MBA State Policy Issues for Commercial/Multifamily

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MBA works to respond to state legislative and regulatory proposals that affect commercial and multifamily MBA members and to supports effort to remove barriers to real estate development. In addition, MBA tracks state policy developments and provides analysis of state legislative and regulatory developments to members.

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State CREF Legislative Activity

As MBA continues to track legislation for its members, the report below provides a focused list of legislation with movement in the last month. This is not an exhaustive list of legislation MBA is tracking, but a curated report to highlight movement on important CREF policies in the states. Please use the links provided in the report for the full legislative text and history of each legislation.

If any Commercial Real Estate Finance legislation activity is missing or if you see an issue MBA and it's State Partners should be aware of, please reach out to Liz Facemire ([email protected]). 

June 2024:

StateBill NumberCategoriesSummaryStatusProgress
AlabamaSB 9Foreclosure: Process/Administration; Mortgage Servicing/Loan Administration: Vacant/Abandoned PropertyS.B.9: Class 1 Municipalities, enforcement of state regulations and municipal code liens, judicial in rem foreclosure, court-ordered sale of property, recovery of unpaid liens and cost of enforcement, not applicable to owner-occupied real property.05/07/2024 - Signed by Governor; Act 246Enacted
CaliforniaAB 637Zoning LawsA.B.637: Zero-emission vehicles: fleet owners: rental vehicles.06/05/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: Senate Committee on Environmental Quality at 09:30 AM PDT; Location: 1021 O Street, Room 1200Passed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 2023Zoning LawsA.B.2023: Housing element: inventory of land: rebuttable presumptions.05/29/2024 - Referred to Committees on HOUSING and Committee on JudiciaryPassed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 2488Adaptive ReuseA.B.2488: Downtown revitalization and economic recovery financing districts: City and County of San Francisco.05/29/2024 - In committee: Set, first hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author.Passed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 2560Zoning LawsA.B.2560: Density Bonus Law: California Coastal Act of 1976.05/21/2024 - In Senate. Read first time. To Committee on Rules for assignment.Passed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 2909Adaptive ReuseA.B.2909: Historical property contracts: qualified historical property: adaptive reuse.05/29/2024 - Referred to Committees on Committee on Local Government and HOUSING.Passed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 2910Adaptive ReuseA.B.2910: State Housing Law: local regulations: conversion of commercial or industrial buildings.05/23/2024 - In Senate. Read first time. To Committee on Rules for assignment.Passed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 2926Zoning LawsA.B.2926: Planning and zoning: assisted housing developments: notice of expiration of affordability restrictions.05/23/2024 - In Senate. Read first time. To Committee on Rules for assignment.Passed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 3057Zoning LawsA.B.3057: California Environmental Quality Act: exemption: junior accessory dwelling units ordinances.06/05/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: Senate Committee on Environmental Quality at 09:30 AM PDT; Location: 1021 O Street, Room 1200Passed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 3068Adaptive ReuseA.B.3068: Adaptive reuse: streamlining: incentives.05/23/2024 - In Senate. Read first time. To Committee on Rules for assignment.Passed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 3093Zoning LawsA.B.3093: Land use: housing element: streamlined multifamily housing.05/29/2024 - Referred to HOUSING.Passed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 3116Zoning LawsA.B.3116: Housing development: density bonuses: student housing developments.05/29/2024 - Referred to Committees on HOUSING and Committee on Local GovernmentPassed first chamber
CaliforniaAB 3122Zoning LawsA.B.3122: Streamlined housing approvals: objective planning standards.06/04/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: Senate Committee on Housing at 08:30 AM PDT; Location: 1021 O Street, Room 1200Passed first chamber
CaliforniaSB 294Zoning LawsS.B.294: Health care coverage: independent medical review.06/04/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: Assembly Committee on Health at 1:30 PM PDT; Location: 1021 O Street, Room 1100Passed first chamber
CaliforniaSB 312Adaptive ReuseS.B.312: California Environmental Quality Act: university housing development projects: exemption.06/10/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: Assembly Committee on Natural Resources at 2:30 PM PDT; Location: State Capitol, Room 447Passed first chamber
