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IREM ORANGE COUNTY COUNCIL
ELIZABETH GROSSMAN, CPM
Stephanie Meier, CPM
Michael Brown, CPM, ARM
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FROM: IREM Legislative White Paper. Current Laws Prohibiting Discrimination Against Transgender People Over the past year, the transgender rights movement has found momentum. California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, and the District of Columbia all have such laws. Their protections[…]
Did you ever wonder what IREM’s position is on specific bills? Numerous Statements of Policy have been created to provide details on how the real estate management industry stands on legislative issues. These policy statements are updated as necessary based on feedback during IREM business meetings. Use these statements for guidance and direction on real[…]
Thousands of existing office, multifamily, and retail properties in the U.S. are working toward sustainability goals but cannot get LEED certification. It’s just too far out of reach and does not make financial sense. Now those properties can access a meaningful recognition program that is cost-effective and does not require hiring a consultant. As a[…]
CBPA: EARLY POSITIONS ON PROPOSITIONS At its November meeting, CBPA Board of Directors took early positons on two propositions that will appear on the Nov. 8, 2016, statewide ballot. Measures have not been assigned ballot designations yet by the Secretary of State: Firstly, the board voted to “support” the K-12/Community College Facilities School bond. This[…]