Issues & Legislation

From The City of Cleveland: Three-Day Rental Inspection Process Begins at Park Place Apartments

The City of Cleveland began a three-day Rental Inspection Unit process at Park Place Apartments at 1435 East Blvd.

This inspection is being conducted by the Department of Building and Housing and the Cleveland Department of Public Health. All rental inspections aim to ensure that units are dry, clean, safe, well-ventilated, pest-free, contaminant-free, maintained and thermally controlled. If violations are found during the inspection, inspectors will issue violations to the landlord.

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ACAR Invites REALTORS® to Weigh-In on Akron’s Neighborhood Business Districts

The City of Akron is conducting a consumer survey to gauge baseline consumer knowledge and interest in the ten neighborhood business districts included in the Great Streets Akron initiative. REALTORS have valuable insight on the neighborhoods in which we live and work and are uniquely qualified to provide a deeper understanding of consumer sentiment toward each district.

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Advocating For You: May 2018

ACAR members and staff continued efforts to promote #HomeForAll throughout northeast Ohio.  Covering topics from vacant building registrations to Fair Housing and tax reform, we are reminded how the government is involved in every part

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News Release from Summit County: Fiscal Officer Kristen M. Scalise Announces Unanimous Passage Of Legislation To Protect Property Owners

Akron, Ohio, May 18, 2018 –  Summit County Fiscal Officer Kristen M. Scalise CPA, CFE has announced that legislation to help protect Ohio’s seniors and other unsuspecting populations against deceptive marketing practices has unanimously passed

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Advocating for You: April 2018

ACAR members and staff continued efforts to promote #HomeForAll throughout northeast Ohio. Covering topics from home inspector licensing to Fair Housing and tax reform, we are reminded how the government is involved in every part of

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