Landlords

City of Norfolk to hold first landlord summit in March (Norfolk Redevelopment & Housing Authority)

2.19.20

From The Virginian-Pilot:

Renters make up 45-50% of the people living in Norfolk, according to Michelle Johnson, city director of neighborhood development.

“I think it’s important for people to realize that it takes renters, homeowners and everyone in between to make up neighborhoods of choice,” she said.

HUD Hosts Webinar on Landlord Participation; Next Landlord Symposium to be Held March 26 in Denver

2.5.20

On January 29, HUD hosted a webinar that provided updates on its recent activities to gather information and provide recommendations on improving landlord participation. Due to technical difficulties, the webinar was not available live, but slides and a recording from the webinar are now available on HUD’s website.

California’s New Source of Income Discrimination Law is in Effect

1.8.20

As of January 1, 2020, California has a state-wide law prohibiting landlords from rejecting potential tenants solely on their use of a housing voucher. The law, known as Source of Income (SOI) protection, replaces SOI ordinances that were previously in place in several California cities, such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Santa Clara County to cover voucher holders across the state.

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