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Rental Restrictions

Rental Restrictions

Since the housing crisis of 2008, Wall Street real estate investment companies have purchased a huge inventory of homes, typically through foreclosure, that were left abandoned by homeowners unable to pay their mortgages. According to a CoreLogic Special Report...

Mid-Year Federal Policy Update

Mid-Year Federal Policy Update

CAI’s Federal Legislative Action Committee (LAC) is the advocate for CAI member interests in Congress and with the Trump administration. While a divided government has slowed progress on significant legislation, the Federal LAC has been very active on key issues for...

The Climate for Licensing Community Association Managers:  Sweeping Occupational Licensing Reform

The Climate for Licensing Community Association Managers: Sweeping Occupational Licensing Reform

The Trump administration has continued the efforts started by the Obama administration by urging states to take up occupational licensing reform. The 2019 legislative sessions saw momentum building in several states. Experts believe occupational licensing laws are inhibiting economic opportunity and hurting consumers. A recent analysis by the Institute for Justice suggests licensing costs the U.S. economy between 1.8 and 1.9 million jobs and between $183.9 and $197.3 billion each year in misallocated resources and lost output. Only seven states had licensing of the community association management profession on the 2019 legislative agenda.

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