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.
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...
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