CaliforniaSB 863Tenancy TerminationS.B.863: Measures proposed by the Legislature.06/12/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: Assembly Committee on Elections at 09:00 AM PDT; Location: State Capitol, Room 444Passed first chamber
CaliforniaSB 1050ESG - MortgageS.B.1050: California American Freedmen Affairs Agency: racially motivated eminent domain.05/22/2024 - In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk.Passed first chamber
ColoradoHB 1259Rent Control and StabilizationHB24-1259: Price Gouging in Rent Declared Disaster05/29/2024 - Signed by the Speaker of the House; Signed by the President of the Senate; Sent to the GovernorOn the governor's desk
ColoradoHB 1304Adaptive ReuseHB24-1304: Minimum Parking Requirements05/10/2024 - Signed by GovernorEnacted
ColoradoHB 1313Zoning LawsHB24-1313: Housing in Transit-Oriented Communities05/13/2024 - Governor SignedEnacted
ColoradoHB 1443Foreclosure: Process/AdministrationHB24-1443: Public Trustee Fees05/21/2024 - Signed by the Speaker of the House; Signed by the President of the Senate; Sent to the GovernorOn the governor's desk
ConnecticutHB 5390Zoning LawsTo (1) provide financial incentives for municipalities that adopt certain transit-oriented development policies and to coordinate related state funds through the Office of Responsible Growth, (2) establish the interagency council on housing development, (3) direct the State Responsible Growth Coordinator to establish a fund for the expansion of water and sewerage infrastructure, (4) to allow the coordinator to provide additional funding for certain infrastructure projects, and (5) to include transit-oriented districts in the definition of housing growth zones.05/03/2024 - House Adopted House Amendment Schedule A 5392; Amendment Withdrawn, House Amendment Schedule B 5481; House Passed as Amended by House Amendment Schedule A; Immediate Transmittal to the Senate; Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate; Senate Calendar Number 453Passed committee in second chamber
District of ColumbiaB25 809Zoning LawsUnlawful Restrictions in Land Records Emergency Act of 202405/29/2024 - Signed by the Mayor and Enacted with Act Number A25-0476, Expires on Aug 27, 2024; Returned from MayorEnacted
District of ColumbiaPR25 764Zoning LawsUnlawful Restrictions in Land Records Emergency Declaration Resolution of 202405/17/2024 - Resolution R25-0497, Effective from May 07, 2024 Published in DC Register Page 006132Enacted
District of ColumbiaB25 485Foreclosure: Process/Administration; Mortgage Servicing/Loan Administration: General Servicing/Loan AdminUniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act of 202306/17/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: Council Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety at 11:30 AM EDT; Location: Virtual Meeting Platform 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, DC, 20004Introduced or prefiled
FloridaSB 328Zoning LawsAffordable Housing; Prohibiting counties and municipalities, respectively, from restricting the floor area ratio of certain proposed developments under certain circumstances; authorizing counties and municipalities, respectively, to restrict the height of proposed developments under certain circumstances; requiring counties and municipalities, respectively, to maintain a certain policy on their websites; revising conditions for when multifamily projects are considered property used for a charitable purpose and are eligible to receive an ad valorem property tax exemption, etc. APPROPRIATION: $100,000,00005/16/2024 - Approved by Governor; Chapter No. 2024-188Enacted
GeorgiaHB 514Zoning LawsA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Chapter 66 of Title 36 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to zoning procedures, so as to provide for the length and renewal of moratoriums related to zoning decisions; to provide for legislative findings; to provide procedures for the levy, collection, use, and waiver of fees related to zoning decisions and related permits; to revise notice and hearing requirements for certain zoning decisions; to provide a short title; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 534Rent Control and StabilizationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Article 1 of Chapter 7 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to landlord and tenant generally, so as to repeal Code Section 44-7-19, relating to restrictions on rent regulation by local governments; to require landlords to provide at least 60 days' notice to terminate certain tenancies; to provide for a short title; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 627Rent Control and StabilizationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Article 1 of Chapter 7 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, regarding landlord and tenant in general, so as to repeal Code Section 44-7-19, relating to restrictions on rent regulation by local governments; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 719Rent Control and StabilizationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Article 1 of Chapter 7 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, regarding landlord and tenant in general, so as to repeal Code Section 44-7-19, relating to restrictions on rent regulation by local governments; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 852Rent Control and StabilizationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Chapter 7 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to landlord and tenant, so as to repeal the prohibition on local governments regulating the amount of rent to be charged for privately owned, single-family or multiple-unit residential rental property; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 938Rent Control and StabilizationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Chapter 7 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to landlord and tenant, so as to provide for rent increase limits for certain senior citizens; to provide for a short title; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 1156Rent Control and StabilizationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Article 1 of Chapter 7 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, regarding landlord and tenant in general, so as to repeal Code Section 44-7-19, relating to restrictions on rent regulation by local governments; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 1157Rent Control and StabilizationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Part 2 of Article 15 of Chapter 1 of Title 10 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, the "Fair Business Practices Act of 1975," so as provide that a violation of the statute limiting certain rent increases is an unlawful business practice; to amend Chapter 7 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to landlord and tenant, so as to provide for rent increase limits; to provide for definitions; to provide for exceptions; to provide for defense in eviction actions; to provide for related matters; to provide a short title; to provide for an effective date and applicability; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 1313Tenancy TerminationA BILL to be entitled an Act to authorize the assessment and collection of an eviction mediation program fee by the Magistrate Court of Clayton County; to identify the authorized uses of such fee; to provide for the termination of such fee and dedication of residual funds; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/06/2024 - House Date Signed by Governor; Act 650Enacted
GeorgiaHB 1353Rent Control and StabilizationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Chapter 7 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to landlord and tenant, so as to repeal the prohibition on local governments regulating the amount of rent to be charged for privately owned, single-family or multiple-unit residential rental property; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 1429Rent Control and StabilizationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Chapter 7 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to landlord and tenant, so as to provide for limitations on rent increases for seniors and veterans; to provide for definitions; to provide for defense in dispossessory actions; to provide for an automatic repeal; to provide for applicability; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaSB 125Rent Control and StabilizationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Article 1 of Chapter 7 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, regarding landlord and tenant in general, so as to repeal Code Section 44-7-19, relating to restrictions on rent regulation by local governments; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 292Foreclosure: Process/AdministrationA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Part 7 of Article 5 of Chapter 3 of Title 44 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to miscellaneous provisions regarding time-share projects and programs, so as to revise procedures regarding nonjudicial foreclosure of time-share estates; to provide for notice; to provide for interests of mortgagees; to provide for trustees; to provide for recording of time-share interests; to provide for sales of encumbered time-share estates and proceeds of same; to provide for transfer of title; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
GeorgiaHB 304Foreclosure: Tenant NoticeA BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Title 44 of the O.C.G.A., relating to property, so as to provide for the uniform regulation of landlord-tenant relationships under residential rental agreements; to provide for landlord and tenant rights and duties; to provide for lease terms and duties; to provide for remedies; to provide for tenancies; to provide requirements related to the death of a tenant; to prohibit retaliatory conduct; to provide for the disposition of personal property of a tenant; to provide for the effect of family violence, dating violence, stalking, or sexual assault; to provide for security deposit, fee, and unearned rent requirements; to provide for enforcement; to provide for applicability; to provide for definitions; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.05/07/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
