Tag Archives: Rental Market

Governor Newsom Puts Central Coast Cities on Notice Over Housing

Since becoming Governor of California, Gavin Newsom has been busy, and one of his recent efforts includes taking steps to stop the housing shortage in California. Specifically, Governor Newsom has targeted seven Central Coast cities who the state views as being “out of compliance” with housing requirements. What Comes Next? There’s no doubt that California […]

Could The Same Rent Trends That We Saw In 2018 Come Again?

There’s no doubt that the rental market had a big year in 2018 especially with the issue of rent control in California which was talked about for the entire year heading to the November vote. The big question is what were the trends that we saw in 2018 and could we see those same trends […]

Rental News – Some Woodland Park Residents Now Must Show ID to Pay Rent

Residents of Woodland Park apartments recently learned Alliance Residential, the property management company that manages the East Palo Alto building, is now requiring tenants to show their ID when they pay their rents. The new requirement was immediately met with protests by the building’s residents who protested outside the headquarters of Alliance Residential with the […]

Housing Data Confirms Contradictions-Favors Rentals

Housing Data Confirms Contradictions, Favors Rentals As property managers we want to keep up on the trends in our local economies. “The trend is our friend” is a mantra that enlivens our professional awareness. The final quarter of 2014 has uncovered some important national trends as well. Building permits, an important signal of future construction, […]