. Please lend your voice to our cause and oppose the formation of a Rental Registry. This issue is important to Realtors® and their clients because this is just another attempt to chip away at private property rights and an overture to potential rent control. I Oppose A Rental Registry! Where Do I Sign?
In case you missed it, here is an important presentation that was given by our Government Affairs Director, Greg Astorian at our June 30 Town Hall. Learn the importance of California State Eviction Moratorium AB 832. State Rent Moratorium Extension and the COVID Rental Housing Recovery Act (AB 832) Quick SummaryExpanded State Rental Assistance Program for Landlords Quick Guide (PDF One-sheet Summary)Governor signs bill to pay housing providers COVID-19 back rent in full (C.A.R. Legal Q&A) Hear the implications of this from Greg Astorian. Also, be sure to save share this on your Facebook wall.
Workforce housing properties were acquired by the cities of Glendale and Pasadena from the issuance of more than $481.5 million in tax-exempt Essential Housing Revenue Bonds through the California Statewide Communities Development Authority’s (CSCDA) new Workforce Housing Program. The projects will be converted to rent-restricted units for low and middle-income tenants. Read Full Article…
There are new disclosure requirements for properties in the City’s high fire hazard area that take effect on July 1st, 2021. Sellers of property in the high fire hazard area must provide the following documentation to a buyer: 1. provide a disclosure notice to the buyer, if the home was constructed before January 1, 2010, that includes the following statement: “This home is located in a high or very high fire hazard severity zone and this home was built before the implementation of the Wildfire Urban Interface building codes which help to fire harden a home. To better protect your home from wildfire, you might need to consider improvements. Information on fire hardening, including current building standards and information on minimum annual vegetation management standards to protect homes from wildfires, can be obtained on the internet website http://www.readyforwildfire.org.” 2. provide to the buyer documentation stating that the property is in...
We thank the 52 members who showed up for GAOR’s first webinar. Your show of support for our distinguished panel who presented our concerns to Assm. Laura Friedman on Legislative Day was a BIG SUCCESS. Our GAOR representatives drove home two important issues, which C.A.R. supports, in regard to housing: Greg Astorian, GAOR Government Affairs Director Panel Facilitator Eddie Manisian SB6: State Senate Bill An act to amend Section 65913.4 of, and to add and repeal Section 65852.23 of, the Government Code, relating to land use. Senate Bill 6 enacts, until January 1, 2029, the “Neighborhood Homes Act,” which establishes a housing development project as an allowable use on a “neighborhood lot,” which is defined as a parcel within a commercial zone where office and retail uses are permitted, so long as the parcel is not adjacent to an industrial use. Here is the California Government Posting Antoinette Stahl ACA7:...
All are invited to the Glendale Police Department’s “Introduction to the Neighborhood Watch” meeting on Wednesday, May 12, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The meeting will be held virtually through WebEx. It is recommended to join 5-10 mins before the start of the meeting time to eliminate any last min technical issues. The Neighborhood Watch program is a crime prevention effort to help Glendale residents make their neighborhood safer by partnering with the Glendale Police Department. They will highlight some of these program benefits: Reduce the risk of becoming a victim of crime Help Glendale residents recognize and respond appropriately to suspicious activity Learn about crime trends in their neighborhood Reduce the fear of crime and make the neighborhood feel safer Address other areas of concern—fire prevention, teen safety, travel safety, more Meet the designated lead offer who serves their neighborhood area Ultimately, build an effective partnership with the...Continue reading
The Glendale Association of REALTORS® is pleased to host a series of panel discussions in 2021 to examine the housing sector as our nation and the world begin to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. The first panel takes place MAY 2021 and the second panel will be in late June 2021, with more information to come. As of early Spring 2021, the United States and the world are delivering COVID-19 vaccines to as much of the population in as short a time as possible. This forum will focus on housing: How has the housing sector responded during the lockdowns, and what can be expected after the lockdowns are lifted? Please join us for this important discussion on what to expect and watch for as the housing economy reacts to the world slowly emerging from the pandemic. Join us for the first in a series of Housing webinars. First up ‘Housing...
Last night, March 23, Glendale City Council adopted the Resolution of The Council of The City of Glendale, California, Extending an Emergency Public Order Relating to A Commercial Eviction Moratorium. Read Resolution
If you are a landlord who has one or more eligible renters, you can apply to get reimbursed for 80% of each eligible renter’s unpaid rent between April 1, 2020, and March 31, 2021. You are required to agree to waive the remaining 20% of unpaid rent for that specific time period. Learn about the requirements and what you need readily available before applying. Take the Landlord Eligibility Quiz About BCSH
In case you missed it, here is some pertinent information shared at our Town Hall meeting on March 3rd by Greg Astorian, GAOR’s Government Affairs Director. TOPIC: Housing and Eviction Moratorium Presentation: Important links worth noting. https://landlordtenant.dre.ca.gov/ https://www.glendaleca.gov/ https://www.car.org/riskmanagement/covidlegaldocs https://www.car.org/riskmanagement/live https://www.caprop19.org/ Prop 19 CAR Webinar The California COVID-19 Information App for Tenants & Landlords City of Glendale COVID-19 Dashboard If you have any other topics you would like to see covered at our meetings, please let us know.
New landlord incentive programs for Section 8 tenancies being offered by the Glendale Housing Authority, for units in Glendale. Due to the nationwide pandemic, the GHA was awarded supplemental administrative funding under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act White the GHA contemplated several options to utilize these funds, it decided to dedicate a large portion of the funding to benefit you, our valued Glendale rental property owners, as we recognize that the pandemic has had a huge impact on you as well. In an effort to retain and/or increase your participation in the Section 8 program, and offer more choices to our tenants, especially during the current pandemic, we are happy to introduce four new incentive programs to you: 1) $2,000 Bonus: Welcome To The Program, 2) $1,500 Bonus: Welcome Back To The Program, 3) $1,000 Bonus: Loyalty Program, and 4) Up to $500 Bonus: Inspection Hold...
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GAOR is proud to have Glendale’s Chief of Police at our October 14 Town Hall meeting. Chief Carl Povilaitis will address community safety, real estate safety, or any other topics or concerns you have and need addressing. Please do not miss this Town Hall meeting. Show up to show our Police Chief our support. Learn More About Our Glendale Police Department
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