HawaiiHB 2090Adaptive ReuseBeginning 1/1/2025, allows residential uses in areas zoned for commercial use to be considered permitted under certain circumstances. Requires, no later than 1/1/2025, each county to adopt or amend its ordinances to allow for adaptive reuse of existing commercial buildings in the county's building codes. Takes effect 7/1/2491. (SD1)05/29/2024 - Act 037, on 05/28/2024 (Gov. Msg. No. 1137).; Act 037, 05/28/2024 (Gov. Msg. No. 1137).Enacted
IllinoisSB 2651Adaptive ReuseAmends the Illinois County Historic Preservation Law of the Counties Code. Provides that a county board may maintain, restore, rehabilitate, beautify, or adaptively reuse places of architectural significance, historic significance, or scenic significance and to lease or license county-held property to public or private entities for not longer than 99 years for such purposes. Declares that these activities are a public use. Defines "adaptive reuse". Effective immediately.05/31/2024 - Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules CommitteePassed committee in second chamber
IllinoisSB 3576Adaptive ReuseAmends the Illinois Income Tax Act. Creates a credit in an amount equal to 20% of the qualified conversion expenditures incurred by a taxpayer for a qualified converted building. Effective immediately.05/15/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: Senate Committee on Revenue at 4:30 PM CDT; Location: 400 Capitol Springfield, ILIntroduced or prefiled
KansasHB 2404ESG - MortgageAN ACT concerning environmental, social and governance standards involving contracts, investments and business practices; relating to ideological boycotts or other discriminatory conduct; enacting the Kansas protection of pensions and businesses against ideological interference act; directing the board of trustees of the Kansas public employees retirement system to divest from investments with entities engaged in ideological boycotts; establishing conditions and procedures for divestment; requiring the state treasurer to publish a list of financial companies and financial institutions engaged in ideological boycotts; authorizing the state treasurer to disqualify listed financial institutions from receiving deposit of state moneys; prohibiting governmental contracts without written verification that a contractor is not engaged in ideological boycotts; directing fiduciaries of governmental plans that provide retirement benefits, defer employee income or invest taxpayer moneys to act only in the financial interest of such plans; requiring registered investment advisers to make certain disclosures to clients and obtain written consent of clients prior to investing client funds in investments engaged in ideological boycotts; providing for civil and criminal penalties; amending K.S.A. 75-4208 and K.S.A. 2022 Supp. 40-2404 and repealing the existing sections.04/30/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
KansasSB 224ESG - MortgageAN ACT concerning environmental, social and governance standards involving contracts, investments and business practices; relating to ideological boycotts or other discriminatory conduct; 04/30/2024 - Died pursuant to adjournmentDead
MaineLD 1074Adaptive ReuseAn Act To Authorize A General Fund Bond Issue To Fund New Affordable Housing For Low-Income Households05/10/2024 - Carry Over ApprovedIntroduced or prefiled
MaineLD 1540Tenancy TerminationAn Act To Create The Stable Home Fund Program" (Emergency)05/10/2024 - Carried Over, In The Same Posture, To Any Special Session Of The 131St Legislature, Pursuant To Joint Order Hp 1482.Passed committee in first chamber
MassachusettsHB 2039Zoning LawsH.2039: An Act Facilitating Local Approval Of Inclusionary Zoning05/16/2024 - Accompanied a study order, see H4573Introduced or prefiled
MassachusettsHB 3921ESG - MortgageH.3921: An Act To Cure Us Of The Liabilities That Ultimately Restricted Equity05/20/2024 - Senate concurredIntroduced or prefiled
MassachusettsHB 4065Zoning LawsH.4065: An Act To Improve And Modernize Planning And Community Development In The City Of Boston05/28/2024 - Accompanied a new draft, see H4676Passed committee in first chamber
MassachusettsSB 4Artificial Intelligence; Foreclosure: Notices, Prevention/Mediation, Process/AdministrationThe committee on Senate Ways and Means to whom was referred the House Bill making appropriations for the fiscal year 2025 for the maintenance of the departments, boards, commissions, institutions, and certain activities of the commonwealth, for interest, sinking fund, and serial bond requirements, and for certain permanent improvements (House, No. 4601); reports, recommending that the same ought to pass with an amendment striking out all after the
enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text of Senate document numbered 4.
