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Jan. 20

Obstacles and Opportunities for Rental Housing Registries


Part of the Housing, Equity and Community Series

Rental housing registries require landlords to register and report basic information about their units, assisting with building inspections and enforcement of tenant protections. Roughly a dozen California cities already have rental housing registries, including Los Angeles, and the state legislature has considered establishing a statewide registry each of the past two years.

Assemblymember Buffy Wicks, author of the recent bills to expand registries statewide, and Catherine Bracy, executive director of TechEquity Collaborative, will discuss the role of rental housing registries, obstacles to their adoption and their potential to improve our understanding of the housing market and better protect California’s renter households.

For more information on rental registries, read this latest piece by the Lewis Center's Shane Phillips on why they're needed now more than ever. 
Wednesday, Jan. 20
12 p.m. PST
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