Tag Archives: rent control

The Real Story Behind The Casa Grande Apartments Rent Hike

Last night’s Anaheim City Council illustrates there are no simple, easy answers to the issue of housing affordability in general and rising rents in particular, that the reality is often more complex than conventional greedy-landlord-versus-poor-tenants narrative, and simplistic solutions like rent control are inadequate and actually counterproductive. A group of tenants from a small apartment building spoke during public comments. ...

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City Council To Hear Report On Rent Affordability and Rent Control

On today’s City Council agenda is an item requested last year by Councilman Jose F. Moreno, when the District 3 councilman dragooned city staff into compiling a study of “rent affordability” in Anaheim, as well as rent control/rent stabilization policies being used by some cities. According to the staff report, Orange County is one of  the state’s least affordable counties ...

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Rent Control Measure Coming To Anaheim?

At the December 6 city council meeting, District 3 Councilman Jose F. Moreno tasked city staff with a research project: survey rents in Anaheim and schedule a council workshop on the results of that study, along with what other cities have done in terms of rent “stabilization” – which is a euphemism for rent control. What this looks like is Moreno ...

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Aitken, Moreno Support Prop. 10, Allowing Cities To Impose Rent Control

District 3 Councilman Jose F. Moreno and Anaheim mayoral candidate Ashleigh Aitken are both supporting of Proposition 10, which would repeal the Costa-Hawkins Act – a 1995 state law that prohibits local governments from imposing rent control on newly constructed buildings, single-family homes and condominium units. It also allowed owners of already subject to rent control laws to increase the rent ...

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