05/23/2024 - Amendment #623 (Tarr) rejected; Amendment #642 (Tarr) rejected; Amendment #647 (Lovely) adopted; Amendment #759 (Gomez) adopted; Amendment #125 (Lewis) adopted -see Roll Call #177 (Yeas 30 to Nays 9); Amendment #842 (Rodrigues) adopted; Pending Senate Ways and Means amendment adopted, as amended; Substituted, as amended for H4601; See H4601Passed committee in first chamber
MassachusettsSB 2800Foreclosure: Notices, Process/AdministrationS.2800: Senate, May 23, 2024 - Text Of The Senate Amendment To The House Bill Making Appropriations For The Fiscal Year 2025 For The Maintenance Of The Departments, Boards, Commissions, Institutions And Certain Activities Of The Commonwealth, For Interest, Sinking Fund And Serial Bond Requirements And For Certain Permanent Improvements (House, No. 4601) (Being The Text Of Senate, No. 4, Printed As Amended).05/23/2024 - Text of S4, reprinted as amended; See H4601Passed committee in first chamber
MassachusettsSB 2802Foreclosure: Notices, Process/AdministrationS.2802: Excess Equity05/31/2024 - FiledIntroduced or prefiled
MichiganHB 5386Tenancy TerminationH.B.5386: Civil procedure: evictions; eviction after expiration of temporary possession under a sales agreement; provide for. Amends sec. 5714 of 1961 PA 236 (MCL 600.5714).05/22/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: Senate Committee on Housing and Human Services at 3:30 PM EDT; Location: Room 403, Capitol Building, 100 S. Capitol Avenue, Lansing, MI 48933Passed first chamber
MichiganHB 5753Tenancy TerminationH.B.5753: Housing: landlord and tenants; notice period to terminate a tenancy for nonpayment of rent; increase. Amends sec. 34 of 1846 RS 66 (MCL 554.134).05/30/2024 - Introduced By Representative Amos O'Neal; Read A First Time; Referred To Committee On Economic Development And Small BusinessIntroduced or prefiled
MichiganHB 5756Tenancy TerminationH.B.5756: Housing: landlord and tenants; termination of tenancy; establish grounds of good cause. Amends secs. 3238, 5714, 5735, 5744, 5775 & 5779 of 1961 PA 236 (MCL 600.3238 et seq.).05/30/2024 - Introduced By Representative Natalie Price; Read A First Time; Referred To Committee On Economic Development And Small BusinessIntroduced or prefiled
MichiganSB 766Foreclosure: Prevention/MediationS.B.0766: Appropriations: department of labor and economic opportunity; appropriations for fiscal year 2024-2025; provide for. Creates appropriation act.05/21/2024 - Read A Second Time; Substitute (H-1) Adopted; Placed On Third Reading; Placed On Immediate Passage; Read A Third Time; Passed; Given Immediate Effect Roll Call # 92 Yeas 56 Nays 51 Excused 0 Not Voting 3; Returned To SenatePassed both chambers
MinnesotaHF 4975Artificial Intelligence; ESG - MortgageAgriculture, commerce, and energy supplemental budget bill.05/07/2024 - Bills not identical, SF substituted on General Register; HF indefinitely postponed; See Senate file in House SF4942Passed committee in first chamber
MinnesotaHF 5242Adaptive Reuse; Foreclosure: Prevention/Mediation; Mortgage Servicing/Loan Administration: General Servicing/Loan AdminTransportation supplemental budget bill.05/19/2024 - Third reading as amended by Conference; Bill was repassed as amended by Conference; House adopted HCC report and repassed bill; Conference committee report, delete everything; Motion to adopt CC report; Point of order pertaining to Jt rule 2.06, put to the body; Point of order not well taken; Motion to reject CC report; Laid on tablePassed both chambers
MinnesotaSF 4942Artificial Intelligence; ESG - Mortgage; Property Assessed Clean Energy; Security Breach and Personal Information PrivacyOmnibus Agriculture, Commerce, Energy, Utilities, Environment and Climate supplemental appropriations05/24/2024 - Governor's action Approval; Session Law Chapter: 126Enacted
MinnesotaSF 5516Zoning LawsMinimum parking mandates prohibiting and counties and municipalities homeowners association creation requirements for building permits prohibition05/07/2024 - Introduction and first reading; Referred to State and Local Government and VeteransIntroduced or prefiled
MinnesotaSF 5533ESG - MortgageEnergy performance standards requirements for certain buildings provisions and appropriation05/17/2024 - Introduction and first reading; Referred to Energy, Utilities, Environment, and ClimateIntroduced or prefiled
MinnesotaSF 3492Foreclosure: Tenant NoticeResidential housing tenant and landlord provisions modifications05/24/2024 - Governor's action Approval; Secretary of State Chapter 118Enacted
