Debating whether landlords and tenants share the cost of apartment retrofits
A new proposal at L.A. City Hall proposed retrofitting laws to upgrade buildings most vulnerable to earthquake damage. How do you think the cost should be handled among tenants and property owners?
A new proposal at L.A. City Hall says the cost of retrofitting buildings vulnerable to earthquakes should be a shared financial burden of tenants and property owners.
According to an L.A. Times article, Councilman Gil Cedello said the way costs ought to be shared required further review. Officials from the Los Angeles Housing Department recommend a cap for rent hikes at $38 a month for five or more years to cover the costs of retrofitting.
How do you think the cost should be handled among tenants and property owners?
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Larry Gross, executive director Coalition for Economic Survival, a tenant advocacy group
Jim Clarke, Executive Vice President of Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles