Thursday, December 10, 2015
Five years ago I heard about this thing called Airbnb. I was staying in San Diego for a few days by myself after a work conference and decided to try it out.
I arrived at my Airbnb, my host showed me inside…and then she stayed. And I realized I hadn’t quite read the listing correctly. I wasn’t renting out this apartment for three days, I was staying in this woman’s spare bedroom.
Friday, March 6, 2015
Apartment Industry Colleagues,
The New Year has already been full of high profile issues for the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). In February the Court heard arguments over the use of disparate impact theory in identifying violations of the Fair Housing Act. This month a case comes before the Court that will determine the fates of 9 million individuals currently receiving health care...
Thursday, February 5, 2015
We are one month into the new Congress and the gears of power are already turning furiously as the legislative process is well under way. Much to my own surprise the Congress got off to an early start and passed an extension of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) less than a week into the new session. The President signed it shortly thereafter, taking off of the table an important issue for...
Monday, February 2, 2015
This year will be my fifth NAA Capitol Conference. It’s a little hard to believe I’ve already been here five years –and amazing to me how much I’ve learned in that time. It’s also amazing to see how the Capitol Conference has evolved since I’ve been here.
“CapCon,” as we call it, has a lot to offer. It’s not just about the federal issues, even though Lobby Day is the star of the show. It’s not...