MissouriHB 2039Rent Control and StabilizationH.B. 2039: Modifies provisions for senior housing subsidies05/17/2024 - Referred: General Laws(H)Introduced or prefiled
MissouriSB 895Tenancy TerminationS.B. 895: Modifies provisions relating to landlord-tenant actions, including eviction proceeding moratoriums and filings for transfers of real property with outstanding collectible judgments05/30/2024 - Reported Duly Enrolled Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions & Ethics Committee; Signed by Senate President Pro Tem; Signed by House Speaker; Delivered to GovernorOn the governor's desk
MissouriHB 2062Foreclosure: Notices, Process/Administration; Mortgage Servicing/Loan Administration: Lien PriorityH.B. 2062: Establishes provisions relating to the use of real property05/30/2024 - Constitutional Objection Filed (S); Signed by House Speaker (H); Signed by President Pro Tem (S); Delivered to GovernorPassed both chambers
MissouriSB 750Foreclosure: Notices, Process/Administration; Mortgage Loan Origination; Mortgage Servicing/Loan Administration: General Servicing/Loan AdminS.B. 750: Modifies provisions relating to the collection of delinquent property taxes05/17/2024 - Informal Calendar S Bills for PerfectionPassed committee in first chamber
NebraskaLB 1412Adaptive ReuseLB 1412, introduced by the Speaker at the request of the Governor, is part of the Governor's 2024 mid-biennium budget adjustment recommendations for the 2023-2025 Biennium.  The bill makes adjustments to appropriations and reappropriations for the state operations, aid, and construction programs, provides for transfers, and modifies intent language and earmarks accompanying appropriations for the current fiscal year ending June 30, 2024 and the next fiscal year ending June 30, 2025. The bill contains the emergency clause.04/25/2024 - Provisions/portions of LB1125 amended into LB1412 by AM2566; Provisions/portions of LB1209 amended into LB1412 by AM2566; Provisions/portions of LB1210 amended into LB1412 by AM2566; Provisions/portions of LB1242 amended into LB1412 by AM2566; Provisions/portions of LB1264 amended into LB1412 by AM2566; Provisions/portions of LB1275 amended into LB1412 by AM2566; Provisions/portions of LB1289 amended into LB1412 by AM2566; Provisions/portions of LB1378 amended into LB1412 by AM2566; Provisions/portions of LB1380 amended into LB1412 by AM2566; Enacted
New HampshireHB 1400Adaptive ReuseThis bill: I. Provides that zoning and planning regulations shall not require more than 2 residential parking space per unit. II. Defines the terms "tenant," "subtenant," "implied tenant," and "non-rental owner," and specifies the rights and obligations of each party in cases of evictions of unauthorized occupants. III. Provides remedies for violations of landlord-tenant law and unauthorized occupancy evictions. IV. Establishes a tax relief program for office conversion to residences; enables municipalities to allow its governing body to adopt certain zoning ordinance changes; and adds additional authority in zoning powers for parking requirements and lot size requirements related to sewer infrastructure.06/05/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: House Committee Of Conference On Hb1400 Lob Room 305 at 2:30 PM EDT; Location: LOBPassed both chambers
New JerseySB 3163ESG - MortgageEstablishes Department of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as principal department in Executive Branch and specifies functions, powers, and duties of department.05/09/2024 - Introduced in the Senate, Referred to Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation CommitteeIntroduced or prefiled
New YorkAB 245Rent Control and StabilizationA.245A: Prohibits landlords from including incorrect information re rent decontrol in certain leases and renewals pertaining to units in the Affordable New York Housing Program05/28/2024 - Reported Referred To Ways And MeansIntroduced or prefiled
New YorkAB 10210Rent Control and StabilizationA.10210: Extends certain provisions relating to establishing initial rents in respect of certain loans to owners of existing multiple dwellings05/28/2024 - Substituted For S9413; 3Rd Reading Cal.1244; Passed Senate; Returned To AssemblyPassed both chambers
New YorkAB 10213Rent Control and StabilizationA.10213: Extends provisions relating to the department of housing preservation and development in the city of New York05/28/2024 - Passed Assembly; Delivered To Senate; Referred To Housing, Construction And Community Development; Substituted For S9414; 3Rd Reading Cal.1245; Passed Senate; Returned To AssemblyPassed both chambers
