Too Much Regulation – Kills the Housing/Building Industry
I have to pass on this article I got from the San Francisco Business Times. There’s a big meeting in the City of Alameda tonight that is so contentious with the anticipation of a large gathering, they moved it to a High School Auditorium.
I’ve written about this issue before… not sure if I put here on this blog but for sure at our Property Management Facebook Page back in November 18th of last year. The link I posted was also a follow up to the earlier Alameda City Council meeting where the “3 options” referred to are going to be the subject of tonight’s big do. You can bet there will be lots of media there.
Here’s a “solution” that I wanted to share again with you from a Bay Area Attorney, Christopher Hanson, the Hanson Law Firm.
I think his ideas and solutions are much less onerous for Landlords and “spreads the pain around” in such a way that it doesn’t kill the incentive to build more units which is the reason Rents are going up, including in the Sacramento Region.
Come back here tomorrow and I’ll have the follow up. I’m curious to see how Alameda handles this issue.
If you are thinking of Buying or Selling and Investment Property in the Sacramento Region, please call me at 916-203-1260 or drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Mean Time…?
Make it a Great Day….!
Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE 916-203-1260 – email@example.com
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