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California voters soundly defeated Proposition 10 by a 20-point margin. The measure would have repealed the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, and,...

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For the first time ever the Chicagoland Apartment Association’s membership has exceeded 200,000 units. CAA reported membership recently to the...

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Move for Hunger
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CAA is excited to announce a partnership with Move for Hunger, a not for profit organization focused on mobilizing the relocation and apartment...

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Following is a summary of ordinances introduced at the June 26th Chicago City Council meeting that might be of interest to CAA members. Click on the...

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While I find myself largely in agreement with the June 26 Sun-Times editorial “Chicago has to push more affordable housing across the whole...

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General Assembly Session Summary This was a vastly different legislative session from previous sessions. First, Illinois has a budget that was...

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With Primary Over Focus Shifts to Legislation With the Primary over, attention has turned to passing laws. Seven weeks remain in this session which,...

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Rent control has gained much attention recently as low-income housing advocates promote this failed policy as a remedy to rising rents and tenant...

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Rent control not the answer I wholeheartedly agree with professor William Sander's op-ed on rent control ("A Chicago economist weighs in on rent...

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Each year the City of Chicago and State of Illinois are required to set the rate of interest that must be paid on security deposits for residential...

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With the Illinois Affordable Housing Tax Credit (or Donations Tax Credit) scheduled to expire at the end of the year, CAA urged the General Assembly...

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Mayor Emanuel's $8.22 billion 2017 budget proposal released this week at a special meeting of the city council contains no property tax increase or...

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