New YorkAB 10214Rent Control and StabilizationA.10214: Extends provisions relating to buildings that are part of urban development action area projects and are rehabilitated with municipal loans05/30/2024 - Substituted For S9453; 3Rd Reading Cal.1341; Passed Senate; Returned To AssemblyPassed both chambers
New YorkSB 221Rent Control and StabilizationS.221A: Establishes the "tenant opportunity to purchase act"05/20/2024 - Reported And Committed To JudiciaryPassed committee in first chamber
New YorkSB 897ESG - MortgageS.897B: Establishes the climate corporate data accountability act05/17/2024 - Amend And Recommit To Finance; Print Number 897CPassed committee in first chamber
New YorkSB 1610Rent Control and StabilizationS.1610A: Prohibits landlords from including incorrect information re rent decontrol in certain leases and renewals pertaining to units in the Affordable New York Housing Program05/29/2024 - Repassed Senate; Returned To Assembly; Referred To Ways And MeansPassed first chamber
New YorkSB 1685Rent Control and StabilizationS.1685A: Establishes the small rental housing development initiative to provide funding to eligible applicants to construct small rental housing developments in eligible areas05/16/2024 - Advanced To Third ReadingPassed committee in first chamber
New YorkSB 1944Rent Control and StabilizationS.1944A: Requires property owners to dedicate certain residential units to rent regulated status following demolition and new construction or substantial renovation05/07/2024 - Reported And Committed To FinancePassed committee in first chamber
New YorkSB 2263Tenancy TerminationS.2263: Prohibits the eviction of tenants for using medical marihuana for a certified medical use05/06/2024 - Passed Senate; Delivered To Assembly; Referred To HousingPassed first chamber
New YorkSB 9413Rent Control and StabilizationS.9413: Extends the authority of the local housing agency in New York city to restructure rents in certain residential buildings05/28/2024 - Substituted By A10210Passed committee in first chamber
New YorkSB 9414Rent Control and StabilizationS.9414: Extend the effectiveness of chapter 84 of the laws of 1993 relating to establishment of initial rents in certain housing accommodations05/28/2024 - Substituted By A10213Passed committee in first chamber
New YorkSB 9434Rent Control and StabilizationS.9434: Prohibits the use of an algorithmic device by a landlord for the purpose of determining the amount of rent to charge a residential tenant05/15/2024 - Referred To JudiciaryIntroduced or prefiled
New YorkSB 9453Rent Control and StabilizationS.9453: Extends provisions of law related to buildings that are part of urban development action area projects and are rehabilitated with municipal loans05/30/2024 - Substituted By A10214APassed committee in first chamber
New YorkSB 9457Rent Control and StabilizationS.9457: Makes the senior citizen rent increase exemption (SCRIE) and disability rent increase exemption (DRIE) permanent05/15/2024 - Referred To AgingIntroduced or prefiled
New YorkSB 9609Rent Control and StabilizationS.9609: Prohibits the use of algorithmic systems to artificially inflate the price or reduce the supply of leased or rented residential dwelling units05/16/2024 - Referred To JudiciaryIntroduced or prefiled
New YorkAB 7496Foreclosure: Process/AdministrationA.7496A: Authorizes cities and towns, except New York city, to establish community housing funds05/14/2024 - Reported Referred To Ways And MeansPassed committee in first chamber
New YorkSB 6487Foreclosure: Process/AdministrationS.6487: Decreases the time a vacant property may sit in foreclosure in Erie County05/06/2024 - Recommit, Enacting Clause StrickenIntroduced or prefiled
New YorkSB 7589Foreclosure: Process/AdministrationS.7589A: Authorizes cities and towns, except New York city, to establish community housing funds05/16/2024 - Amend (T) And Recommit To Local Government; Print Number 7589AIntroduced or prefiled
New YorkSB 9447Foreclosure: Process/AdministrationS.9447: Relates to the sale of a mortgaged premises after a judgment of sale has been entered05/15/2024 - Referred To Housing, Construction And Community DevelopmentIntroduced or prefiled
New YorkSB 9766Foreclosure: Process/AdministrationS.9766: Relates to community preservation funds for the town of Orangetown05/29/2024 - Referred To Local GovernmentIntroduced or prefiled
