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One of the U.S. military’s largest private-industry landlords falsified maintenance records, Reuters found, helping it secure incentive fees as families awaited repairs. The company’s actions, a former employee said, were akin to “bank robbery at a corporate level.” TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Oklahoma – When Paige and Nick Ippolito moved to a row house on…


With about half of American renters spending more than 30% of their incomes on housing, advocates in cities and states across the country are building efforts to revive rent control policies. In February, Oregon became the first state to impose a statewide rent control policy. And lawmakers in New York, Washington and California have proposed bills they…


Since 2011, the Republican-controlled state Legislature — led by lawmakers who own rental properties — has enacted sweeping changes in landlord-tenant law, with most of the changes favoring landlords. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, who decides what bills advance to the floor  for a vote, is a major landlord in Whitewater and supported each bill. He’s…


A new Colorado bill requires a tenant to promptly notify the tenant’s landlord via written or electronic notice when the tenant knows or reasonably suspects that the tenant’s dwelling unit contains bed bugs. A tenant who gives a landlord electronic notice of a condition shall send such notice only to the e-mail address, telephone number,…


Tenants across the state are being rejected by landlords because of public but often misleading eviction data, according to an advocacy group calling for new restrictions on the data. The Massachusetts Law Reform Institute argues that people applying for apartments may be passed over because their names appear in online eviction records, including in cases when they…


The U.S. Department of Justice has filed suit against the owner and manager of rental properties in the San Diego area who is alleged to have been sexually harassing female tenants and trading sex for rent discounts, according to a release. The Justice Department lawsuit alleges that Larry Nelson, owner and manager of residential housing in…


New York State Senate and Assembly leaders passed expansive changes to rent control laws that stunned the real estate industry. The state’s governor, Andrew Cuomo, signed the bill on Friday, a day before the existing, more moderate law expired. Legislators won’t have to worry about wrangling over tenant protections every few years, like the old law. The…


MEEKER, Colo. (CBS4) – Residents with disabilities using the Meeker Housing Authority won a discrimination lawsuit for $1 million. The suit was filed after their landlord told them their emotional support animals would not be allowed without paying an additional pet fee. “I read the pet policy, I saw some of the statements in it,…


One of the most challenging obstacles that the Affordable Housing Industry is facing today is the difficulty to attract, hire and retain talent into their businesses. With a low unemployment rate and such a specialized industry, as it deals with many federal and state regulations, the markets are very competitive for the talent available. RealPage…


As the saying goes, Rome wasn’t completed in a day—and neither was your renovation. We’re not going to sugarcoat it for you: Embarking on a renovation project or working on a home renovation checklist is a far cry from what you see on your favorite home renovation show. It requires a lot of time, effort, and money—that house…

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