California’s Fair Employment and Housing Council (“FEHC”) has released new regulations that would greatly affect California employers. Parts of the FEHC’s new regulations differ from current Federal regulations (like the consideration of marijuana convictions). The following guidance has been released from Anthony J. Oncidi and Jeremy M. Mittman at Proskauer Rose LLP:
To celebrate the unveiling of our cloud-based property management software, CICTotal Manager™ is raffling away a $100 Visa gift card to one lucky winner. The giveaway ends on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2017, meaning there are just a few days left to enter!
A California bill that would prohibit landlords and property managers from inquiring into the immigration or citizenship status of a rental applicant or tenant was proposed early February. Introduced by David Chiu (D-San Franciso), Rob Bonta (D-Oakland), Gonzalez Fletcher (D-San Diego) and Ash Kalra (D-San Jose), with the principle co-author Senator Wiener, AB 291 would make the immigration or citizen status of any person irrelevant towards the issue of housing liability.
When you work with property management software every day, it can be easy to look past its short comings because you’re already comfortable using it. While deciding to invest in a new software solution is certainly not a small decision, it’s important to see what new software features are available. You never know, you might find an answer to your software woes.
CIC™ is excited to be exhibiting at the Nevada State Apartment Association’s (NVSAA) 2017 Market Trends Conference on March 17th, 2017 and encourages multifamily executives and property managers to be there! This year’s Market Trends theme is “Together Everyone Achieves More” (T.E.A.M.) and will be held at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada with two simultaneous events.
A California Assembly Bill was introduced two weeks ago that would repeal the Costa-Hawkins Act. The bill, AB 1506 (BLOOM), would devastate the rental industry by allowing local governments to control your rental rates. Although this bill is in the early stages, we encourage you to call your local Assemblymember and voice your opposition when it is presented on the assembly floor.