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CONCORD — Lawmakers are contemplating whether to create new rights against rental and housing discrimination for New Hampshire pet owners. But landlords have raised objections. A bill by Rep. Ellen Read, D-Newmarket, would make it illegal for landlords or those selling or leasing homes to bar pet owners from renting or buying, with some exceptions….


The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released guidance today that clarifies how housing providers can comply with the Fair Housing Act when assessing a request from a person with a disability to have an assistance animal. The federal Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in housing against individuals who have disabilities that affect a major life…


OLYMPIA, Wash. — Local landlords are warning lawmakers about proposed legislation designed to protect renters from eviction. They say a Just Cause Eviction law could make homelessness worse. But renters say it would keep landlords from arbitrarily tossing them out of their homes. “With Just Cause I see it as being very, very harmful,” said Chris…


Property managers are at the center of the collision between rising rental demand, declining profitability, changing regulations, and the nationwide shortage of affordable places to live, according to the fifth annual survey of 1,738 property managers by Buidium and the National Association of Residential Property Managers. In addition to the property managers, the report also surveyed 1,118 renters,…


Oakland has moved to become the first city in the state to ban landlords from investigating the criminal history of renters applying for both public and private housing. The Fair Chance Housing Ordinance, which the City Council passed unanimously Tuesday evening, will prohibit landlords from rejecting a potential tenant because of a prior criminal conviction….


In Cincinnati, renters won’t necessarily need a cash security deposit anymore under a new law passed by Cincinnati City Council Wednesday. Proposed by Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld to help alleviate barriers to renting an apartment, the law says landlords must give renters options other than a traditional cash security deposit. It takes effect in 90 days. One…


America’s housing shortage is definitely no secret. But just how bad is it? According to a new analysis from Realtor.com, the market needs a whopping 3.8 million additional new homes to fully meet consumer demand. Since 2012, nearly 10 million new households were formed in the U.S. Only 5.92 million single-family homes were built in…


California enacted statewide rent control which went into effect on January 1, 2020. Many landlords are left confused as to what this means for their rentals and also whether the law applies to them. Earlier this week we spoke with two California attorneys who reviewed the most important things all California landlords need to know…


Nearly five years after a gas explosion in the East Village killed two people and injured 20, the landlord and two contractors have received prison sentences for their role in the incident. Maria Hrynenko, who owned the building at 119-121 Second Avenue, contractor Dilber Kukic, and plumber Athanasios Ioannidis were sentenced to four to 12…


The Montgomery County Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to pass what Council Member Gabe Albornoz called “groundbreaking” tenants’ rights legislation. The bill requires landlords to pay relocation expenses for tenants forced to leave units condemned by the county’s Department of Housing and Community Affairs (DHCA). Housing can be condemned for a variety of violations, from…

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