Weinstein's schemes to regulate rents in California need to come to an end - and it's time for multifamily professionals to step up and say "ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!" No more rent control schemes by slumlords should be tolerated. Continue Reading
Representing and Protecting Your Interests
Every day, elected officials at the local, county, state and federal levels of government make public policy decisions that impact rental-housing providers and the greater rental-housing industry. The Apartment Association of Orange County (AAOC) is here to serve as your voice on the government issues affecting the rental housing industry in Orange County and parts of Riverside County, as well as at the State Capitol, in Sacramento.
AAOC works closely with both elected officials and government staff to ensure our members rights and interests are represented and protected. Additionally, as members of the National Apartment Association (NAA) and the California Rental Housing Association (CalRHA), our members receive additional representation at the federal and state levels of government.
Visit this page to find out the latest information on the major public policy issues that AAOC is tackling on our members' behalf. If you have questions, contact AAOC Vice President of External Affairs Chip Ahlswede at (714) 245-9500 or email@example.com.
AAOC's Chip Ahlswede wrote an OpEd regarding the Costa Mesa Tenant Protections Ordinance - and how the city's process more accurately reflected the nature of true compromise Continue Reading
Santa Ana is raising their sanitation fee rates by over 100% next year, and increasing to over $13/ user / month by July of 2028 - Public Hearing on February 20, 2024 @ 5:30 PM at the Santa Ana City Council Chambers Continue Reading
Affordable housing hinges on keeping operational costs low - a major factor in operational costs are the property taxes. AAOC joins with the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association in trying to repeal the death tax - repeal prop 19. Continue Reading
AAOC makes significant steps towards unwinding invasive policies that were significantly damaging to both tenants and property owners alike. Continue Reading
The City of Costa Mesa will be considering a Just Cause Eviction Ordinance for rental properties at the Tuesday October 17, 2023 City Council Meeting and members are encourage to reach out and share your voice Continue Reading
The roll out of Santa Ana's Rent Registry has created a number of major issues for residents and property owners alike. Figuring out a solution for everyone will be essential. Continue Reading
SANTA ANA RENT CONTROL UPDATE There’s been a lot going on in Santa Ana as the city has moved forward with full implementation of its rent control law. Here’s a quick update for you. And, heads up, we need you to get involved! SANTA ANA RENT BOARD The city recently announced it is... Continue Reading
Oppose AB 12 - another attempt to limit your ability to work with applicants that have little or no credit. Continue Reading
Oppose SB 567 - another attempt to restrict your ability to keep your property up to date. Continue Reading
The California Legislature's 2023 ACA 10 seeks to establish housing as a human right - with very vague language that could be interpreted a number of different ways were it to pass - and with far reaching implications for private property owners. Continue Reading