Welcome! LACBOR is an advocacy organization for private property rights in Los Angeles County. We constantly monitor and lobby the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and other County, City, and State officials. We ensure that the voices of property owners and real estate professionals are properly and effectively represented for members and member associations in all proposed and pending legislation. Read more …
LACBOR’s 36th ANNUAL
LEGISLATIVE DAY/REALTOR® FAIR & LUNCHEON
FREE Breakfast — FREE Lunch — FREE Parking
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration
500 W. Temple Street – 8th Floor Patio
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Come Meet the County Supervisors
Issues to be addressed include:
Cleaning Assessor’s Data General Plans that WORK
Affordable Housing Programs Infrastructure & Stormwater
For additional membership info contact: Isaac Morris
• “LACBOR Bulletin — August 2014″
… LEGISLATIVE DAY SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 29
LACBOR’S 36th Annual Legislative Day is slated for Wednesday, October 29. Once again, it takes place at the 8th Floor Patio at the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration. The address is 500 W. Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA. 90012.
• “LACBOR Bulletin — March 2014″
… CONTINUING CONCERNS RE: PROP 13! In 2013, leaders of the pro-tax Sacramento supermajority advised legislators to be cautious and postpone efforts to dismantle Prop 13 until 2014. Still, the more radical tax-and-spenders introduced 11 aggressive attacks on taxpayer protections written into the constitution by Prop. 13.
• “LACBOR Bulletin — September 2013″
… ANOTHER ATTACK ON PROP 13! The State Assembly has passed a Constitutional attack on Prop 13 that would eliminate our two-thirds vote protection against billions in new Homeowner Bond Debt. The anti-Prop supermajority in the State Senate could soon – at any moment – consider and pass this bill.
• “Entrevista Jennifer Avellan LACBOR’s Lunch and Learn with L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa”
• “FHA and Higher Priced Mortgage Loans”
… With the implementation of Mortgagee Letter 2013-04 on June 3, 2013, the monthly mortgage insurance premium on FHA loans with loan-to-value ratios exceeding 90% will apply for the life of the loan, rather than terminating when the loan amortizes to a 78% LTV.
• Prevent “Clean Water, Clean Beaches” Storm Water Parcel Tax
… We need your help on Tuesday, March 12 to ensure this proposal does not move forward.
• LACBOR Community Blog