OklahomaSB 1705Foreclosure: Process/Administration; Foreign Buyer RestrictionsS.B.1705: Alien ownership of land; defining terms; adding entities prohibited from certain ownership; modifying requirements for execution of certain affidavit. Effective date.05/30/2024 - Coauthored by Representative(s) Steagall; Remove as coauthor Senator(s) Jett; Fourth Reading, Measure passed: Ayes: 73 Nays: 10; To Senate; Referred for enrollment; Enrolled, to House; Signed, returned to Senate; Sent to Governor; Approved by Governor 05/31/2024;  Enacted
PennsylvaniaHB 1976Zoning LawsAn Act amending the act of July 31, 1968 (P.L.805, No.247), known as the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, in zoning, further providing for ordinance provisions.05/22/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: House Committee on Local Government at 10:00 AM EDT; Location: Room 205 Ryan OfficeLIVE STREAMEDPassed committee in first chamber
PennsylvaniaHB 2045Zoning LawsAn Act amending the act of July 31, 1968 (P.L.805, No.247), known as the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, in zoning, further providing for ordinance provisions.05/22/2024 - Hearing Scheduled: House Committee on Local Government at 10:00 AM EDT; Location: Room 205 Ryan OfficeLIVE STREAMEDIntroduced or prefiled
Rhode IslandHB 7324Zoning LawsThis act would remove basement area from the calculation of floor area ratios in relation to the provisions that a zoning ordinance may address. This act would take effect upon passage.05/29/2024 - Referred to Senate Housing and Municipal GovernmentPassed first chamber
Rhode IslandHB 7951Zoning LawsThis act would provide amendments relative to the compliance and implementation of the comprehensive planning and use act including the conditions upon which limitations may be placed on land use applications by municipalities. This act would take effect upon passage.05/13/2024 - Referred to Senate Housing and Municipal GovernmentPassed first chamber
Rhode IslandHB 7981Zoning LawsThis act would amend the provisions relative to permitted uses within residential, industrial and commercial zoning use districts. This act would take effect on October 1, 2024.05/29/2024 - Referred to Senate Housing and Municipal GovernmentPassed committee in first chamber
Rhode IslandSB 2407Tenancy TerminationThis act would permit those other residents of a residential dwelling unit to extend the term of the rental agreement for a period of three (3) months after the death of the lessee. This act would take effect upon passage.05/30/2024 - Committee recommends passage; Placed on Senate Calendar (06/04/2024)Passed committee in first chamber
Rhode IslandSB 2408Adaptive Reuse; Zoning LawsThis act would amend several sections of chapter 24 of title 45, entitled "zoning ordinances," also known as the "Rhode Island zoning enabling act of 1991," with the intent of preserving neighborhood character and promoting smart growth. This act would take effect upon passage.05/16/2024 - Committee recommended measure be held for further studyIntroduced or prefiled
Rhode IslandSB 2630Zoning LawsThis act would amend several sections of law relating to zoning ordinances to provide uniform zoning standards for accessory dwelling units. This act would take effect upon passage.05/16/2024 - Committee recommended measure be held for further studyIntroduced or prefiled
Rhode IslandSB 2998Zoning LawsThis act would amend several sections of law relating to zoning ordinances to provide uniform zoning standards for accessory dwelling units. This act would take effect upon passage.05/16/2024 - Committee recommended measure be held for further studyIntroduced or prefiled
VermontHB 687Rent Control and StabilizationAn act relating to community resilience and biodiversity protection through land use05/10/2024 - House message: House concurred in Senate proposal of amendment with proposal of amendment; Rules suspended & taken up for immediate consideration; House proposal of amendment to Senate proposal of amendment; House proposal of amendment concurred in with further proposal of amendment; Rules suspended & messaged to House forthwith; Senate Message: House proposal of amendment to Senate proposal of amendment concurred in with further proposal of amendment thereto; Rules suspended and taken up for immediate consideration; Senate proposal of amendment to House proposal of amendment to Senate proposal of amendment concurred inPassed both chambers

 

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